Kanye back home with Kim Kanye West is back home with Kim Kardashian after undergoing an eight-day psychological evaluation amid reports the two are headed for a breakup. West, 30, was released Wednesday from UCLA Medical Center after suffering from "temporary psychosis" as a result of sleep deprivation and dehydration, says TMZ. He'll require after-care.
Firefight: Leah & Scientology Billed as a gutsy work of investigative journalism, former Scientologist Leah Remini's A&E doc series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath already has been met with complaints from the Church of Scientology - even before it was set to premiere Tuesday night.
'Walking Dead' dread Some viewers are outraged by the horrific deaths of two beloved characters on Sunday's Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead. Fans are threatening to boycott, while sensitive viewers are disgusted by the violence. (I won't name the two, for folks yet to watch.)
Anna Kendrick's lost love "Hi, stalker, just can't leave me alone, can you?" That's not the kind of phone call you expect to get from your one and only. But that's exactly what happened to Anna Kendrick when she 20. The guy she thought she was dating didn't think of her as his girlfriend.
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