Lily Allen Claims She Could Have Died Like Her Friend Amy Winehouse

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Lily Allen — who is married and expecting a child — admits that she could have gone down an entirely different path. “I’ve had nights out with Amy [Winehouse] and know exactly what used to go on. It’s so easy to get caught up in that madness.” And: “I’ve been strong enough to walk away. When Amy died, I got several texts from friends saying they were really glad I was still here, that I hadn’t died too.” [The Sun]

Bad news for Glee fans who love Lauren Zizes, the spunky, tough character played by Ashley Fink. According to insiders, her screen time will be greatly reduced this year. Spoiler alert: Zises will quit New Directions and break up with Puck. Sob. [TV Line]

Khloe Kardashian to Kris Jenner: “MOM! STOP!” Been there. [Gatecrasher]

Ashton Kutcher really, really wants you to watch the upcoming season of Two And A Half Men, and he’s using faux nudity to try and entice you. [x17]

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