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‘Octomom’ files for bankruptcy; Lionel Richie is out at ‘Duets’

"Octomom" Nadya Suleman. (Damian Dovarganes/AP)

Her three-year-old octuplets are the longest surviving in the world. (Associated Press)

Lionel Richie has dropped out of ABC’s very necessary singing competition “Duets.” Piano man John Legend will take his place in the hopes of being matched with a great unknown duet partner. (E!)

The Matthew McConaughey-Woody Harrelson cop series “True Detective” has been purchased by HBO. (Vulture)

Girls” and “Veep” have both earned second seasons on the cable network. (TV Column)

Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias will tour together this summer, meaning for the price of one ticket you can hear both “Waiting for Tonight” and “Hero.” Hand over your money now. (AP)

Ginnifer Goodwin dresses for less, after the jump.

Did you see the gorgeous dress Ginnifer Goodwin wore to the White House corespondents’ dinner this weekend? Would it surprise if I said it cost less than $300 at H&M and is eco friendly? Would you roll your eyes and tell me to move on? (People)

Is Jessica Simpson still pregnant? Yes, Jessica Simpson is still pregnant. (Us Weekly)

Benedict Cumberbatch’s villainous role in the next “Star Trek” film has reportedly been confirmed. To find out this spoiler, click the link. (Colldier)


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