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Rebel Wilson on Thursday won a defamation trial in the Australian Supreme Court against magazine publisher Bauer Media, publisher of Australian magazines Woman’s Day, Australian Women’s Weekly, NW and OK. In various articles in 2015, Bauer said Wilson lied about her age and about being named Rebel at birth, among other claims. The jury found that Bauer failed to prove that the articles were substantially true. Justice John Dixon will decide later how much money to award the actress, 37. “The reason I’m here is not for damages, it’s to clear my name,” Wilson said.

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Always check IMDb before the speech

While accepting an award Wednesday from Women in Film, Elizabeth Banks dissed Steven Spielberg. “He’s never made a movie with a female lead,” she said. ”Sorry, Steven. I don’t mean to call your ass out but it’s true.” According to The Wrap, an audience member pointed out that Spielberg directed 1985’s “The Color Purple,” at which point Banks changed the subject. Banks apologized Thursday on Twitter. —AP

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Person who writes songs stumbles over metaphor

In an interview with The New York Times, Katy Perry responded to criticism about her new look and political leanings. “I know that sometimes it feels publicly like I’m dragging cement blocks, but like, the pyramids were made out of cement blocks — or not cement. But do you know what I’m trying to say? I’m gonna get there,” she said

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44-year-old woman finally gets day job

Gwyneth Paltrow said on the “Today” show Thursday that she is slowing down her acting career to focus on her dream to “produce content and make great products and curate things” for her lifestyle brand Goop. “This really requires almost all of my time,” she said. “I’m in the office all day every day.”

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DeMario: ‘BIP’ news is character assassination

“Bachelor in Paradise” contestant DeMario Jackson spoke out this week regarding the allegations of misconduct involving him that halted production on the show. “It’s unfortunate that my character and family name has been assassinated this past week with false claims and malicious allegations,” he said in a statement. “I will be taking swift and appropriate legal action until my name is cleared.”

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“I’m super easy to hate. But it’s fine. It’s hard to be liked and successful.”

—Ansel Elgort, admitting to Billboard magazine that some people might consider him a “Hollywood d—–bag”