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Meredith picks Ian, who proposes.

Meredith picks Ian, who proposes. The second Bachelorette concluded with the “most amazing finale ever,” which included both a love connection and a proposal–and a broken heart. Small chandeliers dangling from her ears, Meredith professed her love for Ian, and then they had the most abbreviated proposal in the history of the universe. Ian got …

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Omarosa had a “serious injury”; writer explores “Sista With Attitude” archetype.

Omarosa had a “serious injury”; writer explores “Sista With Attitude” archetype. Omarosa says the image of her on The Apprentice “is a gross misrepresentation of who I am.” She cites last week’s episode, saying that she “had a concussion due to my serious injury on the set and spent nearly…10 hours in the emergency room. …

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American Idol 3 finalist Donnie Williams stopped for DUI while driving 100 mph.

American Idol 3’s Donnie Williams stopped for DUI while driving 100 mph. After nearly making it through the semifinal rounds without a contestant getting kicked off because of amoral or illegal activities, American Idol 3 may have its first scandal. Donnie Williams, who’s scheduled to perform next week and is one of the 32 remaining …

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Academy changes reality TV Emmy category, but it still includes game shows.

Academy changes reality TV Emmy category, but it still includes game shows. After royally screwing up the Emmy categories that include reality TV shows, the Academy finally gets its act together and gives competitive reality TV its own, real category. Well, sort of. No longer will reality TV shows be in a “special class” category …

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