The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
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It's still so heartbreaking for us to realize Philip Seymour Hoffman won't be with us anymore impressing us consistently with his acting range and prowess.
Just like Philip, his character of Plutarch had to be a consummate actor himself in order to work against the Capitol without being detected, and we appreciate the opportunity to see more of PSH in these deleted scenes from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire!
Looks like the odds WERE ever in our favor! These snippets that made it unto the cutting floor of the editing room are phenomenal.
Ch-ch-check out all the deleted scenes (above)!!!
And things promise to get even more intense this Sunday when she sits down to interview Russell Brand on Oprah Prime!!!
(In case you're confused, her show used to be called Oprah's Next Chapter but this weekend it's undergoing a re-branding. A re-BRANDing, get it? Ha!)
We know what you're thinking: Katy Perry's kooky ex-husband is HIGHlarious! Any interview with that British bloke must be a real knee-slapper, right?
Nope, not so much!
Well, if Busy Philipps' mind is your idea of heaven, then YES!
According to sources super close to the situation - though likely not close to The Situation if you catch our drift - Busy is trying like the dickens to get the Brokeback Mountain co-stars to date each either!!
We know Jake has had a slew of super seXXXy short term relationships - including one that reportedly involved deflowering a country music starlet - but could Michelle be the one for him?
More importantly, could he be a good stepfather to the her and Heath Ledger's daughter Matilda?
Well, the source confessed:
After nearly four weeks, Philip Seymour Hoffman's cause of death has finally been confirmed.
It's even worse than expected.
The NYC medical examiner's office lists the cause of death as "acute mixed drug intoxication."
Philip's heroin addiction was well-known, but the coroner also found cocaine, benzodiazepines (an anti-anxiety medication), and amphetamines in his system.
The mix of heroin and cocaine, commonly referred to as a speedball, can be incredibly dangerous. John Belushi and Chris Farley also died with both drugs in their systems.
This lethal cocktail is officially what took Philip from us — and we all know he is still greatly missed.
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Rolling Stone is no stranger to controversy when it comes to their covers.
Justin Bieber has gotten Stoned this month- and it's not for his music.
The cover story is a breakdown of all the Biebs' latest "Bad Boy" antics, AKA DUI arrest, drug searches, and vandalism egg-usations.
Is the music mag just going for shock value at this point? Or are Justin's turbulent times an important part of music journalism?
What do U think of Justin's cover?
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David Bar Katz was one of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s best friends. The playwright and the late actor shared a love for the New York theater, were both members of the LAByrinth Company, and worked together on several stage productions.
Then on February 2nd, David entered Philip's West Village apartment to find his friend dead of an apparent drug overdose.
That devastating discovery was bad enough but soon after PSH's tragic passing shocked the world, The National Enquirer printed an outrageous story about David and Philip being secret lovers and that they had often freebased cocaine together! The rag mag even suggested a struggle with his sexuality was what lead Philip back to the heroin that eventually killed him!
After the false story, David, who is married with four children, declared he would sue the tabloid for libel.
He stated why the bogus story upset him so much, explaining: