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Lauren Huff

Lauren Huff is a writer at Entertainment Weekly with over a decade of experience covering all facets of the entertainment industry. After graduating with honors from the University of Texas at Austin (Hook 'em, Horns!), Lauren wrote about film, television, awards season, music, and more for the likes of The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline Hollywood, Us Weekly, Awards Circuit, and others before landing at EW in May 2019.
Plus, she spills the beans on that time she met Oprah and President Obama in the same weekend.
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Plus, the weird coincidence behind their Harry Styles cover.
Can you guess which famous face is under each mask?
The rapper will reportedly pay $200,000 per month in child support.
See who took home the top prizes from the 2022 Gotham Awards.
The singer and actress called her 2004 split with Affleck "the biggest heartbreak of my life."
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The comedian and TV host also reveals her hopes for starting a singing career, and why she wants to do it under a different name.
"I promise, I promise, I promise I will have it done before the end of this year," the celeb under the mask tells EW.
The singer and actress called her 2004 split with Affleck "the biggest heartbreak of my life."
The comedian and TV host also reveals her hopes for starting a singing career, and why she wants to do it under a different name.
"I promise, I promise, I promise I will have it done before the end of this year," the celeb under the mask tells EW.
The celeb under the mask also explains why she stepped back from acting to devote her life to rescuing dogs.
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The husband-and-wife stars of the reality show Chrisley Knows Best each received 16 months of probation as well.
From plot details to who's playing who and more, here's everything you need to know about the upcoming fifth Indiana Jones entry.
'We feel we owe it to everyone to share some information to explain what happened.'
Plus, who made it out alive in this season's final episodes.
The celeb under the mask tells EW he's going for a drink with Dr. Drew to laugh over their respective performances on the show.
The celeb under the mask tells EW he thought "the show was so stupid" at first. "Like, why would anybody even want to be on this? And then you realize that it's actually a lot of fun."
"I had to be coaxed into it. My dear wife stayed on me," the celeb under the mask tells EW.
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The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer under the mask says he's wanted to do the show ever since he saw T-Pain and Gladys Knight compete.
Plus, Bruce Miller also explains why this is the most romantic Nick and June season yet.
Cook and his bandmates sold some 80 million albums and charted dozens of hits over the years.
Hall of Fame night will honor the beloved guest panelist, who died last month at 67.
The 'Deadpool' star performed 'Tomorrow' from the musical 'Annie' as a unicorn.
Twenty-seven years later, Cher and Dionne are still tight.
From her self-titled debut to Midnights.