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Zach Galifianakis landed the interview of his life for his online mock talk show, "Between Two Ferns" -- President Barack Obama.
The U.S. leader appeared on the program to promote the new health insurance law, the Affordable Care Act, also dubbed "Obamacare." The six-and-a-half-minute video was posted on the website of Funny or Die. "Between Two Ferns" showcases the "Hangover" actor and comedian's notorious dry sense of humor and sees him baiting guests with seemingly candid questions and quips.
Justin Bieber recently took part in a deposition stemming from a civil assault case filed against him by a former bodyguard, and his behavior in video released from the hearing is often extremely aggressive.
The 20-year-old pop singer was deposed on March 6 in Miami in the civil case that alleges he instructed a former bodyguard to physically assault and steal from a paparazzi photographer. The case is unrelated to Bieber's Miami Beach DUI arrest, for which video and photos were also recently released of him in jail.
Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry often battle it out on the pop music charts, but this time, they aimed friendly fire at each other on Twitter.
The pop divas took shots at each other on Twitter on March 6 after Cyrus learned of comments Perry made about the kiss the two shared during her "Bangerz" tour stop in Los Angeles in February 2014.
Khloe Kardashian just joined Vine and the reality star's first video shows her topless.
In the video, which can be viewed here (Warning: Video contains an expletive), Kardashian can be seen getting rubbed down with some sort of product by friend and makeup artist Joyce Bonelli.
When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the organization behind the Oscars, released a full list of Oscar presenters in late February, "The Amazing Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield was named as one of the celebrities set to present.
However, when the ceremony aired on Sunday, March 2, the 30-year-old actor did not appear. The Academy explained that it was simply due to the fact that his segment, which, according to The Hollywood Reporter, was supposed to be with "Batkid" Miles Scott, was cut from the award show.
Angelina Jolie opens up in a new interview about taking on the role of one of Disney's biggest villains, her daughter making a cameo in "Maleficent" and her life after undergoing a double mastectomy.
Jolie, 38, appears on the cover of the current issue of Entertainment Weekly in full costume as Maleficent. She will be playing the "Sleeping Beauty" villain in the upcoming film "Maleficent," which tells the origin story of the evil character. The movie is set to hit theaters on May 30 and a trailer for the film can be seen below.