What's better than following the lifestyle of the rich and famous, their successes and foibles on the public stage? Keeping tabs on their upcoming progeny, of course. Stay tuned for more additions to the list, since the only things in life you can count on are death, taxes and celebrity baby stories.
Justin Bieber was a triple winner at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas Sunday night taking home the awards for Digital Artist of the Year, Top New Artist and Fan Favorite. Other big winners included Taylor Swift, Rihanna, and U2.
The 64th Annual Cannes International Film Festival wrapped up with the top prize, "Palm d'Or", awarded to "The Tree of Life", the Terrence Malick film starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn. Kristin Dunst was named "Best Actress" for her performance in the film, "Melancholia".
Photo calls and screenings for "The Cinema Lesson", "Drive" and "This Must be the Place" starring Sean Penn are all featured in this collection for day ten of the 64th International Cannes Film Festival.
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife, Maria Shriver, announced their separation after 25 years of marriage, after Schwarzenegger admitted to fathering a child more than a decade ago with a woman who worked for the family for 20 years. In this collection we look back the relationship in photos.
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