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Charles Manson Dies at 83

Charles Manson Dies at 83
Charles Manson, the notorious leader of the Manson Family cult that murdered actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969, died Sunday in a Bakersfield, Calif., hospital. He was 83.

The California Department of Corrections released a statement reading, “Inmate Charles Manson, 83, died of natural causes at 8:13 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, 2017, at a Kern County hospital.”

Manson returned to the hospital in mid-November after being hospitalized in January. He was transferred out of Corcoran State Prison, where he had been serving nine life sentences. He had been denied parole 12 times.

The shocking murders brought the carefree hippie era of the late 1960s to a dark end, with Manson and his followers becoming infamous cultural figures. Though he didn’t commit the Tate and Labianca murders himself, the Corrections Department said “On December 13, 1971, Manson received a first-degree murder conviction from Los Angeles County for the July 25, 1969, death of Gary Hinman and another first-degree murder conviction for the August
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Pink and Kelly Clarkson Open the 2017 AMAs with an Epic Duet on R.E.M.’s ‘Everybody Hurts’

Pink and Kelly Clarkson Open the 2017 AMAs with an Epic Duet on R.E.M.’s ‘Everybody Hurts’
Kelly Clarkson and Pink‘s opening performance at the AMAs made it hard to catch our breath.

The global superstars took the stage for their very first collaboration to open the 2017 American Music Awards on Sunday night.

After a heartfelt introduction from Jamie Foxx, during which he paid tribute to first responders from the numerous tragedies and natural disasters that occurred throughout the year, the opening guitar figure of R.E.M.’s cathartic classic “Everybody Hurts” was heard.
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Harrison Ford Helps Woman Who Crashed Car Off Highway

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Harrison Ford Helps Woman Who Crashed Car Off Highway
Harrison Ford is the real-life Han Solo/Indiana Jones/every action hero he's ever played on camera ... 'cause he just helped a woman who ran her car off a highway. Ford was on the scene of a crash late Sunday morning in Santa Paula, where a woman who was driving east on California State Route 126 accidentally drove her car off the road.  Eyewitnesses tell TMZ Ford was driving behind her when she lost control and
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Mel Tillis, Country Music Hall of Famer, Dies at 85

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Mel Tillis, Country Music Hall of Famer, Dies at 85
Mel Tillis, Country Music Hall of Famer known for his stammer when he spoke that disappeared when he sang, died Sunday morning of suspected respiratory failure. He was 85. Tillis’ publicist, Don Murry Grubbs, told Tennessean that the “Coca Cola Cowboy” singer never fully recovered from diverticulitis surgery in January 2016 and spent a month in the intensive care unit battling sepsis. “Mel Tillis was a guy who had it all: He could write, he could sing and he could entertain an audience,” said Grand Ole Opry announcer Eddie Stubbs. “There’s a big difference between a concert and a show. Mel Tillis always.
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Russell Simmons and Brett Ratner Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Russell Simmons and Brett Ratner Accused of Sexual Misconduct
Russell Simmons and Brett Ratner have been accused of teaming up to allegedly sexually harass and assault women, according to a new report in the Los Angeles Times.

The Times -- which, on Nov. 1, first reported that six women, including Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, claim that Ratner sexually harassed and assaulted them -- reported on new claims against Ratner and revealed that longtime friend Russell Simmons allegedly engaged in inappropriate behavior with the director and producer.

One woman, Keri Claussen Khalighi, claims that when she was a 17-year-old fashion model she met...
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Eminem Performs Throwback Hits Like ‘Stan’ for Three-Song Medley on SNL

Eminem Performs Throwback Hits Like ‘Stan’ for Three-Song Medley on SNL
He might have a new album about to drop, but Eminem is sticking to the fan favorites.

The 45-year-old rapper changed the format during his Saturday Night Live performance this weekend — rather than treating viewers to two separate songs, as is the norm for the show’s musical guests, he appeared only once and played a nearly nine-minute medley of three songs.

Backed by a string section and band, he started with new single “Walk on Water.” The Grammy-winner was accompanied by the song’s writer, Skylar Grey, who played piano and performed the vocals provided by Beyoncé on the official recording.
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Olivia Munn Says Hollywood Is Not Changing In Light Of Sexual Harassment Scandals: ‘They Aren’t Woke; They’re Scared’

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Olivia Munn Says Hollywood Is Not Changing In Light Of Sexual Harassment Scandals: ‘They Aren’t Woke; They’re Scared’
Olivia Munn is not convinced Hollywood companies will take real action against sexual abusers in the industry. As far as the actress is concerned, studio executives are only worried about their business. “If you ask me, now, do I feel good? Do I feel like I have justice? No,” she said in an interview with […]
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Amy Schumer Watches Her Dad Stand Up From Wheelchair Two Decades After Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Amy Schumer Watches Her Dad Stand Up From Wheelchair Two Decades After Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis
Amy Schumer is a proud daughter.

The 36-year-old comedian shared an emotional Instagram video earlier this week of her father, Gordon, standing up from his wheelchair almost two decades since he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

"My dad stood today with the help of a device. But he stood," Schumer wrote. "Thank you to his nurse Sam. Dr Kanter and Dr Sadiq everyone at Tish for their Ms stem cell work. Also Pure Prairie League for their song 'Aime' his favorite song. We had a good day."
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James Corden Joins The Backstreet Boys During Las Vegas Show

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James Corden Joins The Backstreet Boys During Las Vegas Show
James Corden is officially a Backstreet Boy. “The Late Late Show” host joined the boy band on stage during their Friday night “Larger Than Life” show at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada — and busted out his best dance moves. “Thanks for making tonight Larger Than Life @j_corden! #Jamesstreet #BSBVegas,” the group wrote on Instagram alongside a video […]
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Catherine Zeta-Jones Shares a Tribute to ‘Best Friend’ Michael Douglas On 17th Anniversary

Catherine Zeta-Jones Shares a Tribute to ‘Best Friend’ Michael Douglas On 17th Anniversary
Seventeen years later, and every day is still a party for Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas.

The Feud actress, 48, took to Instagram on Saturday to post a throwback photo from her wedding to the 73-year-old actor in honor of the couple’s anniversary.

The duo were all smiles walking down the aisle after saying “I do” at New York’s Plaza Hotel back in 2000.

“17 years ago today, I said ‘I do’ to my best friend and father of our two and a half month old son,” she captioned the image. “Thought it could never get better than that day, but it did.
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Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett Rushes to Emergency Room, Cancels Las Vegas Shows

Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett Rushes to Emergency Room, Cancels Las Vegas Shows
Get better soon, Kendra! On Saturday, Kendra Wilkinson took to Twitter to tell fans that she was cancelling the late performance of Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Guy tonight because she was "super sick." Soon after the post, the mother of two alerted fans that she was headed to the emergency room and cancelling both performances of her Las Vegas show, which is at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. On Saturday, Kendra tweeted, "Super sick. Going to have to cancel the late show tonight. My heart couldn't cancel both. Sorry late show." Almost two hours later, things seemed to go from bad to worse. The reality star shared that she was cancelling both shows and now...
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Alessandra Ambrosio Reveals That the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Will Be Her Last (Exclusive)

Alessandra Ambrosio Reveals That the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Will Be Her Last (Exclusive)
An Angel is flying away from the catwalk! Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio exclusively revealed to Et’s Kevin Fraser that this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai, China, will be her last.

Ambrosio, 36, broke the news to Et just hours before hitting the Vs runway for the last time on Sunday. She has been participating in shows for the last 17 years and is ready to focus her energy on being a mom to her two kids, Anja, 9, and Noah, 5.

Alessandra Ambrosio at the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

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The Brazilian native is also looking forward to spending more time on her acting career. She’s currently starring in Daddy’s Home 2.

More: Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and More Victoria's Secret Models Take Over Asia -- See the Pics!

For more from Et's exclusive interview with this year's Victoria's Secret Angels, tune into Entertainment Tonight on Monday. Check here for local
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O.J. Simpson Gets Juice

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Getting trumped by Trump is nothing compared to the guy in Nevada who can now say he's juiced up the Juice -- and lived to tell the tale. O.J. Simpson hit up a Nektar Juice Bar bright and early Friday in Summerlin, near where he's been holed up since getting out of prison last month. We're told Simpson ordered a Berry Banana Burst. It's technically a smoothie made with strawberries, bananas, blueberries, cashew milk and a little agave nectar.
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Salt-n-Pepa Score Christmas Roles with Taraji P. Henson

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Salt-n-Pepa are shaking things up for the holidays and their careers by landing a sweet acting gig opposite Taraji P. Henson. The ladies are playing Sugar N Spice in a skit for Taraji's "White Hot Holidays" TV special. The script has them sharing the camera with Taraji, as Mrs. Claus -- and Method Man as the tooth fairy! Fergie, Ying Yang Twins, Ciara and Faith Evans are also on the special, but only to rap and sing.
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Dave Bautista Says He Might Leave USA if Donald Trump Gets Re-Elected

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[[tmz:video id="0_a5z7voo9"]] Dave Bautista says Donald Trump is such an awful president (and human being) ... he might just bounce on the Us of A if Potus gets re-elected. "If he lasts his full term, I may grab my wife and my dogs and pack up and move to Europe," Bautista told TMZ Sports in Santa Monica ... and he wasn't joking.  Bautista says his old WWE buddy, The Rock, would make a waaay better candidate ... 'cause A) he's
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Bts Dish on Their History-Making American Music Awards Performance: 'It Was a Dream!' (Exclusive)

Bts Dish on Their History-Making American Music Awards Performance: 'It Was a Dream!' (Exclusive)
Bts hit the stage at the 2017 American Music Awards on Sunday, and brought the house down harder than any other artist at the star-studded event.

The members of the megahit Korean boy band -- Rm, Jin, Suga, Jungkook, V, J-Hope and Jimin -- stopped backstage after their show-stealing performance, and opened up to Et's Keltie Knight about what it was like to sing their hit "DNA" at the AMAs.

"It was wonderful!" Rm marveled. "It was a dream."

Before the band came out, they were introduced by The Chainsmokers' Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, who admitted that they were "nervous" to even announce the group's presence. And before they even said the band's name, fans were already freaking out -- big time.

Watch: Bts' Best Moments at the 2017 American Music Awards

"It was like there was millions of people standing and fans were screaming in front of us," Rm recalled of their high-energy number. "We cannot forget
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Charles Manson Dead at 83

Charles Manson Dead at 83
Charles Manson, who led deranged followers known as the Manson Family into a series of horrific crimes that haunted Americans for over a generation, died Sunday at a California hospital, after being imprisoned for more than 45 years. He was 83 years old.

Manson was hospitalized Tuesday for an undisclosed ailment. He was serving nine life sentences, most recently incarcerated at Corcoran State Prison, near Bakersfield.

Debra Tate, the sister of the Manson Family's most high-profile victim, actress Sharon Tate, confirmed to CBS Los Angeles that she had received a call from California State Prison, Corcoran, at about 8:30 p.m. local time, informing her that Manson had died. The California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation later confirmed the news to Et.

The prosecutor in the Manson trial, Vincent Bugliosi, told CBS News in 2004 that people still asked him about the case 40 years later. "The Manson murder case, unlike any other mass murder case in history, continues to fascinate
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Charles Manson Is Dead at 83 - Here Are 9 Chilling Facts About the Infamous Cult Leader

Charles Manson Is Dead at 83 - Here Are 9 Chilling Facts About the Infamous Cult Leader
Charles Manson died at the age of 83 on Sunday. According to authorities, the murderous cult leader passed away at a hospital in Kern County, CA. He was one of the most infamous figures in criminal history, ordering one of the most horrifying murders in Hollywood: that of actress Sharon Tate. He was the leader of one of the world's most infamous cults. And he was recently factored into American Horror Story: Cult. With Charles Manson's recent resurgence as a person of interest in the public eye, it's entirely possible that a lot of people in the present day don't know his story. After all, he committed his most prolific crimes in the late 1960s. Here's a primer on who he is, what he did, and where he was before his death. He had a tumultuous early family life. Charles Manson was born on Nov. 12, 1934, in Cincinnati, Oh. His mother,
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