Check out the best show moments and winners from last night's 2012 People's Choice Awards at the Nokia Theatre in L.A.
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Khloe Kardashian Drama: Robert Kardashian Swore He Was Her Father -- E! Online
Kylie Minogue Congratulates Olivier Martinez and Halle Berry's Engagement -- People
'Haywire' Star Gina Carano: Yes, My Voice Was Altered -- TMZ
Kelly Clarkson to Sing Anthem at Super Bowl -- CBS Entertainment
At the Hollywood premiere of "Joyful Noise," country star Dolly Parton showed off her famous cleavage... and a new red flower tattoo in it.
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Kardashian Shocker! Khloe Isn't Really a Kardashian? -- Examiner
Jennifer Hudson Did Not Turn Down 'Precious' Because of Weight -- TMZ
Red Hot Chili Peppers Tour Delayed Due to Anthony Kiedis' Foot Injury -- E! Online
Why 'Dark Knight Rises' Tickets Started Selling Early -- The Hollywood Reporter
"Extra" correspondent Adrianna Costa caught up with the Kardashian women at the opening of their "Kardashian Khaos" boutique in Las Vegas, where they talked about Kourtney's pregnancy, the Barbara Walters interview -- and Kim's recent humanitarian trip to Haiti.
"It was such an amazing experience going for We Advance," said Kim. "The spirits of everyone there, despite the conditions they have been living in, is like nothing I've ever seen before."
Host Barbara Walters chatted with "The View" ladies Wednesday about her "The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011" list - including the Kardashian women.
Walters said she didn't think Kim exactly lied about her troubled marriage to Kris Humphries when the reality star said "Married life is good" -- it was just bad timing.
Barbara explained, "It's not that she lied, that was the first interview that we did. We did it in October," three weeks before Kim filed for divorce on October 31.
It looks like the Kardashians are turning son-in-law Lamar Odom's trade to the Mavericks into another lucrative venture.
According to TMZ, the entrepreneurial family is planning to open up a Kardashian store in the Dallas area, and they're already searching for a location.
Billionaire entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban stopped by The Grove to chat exclusively with "Extra" host Mario Lopez about L.A. Lakers player Lamar Odom's move to the Mavericks.
"When the opportunity came up to get Lamar Odom -- he's 6'11", creative, talented -- I could not say no," said Cuban. "You know me. I like to win, always."
How did the trade go down? "We didn't even know he was available. He's a great player, so you always want a player like that. Literally, the deal went down, start to finish, in maybe three to four hours. We had no idea it was going to happen."
Here are three highlights from Sunday night's episode of "Kim and Kourtney Take NY."
1. Younger sister Khloé played therapist to Kim and Kourtney, helping them with their relationship troubles.
2. After hearing that Kim and Kris barely lived together, Khloé convinced Kim to see Kris in Minnesota.
3. Kim was less than thrilled after Khloé woke her up from a nap, and after some drama ensued, Kim emailed Khloé, calling her "an ugly little troll."
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Lady Gaga Honored at 'Trevor Live' Benefit -- The Hollywood Reporter
'Breaking Dawn' No.1 Third Week in a Row with $16.9 Million -- CNN Entertainment
Tiger Woods Ends Two-Year Victory Drought -- Boston Globe
Adele Beats Amy Winehouse's Album Sales Record -- The Telegraph
Reality television's most famous sisters cover the December issue of Glamour magazine, with soon-to-be divorced Kim Kardashian revealing, "I believe in love and the dream of having a perfect relationship, but my idea of it has changed. I think I need to not live in a fairy tale like that. I think I maybe need to just snap out of it and be more realistic."
Kim, 31, went on to say to Khloe and Kourtney, "I always wanted what Mom and Dad had. And at first I was like, I want six kids. Then I went down to four, then I was down to three, and now I'm like, maybe I won't have any. Maybe I'll just be a good aunt."