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E! Says 'Fashion Police' Will Continue

The E! TV channel says that "Fashion Police" will continue without Joan Rivers.

In a statement Friday, the channel said it "thought long and hard" about what Rivers would have wanted for the show.

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Keyshia Cole Arrested on Suspicion of Battery

Police say Grammy-nominated R&B singer Keyshia Cole has been arrested on suspicion of battery after an altercation early Friday morning in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles police officer Nuria Vanegas says Cole was arrested around 5 a.m. after someone initiated a private person's arrest. The 32-year-old was booked on suspicion of battery and released from custody Friday afternoon.

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Lenny Kravitz Back with New Album at 50

At 50, Lenny Kravitz is an American in Paris. Now, after turns designing shoes and acting in "The Hunger Games", he's returned to music with a new album he says just poured out of him during shooting of the box office smash.

Best known for the 1991 single "It Ain't Over 'til It's Over", Kravitz says inspiration struck on set as he played Cinna, the stylist to Jennifer Lawrence's heroine.

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Sophia Loren, almost 80, Opens Life Exhibit in Mexico

Italian film legend Sophia Loren inaugurated Thursday an exhibition in Mexico showing off personal treasures including glamorous dresses, silk purses and her Oscar, to mark her upcoming 80th birthday.

The trove, which includes jewelry, high-heel shoes and portraits of the diva, is being displayed at the Soumaya Museum of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim in Mexico City.

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Alec Baldwin Passionate about Green Energy

Alec Baldwin says he is passionate about green energy and is hoping next week's U.N. climate summit brings home to Americans that the United States has fallen behind other countries in promoting wind and solar power.

The Emmy award-winning actor who has appeared on film, stage and television spoke at a reception Thursday night to celebrate the launch of a book entitled "Addressing Climate Change" featuring the work of award-winning English photographer Henry Dallal, who has often photographed Queen Elizabeth II. Its contributors include U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and U.N. climate chief Christiana Figueres, who attended the launch.

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Max Mara Keeps 70s Vibe Rocking in Milan

Max Mara kept the 1970s vibe grooving in Milan on Thursday with a collection inspired by the unconventional looks and style of two of the decade's most influential actresses.

British creative director Ian Griffiths took his cue from images of Anjelica Huston in Max Mara's own 1971 campaign and the French actress Dominique Sanda in Oscar-winning "The Garden of the Finzi-Continis" (1970) to forge a collection rich in micro-floral and geometric prints.

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Kate Cancels Malta Trip Due to Morning Sickness

Prince William will replace his wife Kate on this weekend's official visit to Malta because the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge is still suffering from acute morning sickness.

Palace officials said Thursday the decision to cancel what would have been Kate's first official solo voyage overseas was made in consultation with her doctors.

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Copycat Designers Poised to Pounce on Paris Fashion

See it on the catwalks next week. See it in the shops in a month's time. When the ready-to-wear shows start in Paris on Tuesday, teams of designers for high street stores will be poised to spring into action.

Thanks to their efforts, strikingly similar mass market versions of the latest designer outfits will be in the shops within weeks -- and at a fraction of the price.

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Neeson Returns to Dark Side with New Cop Thriller

Liam Neeson returns to the darker side in his latest film, playing a former cop haunted by his past as he becomes caught up in a murky drug underworld.

"A Walk Among the Tombstones," by director Scott Frank, is based on the eponymous novel by Lawrence Block from 1992, a police story full of black humor and violence.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Named U.N. Messenger of Peace

Leonardo DiCaprio's movie roles have made him an international star, but his long and little-known commitment to preserving the global environment has led to his new role — as a U.N. Messenger of Peace.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced on Tuesday that the 39-year-old American actor will join 11 other prominent world figures who advocate on behalf of the U.N. as Messengers of Peace including Stevie Wonder, Michael Douglas, George Clooney, Brazilian author Paulo Coelho, primatologist Jane Goodall and conductor Daniel Barenboim.

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