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Evening Quickies: Whitney Cummings Gets Yet Another TV Show

Whitney Cummings is getting her own weekly half-hour talk show on E! called “Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings.” Whit already stars on a sitcom, “Whitney,” and is a creator/writer of “Two Broke Girls.” We are big Whitney fans, so this is kick ass news. [US Weekly] Jessica Simpson’s $4,000-a-day birthing suite at L.A.’s [...]
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