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WWE star The Ultimate Warrior, who was born James Hellwig, has died at age 54, the group says.
The news was announced on the official WWE website on Tuesday, April 8, a day after the wrestling star appeared on "Raw." On Saturday, he appeared at WrestleMania 30 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame after an 18-year absence. The cause of his death was not revealed.
Amanda Bynes wants to set the record straight about her medical and mental state, following her 5150 psychiatric hold last year and a slew of legal issues.
Tamar Arminak, a lawyer for the 28-year-old former Nickelodeon and "Hairspray" star, told People magazine in comments published on Wednesday, April 9, that Bynes was never diagnosed with schizophrenia, contrary to numerous media reports. She also said the actress is not currently taking any medication but is continuing to undergo treatment several times a week.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey may once again appear on the big screen together.
Poehler is reportedly in final negotiations to co-star with Fey in a film called "The Nest," according to The Hollywood Reporter. The two actresses will play sisters in the film, which was written by "Saturday Night Live" writer Paula Pell. "Pitch Perfect" director Jason Moore will direct.
The 40-year-old mother of two told People magazine that she felt a lump in her right breast during a routine self-examination the previous fall and saw a breast cancer specialist months later.
Julianne Hough may be making comments that come across as harsh while serving as a guest judge on "Dancing With The Stars," but the former dance pro says it's all in good fun.
Hough made her most recent guest-judging appearance on the April 7 episode of season 18, during week 4 of the competition. She criticized professional dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy's performance with "switch-up" partner Danica McKellar, saying that he was merely going through the motions and that she wanted the switch to be over so he could return to real partner Meryl Davis.