Breaking up is hard to do.
Pattinson was seen in his red Chevy pickup truck filled to the brim with clothes, bikes and suitcases, in a photo captured by X17 Online.
The on-again-off-again pair have reportedly called it quits over a recent disagreement of the 27-year-old actor not showing up to a birthday party thrown by Stewart, 23.
Robert Pattinson was spotted moving all his stuff out of Kristen Stewart's home after the couple reportedly split.
"Kristen totally went out of her way to make Rob's birthday super special," a source told Hollywood Life.
"She invited friends over to go swimming and just hang out for the late afternoon and evening. At the last minute, Rob said he didn't want to make his birthday a big deal and said he was just going to hang with the guys."
During the argument, "all this stuff came up,” a source told Us Weekly, referring to Stewart’s July 2012 affair with "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, who was married at the time.
Allegedly the “Twilight” costars were bickering for days "about the cheating, about how selfish she always is, about how moody she always is," the source explained to the mag.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart attend a Footprint Ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre together in 2011.
After the much publicized affair, Pattinson and Stewart did reconcile, but it seems forgiving is easier than forgetting for Pattinson.
"It was a lot of issues that came up," added the source.
At the time of the scandal, Stewart publicly apologized to her beau of three years.
"This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect, Rob," she wrote. "I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry."
The RPatz-KStew insider continued that even though Pattinson has packed his bags, "(he) is so torn ... they could get back together."
The infamous wolf pack graced the red carpet for the last time as the Hangover trilogy premiered its last installment, Hangover III, in Los Angeles. Stars Zach Galfianakis, Ed Helms, and newly engaged Justin Bartha drew applause from the hoards of fans, but chanting and howls were reserved for none other than Bradley Cooper.
"That guy, I mean. Are you kidding me? He's just... He's Bradley. He's Bradley Cooper. I mean come on!" Ed Helms said of his popular co-star when asked by ET if the overwhelming fan reaction at
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Every night will be Ladies Night on The X Factor this fall.
Following an exhaustive search that captivated a nation, Simon Cowell and company have selected Paulina Rubio and Kelly Rowland to sit alongside him and Demi Lovato on Season 3.
“It just feels like the time to do something different," Cowell said of adding two women to the panel, adding that he's "delighted" with the selections.
Rowland has judged the British X Factor, while the Mexico City-born Rubio has done the same for La Voz México (aka Mexico’s The Voice) and Telemundo’s La Voz Kids.
“I am very excited to be reuniting with Simon Cowell and the X Factor family,” Rowland said in a statement. “It feels great to be able to take this journey here at home in the States! Simon, be careful what you wish for. Let’s see if you are ready to handle me, empieza la fiesta, amigo!”
What do you think of Paulina Rubio and Kelly Rowland as the new X Factor judges?
Ray Manzarek, a founding member with The Doors whose keyboard work was a touchstone of hits like Break On Through to the Other Side and Light My Fire, has died at the age of 74 after a battle with cancer.
The musician died at a clinic in Rosenheim, Germany, surrounded by members of his family, according to a statement issued by his publicist.
Manzarek formed the Doors after a chance meeting in July 1965 on Venice Beach, Los Angeles, with Jim Morrison, a fellow alumni from the film school who was to become the band's
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How could we ever forget the faceplant heard and seen around the world?
It was one of THE BEST, but also one of the most embarrassing falls we've seen in awards show history! So, it had us wondering, who else experienced a painful on-stage blunder they would just love to forget??
In case you missed it, here is the vid (below) of Miguel and his balls landing on some poor girl's face during the 2013 Billboard Music Awards:
And, finally, Jennifer Lopez fell on her beautiful bum at the 2009 American Music Awards. She totally pulled it off like a pro though!
Ray Manzarek, a founding member of the 1960s rock group The Doors whose versatile and often haunting keyboards complemented Jim Morrison's gloomy baritone and helped set the mood for some of rock's most enduring songs, has died. He was 74.
Manzarek died Monday in Rosenheim, Germany, surrounded by his family, said publicist Heidi Robinson-Fitzgerald. She said the musician's manager, Tom Vitorino, confirmed Manzarek died after being stricken with bile duct cancer.
The Doors' original lineup, which also included drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robbie Krieger, was only together for a few years
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It's a tight race. Only one point separates the top two.
"Four couples left and everyone is amazing," said Kellie Pickler at the start of Dancing With the Stars' final performance show of Season 16 on Monday.
She was right. And she's one of those stars vying for the mirrorball trophy on Tuesday, along with Aly Raisman, Jacoby Jones and Zendaya.
Hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet (sporting a Justin Bieber-like pompadour and a bun) introduced them during the usual grand entrance, and then the finalists got down to the business of trying to impress judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli.
The stars were tasked with three rounds of dancing: a judge's pick dance, a cha-cha relay round (Best couple gets 5 extra points, next gets 4, then 3 and the worst couple gets 2 points) and the always-amazing supersized freestyle.
But first, a news flash: Val Chmerkovskiy bloodied his face when he bashed it during Monday rehearsals when Zendaya accidentally hit him just above the eye with her elbow. But he was cleared to dance.
Here's how it all played out:
Disney star Zendaya told her partner Val the "only way to be better is to work harder." Carrie Ann stopped by to help the two work on their samba. One challenge seemed to be Zendaya's balance and posture when dancing in her heels. "You can never have enough help," said the chipper teen, taking the tips to heart. On the dance floor, her legs only looked all the longer with her heels on as she wore slim red pants. Carrie Ann loved it. "It was just absolutely great." Len said it was "eye-popping, show-stopping, jaw-dropping." He said the surface of her talent has barely been scratched. Bruno said, "You're just incredibly fierce, child." Scores: 10, 10, 10 = 30
Kellie Pickler and partner Derek Hough got a 29 the first time they did a quickstep for the judges. Would they be able to get a perfect score when they tried it again? Len came to help them during rehearsals. Kellie says she thinks of him as the "principal." He reminded them to stay glued at their "nobbly bits" -- otherwise known as hips. Their number had zip and pizzazz, with an old-time feel. The crowd adored it. Len said, "I was palpitating, perspirating and I got so excited I was nearly flatulating!" He said they were "like a stamp on a letter" — stuck together. Bruno said she was "better than ever. ... fantastic!" Carrie Ann: "The one thing I was looking for was an improvement in your body contact, and I saw it!" Scores: 10, 10, 10 = 30
Aly Raisman had to dance the samba for the first round. Bruno came to give her and USA TODAY blogger Mark Ballas some pointers, urging them to put in a particularly tough step. On the dance floor, they wore beige outfits and Mark had a feathery long belt/sash that made it look like he was wearing an animal tail, but the dance went well. Bruno praised it, saying, "There's no stopping you now!" Carrie Ann said "you have the momentum. ... You have the swagger like Jacoby and the lines of Kellie and the musicality of Zendaya." Len quibbled a little about Aly's legs, but said it was "terrific." Scores: 9, 9, 10 = 28
Jacoby Jones planned to "spring to the finish" after being in the middle of the pack all season. Len Goodman spent some time with him working on his footwork and his toe-pointing for the judges' pick first-round dance. "Kick a peanut!" Len told him. He and Karina Smirnoff danced a high-energy jive that was full of peanut-kicking and Jacoby pulled it off, adding his usual splits and slides. Len said the footwork was "a bit better" and it was "great entertainment." Bruno said he "brought a limitless supply of energy and power." But, he added, Jacoby "missed the beat" at times and "went flatfooted." Carrie Ann said he "brought the swagger. But I think the peanuts won." Scores: 9, 9, 9 = 27
During the cha-cha relay, the couples played tag, with Kellie going first, passing it off to Jacoby, then Aly and Zendaya. "You are all winners," said Len. "You're so diverse," said Carrie Ann, also praising each of them. Here's how they ranked: Zendaya, 5, Kellie, 4, Aly, 3, Jacoby, 2.
Zendaya and Val put on a show that included a troupe of kids helping them out. Zendaya mixed all kinds of dance for her freestyle, but didn't focus on just hip-hop, as everyone might have expected. Len loved it. Bruno said it had a "unique luminosity." Said Carrie Ann: "Way to bring it home! ... You're just divine, my dear." Scores: 10, 10, 10 = 30
Aly's freestyle was designed by Mark to be futuristic and showcase everything she has learned this season. He wanted her to use a tall metal pole to dance around and on, to highlight her strength. She was concerned. And when Mark saw how high the pole was -- up on a platform -- he was nervous. Of course, the dance was freaky and fluid and Aly flipped and jumped and twirled her way through it. "Different. Unexpected. I've never seen anything like it," said Bruno. "That was one of the most amazing routines I've seen on Dancing With the Stars," raved Carrie Ann. Len said he was dubbing her "Alexandra the Great." Scores: 10, 10, 10 = 30
Kellie and Derek took a risk by not going for any big gimmicks. Instead, he thought the freestyle should just be about her ability to dance. So instead of a fast-paced, high-jumping jive filled with tricks, as he has done in the past, the two danced barefoot using contemporary moves which showcased his strength and her beautiful lines as they told a story of a tormented couple. Did it work? The audience seemed to like it. Kellie smiled when it was over. Carrie Ann was teary and smiling and gave Kellie a big hug. "Kellie, you just bared your soul on the dance floor and it was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen." Len loved it, too, saying she drew "everyone into the performance." He stood and applauded her. Bruno called it a "contemporary work of art." Kellie called it a dance that was "all about trust." Scores: 10, 10 ("should have been an 11!"), 10 = 30
Jacoby danced shirtless in a routine that started with a stomping group and young tap dancers in a tribute to Baltimore and New Orleans. He held Karina up over his head and twirled her. Len said it had "great energy. ... well done." Bruno said it was "like watching a Mardi Gras parade down Bourbon Street," although he noticed Jacoby got off on his timing. Carrie Ann said the dance was the "right strategy" but all the bells and whistles "outshined" him. Scores: 9, 9, 9 = 27
The two-hour finale on Tuesday (ABC, 9 p.m.) will include one last "instant" dance for the stars. Scores will be added to the public vote to determine a winner.
What do you say? Who should win the Season 16 trophy?
CBS is taking the high road.
After a devastating tornado left at least 51 people dead in the Oklahoma City area today, the most-watched broadcast network yanked tonight's scheduled season finale of Mike Molly due to its now-too-close-to-home subject matter.
The episode features Melissa McCarthy and Billy Gardell's titular couple bonding as a tornado approaches Chicago.
"Due to the tragic events this afternoon in Oklahoma, we are pre-empting tonight's season finale of Mike Molly, which has
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If a picture's worth a thousand words, just how much can we infer from these GIFs of Taylor Swift?
The Red singer, who took home eight trophies at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, has become synonymous with the surprised expression she routinely makes while accepting her accolades at the podium – even showing off the signature look of shock during her May 14 cameo on New Girl.
But it turns out awestruck is just one of the many emotions Swift can display when she lets her face do the talking. Read on for more:
At Sunday's ceremony, Swift also managed to slyly steal the show from pals Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber when she inadvertently weighed in on their reunion. When the reconciled couple snuck a kiss backstage, the country star just happened to pass by – and show her discomfort at their P.D.A.
She may have kicked off February's Grammy Awards with a carnival-themed rendition of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," but Swift put on her best show from her seat in the audience, where she happily sung and danced along to the ceremony's other performers.
Practice makes perfect? More than three years after she was surprised onstage by Kanye West at the MTV Video Music Awards, Swift got a chance to fight back when presenter Oliva Munn did the same during January's People's Choice Awards, briefly refusing to give up the podium or the trophy. "This always happens," Swift quipped, while stealing her award back.
It's the kind of memorial rock stars dream of ... famed Sunset Strip nightclub Whisky a Go Go -- where The Doors got their start back in the 60s -- will be honoring Ray Manzarek on its marquee for the rest of the week, TMZ has learned.
A rep for the famed rock club tells us, the marquee memorial will stay up tonight through Saturday -- and every show
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