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Sean Hayes Is Married to Scott Icenogle


Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Sean Hayes is a married man!

The former Will and Grace actor announced on Facebook that he married his longtime love, Scott Icenogle, last week.

"Took us 8 years but we did it!" he wrote.

Hayes, 44, first came out as gay in 2010, in an interview with The Advocate. At the very end of the article, he mentioned, "a special someone in my life."

"That’s it. That’s all I need," he said of Icenogle. "I don’t need events. I don’t do a lot. I live my life like an 85-year-old man. I’m just quiet. It’s fantastic."

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Danica McKellar Marries Lawyer Scott Sveslosky


Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Actress Danica McKellar wed lawyer Scott Sveslosky during a beachfront ceremony in Kauai, Hawaii, on Saturday, according to People Magazine. The two got engaged in July.

In September, the former Dancing With the Stars and Wonder Years star shared with ABC News details of her upcoming nuptials.

"Wedding planning has been underway for a while," she said, adding that "perhaps" this year she'll be sharing pictures from it on social media. "It will be a really small wedding, because we've both been married before, we've both had big weddings and this time around it's really just about us."

This is the second marriage for McKellar, who split from her husband of two years, Michael Verta, in 2012.

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Steve Carell Admits 'It’s Just Easy for Me to Not Work'


Kevin Winter/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Steve Carell may be loved by his fans, who adore him in films like Anchorman and Crazy, Stupid, Love, but surprisingly the actor doesn't think he's all that funny.

“I never thought of myself as funny. I don’t feel like I’m great at cocktail conversations. I don’t hold court," Carell told GQ for the magazine's Men of the Year issue. "I don't take up a lot of space. I'm not the life of the party. I'm not the guy telling jokes. And I never was."

Carell, 52, also touched on the fact that he spent much of the year with his family, not working.

“I’ve found I’m very good at doing nothing,” he told the magazine. “I don’t want to quit. I don’t feel like retiring. But it’s just easy for me to not work. It’s nice to be able to help out at home, with my wife and kids.”

Foxcatcher, which also stars Channing Tatum, hit theaters last weekend and has been earning Carell some Oscar buzz playing John du Pont in a darker role than fans are used to seeing from the Office funnyman.

"I think with anyone who seems to be content and well-adjusted, which I think I am, there’s a need to find a darkness or a wound," Carell said. "Judd Apatow -- I'm gonna misquote him -- but he spoke to that in regards to me: that he could never seem to find my wound."

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Olivia Wilde On Love, the Benefits of Aging, and Her Post-Baby Body


Monica Schipper/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) -- Olivia Wilde has a lot of love in her life.

The House and The Longest Week star, 30, has been engaged to actor Jason Sudeikis since last January and the couple just welcomed their son Otis this past April.

"Love is what has unlocked the happiest parts of my life," Wilde told ABC News. "Not only falling in love with my fiance, but then having a child and falling in love on a completely different level. I just have found my sources of inspiration in life and it all comes from witnessing love."

Love was the theme of Tuesday night's launch of Revlon “LOVE IS ON” campaign in New York City, where Wilde is a celebrity ambassador.

"I really like the message that Revlon is sending with 'LOVE IS ON,'" Wilde said. "It's encouraging people to find love in their lives and be inspired by love."

Wilde added that her inspirations come from seeing love in Haiti before and after a major earthquake and how that got the people there through, and seeing marriage equality rise to the surface in 2014.

Representing Revlon, Wilde understands as an actress, she's under the microscope more than most, even as a natural beauty.

"I really think people have become more realistic about what beauty is and how varied it is," she said. "For me personally, I've become less concerned with all of that, that's a wonderful part about aging, your priorities sort of fall into line. I enjoy getting dressed up. I love putting on makeup and going out, but the pressure to feel pretty all the time, I do not feel."

Wilde, who had a baby just 7 months ago, touched on the pressures a celebrity has to bounce back and look amazing again right after giving birth.

"There are bizarre and unrealistic expectations placed on new mothers about what they should do with a body that's just produced a human being," she said. "But I try not to let that get to me. For me, it's just about feeling good. That's just what kind of has gotten me through. Do I feel good? Yes. Do I feel like I need to work on myself a little bit? Yeah. That's all a part of self love."

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Sheryl Crow Auctioning Cowboy Boots to Benefit Feeding America


Erika Goldring/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Sheryl Crow is ready to give you the shoes – make that, cowboy boots – right off her feet.

The 52-year-old singer is auctioning some of her most prized possessions on eBay to benefit the nonprofit group Feeding America, which Crow has been a part of for the past decade.

“I’ve toured for 20-something years, and I’ve collected a lot of stuff over the course of that time,”  Crow told People. “I’ve got over 80 pairs of cowboy boots or boots in general, and I’ve got quite a few pairs of blue jeans. There’s going to be a lot of [Ralph Lauren], some Rag & Bone, some Paige; some great name brands that people will be able to get on the cheap, for a good cause!”

The cause is close to Crow’s heart.

“When I was living in Los Angeles I started working with Feeding America on a campaign,” the nine-time Grammy winner said. “I wrote a song for them that Jason Mraz and I duetted on.”

Since then, she has become more hands-on, even volunteering at the group’s food banks in Nashville, Tennessee, with her two adopted sons, Wyatt, 7, and Levi, 4.

“On our first trip to the food bank, my son and I sat down next to a man,” Crow recalled to People. “The guy who ran the food bank came over and gave him a pair of boots. My son Wyatt said, ‘Why did he give you boots?’ And the man said, ‘Cause I didn’t have any boots.’ And my son said, ‘Why don’t you have any boots?’ And he said, ‘Cause I can’t get a job.’ And my son said, ‘Why can’t you get a job?’ And the man said, ‘Cause I don’t have any boots.’ For three weeks, my son talked about that experience, of not understanding that having food and a job for some people is a real luxury.”

Crow’s auction runs through Dec. 11 on eBay’s Charity Shop

“It makes you feel so grateful to have what you have and to be able to help someone else, the feeling that I get from that is much bigger than anything else that I could experience,” Crow said. “It just matters that we take care of each other in our lives.”

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"Pitch Perfect 2" Trailer Starring Anna Kendrick Revealed


Universal(NEW YORK) -- Pitch Perfect 2 is getting even closer.

The trailer for the sequel to the 2012 film about a capella groups, starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson, hit the Internet on Thursday.

This time around, the Barden Bellas are competing on the world stage. Familiar faces, including director Elizabeth Banks, are back, as are the gang's crazy antics.

"It's a big responsibility, but I was really excited to take it on and try to do it confidently," Banks told ABC News of directing the movie. "[The original] was lightning in a bottle and it was such a surprise to see how the movie was received."

"The whole 'Cups' phenomenon was a surprise to all of us. It came from the authenticity of the movie, and this time around we were really aiming to do that again and be pure in our intention to tell more of the story of these characters that people have fallen in love with," she continued.

Pitch Perfect 2 will hit theaters on May 15, 2015.

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Angelina Jolie Addresses Retirement Rumors: ‘Happier’ Behind Camera


ABC/Rick Rowell(LOS ANGELES) -- First it was Brad Pitt. Now, his wife, Angelina Jolie, is vowing to give up acting.

Despite being Hollywood’s highest paid actress, Jolie, 39, makes it clear in two new interviews that directing is her first love.

“I’m happier when I get to put a camera on another actor and watch them do great work,” Jolie, who recently directed her second film, Unbroken, told Variety.

Earlier, she told DuJour magazine, that she “absolutely” plans to give up acting.

“I’ve never been comfortable as an actor; I’ve never loved being in front of the camera,” she told DuJour.

Fortunately for fans, she doesn’t plan to quit right away. “I’ll do a few more,” she coyly told Variety. “I’m about to direct something with Brad and myself, in fact.”

The film, By the Sea, which she’s shooting in Malta, features Jolie and Pitt playing a married couple on a trip to France.

“Compared to Unbroken, this film is a walk in the park,” Jolie told DuJour. “The tricky thing is directing myself and directing Brad. It’s hard, dramatic material, and we’re balancing.”

It will be the couple’s first film together since 2005′s Mr. & Mrs. Smith, where they met and fell in love. It could also be their last.

Long before Jolie talked about retiring from acting, Pitt said he was nearing the end. Three years ago, he told Australia’s 60 Minutes that he’d planned to transition to roles behind the lens by age 50.

“I wasn’t actually putting an exact deadline on my expiration date, but I see it coming,” he clarified in a news conference days later. “I just have other interests and I do quite enjoy the production side.”

Pitt turned 50 last December.

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Anna Faris, Chris Pratt Open Up About Their Premature Son


Steve Granitz/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt and his wife actress, Anna Faris, are finally opening up about their ordeal when their first child was born back in August 2012. Jack was born premature.

"He was born at three pounds," Faris told GQ for the Men of the Year Issue. "And we were told, 'Okay, you need to be prepared for raising a special-needs child.'"

Faris said that though it was a shock, they took it in stride and focused on being the best parents they could be to their son.

"And we felt like it was devastating, but it also felt like, you know, 'We can do this,'" she said.

Pratt added, "He's alive."

The couple added that now, Jack is doing well and only needs to wear glasses. He's also adjusting to pre-school.

"I don't know what the f**k they do. Basically you just go there to get a cold," Pratt quipped.

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Angelina Jolie Says Directing Hubby Brad Pitt Is 'Not Easy'


Jason Merritt/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Angelina Jolie serves as writer, director and star of the upcoming film, By the Sea. It also marks the first time she's worked with new hubby Brad Pitt since the two tied the knot in August, and she reveals in this month's issue of DuJour magazine that it presented some challenges for the newlyweds.

“The tricky thing is directing myself and directing Brad," the 39-year-old actress confesses. "It’s hard, dramatic material, and we’re balancing.”

Jolie adds, “It’s a heavy film, and it’s not easy for us. But even as you struggle through it, you’re in the trenches together and you don’t expect it to be easy."

"We’re challenging each other," she tells the magazine, "and that’s a really good thing.”

Although Jolie has hinted in the past that she may retire from acting and focus her attention on directing full time, she sounded less certain when she spoke to Variety recently.

“I’ll do a few more,” she revealed, before noting, “I’m happier when I get to put a camera on another actor and watch them do great work.”

Jolie and Pitt play a troubled married couple who travel the country together in By the Sea, which is set for a 2015 release.

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"Orange Is the New Black" Star Won't Face Charges Following Arrest


Jill Greenberg for Netflix(NEW YORK) -- Orange Is the New Black actress Taryn Manning will not face charges following her arrest in New York Tuesday for criminal contempt.

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reports a judge determined Manning, who plays inmate Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett on the hit Netflix series, violated a restraining order by threatening to kill a former friend through social media and by text message.

However, ABC News subsequently confirmed that the district attorney's office declined to prosecute her.

Manning, 36, appeared to dispute on Twitter at least some of the information in the TMZ report. She tweeted, "Oh! That's what happened huh? Id say get the ALL the facts correct before any posting @TMZ or tell the whole story. Let's get it right!"

She continued, "There are no charges against me. This is just further harassment. It is troubling that the system can be used to abuse the actual victim."

Manning later wrote, "I could go on any media outlet and tell the real story but I'd rather save my time and energy for things that really matter. All will unfold."

TMZ notes the friend, Jeanine Heller, was arrested in September after, authorities said, she violated a protection order by attempting to contact Manning.

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Jerry Seinfeld Clarifies Autism Comment: 'I Don't Have Autism'


Jemal Countess/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- It turns out Jerry Seinfeld doesn't have autism, as he told NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams a couple of weeks ago.

The comedian clarified his comments in an interview with Access Hollywood's Billy Bush on Wednesday.

"I don't have autism, I'm not on the spectrum," Seinfeld told Bush. "I just was watching a play about it and...I related to it on some level...that's all I was saying," he explained.

Seinfeld, 60, stirred up controversy when he told Williams, "I think, on a very drawn-out scale, I think I'm on the spectrum."

He continued, "Basic social engagement is really a struggle. I'm very literal, when people talk to me and they use expressions, sometimes I don't know what they're saying."

Some people have criticized Seinfeld's self-diagnosis, claiming it makes autism sound fashionable and may possibly lead to others to use the developmental disorder as an excuse for aggravating and quirky behavior.

Seinfeld is currently starring in his own Internet series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

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"Parenthood's" Craig T. Nelson Says Midseason Finale Is a Tearjerker


Colleen Hayes/NBC(LOS ANGELES) -- The midseason finale of the NBC drama Parenthood airs Thursday night at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

Craig T. Nelson, who plays the rough-around-the-edges patriarch of the Braverman family, Zeek, says the episode is a real tearjerker. When asked by ABC News Radio how many tissue boxes viewers will need when watching it, on a scale of one to five, he replied, "I think this is a niner."

Nelson typically sheds a tear or two while watching his show with his wife. He says, "I'm crying. I'm crying at this. I don't even remember doing it half the time."

Nelson says he won't live tweet the midseason finale, joking, "I don't tweet. And I don't tweak and I'm not a twerterer."

Parenthood will return in January for its final few episodes to end its six-season run.

Also on Thursday night, ABC will air the midseason finales of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder.

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Celebrated Film and Broadway Director Mike Nichols, Dead at 83


Bryan Bedder/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Mike Nichols, one of the most celebrated and successful film and stage directors in American history, died Wednesday night at age 83.  No cause of death was given.

Nichols directed some of American cinema’s classic films, including 1968’s The Graduate, for which he won the Academy Award for best director, his sole win out of a total five career Oscar nominations.  His other films include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, as well as Catch-22, Silkwood, Working Girl, Postcards from the Edge, The Birdcage, Primary Colors, and 2007’s Charlie Wilson’s War, his last film.  He also directed the original Broadway productions of the Neil Simon hits Barefoot in the Park and The Odd Couple, as well as the 2005 Monty Python-inspired hit Spamalot, which won three Tony awards, including Best Musical and Best Direction of a Musical.

Born Mikhail Igor Peschkowsky in Berlin, Germany in 1931, Nichols’ family escaped Nazi Germany to America just prior to the start of World War II.  He found theatre at the University of Chicago, where he also met soon-to-be-partner Elaine May.  The pair performed as the improvisational comedy duo Nichols and May in the 1950s and early 1960s, releasing several Grammy-winning albums and performing a hit Broadway show together.  May later wrote the film adaptations The Birdcage and Primary Colors, which Nichols directed.

After directing the original productions of the Broadway smash hits Barefoot in the Park and The Odd Couple, in 1966 Nichols directed his first film, the screen adaptation of the play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?  Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, the movie also was a smash success, and launched Nichols’ career as a film director.  He also directed television, winning Emmys for his direction of the HBO adaptations of the Broadway hits Wit, in 2001, and Angels in America, in 2003.

Nichols is one of a select group of entertainers who have won the Academy Award, Emmy Award, Grammy Award, and Tony Award.  He received the National Medal of the Arts in 2001, the Kennedy Center Honors in 2003, and the American Film Institute’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010.

Nichols was married to ABC News journalist Diane Sawyer, whom he wed in 1988.


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TV Land Pulls "Cosby Show" Reruns in Wake of Cosby Sex Abuse Claims


Ben Gabbe/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The fallout from the sex abuse claims made against Bill Cosby continues.

TV Land has decided to stop airing reruns of the his 1984-1992 sitcom, The Cosby Show, ABC News confirmed Wednesday.

The news came just hours after NBC announced its comedy project involving the 77-year-old Cosby "is no longer under development." On Tuesday, Netflix said it has postponed the launch of a new Cosby standup comedy special.

Multiple women have accused Cosby of sexual abuse, including supermodel Janice Dickinson, who told Entertainment Tonight this week that Cosby assaulted her in 1982. A lawyer for Cosby says Dickinson's story conflicts with her prior statements and is an outrageous lie.

Cosby has never faced criminal charges in connection with any of the allegations.

Currently, Cosby has more than 35 stand-up comedy performances scheduled in North America through early May. He's set to appear in Melbourne, Florida, this Friday.  

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Hunter Hayes Cancels St. Louis Show After State of Emergency Declared in Missouri


ABC/Image Group LA(ST. LOUIS) -- County music star Hunter Hayes has cancelled a concert planned for Thursday night in St. Louis after a state of emergency was declared in Missouri.

The show was scheduled for Thursday night at Chaifetz Arena, but on Wednesday a message to his fans appeared on his website.

"Out of respect for Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's declaration declaring a state of emergency in Missouri, Hunter Hayes' Thursday, November 20 show at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis has been cancelled," it read.

It continued, "Tickets will be reimbursed at the point of purchase. At this time, all other University related events at Saint Louis University this week are planned to go on as scheduled. Hunter assures his fans that he will be back to St. Louis in 2015."

Hayes, 23, also tweeted, "I am so beyond bummed that our show had to be canceled. St Louis fans, your shows are always epic. We miss you and cannot wait to come back!"

Nixon declared a state of emergency on Monday and activated the National Guard.

The move was made with the impending grand jury decision about whether Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will be charged in the Aug. 9 shooting and death of Michael Brown.

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