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Miley Breaks Down While Singing a Song for Her Late Pets

Miley Cyrus kicked off the new season of SNL by playing both host and musical guest! She performed 2 songs from her bizarre new album “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz.” For her first performance, she was joined by members of The Flaming Lips as they sang a song called “Karen Don’t be Sad.” Things got emotional during her second performance, a song called “The Twinkle Song” dedicated to her pets that have passed. She sang solo as she played the piano and tears ran down her face. Watch the performance below: Get more here.

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Demi Lovato Loves Her Body Enough to Show a Ton of Skin in “Vanity Fair”

Demi Lovato loves herself enough to pose nude for “Vanity Fair”. She had three rules for the shoot: No makeup, no retouching and no clothing. And she shows a lot of skin, including her bare backside. She says, quote, “I would have never thought that I would have ever gotten to a place in my life where I would have felt comfortable doing that. I basically went from hating every single inch of my body to working on myself and trying to figure out ways to love myself, love the skin that I’m in.” Here are the pics, and here’s a video interview.  WARNING!!!  Both contain nudity!

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“Lethal Weapon” is Coming to TV, Along With a new “MacGyver” Series

A “Lethal Weapon” TV series is in the works at Fox. Same plot as the movies: Loose cannon Martin Riggs gets teamed up with the older, more by-the-book Roger Murtaugh on the LAPD. Riggs and Murtaugh were played by Med Gibson and Danny Glover in the four movies, which ran from 1987 to 1998. Meanwhile, CBS is rebooting “MacGyver”, this time with a younger Angus MacGyver. He’ll be in his 20s, and the series will show how he learned to do things like make a full-sized, fully-functioning helicopter out of 7 inches of dental floss, a paper clip and a Pringles can. The original series starring Richard Dean Anderson ran from 1985 to 1992. It seems like everything is getting a TV reboot these days, including “The A-Team”, “Hart to Hart”, “Xena: Warrior Princess”, “Behind Enemy Lines”, “Training Day”, “The Notebook”, and “Friday the 13th”. Not to mention shows that have already premiered like “Minority Report”, “Limitless”, and “Heroes Reborn”. Get more here.

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