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Sinead O'Connor posts pained note to Facebook page

Singer-songwriter Sinead O'Connor claimed Sunday that "a horrific set of betrayals" by her family led her to take an overdose of pills.

Irish news outlet BreakingNews.ie reported that law enforcement officials said that O'Connor is "safe and sound" and receiving medical assistance.

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Kylie Jenner posts Thanksgiving shot of the Kardashian gang, her 'blended family'
Anne Hathaway is reportedly pregnant, expecting first baby with Adam Shulman

This time around, the buzz is for real: Anne Hathaway is reportedly expecting her first child with husband Adam Shulman. 

Rumors that started a couple of months ago were confirmed to E! News by a couple of sources Friday after the actress, 33, was photographed in Beverly Hills this past week showing a decent-sized baby bump.

"Anne is in her second trimester and feeling great!"

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Kylie Jenner utters four words to shut down Tyga rumors: 'We're not broken up'

Kylie Jenner just put those "Are they or aren't they?" rumors to bed, because she's still dating rapper Tyga

In her first appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," set to air Monday, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star was peppered with questions about her romance and clarified her relationship status with the "Stimulated" emcee.

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Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik spark dating rumors with two sightings

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's latest encounter is being touted as an official date and couple-making meet-up.

The supermodel and the former One Direction singer were spotted together Tuesday as they hit West Hollywood hot spot the Nice Guy for a second time, only two days after they were both there for Justin Bieber's American Music Awards after party.

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Will Smith is 'incensed' by the state of politics, might join the fray 'in the near future'

America is the only place on Earth that Will Smith can exist, he says — and he thinks America might need his assistance in the near future, in the political arena.

"As I look at the political landscape, I think that there might be a future out there for me," the movie star told the Hollywood Reporter in a wide-ranging 45-minute podcast posted Wednesday. "They might need me out there."

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