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Tequila and Cigars: Clooney's Stag Party in Venice

George Clooney said goodbye to bachelorhood in Venice on Friday with a stag party at his favorite restaurant with a host of Hollywood chums.

The actor had swept into the floating city on Friday with his British fiancee Amal Alamuddin on a watertaxi dubbed "Amore", zipping up the Grand Canal to cheers from fans at the start of nuptials set to draw out over the weekend.

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Jean Paul Gaultier, Wacky Designer Who 'Wrote the Rules'

Exuberant enfant terrible of fashion. Flamboyant showman. Madonna's pointy bra designer. Cult TV star and incorrigible Franglais speaker.

Everyone has their own take on designer Jean Paul Gaultier, who bows out of ready-to-wear fashion in Paris later Saturday in what promises to be one of the shows of the decade.

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Chelsea Clinton Gives Birth to Daughter

Chelsea Clinton announced Saturday the birth of her first-born child, daughter Charlotte, in comments promptly retweeted by her parents and fellow White House occupants.

"Marc and I are full of love, awe and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our daughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky," Chelsea Clinton wrote on Facebook.

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Kardashian Scare, Hepburn Offspring Hits Paris

It's Kim Kardashian causing mayhem at Paris Fashion Week again.

This time, the reality star was the innocent victim of a kerfuffle outside the Balmain show Thursday, in which she was nearly knocked to the floor. The video of the event, claimed by celebrity prankster Vitalii Sediuk, went viral.

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The Who Hoping to 'Be Lucky' with New Track

The Who will release its first new song in eight years as the British rockers mark their 50th anniversary with a tour.

The band that wrote iconic songs "I Can't Explain" and "My Generation" and the concept album "Tommy" will include the new track on a greatest hits collection due out on November 3.

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Party Fever in Venice as Stars Descend for Clooney Wedding

The party of the year is happening here: the fresco-adorned Aman hotel on Venice's Grand Canal is feverishly preparing for George Clooney's wedding to Amal Alamuddin, his Lebanon-born British fiancee.

Hollywood stars and the world's paparazzi have already begun arriving for the nuptials of the world's most sought-after catch, who will, sources said, celebrate with 136 guests at the exclusive seven-star hotel in the 450-year-old Palazzo Papadopoli.

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Victoria Beckham Gets Serious as U.N. AIDS Envoy

Designer and singer Victoria Beckham on Thursday took on a new role as a U.N. ambassador on AIDS, saying she was transformed by a visit to South Africa.

The former Spice Girl made the announcement at the briefing room of the United Nations headquarters, in a rare moment of celebrity glitz during an annual week dominated by back-to-back statements by world leaders and U.N. bureaucrats.

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Movie Review: Life Itself (2014)

Written by Anthony Sargon

Roger Ebert was and always will be the world’s foremost film critic. He’s an inspiration to millions of young aspiring critics and reviewers, and that includes myself. Not that I’ll ever come close to garnering even a fraction of his credibility or talent, but still, you know what I mean. Life Itself is a beautiful and brutally honest look into Roger Ebert’s life that chronicles his rise to stardom, tense relationship with Gene Siskel, as well as his unfortunate and deadly run with cancer. Ebert remained an inspiration throughout his struggles, and never stopped reviewing movies, even after having lost his ability to speak. Directed by Steve James, Life Itself is a must-watch for any fan of Roger Ebert, or for that matter, cinema.

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Cat Stevens Cancels New York Show, Blames Scalpers

Cat Stevens is canceling his New York performance just weeks after announcing a six-city tour.

Stevens said on his Facebook page Wednesday that he would not keep the New York engagement because its requirement for paper tickets has led to exorbitant resale prices.

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Anti-Paparazzi Charges Revived over Bieber Chase

An appellate court has ordered the reinstatement of anti-paparazzi charges against a photographer accused of engaging in a high speed chase of Justin Bieber in 2012.

A three-judge Los Angeles Superior Court panel ordered Friday that two counts of a law aimed at curbing aggressive driving by the paparazzi be reinstated against celebrity photographer Paul Raef.

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