No more Oprah?
Oprah Winfrey announced that after 25 years, she will be pulling the plug on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" on Sept. 9, 2011. Oprah is preparing to start her own cable channel, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network. Celebs voiced their support and awe at Oprah's decision. Ellen DeGeneres said, "I don't think I could be here without her," and Gayle King said, "We don't need to worry about [Oprah] filling her time, I promise you that!" The media-mogul reaches 7 million viewers a day with "The Oprah Winfrey Show." (AP)
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Miley Cyrus tour bus in deadly crash in Va.
One person was killed Friday morning when a tour bus belonging to entertainer Miley Cyrus overturned in Dinwiddie County, Va., about 40 miles south of Richmond, but the 16-year-old "Hannah Montana" star wasn't on board, police said. The bus, which was on Interstate 85, was one of four traveling from shows in Long Island, N.Y., heading to Greensboro, N.C., for a Sunday show. (AP)
Twilight 'Moon' opens, tweens everywhere rejoice
Thousands of theaters across the country sold out their midnight showings this morning of the newest flick in The Twilight Saga, "New Moon." The Pilot sent movie critic Mal Vincent to talk with the cast members, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, last week. Read the interviews. Also check back Friday afternoon for his review of "New Moon." (HamptonRoads.com)
Klum wows crows at Victoria's Secret fashion show
Victoria Secret model Heidi Klum led the parade at the annual fashion show in New York. Klum gave birth to a daughter five weeks ago and was already in model form. Five more women were also inducted into "Angel" ranks at the show. (AP)
James Van Der Beek files for divorce
After a nearly six year marriage, James Van Der Beek has filed for divorce from his wife, actress Heather Ann McComb. The couple had no children. (People)
Octomom is looking for more pups
Nadya Suleman went pet shopping in La Habra yesterday. Looks like she's looking to add a few more pups to her litter. (TMZ.com)
'2012' is a big hit for patriotic Chinese
In the latest apocalypse flick, "2012," China saves the world from utter distruction. Audiences in China are feeling patriotic about the important role they play in the movie. It's currently the No. 1 film in China, grossing $17.2 million. (AP)