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15 Jan 2017 06:04 PM EST

Los Angeles - Nicole Kidman says her comments that Americans should support President-elect Donald Trump were merely a statement of her belief in democracy, not an endorsement of the incoming president. The Oscar-winning actress's earlier remarks sparked both criticism and praise online after they were aired by the BBC earlier this week. Kidman tells Access Hollywood that her comments were misconstrued. When an interviewer pressed her for more details, Kidman threw up her hands and said she was done commenting on the topic.

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15 January, 2017
Natalie Portman: We Need More Female Stars

Natalie Portman is "not interested" in watching movies without female stars. The 'Black Swan' star is disappointed that there is a lack of movies in Hollywood that feature women in the leading roles and admits as an audience member that it is "really hard" to watch any films which don't feature many women. However, the 35-year-old actress appreciates... Read more

12 January, 2017
Four Suspects Officially Charged In Kardashian Paris Robbery

According to ET, "Paris authorities have officially charged four suspects in connection with Kim Kardashian West's Oct. 3 robbery during Paris Fashion Week. Two other suspects who have been charged are 44-year-old Florus H. -- who was hit with complicity charges in the alleged robbery and kidnapping, as well as a criminal association charge -- and 64-year-old... Read more

12 January, 2017
Joe Biden Teared Up While Receiving Medal Of Freedom From Obama

President Obama surprised Vice President Joe Biden Thursday with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. "I am pleased to award our nation's highest civilian honor," the POTUS said. Associated Press Obama prefaced the presentation with a speech honoring Biden’s service and character. “To know Joe Biden is to know that love without pretense,... Read more

10 January, 2017
Belle Doll Looks Like Justin Bieber

Emma Watson charmed crowds over the weekend when a new "Beauty and the Beast" television spot featured her lovely singing voice. But the doll version of Watson dressed as Belle hit a sour note. When William Herrington spotted the doll at a Colorado JC Penney store and posted the images to Flickr, fans immediately decided the doll looked less like Watson... Read more

10 January, 2017
In Emotional Speech, President Obama Says Goodbye

- by Jorge Vargas, Editor President Barack Obama said goodbye to the United States of America in his final speech to the nation on Tuesday night. Obama, quoting George Washington's Farewell Address and then getting teary-eyed while talking about the importance of his wife in his life, gave a speech that challenged Americans to think bigger and move... Read more

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