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Erika Jayne told her "RHOBH" costars that she assumed Tom Girardi was cheating on her the night of his serious car accident.
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Sushi master Endo Kazutoshi looks at nine sushi scenes from popular TV shows and movies and rates them based on realism.
The fight from Brangelina's 2005 movie "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" was a reference point for the Loki and Sylvie fight in episode six of the Disney+ show.
I went inside their $9,600-a-night suite and toured their hotel, which includes a gym, a boutique, a pool, a beach-front restaurant, and killer views.
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Jay-Z's Roc Nation and Modern Luxury Media have partnered to launch a multimedia platform and brand called EDITION by Modern Luxury.
Eric Clapton made the announcement via the Telegram, saying he didn't want to perform in front of a "discriminated audience."
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