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Posted at 09:07 AM ET, 09/02/2011

T.I. in federal custody; Kim Kardashian is ready for kids

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T.I., getting off his luxury bus in Atlanta. (AP)
T.I. is in federal custody just two days after being released from prison. The rapper was released from an Arkansas jail, where he was serving time for a parole violation, and sent to a halfway house in Atlanta. But apparently his decision to travel to said halfway house in a luxury bus prompted the FBI to move him to another facility. “There appears to be confusion surrounding the method of transportation,” T.I.’s lawyer, Steve Sadow, said. (AP via New York Daily News)

Kim Kardashian has been married for just shy of two weeks and already she’s talking about how much she wants to start a family. She also tells People that she’d love it if her sisters Khloe and Kourtney managed to get pregnant at the same time she does. Sounds like ideal fodder for a reality show. (People)

Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed have set a wedding date. A couple for 28 years with two children, the Kiss co-founder and former Playboy Playmate got engaged on the July season finale of their reality show “Gene Simmons Family Jewels.” Their wedding will take place on Oct. 1, three days before the seventh season premiere of “Family Jewels.” (E! Online)

Sneeze fetishists (hey, their existence is news to this blog, too) are currently debating the potential sexiness of “Contagion.” “The whole epidemic/pandemic element takes absolutely all of the appeal out [of] sneezes and illness for me,” writes one. Steven Soderbergh must be crushed. (Gawker)

More headlines, including a look at Chris Brown’s “Top Gun” Lamborghini, after the jump.

Chris Brown has a custom-made Lamborghini modeled after the F-86 Sabre fighter jet. Just so you know. (Daily Mail)

Justin Long will play a recurring role on Zooey Deschanel’s upcoming Fox sitcom “New Girl.” (The Hollywood Reporter)

James Gandolfini will executive produce and star in a new HBO drama, “Big Dead Place,” about working in Antarctica. (Vulture)

The premiere of “ Walking Dead’s ” second season will be 90 minutes long; the season also will be divided in two. Seven episodes will air on consecutive Sundays from Oct. 16 to Nov. 27, with the final six beginning to air on Feb. 12. (

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