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Following video invitations last week from U.S. Marines to Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake to join them at this year's Marine Ball, Golden Girl Betty White has received a similar ask from Marine Sgt. Ray Lewis.
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Rare pink diamond is expected to go for as much as $12 million at Christie's in New York.
Sidney Lumet, who directed such film classics as Dog Day Afternoon and Network has died at the age of 86.
Betty White advises movie stars to be grateful for their great careers: "I cannot stand the people who get wonderful starts in showbusiness, and who abuse it. Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen, for example, although there are plenty of others, too. They are the most blessed people in the world and they don’t appreciate it."
Real Housewives Of New Jersey‘s Dina Manzo gets her own reality show.
Egyptian protests in Tahrir Square begin anew.
Donald Trump will pick a fight with just about anyone so long as it gets him the attention he deserves.
Charlie Sheen gets booed off stage again.
Scientists create a very cool-looking map of Earth's gravity field.
Time magazine on what it takes to be a gay icon.
Nashville grants gays more rights: By a vote of 21-15 the Nashville City Council passed an “anti-discrimination” ordinance on April 5 making it illegal for companies that do business with the city to discriminate in their hiring policies based sexual orientation or gender identity.
Snooki and The Situation will each rake in $100K for each episode of Jersey Shore.
Dave Franco joins the cast of the upcoming 21 Jump Street movie.
iPad problems: "Apple has confirmed that a "small number" of Verizon iPad 2 users are having connectivity problems."
Betty White is afraid she herself is being overexposed: "You've had an overdose of me. I think I'm going to go away for a while."
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens may have reconciled.
Mad Men will return for a fifth season.
Some FBI agents are hanging on to the idea that J. Edgar Hoover was not gay but just "married to the FBI."
Why do drugs when you could just listen to good music?
And singer Omarion is not bisexual.
Ad for MSNBC's "Lean Forward" campaign features male couple being married.
Haiti, then and now.
Thousands of birds have once again fallen to the ground, this time in Italy: "The doves just started falling one-by-one then in groups of 10s and 20s."
JFK ambulance up for sale.
Keynote speaker at a gay youth and suicide conference: “And so now we can actually show that we’ve linked family acceptance and rejection to more than 100 types of common behaviors like trying to change your child’s sexual orientation or gender identity, trying to prevent them from trying to learn about who they are.”
No surprise here: Due to global warming, "New Zealand could lose 72 percent (between 65 and 79 percent) of its glaciers, and Europe's Alps 75 percent, meaning a range of between 60 and 90 percent."
Lady Gaga's upcoming single "Born This Way" to be featured on Glee: "Co-creator Ryan Murphy told Entertainment Weekly that the song will be featured in an episode set to air in either March or April. The storyline will focus on gay bully Karofsky, played by Max Adler, who is in the closet."
Jersey Shore's season premiere becomes the highest-rated show ever on MTV.
The Beckhams announce they are expecting baby number four.
Betty White in the new issue of Parade:
"I don’t care who anybody sleeps with. If a couple has been together all that time—and there are gay relationships that are more solid than some heterosexual ones—I think it’s fine if they want to get married. I don’t know how people can get so anti-something. Mind your own business, take care of your affairs, and don’t worry about other people so much."