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imge1-032216.jpg Ariel Winter's mother has opened up about her decision to undergo breast reduction surgery. Speaking with Inside Edition, the 18-year-old's estranged mother Crystal Workman has revealed that she would have advised against the procedure. "I don't think anyone at that age should be cutting into their breasts. I am surprised she did it so young and that the doctor did it for her so young."

willferrell-042816.jpg Will Ferrell has signed on to play former president Ronald Reagan in a new movie called "Reagan," which plays on rumors of the commander-in-chief's flagging mental health during his second term. "When Ronald Reagan falls into dementia at the start of his second term, an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the Commander-In-Chief that he is an actor playing the President in a movie."

michael-strahan-042016.jpg Michael Strahan is set to leave "Live With Kelly and Michael" three months earlier than previously announced. The co-host of Kelly Ripa will exit the show on May 13 and begin working for "Good Morning America" later this year, according to ABC. "He'll take the summer off and GMA can integrate him early before September, and this will give Live! more time to find the co-host," a source tells Pe

imge2-020216.jpg James Corden and Stephen Colbert have both released parodies of Beyoncé's "Lemonade." Both late night hosts, along with Jimmy Kimmel, shared their takes on the "Crazy In Love" singer's new visual album. Corden's parody video is titled "Lemonjames: A Visual Monologue" and shows the late night host sporting braids, bathing, telling Trump jokes, making lemonade in a bikini and destroying TVs.

Pamela-Anderson-110413.jpg Pamela Anderson has signed on to star in the upcoming "Baywatch" movie. Co-star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announced the news via social media. "She introduced the world to 'CJ Parker' and became one of the most iconic characters of a generation - for the most successful TV show of all time," he wrote, captioning a pic of he and Pamela.

ninadobrev-042116.jpg Nina Dobrev is currently in talks to join Sony's "Flatliners" reboot starring opposite Ellen Page and Diego Luna. According to Deadline, Dobrev will fill the role of Margo, described as "an overachiever who is the top of her class." Niels Arden Oplev ("Girl With the Dragon Tattoo") is attached to direct the upcoming project.

imge2-042116.jpg Former professional wrestling star Chyna (real name Joanie Laurer) has passed away at the age of 45, according to multiple reports. According to the report, police were dispatched from a 911 call by a friend of Laurer, who said she was found not breathing inside her apartment after failing to answer her phone for several days. Laurer was pronounced dead at the scene.

michael-strahan-042016.jpg Michael Strahan will leave "Live! with Kelly and Michael" to star on "Good Morning America." In Strahan, "GMA" will see a familiar face, as he has been a frequent guest host on the show over the years. According to ABC, Strahan will now be on the show five days a week, beginning in September. He'll join co-hosts Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Lara Spencer, Amy Robach and Ginger Zee.

Jennifer-aniston-080715.jpg Jennifer Aniston has been named People Magazine's most beautiful woman of 2016. She spoke with the magazine and said that after all this time as a celebrity A-lister she is still thrilled by the honor. "I thought, 'Oh my God,'" she tells People in this week's cover story. "There was this sort of very excited, teenage-y kind of moment."

doris-roberts-041916.jpg Doris Roberts, most well-known for her role as the mother from "Everybody Loves Raymond," has died at the age of 90. According to TMZ, she passed in her L.A. home on Sunday. Roberts' rep told FOX that the actor died in her sleep. The rep added that Roberts had been healthy and active and that the cause of death was not known.

dax-shepard-041916.jpg Dax Shepard says that, as a seven-year-old boy, he was molested by an 18-year-old neighbor. The revelation came during an interview on Sirius XM's The Jason Ellis Show, in which Dax said the incident led to an identity crisis. "It took me 12 years to tell anyone," he said. "And then all that time, I was like, A. 'It's my fault,' as generic as that is, I'm like, 'It's my fault . . .'"

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