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Kris Jenner: Kardashians Are NOT “Greedy,” Kim’s Sex Tape Was “Smaller Seed Than People Think”

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Kris Jenner Greedy New York Times Interview

Kris Jenner addresses some common criticisms of the Kardashians in a New York Times Magazine profile, responding to claims that the family is “greedy” and she is “controlling.” See what Jenner says here, and tell us what you think.

Nick Loeb: Sofia Vergara Is “Killing” Our Embryos By Keeping Them Frozen

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Sofia Vergara Nick Loeb Op-Ed

Sofia Vergara’s ex-fiancée Nick Loeb speaks out about his lawsuit to save the former couple’s frozen embryos in an op-ed published in Thursday’s New York Times, in which he accuses the actress of “killing” their fertilized eggs. See what he says here, and tell us what you think.

David Letterman: The New Late Show Host Should Have Been A Woman

Truth rating: 10
David Letterman Late Show Host

David Letterman is admitting that Stephen Colbert was not his first choice to replace him on the “Late Show,” and says he believes that a woman should’ve been selected as the new host. See his new interview, and tell us what you think.

Kanye West: “I’m Not A Celebrity, I’m An Activist”

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Kanye West New York Times

Kanye West tells The New York Times he had to barge his way into the fashion world, because otherwise, the community would ignore him. “I one hundred percent had to scream,” he tells the outlet. “I tried it every other way.”

WATCH: James Franco And Zachary Quinto Kiss In New York Times Sundance Video

Truth rating: 10
James Franco Zachary Quinto Kissing Video


James Franco and Zachary Quinto kiss in a New York Times video filmed at the Sundance Film Festival. Watch here.

Jennifer Aniston: My “First Love” Died, “Would Have Been The One”

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Jennifer Aniston Dead Boyfriend

Jennifer Aniston refers to the tragic death of her “first love” in a revealing New York Times interview in which she talks about trying to shed the legacy of “Friends” and the problems facing women in Hollywood.

New York Times Issues Correction After Being Duped By Fake Kanye West Quotes About Kim Kardashian’s Butt

Truth rating: 10
Kim Kardashian Kanye West New York Times Correction

The New York Times made an embarrassing blunder this weekend when it erroneously published fake quotes attributed to Kanye West in a column all about Kim Kardashian’s butt.

The revered outlet, considered to be the best worldwide, featured the piece by humor columnist Joyce Wadler on its website Friday, with the author cheekily writing about the consequences Kardashian could face from having such a big booty. Except the joke’s now on Wadler. Get all the details here!

Harry Potter Spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Getting Three Movies

Truth rating: 10

J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is being turned into not just one movie, but three.

As Gossip Cop previously reported, Rowling announced last fall she was adapting the “textbook” covering the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe into a film version.

The New York Times now reports that “three megamovies are planned.”

L’Wren Scott Planned To Close Fashion Line, Friends Were “Deeply Concerned” Before Her Death

Truth rating: 9
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L’Wren Scott‘s friends were “deeply concerned” about her in the days leading up to her apparent suicide, according to longtime pal Cathy Horyn.

Horyn, a former New York Times fashion critic, pays tribute to the late designer in today’s paper, and reveals Scott had planned to announce the end of her fashion line on Wednesday.

Find out more here.

James Franco Defends Shia LaBeouf in NYT Op-Ed: He’s Like Marlon Brando

Truth rating: 10
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James Franco has written an op-ed for the New York Times in which he weighs in on Shia LaBeoufs plagiarism apology tour and subsequent “I am not famous anymore” performance art schtick.

In the piece, titled “Why Actors Act Out,” Franco takes an empathetic view towards LaBeouf, and says he thinks there’s more to the star’s behavior than just another celebrity publicly going bonkers.

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