Still Wondering What Kim Kardashian And Kanye’s Wedding Was Like?

On the next episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" there will be some footage of the rehearsal for Kim and Kanye's wedding—watch a teaser now!
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Watch Candid Videos Of 16-Year-Old Katy Perry In Her Christian Singer Phase

This is the first time we've had an uncensored glimpse into the singer's early days as a performer on the road.
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Michael Sam Is Officially A Free Agent

St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam cleared waivers at noon ET today after being cut by the team yesterday.
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Miley Cyrus Says She Still Loves Former Fiance Liam Hemsworth

Is Miley Cyrus really over Liam Hemsworth? Sure doesn't sound like it.

In an interview on Australia's "Sunday Night," Cyrus told reporter Chris Bath that she still has a lot of love for her former fiance.

"I love Liam, Liam loves me," Cyrus said, according to Daily Mail.

Following Cyrus' split from "Hunger Games" actor Hemsworth, Cyrus' father, Billy Ray, opened up about how happy his daughter seemed.

"All I know for sure is I heard my daughter say today she's the happiest she's ever been in her life immediately following [the breakup.] That's when I saw Miley being so happy," Billy Ray said in 2013. "Somewhere along the stress and strain of different things I didn't see her smiling as often for a little while and all of a sudden she's like the sun, and when she smiles it's light."

Here's to hoping Cyrus stays so happy ... Hemsworth or no Hemsworth.

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Miley Cyrus Says Elvis Was The Original Twerker

Miley Cyrus points to Elvis as the originator of twerking and well, she might be onto something.
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What’s New On Netflix In September 2014?

September is upon is, which means one thing: Netflix has some great new titles right around the corner. From the final season of "How I Met Your Mother" to some of Robin Williams' best movies, the streaming service has us covered in a big way this month.

So say goodbye to summer and let the binge-watching begin. Here's what's new on Netflix this month:

TV Shows:
“Californication,” Seasons 1-7, Sept. 1
“Chasing UFOs,” Season 1, Sept. 1
“Doomsday Preppers,” Seasons 1-3, Sept. 1
“Hinterland,” Season 1, Sept. 1
“Unsealed: Alien Files,” Season 1, Sept. 1
“Zero Hour,” Seasons 1-3, Sept. 1
“The League,” Season 5, Sept. 2
“Trailer Park Boys,” Season 8, Sept. 5
“The Blacklist,” Season 1, Sept. 7
“Crash & Bernstein,” Season 2, Sept. 10
“About a Boy,” Season 1, Sept. 14
“Arrow,” Season 2, Sept. 14
“Bones,” Season 9, Sept. 16
“New Girl,” Season 3, Sept. 16
“The Fosters,” Season 2, Sept. 17
“Revolution,” Season 2, Sept. Sept. 22
“How I Met Your Mother,” Season 9, Sept. 26
“Parks and Recreation,” Season 6, Sept. 26
“Comic Book Men,” Season 3, Sept. 28
“The Walking Dead,” Season 4, Sept. 28

“A Simple Plan,” Sept. 1
“Cool Runnings,” Sept. 1
“Crocodile Dundee,” Sept. 1
“Detention,” Sept. 1
“Flubber,” Sept. 1
“Girl Rising,” Sept. 1
“Girlfight,” Sept. 1
“Good Morning, Vietnam,” Sept. 1
“Guess Who,” Sept. 1
“Hoodwinked,” Sept. 1
“Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie,” Sept. 1
“Lords of Dogtown,” Sept. 1
“Mirage Men,” Sept. 1
“School of Rock,” Sept. 1
“Small Apartments,” Sept. 1
“Swiss Family Robinson,” Sept. 1
“The Believers,” Sept. 1
“The Blue Lagoon,” Sept. 1
“The Unbelievers,” Sept. 1
“All is Lost,” Sept. 5
“Kid Cannabis,” Sept. 6
“Le Week-End,” Sept. 6
“Refuge,” Sept. 6
“Your Sister’s Sister,” Sept. 6
“Who Is Dayani Cristal?,” Sept. 9
“Deadly Code,” Sept. 10
“A Single Man,” Sept. 11
“Dennis Miller: America 180,” Sept. 11
“Filth,” Sept. 11
“The Moment,” Sept. 11
“Grace Unplugged,” Sept. 12
“Justin and the Knights of Valor,” Sept. 13
“Beginners,” Sept. 16
“One Day,” Sept. 16
“Silver Linings Playbook,” Sept. 16
“3 Days to Kill,” Sept. 17
“The Double,” Sept. 25
“Bad Grandpa,” Sept. 27
“Lullaby,” Sept. 29
“Killing Them Softly,” Sept. 30
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This ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 Special Effects Reel Will Blow Your Mind

Visual effects company Rodeo FX released a behind-the-scenes look at the making of 'Game of Thrones' season 4's incredible backdrops.
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Things Get Shaken Up In This ‘Downton Abbey’ Season 5 Trailer

This Season 5 "Downton Abbey" trailer raises a lot of questions and shakes things up with some new romance and new rules.
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True Life: I Shot Kanye West’s Made In America Set From The Photo Pit

A story about how I shot my favorite artist from the front row of his Made In America show, despite knowing absolutely nothing about concert photography,
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‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Just Became The Top-Grossing Movie Of 2014

Move over Captain America, Peter Quill and his crew have made their way to the top.

Marvel's latest flick "Guardians of the Galaxy" cemented its place at No. 1 this weekend, becoming the top-grossing movie of the 2014 domestic box office on Friday, Aug. 29, according to Entertainment Weekly. The film surpassed "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," which grossed a total of $259.7 million domestically, bringing in $274.6 million after taking over the start of the holiday weekend.

"Guardians of the Galaxy" hit theaters on Aug. 1 and had a production budget of $170 million.

The action movie topped the weekend box office, with "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" coming in at No. 2 with $11.7 million and "If I Stay" grabbing the No. 3 spot with $9.3 million.
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