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Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are having a ball on their The Amazing Spider-Man 2 tour! The real-life and onscreen couple appeared at an event for Earth Hour in Singapore on Saturday, where they goofed around with kids and brought attention to the organization's environmental projects. The duo lit up the party during a candle lighting ceremony and even snapped smiley selfies with fans. The cutest moment came when Emma reached down from the stage to greet kids in Spider-Man costumes. Just the day before, Andrew and costar Jamie Foxx showed us their cricket skills while filming an appearance on Extraa Innings, a popular TV show in India.
After nearly three years of marriage, Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald are getting a divorce. According to Us Weekly. The American Idol alum and Twilight star were married back in 2011 and have apparently been living separately for months. A rep for the actress told Us "After much consideration, Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald are ending their marriage. They have been living separately for the past six months due to work obligations." The rep also told Us that, "They will continue to share their love of music, and are still working on their debut album, I'm Not Falling, releasing in 2014."
There's only one Jimmy Kimmel , but there are plenty of Jimmys in the world. Long before he
hosted his own late-night show on ABC, the comedian hosted radio shows in Las Vegas, Seattle and a number of other cities. Kimmel said, "I worked in a station once where there were two other disc jockeys named Jimmy. So I became Chris Kimmel. I didn't hate it. Then I was Jimmy again. Chris Kimmel. I'd still answer to it, But in the end, I'm a Jimmy."
Someone needs to cast Neil Patrick Harris as Javert and Jason Segel as Jean Valjean immediately. Before the series finale of How I Met Your Mother, Harris and Segel appeared with their co-stars Alyson Hannigan, Josh Radnor and Cobie Smulders on Inside the Actors Studio. During the show, a student said to the actors "Since Les Mis[érables] is coming back to Broadway, I thought maybe Jason and Neil might give us a little bit of the 'Confrontation,'" The duo first performed the number back in 2006. After they quickly figured out who portrayed whom the first time around, the actors eased back into their respective roles and belted out the lyrics with complete and total conviction.

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