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Throwback Thursday: The Beatles' Big Audition
On June 6, 1962 The Beatles had their very first audition at Abbey Road Studios and the rest is history.
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Which Sister Khloe Kardashian Wants To Switch Places With
Khloe Kardashian tells us which family member she would most want to switch places with, and teaches us how to make her signature drink, The Dash.
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Natalie Portman Talks Asgardian Wardrobe
We talked to Natalie Portman at Disney's D23 Convention about her latest film, "Thor: The Dark World" and Natalie explained her intricate Asgardian wardrobe in this installment.
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Katy Perry Dishes On Her Lookalike Sister
Katy Perry talks about her lookalike older sister and her new 3D movie Katy Perry: Part of Me.
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Daniel Powter's Bad Days Are Behind Him
Daniel Powter's smash hit "Bad Day" topped the charts in 2006, garnering him the title of top one hit wonder of the 2000s. We catch up with the singer today, and hear about the inspiration behind his new comeback album.
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How Bruce Springsteen Saved Artie Lange's Life
Comedian Artie Lange's latest book "Crash and Burn" chronicles the dark period in his life following a suicide attempt. After years of drug rehab and relapses, an unexpected phone call from Bruce Springsteen turned things around for the comedian. Lange is now drug free and shares the amazing story of how Springsteen saved his life.
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William Shatner's Post-"Star Trek" Homeless Stint
We talked to William Shatner in studio and he explained how after "Star Trek" wrapped he was forced to live out of his truck for a time. He also tells us all about his new album and venture into music.
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The Most Famous Movie Line That Almost Wasn't
It's Throwback Thursday! Today in pop culture history, the famous scene in "Gone With the Wind" where Rhett tells Scarlett, "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn" was filmed back in 1939. But the line almost was changed for the censors, find out what it might have been on today's show!
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Why Roger Rabbit Stuttered
We caught up with Charles Fleischer, the actor whose voice brought Roger Rabbit to life in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Charles tells us how he developed Roger's iconic voice and shares stories from filming the flick.
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John Leguizamo Doesn't Understand Jim Carrey’s Objection to 'Kick-Ass2'
Jim Carrey’s 'Kick-Ass 2' co-star John Leguizamo responds to the controversy surrounding Carrey's protest of the film. Carrey recently took to Twitter to object to the film's violence, saying, "[In] all good conscience I cannot support that level of violence."