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Supermodel Heidi Klum may have retired from strutting stuff for lingerie giant Victoria's Secrets, but that doesn't mean she's finished with modelling. The ex-Victoria's Secret model will just be wearing a bit more clothing now. She will soon be back as the face of Ann Taylor, taking over for current model Naomi Watts. "I love dressing up!" Klum tells E! News. "If you're going to a party, why not make the most of it? This new collection is all about luxurious fabric, really great styles. "
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She's barely a single woman but Courteney Cox is already getting a $1 million offer to become the new face of a dating website, one that specialises in hooking up older women with younger men. Cox made her separation from David Arquette public on Monday. Her personal "circumstances" and the fact that she stars in Cougar Town - make her the perfect candidate. Cougar Town is an American sitcom whose central character is a divorced woman who re-enters the dating scene with younger men.
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As BBC Worldwide Productions India readies to put the fourth season of popular dance reality show, Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, on Sony Entertainment, rumours are flying thick on who will be seen on the dance floor. It is believed that the show's producers are in conversation with stars like Madhuri Dixit, Deepika Padukone and Sonu Sood. An interesting addition would be political stars who would try their hand at dancing this new season.
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