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Dame Helen Mirren is one class act. The actress fulfilled a 10-year-old boy’s dying wish to have afternoon tea with Queen Elizabeth by posing as Her Royal Highness and visiting with the young man.
When Her Majesty was unable to accommodate the child, Mirren, who won the Best Actress in 2006 for portraying Queen Elizabeth II in “The Queen,” stepped in and invited Burton and his family to see her performance as Queen Elizabeth II in a play she's currently in called "The Audience."
Co-starring alongside Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms for a third time in "Hangover 3," Zach Galifianakis has become one of the most well-known comedians in the industry, but did you know he once wrote for "Saturday Night Live"!
Find out more interesting facts about the "Between Two Ferns" star.
Check out Zach in "Hangover 3" -- in theaters on May 24.
Shelton, an Oklahoma native, told “Extra” about the duet. “It was rough. Luckily, Miranda happened to be in town. A lot of different producers came up to me and said do you want to do something for Oklahoma, and I said ‘Absolutely.’ I told Miranda we should just do ‘Over You,’ -- that’s a perfect tribute to what a lot of people are going through.”
Did Brad Pitt slam his marriage to Jennifer Aniston again? Not exactly.
The “World War Z” star gave a candid interview to Esquire magazine for their June/July issue, in which the actor talks about family, friends and the years he felt he wasted.
Speaking with “Good Morning America” on Wednesday, Prody, 34, said she tried to leave. "If I did, he would find me. The only place I had to go was to friends of ours. He would come by… threaten, manipulate. I had no choice at that point. I had nowhere to go."
Prody also says she believes O.J. killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in 1994. "It took me many years to realize and face that hard, terrible truth. Things he's mentioned about Nicole, how she had it coming because of her lifestyle and who she hung out with, mainly Ron Goldman, I guess."
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“Man of Steel” blasts into theaters June 14.