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HENRY BROMELL: "Homeland" writer and executive producer Henry Bromell has died of a heart of attack, The Hollywood Reporter said Tuesday. He was 66.
No other details regarding the circumstances of his death were immediately reported.
Among Bromell's other small-screen credits were "Northern Exposure," "Homicide: Life on a Street," "Chicago Hope," "Rubicon" and "Brotherhood."
"We were lucky to work with Henry on and off for the past 18 years. He was a supremely talented writer and as kind and warm a person as you could ever meet. He will be deeply missed at the studio and on 'Homeland.' Our hearts and prayers go out to his wife and children," Twentieth Century Fox TV and Fox 21 said in a statement Tuesday morning.
Bromell is survived by his wife, Sarah, and two sons, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Asked if she is seeing anyone, the "Spring Breakers" star told Letterman, "No, not yet, no."
"Now, I remember last time you were here, you were with a Justin Bieber?" Letterman said.
"I was with 'a Justin Bieber,'" Gomez confirmed.
"Yeah, you were with 'a Justin Bieber.' And is that... that's not going on now?" Letterman wanted to know.
"No, I'm single, yeah," Gomez replied.
"You're fine," Letterman remarked.
"I'm so good," she said.
"Good, yeah. I think you're fine," Letterman said as the audience applauded. "Now, the last time he was on, he and I got into a conversation, and he said something and then I said something, and then he said something and I said something, and I made him cry," Letterman recalled.
"Well, then that makes two of us," Gomez said as the audience laughed, and the actress and Letterman fist bumped.
Gomez and Bieber dated off and on for about two years before calling it quits in January.
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: U.S. pop star Justin Timberlake has confirmed his latest album "The 20/20 Experience" is the first of a two-part set.
"I need to clear up a rumor," EW.com quoted the singer as saying Monday night at a Los Angeles release party for his first new album in seven years. "This whole thing about this being the first half of the album is true."
The rumor was started by musician Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson, who wrote in an online message: "Spoiler alert. 20/20 Vol 2 comes out in nov. 10 songs now.....10 songs later= 20 vision."
EW.com said neither Timberlake nor his publicist confirmed the November release date, however.
SOAPS: The revived Web version of the U.S. soap opera "All My Children" will be set five years after its last episode, The Online Network announced.
However, "One Life to Live," which is also getting a new life on the Internet after ABC canceled it in 2011 to make way for more lifestyle programming, has advanced in real time.
Both shows will begin anew April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes, with most of their beloved stars returning.