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Posted at 09:17 AM ET, 02/21/2012

Rihanna and Chris Brown really did collaborate; Bethenny Frankel reveals miscarriage

Rihanna. (Samir Hussein - GETTY IMAGES)
Rihanna and Chris Brown have both released remixes of their songs, “Birthday Cake” and “Turn Up the Music” respectively, confirming that they did in fact collaborate. While this partnership may seem insane to some — Brown was convicted of assaulting Rihanna in 2009, leading many to object to his recent Grammy performances — neither seems to care what the public thinks. She tweeted, “They can say whatever, Ima do whatever... No pain is forever <-----YUP! YOU KNOW THIS,” as well as, “Music heals the world...we need more!!!!” He tweeted, “Let them be mad!!!! We make music. Don't like it, don't listen!” Listen to the collaborations you were excited for/dreading/don’t care about at the link. (EW)

Meanwhile, Miranda Lambert and Brown are engaged in a feud. (NYDN)

Bravo reality star Bethenney Frankel revealed on the “Today” show Monday that she suffered a miscarriage sometime after the birth of her first child, Bryn. (EW)

Stephen Colbert returned to his Comedy Central show Monday, where he addressed his abrupt absence and made a touching reference to his reportedly ailing 91-year-old mother Lorna: “Evidently, having 11 children makes you tough as nails. Confidential to a lovely lady.” (TV Column)

Jessica Biel reportedly wears jewelry of significance, after the jump.

Jessica Biel reportedly wore her engagement ring to the “SNL” after party this weekend. (Her rumored fiance Justin Timberlake made a surprise guest appearance during Maya Rudolph’s hosting gig.) As they say on the Interwebs, pictures or it didn’t happen. (NYDN)

Jonathan Ames, author and creator of “Bored to Death” (RIP), handed out a prize at Writers Guild Awards while he was delightfully drunk and maybe an tiny bit bitter about his show’s cancelation. (Vulture)

Did you catch Conan O’Brien’s very small cameo on “HIMYM”? (AceShowbiz)

The absolute best tribute to Whitney Houston has to be this 90-year-old grandmother getting down to “I Want to Dance With Somebody.” (Buzzfeed)

In case you missed it, here’s “SNL’s” pitch-perfect “Cosby Show”/Obama family sketch.

By  |  09:17 AM ET, 02/21/2012

Categories:  Music | Tags:  Rihanna, Chris Brown, Stephen Colbert

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