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Friday, March 5, 2010

Barbara Walters: Last Oscars TV special the best

NEW YORK (AP) - Barbara Walters says her last Oscars television special will be her best.

Walters will sit down with actresses Sandra Bullock and Mo'Nique, both nominated for Academy Awards. Bullock is up for Best Actress for "The Blind Side," and Mo'Nique is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for "Precious."

Walters said she believes both will win. By bidding adieu, Walters is ending a 29-year-old tradition of talking to celebrities on Hollywood's biggest night. It wasn't until 1988, though, that she began interviewing nominees.

"For the first seven years we were not allowed to interview any of the nominees because the (Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) thought it would interfere with their Oscar special," Walters said.

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Monday, March 1, 2010

What a heart-thRob

ROBERT Pattinson is arguably one of the biggest stars to have shaken up Hollywood and is the subject of almost every woman’s fantasy. In its March 1 issue, Galaxie takes a bite into the Pattinson phenomenon to uncover the man behind the vampire.

In terms of success, Pattinson has hit the jackpot. He appeared in a relatively small role in the Harry Potter franchise and was killed off in the end, yet after Twilight – in which he played the decade-old vampire Edward Cullen – Pattinson now generates more star power than Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint combined.

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