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Vanity Fair's 'Lost' Marilyn Monroe Pics Weren't Actually 'Lost'

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Vanity Fair is a lying liar who lies according to Playboy head honcho Hugh Hefner.

In their June issue, VF published what they say are "lost nudes" of Marilyn Monroe taken by Lawrence Schiller days before she died. Schiller even said Norma Jeane left him a note on one of the photos that read "send this to Playboy, they might like it."

And they did, which is why the gentleman's mag

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Jessica Alba Is Writing A Healthy Lifestyle Book!

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Jessica Alba first book

If U want to start living a healthier lifestyle, but don't want to take it to the extreme (like by starting your morning off with shots of wheatgrass), Jessica Alba's new book may be able to help!

The actress, mother, and now author is releasing her first written work called The Honest Life, which is described as

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Lost Dr. Seuss Stories To Be Released

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Good news, Dr. Seuss fans!

Seven rarely-seen stories from the beloved author will be published in a new book that is to be released this fall.

Dr. Seuss' art director, Cathy Goldmith, found the stories on eBay, which were being sold by a dentist who just happened to be a huge collector of "Seussiana."

She met with Charles Cohen, along with Random House VP and publisher Kate Klimo, and discovered just how big of a fan he really was. She said:

"His house was literally bursting at the seams with Seussiana: plush, toys, beer trays, puzzles, and a wide range of ephemera. Not only that, Dr Cohen was a fount of Seuss information, history, and theories about Ted's artistic process. In short order, we had contracted Cohen to write what would become The Seuss, The Whole Seuss, and Nothing But the Seuss. Published in 2003, it was a nearly encyclopaedic look at Ted's career. But through it all, Charles always wanted to compile the stories he had found in various magazines."

The book, titled The Bippolo Seed, is described as "the literary equivalent of buried treasure," adding:

"These stories were published during what could arguably be called Dr Seuss's most fertile creative period, a time that would yield both Cat in the Hat and Grinch, a time when his theories about how to reach children through rhyme, rhythm, and a resonant combination of nonsense and sagacity, were coming into full bloom. The stories are as good as anything in the already-published canon and readers of all ages are in for a treat."

So cool! These stories are sure to be a treasure. Can't wait to read these hidden stories.

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John Lennon's Personal Letters To Be Published

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For the first time ever, fans will be able to read John Lennon's personal letters in a collection that will be published in October 2012.

After some persuading from Beatles' biographer, Hunter Davies, Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono, sold the publishing rights to a collection of his letters, which reveal much insight to the legend's personal life.

The rights were purchased by Alan Samson of the Orion Publishing Group for an undisclosed amont - although some say they were sold anywhere from £500,000 to £1,000,000.

Samson said:

"The prospect of publishing such a wide-ranging and unusual collection had provoked a high-level bidding battle. These letters have never been collected in one place before, and for the most part they have never been seen before. The other reason people have gone crazy for it is the fact that there are half a dozen icons of the 20th century, – Marilyn Monroe, Kennedy, Elvis – and Lennon is one of them."

The collection includes more than 150 letters, including one in which he wrote to an 8-year-old boy. Samson added, "They are full of wonderful drawings. They are funny, sad…they are very human letters."

With Lennon being such a prolific writer, these letters are sure to be extremely emotional and meaningful.

The release of the letters will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' debut single Love Me Do.

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Britney's Hold It Against Me Already Breaking More Records!

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Britney is officially back - and with a vengeance, bitches!

The pop star's new single, Hold It Against Me, has barely been out a full week, and has already broken records on Mediabase - a music industry website that monitors and analyzes the airplay of tunes - in the published chart!

According to the stats, the single landed an enormous debut at 22, broke the record for one week spincrease with 3,866 spins, and had the biggest one week audience debut of 33,237,000!

Holy shiz! Gurl is unstoppable!

Congratulations, bb!

We have a feeling that this is only the beginning, and you've got a lot more record-breaking FEROCITY on its way!

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