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Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston are putting split speculation to rest after having been photographed together in NYC Monday for the first time in more than two months. The last time these two were spotted,they were sunning it up in Mexico over the holidays with pals Jimmy Kimmel and Howard Stern . Theroux’s been busy filming his new HBO series The Leftovers , while Aniston’s been working on Horrible Bosses 2.
Former Bachelorette Trista Sutter knows a thing or two about The Bachelor and, like the millions of other women in America, she wasn't exactly happy with what she saw go down during the controversial finale last night. The reactions were primarily negative as viewers watched polarizing Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis present winner Nikki Ferrell with a rose, not an engagement ring. Sutter told E! News "I'm all for honesty, I'm not all for brutal honesty. When he said ‘I am 100 percent certain that I don't want to propose to you.' I'm like, ‘Who wants to hear that?!'"
Just when we thought James Franco and Seth Rogen couldn't get more cute together... they crank that bromance up a notch. Franco interviewed his buddy and fellow actor-writer-director triple threat for the
latest issue of
VMAN. Rogen was super-comfortable during the Q&A session. For instance, Rogen reveals (among other things) that he doesn't think much of all of the promotional appearances he's forced to make when he's got movies coming out.
President Barack Obama took his quest to sign young people up for health insurance to a comedy website on Tuesday, where he traded insults with host Zach Galifianakis while plugging his signature Obamacare health program. Obama sat for an interview on "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis," on the Funny or Die comedy website. The actor, who starred in "The Hangover" films, is known for his cringe-inducing banter on the program. Obama got the chance to plug his signature health care program, but not until he'd been subjected to questions like "What is it like to be the last black president?" and "What should be done about North Ikea?"