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ABC/Randy Holmes (NEW YORK) -- Selena Gomez is coming to The Voice. The singer will reportedly appear on season nine of the NBC singing competition series as a mentor to Gwen Stefani’s team.

A source tells Us Weekly Selena has already impressed the cast and crew. “She was surprisingly amazing as a mentor even though she’s so young,” the source says. “She exceeded everyone’s expectations.”

Rapper Missy Elliott will serve as Pharrell Williams’ mentor, rock legend John Fogerty will help out Adam Levine’s team, and country star Brad Paisley will be the mentor for Blake Shelton’s contestants.

The mentors appear on the show during the battle rounds, right after blind auditions. The new season ofThe Voice returns on September 21, at 8 p.m. ET.

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Paramount(NEW YORK) -- Vacation wasn't really a destination spot for moviegoers during its opening day.

The comedy reboot earned 3.8 million dollars on Wednesday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. That total includes the 1.2 million raised from late-night showings on Tuesday night.

[Read a review of the film.]

Vacation is joined at the box office this weekend by the fifth Mission: Impossible movie starring Tom Cruise. He reprises his role of Ethan Hunt in Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation.

This time around, Ethan, along with his team, faces off against a network of villainous special agents known as the Syndicate.

Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin and Sean Harris also star inMission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation, which is rated PG-13.

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Helen Sloan/HBO(LOS ANGELES) -- The fifth season of the HBO hit Game of Thrones aired this year. How much longer will the fantasy drama remain on TV? The president of programming for HBO envisions at least a few more sessions.

Speaking Thursday at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, Michael Lombardo said, “Seven-seasons-and-out has never been the conversation. The question is, how much beyond the seven seasons are we going to do.”

He added that showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are "feeling like there are probably two more years after six. I would always love for them to change their minds but I think that’s what we’re looking at right now.”

Lombardo defended the violence depicted on Game of Thrones, which includes a brutal rape scene during season five. He said of the show's producers, "I support them fully artistically."   

Lombardo also confirmed that Jon Snow, who was stabbed repeatedly in this year's season finale, is indeed dead.

Season six is currently in production and will air in 2016.

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ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Dwayne Johnson says he was disappointed to learn that fellow pro wrestler Hulk Hogan used racial slurs in a sex tape. However, he does not consider the Hulkster, whose birth name is Terry Bollea, to be a racist.

Johnson, who once wrestled Hogan at a WWE WrestleMania pay-per-view, commented on the controversy Thursday at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills.

The man also known as "The Rock" said, "I've known Terry for a lot of years, and my dad helped train him in Florida in the '70s when he was breaking into the business....I had not known the man to be racist."

He added that he wasn't justifying Hogan's remarks in the sex tape, but, "We've all talked trash, you know, especially in private. He said what he said, and he's paying the price."

After Hogan's use of slurs came to light, WWE cut ties with him and he released a statement saying, "Eight years ago I used offensive language during a conversation. It was unacceptable for me to have used that offensive language; there is no excuse for it; and I apologize for having done it."

Johnson was at the press tour to promote his HBO series, Ballers.

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Fox(LOS ANGELES) -- Cara Delevingne's now-infamous morning TV show interview in support of the film Paper Towns, in which the anchors accused her of being "in a mood," has sparked a heated debate over whether or not her behavior was justified, and now the book's author has come to Cara's defense.

In an essay in Medium on Thursday, John Green particularly takes issue with the fact that one of the anchors asked Delevingne if she had read the book on which the movie was based.

“Cara has read the book (multiple times), but the question is annoying —not least because her male co-star, Nat Wolff, was almost always asked when he’d read the book, while Cara was almost always asked if she’d read it,” Green writes.

Green further defends the 22-year-old model/actress' responses by noting, "I’ve done something like 300 on-camera interviews. As you get asked the same questions again and again, you develop rote responses as a way of protecting yourself. The rote responses are true — the cast really was like a family; we really are all still friends — but in the repetition, the answers start to feel less and less honest."

"Cara, however, refuses to stick to the script. She refuses to indulge lazy questions and refuses to turn herself into an automaton to get through long days of junketry," he continues. "I don’t find that behavior entitled or haughty. I find it admirable. Cara Delevingne doesn’t exist to feed your narrative or your news feed — and that’s precisely why she’s so f****** interesting."

Delevingne tweeted a screenshot of an excerpt from Green’s essay on Thursday, along with the caption, “Whoever said this! Thank you so much!”

When Green replied that he was the author, she responded, “thank you so much john!! I just read the article and it made me want to cry! You are so special!! I am so happy I know you x.”

“I am soooooo lucky and anyone who thinks I am unappreciative or ungrateful clearly doesn’t know me,” Delevingne later wrote, then added, “I work really really hard and love what I do, I don’t feel like I need to apologize for being human.”

Delevingne previously brushed off the incident on Wednesday, writing, “Some people just don’t understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour.

Paper Towns is in theaters now.

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Justin Stephens((LOS ANGELES) -- Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer seem to be the newest celebrity BFFs.

On Thursday, the Trainwreck star tweeted photos of a recent vacation with some of her girlfriends.

group shot, captioned “Binders of women,” shows a group shot of the funny woman, 34, and her friends on the float in the water. In the back, a bikini-clad Lawrence, 24, can be seen lifting her arms and feet in the air.

In another, Amy and Jennifer are seen zipping along the water on a jet ski, with the caption, Jlaw #maniac.

Schumer and J-Law's friendship began when the Hunger Games star sent a tweet during Comic-Con earlier this month, in which she pitched the idea of a Kickstarter to get Schumer to sign on as the next Bachelorette. Schumer later tweeted a funny reaction video.

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Paramount(NEW YORK) -- Due to its many moving parts, characters and twists, some people are going to find the plot of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation a bit complicated, but it’s quite simple, really.

Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt believes there’s a rogue international network of former spies called “The Syndicate.” The CIA doesn’t believe him and wants to put the IMF and Hunt out of business. After the Government decides to shut the IMF down, Brandt (Jeremy Renner) and tech genius Dunn (Simon Pegg) become part of the CIA, while Hunt hides from the Feds and tries to prove the Syndicate is real.

In the meantime, Hunt seems to have met his match in Syndicate member Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson) and Syndicate founder Lane (Sean Harris).  Can Ethan and friends survive their biggest challenge yet? See? It really is a simple question.

Part of what makes the MI franchise so great (with the exception of MI: 3, which was really mediocre) is its fearless leader, and Tom Cruise truly does seem to be fearless. In Ghost Protocol he scaled the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world (no relation to Wiz). This time, he hangs from the door of an airplane, which he apparently did eight times, for eight takes.  Yes, when Tom Cruise is involved, no stuntman is required, and that risky business – pun intended -- has helped make him, at age 53, our greatest action star.

Let’s simplify this even further:

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is AMAZING. 

While the Fast and Furious franchise continues to be fun and exhilarating, nobody would ever accuse the filmmakers of producing a thoughtful, action-packed thriller. But MI: Rogue Nation is exactly that and then some. Cruise’s favorite writer and director Christopher McQuarrie, who wrote and directed Jack Reacher, and wrote Edge Of Tomorrow, goes above and beyond with great visual cues and choices, expertly balancing suspense and fun.

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation lives up to the franchise name, presenting us with a successful outcome to the seemingly impossible mission of producing a truly excellent summertime action flick.

Four-and-a-half out of five stars.

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Kelsey McNeal/WE tv(NEW YORK) -- Reality star Tami Roman and her boyfriend, Reggie Youngblood, suffered a miscarriage.

A rep for the couple, who currently star on WeTV's Marriage Boot Camp, told TMZ the two are "mourning their loss with close friends and family. The couple requests prayers and privacy as they get through this difficult time."  

Reportedly, Roman was three months pregnant.

Although Roman has two daughters from a previous relationship, it would've been the first child for Youngblood.

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Charles Sykes/Bravo(LOS ANGELES) -- Robin Thicke's new girlfriend, April Geary Love, gets a thumbs up from dad, Alan Thicke.

"She's lovely," Alan told E! News at the Vacation premiere in Los Angeles. "It's a great time for him. [He has an] album coming out and April is there and supportive."

The 18-year age gap between the 38-year-old "Blurred Lines" singer and his 20-year-old model girlfriend doesn't seem to be much of an issue either.

"The apple doesn't fall far from the tree," Alan's wife, Tanya Thicke, told E! "I wouldn't expect anything less."

That's because at 40, Tanya is 28 years younger than Alan, her husband of 10 years. 

She was quick to add, "I think it's also very important that she's also very mature. I think that says a lot. She's a very mature young lady. A very beautiful, smart, mature young lady."

Said Alan, "We like her a lot."

Robin and Love went public with their romance in May during the Cannes Film Festival.

The singer's divorce from ex-wife Paula Patton was finalized in March. They were married for 10 years and share 5-year-old son, Julian.

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Ben Cohen/Bravo(NEW YORK) -- It's no secret Rob Kardashian has had a hard time recently. His struggle with weight issues and depression have been detailed on the family's reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians. 

Although the cause of his issues is unknown, his older sister Khloe Kardashian, recently opened up about living with him in a now uncut version of her interview with Complex magazine. 

"Rob lives with me now and I wouldn't have it any other way. I love having him with me," Khloe told the magazine.

In fact, Rob lived with Khloe and ex-husband Lamar Odom throughout their marriage, only moving out toward the end. After she split from Odom, she moved into Rob's three-bedroom townhouse until she bought her new home and Rob came to live with her.

"I have a big a** house and I wanted it so he could feel, like, comfortable," Kardashian said. "He's going through a hard time now, and it's behind gates. With this crazy lifestyle you have to think of places where you can still have your freedom."

Even though Rob is sometimes tempted to move out, Khloe always convinces him to stay, she revealed.

"He's a man and 28, and I'm sure it doesn't sound good to say, 'Oh, I live with my sister,' but it's not because he has to," Kardashian said. "I'm like, 'Put this into perspective: Your friends live at home with their parents because they can't do anything else. Your sister’s literally holding you captive and actively making you. So if that makes you feel better, say that all you want.'"

Khloe admitted she's maternal when it comes to her baby brother. "I just bought him a rug for his bedroom, and he was so cute. He'll text me and tell me how much he likes it, and he notices things," she said. "So, I like it. I call him my son as a joke."

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ABC/Donna Svennevik(ATLANTA) -- There's speculation that celebrity chef Paula Deen may be whipping up something special for her husband of 11 years -- a divorce.

According to the New York Post's Page Six, Deen signed over the deed of their three-bedroom, three-bathroom Savannah, Georgia mansion to her husband, Michael Groover earlier this year.

Court records, obtained by the paper, said the transfer is “for and in consideration of her natural love and affection for her husband.”

The estate transfer sparked rumors that the 5,646-square-foot property, estimated to be worth $1.3 million, could be part of a secret divorce settlement.

A spokesman for Deen denied these claims: “These rumors are completely false -- they have a wonderful marriage. This deed of gift was just a part of Paula’s estate-planning process.” The spokesman added Deen’s latest cookbook, Paula Deen Cuts the Fat, is even dedicated to her husband.

The couple bought the home in 2004 and is the stage for Deen’s cooking show.

The southern cooking powerhouse, who was the center of scandal over her use of a racial slur directed at one of her employees in 2013, has faced divorce rumors before. That same year, there were speculations that her husband had a secret mistress, but he strongly denied an affair. 

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Adam Rose/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Valerie Harper was hospitalized Wednesday night after being found unconscious backstage during a performance of Nice Work If You Can Get It at a Maine theater.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the actress was taken via ambulance from the Ogunquit Playhouse to York Hospital.

The musical's director went on stage Wednesday to tell the audience that the 75-year-old actress wouldn't be performing during the production. "She wants all of you to know after some fluids and rest she hopes to be right back here on stage later this week," the director added.

Harper was slated to perform in the musical until August 15.

The Ogunquit Playhouse released a statement Thursday that said, Harper was "resting comfortably and will remain in the hospital for observation for the time being."

Sources told ET, "It doesn't look good."

In March 2013, Harper was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. At the time, doctors told her she could have just a few more months to live. In May 2014, Harper clarified on ABC's Good Morning America that "the cell that's causing the disease is lung cancer."

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ABC/Rick Rowell(NEW YORK) -- Angelina Jolie doesn't want her son Maddox to forget his roots.

The A-lister recently took a trip to Cambodia, the site of her breakout movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, and the place where she adopted her eldest son in 2002, reports E! News.

This trip is the first of many. Jolie is set to begin her next directorial project, a film adaptation of Loung Ung's book First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia. The film reveals how life was under the deadly regime of Khmer Rouge in the 1970s, in which millions were killed in a genocide.

"As Maddox and I prepare the film we will be side by side learning about his country," Jolie told reporters. "He is turning 14 next week and this is a very important time for him to understand who he is. He is my son but he is also a son of Cambodia. This is the time for our family to understand all that means to him and to us."

Shooting for the film will begin in November, according to E! The film is set to premiere on Netflix in 2016.

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Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo(NEW YORK) -- When Kelly Ripa walked onstage for Thursday's episode Live with Kelly and Michael, viewers saw she had traded in her typical stilettos for a boot on one foot. The co-host explained the reason for the new look: she's broken her foot. 

"I was in a dance class like I typically, usually am and somebody had left a weight on the floor. Because usually what happens is, you do dancing, and then you do weights and then you put your weights back on your mat," she explained. "And somebody I guess either left [the weight] not on their mat or maybe kicked it when they were dancing. I don't know."

"All I know is I did a jump -- and in my mind I'm an incredible dancer, graceful as can be -- and I landed on the weight," she said, with the crowd gasping.

Ripa went on to explain that her husband, Mark Consuelos, was by her side when she checked into New York City's Hospital for Special Surgery Wednesday night to meet with doctors and find out how much damage she'd actually done.

"We found out that I have like four little bones that broke off," she said. "And [the doctor] said, 'The good news is it's in a way that it doesn't require surgery.' So that's great!"

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Comedy Central(LOS ANGELES) -- Upcoming Daily Show host Trevor Noah faced TV critics Wednesday in Beverly Hills, and talked about the pressure of taking over for Jon Stewart.

Noah made one thing clear when asked about his transition from comedian to host of the Comedy Central program: "I’m not in the news business. I’m still in the comedy business, and that's the most important thing Jon Stewart left with me."

The show won't change, but he says the perspective can't help but change.

The South African comedian explained, "If you look at the issues in America right now, let's say just around racial inequality, Jon and I come from totally different points of view. Jon would have to empathize. I, myself, come from a different place."

He does feel the weight of taking over the franchise, commenting, "There’s an immense pressure for me personally to live up to that legacy to keep that flagship going."

Stewart's last show as Daily Show host is next Thursday. Noah's first is September 28.

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