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Josh Groban

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    There’s a Reason Natalie Portman Is Keeping Her Ballet Lover a SecretIt’s another ballet dancer.
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    Marilyn Manson Will See How You Feel About Free Speech When He’s Staring You Down With His Weird EyeAlso, Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds have their first public fight, Taylor Momsen eats teenage boys for breakfast, and Kid Rock thinks Twitter is “gay,” in today’s gossip roundup.
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    Josh Groban’s Lyrics Need Some Work“This is going to be a really terrible rhyme.”
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    Nelson Mandela Can Make People Feel Like They’re LevitatingHe made Alfre Woodard feel like she “came undone.”
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    In Which D.C. Stands for the ‘District of Celebrities’They are all there, basking in the O-Man’s glory. Except Paris Hilton, who’s at Sundance.
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    Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘I’m F—ing Ben Affleck’ Confirms Our Celebrity Suspicions You know how you kind of wonder whether celebrities are all friends with one another? Like, do they all go to each other’s houses in Los Angeles and play parlor games on Saturday nights? Has Natalie Portman, for example, ever had to do Benicio Del Toro during the charades portion of Celebrity — which required her to point at her friend Scarlett Johansson sitting on the couch and then do a pantomime of having sex in an elevator? Well, we’ve always imagined life in La La Land to be like that. You know, like everyone has sort of all slept together and given one another weird, unfunny nicknames. And sometimes there are moments in pop culture that confirm our suspicions. This weekend had one of them, and it wasn’t the Oscars. No, the biggest clue that being famous is like being on the indoor-track team in high school was actually Jimmy Kimmel’s brilliant musical debut, “I’m Fucking Ben Affleck.” It was, of course, a follow-up to Sarah Silverman’s “I’m Fucking Matt Damon,” and although the musical caliber is a lot lower, the self-loving celebrity rate is off the charts. Click above to enjoy. It’s like Ocean’s Twelve, but watchable.
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    We Are the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, and It Is Us A gazillion people showed up at Rockefeller Center last night to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the annual tree-lighting ceremony, and the dawn of what we truly believe is the most wonderful time of the year: the season in which tourists wait in long, miserable lines in order to fall on their asses and slide embarrassingly across a cold sheet of ice. As the lights twinkled in the night sky, Josh Groban, whose holiday album Noel is No. 1, thanks to Oprah, was feeling philosophical. “Every year I kind of say to myself, ‘What a beautiful tree,’” he told New York. “It’s great that it’s on display, but I mean the tree doesn’t know that that’s the best it is ever going to look. It’s just a living thing. You know?” —Catherine Coreno