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    It's no secret Megan Fox and Michael Bay have had their differences in the past when they worked together on the Transformers franchise.
    But now that they've set their conflicts aside, the two teamed up again for the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and now the actress has nothing but great things to say about Michael, saying:
    "He was one of the most lovely people that I dealt with in making this movie. I’ve always loved Michael. We’ve had our battles in the past but even when I’ve been really outspoken about difficulties we’ve had, I’ve always followed up by saying that I have a particular affinity to him."
    Conan O'Brien won't be too shy to strip down as host of the MTV Movie Awards.
    During a break from rehearsing for Sunday's fan-favorite ceremony, the host of TBS's "Conan" joked, "My body is in incredible shape, and you might be seeing some of that on the show."
    This year's ceremony will honor the winners in such silly categories as best kiss, best fight and best shirtless performance. The funnyman noted the over-the-top MTV ceremony won't be comparable to his tenure as host of the Emmys in 2002 and 2006. The biggest difference? Lots of special effects on the show's apocalypse-themed stage, which includes a giant 5,000-pound bucket of fake popcorn and a sign that lights on fire.
    As O'Brien said, "It's the most flames I've ever been around in my life."
    The Purple One doesn't make the trek out to Coachella for just any performance ... but when it's rap duo Outkast reuniting after 8 years, Prince makes an exception. Big Boi and Andre 3000 headlined night one of the annual concert -- performing their biggest hits like " Bombs Over Baghdad " and " So Fresh, So Clean ." Halfway through the gig Andre got all fanboy when he couldn't resist telling the crowd his idol Prince was watching from the side of the stage. It's pretty cool to see him so humbled. Hootie hoo!
    It was reported recently that Mickey Rooney only had about $18,000 when he died, but according to a source, he may be worth more dead than alive.
    According to this insider, Mickey's stepson Mark could stand to make millions through endorsement deals, saying:
    "Mickey named his stepson, Mark, along with his wife as the sole beneficiaries of his estate…This includes using Mickey’s name and/or likeness in the future. In Mickey’s will, he specifically stated that no one from his family, including wife Jan, or any of his eight children, could profit off his name. This was left to Mark…Although Mark isn’t currently seeking endorsement deals or possible products to align Mickey’s name to at this point, it’s something that will definitely be looked into."