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Shakira is pregnant, Kelsey Grammer runs out on Piers Morgan, Monica Lewinsky is offered $12 million to write a tell all book, 30 Seconds from Mars wins people's choice award at Toronto International Film Festival, Melissa McCarthy may join the Hangover 3 crew, all in today's celebrity gossip.
The Southwest Flight Attendant Is Here!
Her video is a YouTube sensation. The hilarious flight attendant was in our studio to meet Ellen, and to get one heck of a surprise.
Shakira Performance Upsets 'Voice' Fans
Tuesday night on “The Voice,” Team Usher’s TJ Wilkins and Team Shakira’s Dani Moz were cut from the competition, but the biggest elimination of the night was that of Shakira’s live vocals during a performance of her hit song “Empire.” The Twitterverse took exception to Shakira’s obvious lip-syncing, especially on a competition show called “The Voice.” The fans’ disappointment didn’t end there; many were also upset with Shakira’s seductive and skimpy outfit. Fans said her racy lingerie was wildly inappropria
Can You Survive in a Plane's Wheel Well?
Go inside the dangerous compartment where a plane's wheels are stored during flight.
'How to Train Your Dragon 2' -- First Five Minutes
Get a sneak peek at the beginning of 'How to Train Your Dragon 2.'
Raw: Obama Arrives in Japan for State Visit
President Obama arrived in Tokyo Wednesday night for a four-country visit to the Asia-Pacific region. Obama's travels through Asia aim to reassure partners about the renewed U.S. commitment to the region. (April 23)
Brian Williams raps 'Gin and Juice'
Brian Williams Raps 'Gin and Juice'
5 Big Celeb Feuds of 2013
We look back at 2013's biggest celebrity spats! Miley, Sinead, Kanye, Gaga, Perez and more!
Ellen Pompeo Plays Doctor with Ellen
After ten years of playing a doctor, our host thought Ellen Pompeo was ready for a challenging round of "Heads Up!" that was all anatomy! See how Ms. Pompeo did.
Risk of asteroid hitting Earth higher than thought, study shows
A group of space explorers say the chance of a city-obliterating asteroid striking Earth is higher than scientists previously believed. Deborah Gembara reports.