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Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 6:18pm

Entertainment

The Spice Girls are back

The Spice Girls got together in London on Tuesday for one epic reunion. They also got together to announce a new stage musical based on their songs, fame, and friendship.

Alex Trebek suffered a mild heart attack

Alex Trebek spent the weekend in the hospital. The long-time Jeopardy host is recovering after suffering a mild heart attack. The 71 year old was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Saturday.

"The Arsenio Hall Show" is coming back

Arsenio Hall is returning to late night TV. He made the announcement Monday night on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight.

Jack Osbourne diagnosed with MS

Jack Osbourne has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The 26 year old told People magazine he learned of his illness 2 weeks after the birth of his daughter Pearl with his fiancée Lisa Stelly.

Actress Yvette Wilson dies at 46

Actress Yvette Wilson has died on Thursday due to her battle with cervical cancer.

‘The Butler’ sets up in Big Easy with mega-star cast

The next big blockbuster hit has set up shop in the Big Easy. Along with an interesting plot, the film is chock full of mega-celebrities, including one of the richest women in the world.

"Green Acres" actor dies at 96

Actor Frank Cady, best known for his recurring role as "Mr. Drucker" in three 1960's CBS comedies dies at 96.

Arquette and Cox calling it quits

Courteney Cox and David Arquette are a step closer to officially ending their marriage. Arquette filed for divorce from Cox in Los Angeles Superior Court, according to People Magazine.

Amanda Bynes asks President Obama for help

After pleading not guilty to a DUI charge Amanda Bynes is asking President Obama to intervene.

Richard Dawson dies at 79

Richard Dawson, the popular game show host of Family Feud and actor known for his wit and charm has died. Dawson passed away from complications of esophageal cancer on Saturday at an L.A. hospital.