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Demi Moore Planning a Career Comeback!

Demi Moore Planning a Career Comeback!

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Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala - ArrivalsDEMI Moore is planning a comeback!

The actress has laid low ever since her split from Ashton Kutcher, and is now planning to get her career back on track, RadarOnline reports.

“Demi is loving her new reclusive lifestyle because she realizes how overexposed she was when she was with Ashton,” a source said.

“Now there’s a real demand for her. She’s learning that female fans really identify with her and hate the way Ashton behaved. The public wants more — of Demi!

“Demi is insisting on laying low … [until] the fall. And she plans to re-emerge with a message.”

“She is reinventing herself and that includes her look.

“She’s slowly trying to put on healthy weight and muscle and is looking more like the ‘old Demi and not the underfed, half-starved ‘Mrs. Kutcher.’”

“When she does re-enter public life, she is going to be ready to talk about her body and the issues she’s had with it over the years.

“Her new catchphrase is, ‘Be honest– about everything!’ It’s a new approach her fans are sure to love!”

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Mindy Kaling Not Planning to Lose Weight

Mindy Kaling Not Planning to Lose Weight

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2014 PaleyFest - "The Mindy Project" - ArrivalsMINDY Kaling doesn’t see a need to be “skinny.”

The 34-year-old Mindy Project star told Vogue magazine that she isn’t planning to lose weight.

“There’s a whole list of things I would probably change about myself. For example, I’m always trying to lose 15 pounds.

“But I never need to be skinny. I don’t want to be skinny. I’m constantly in a state of self-improvement, but I don’t beat myself up over it.”

Mindy — a six-time Emmy nominee — confesses that her style does change depending on her size.

“When I’m at my thinnest, I tend to wear things that don’t show off my body,” she said.

“But when I’m bigger, I’ll go body-con, which comes from a place of ‘This is my perimeter, in case you were wondering if I was actually much bigger’.

“It’s really tempting not to take chances. But I don’t want to be fearful. I don’t want my tombstone to say: ‘She hid her imperfections well on the red carpet.’”

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Kanye West Planning Kim Kardashian Wedding

Kanye West Planning Kim Kardashian Wedding

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Kim Kardashian 33rd Birthday Celebration at Tao Nightclub in Las Vegas on October 25, 2013KANYE West really is taking charge when it comes to organizing his wedding to Kim Kardashian.

According to a new report, Kanye is planning the whole thing, and is also in charge of picking out Kim’s wedding gown!

Kim and Kanye will tie-the-knot in May this year, because Kim wants to start trying for another baby ASAP, and doesn’t want to be a pregnant bride.

Kim reportedly debated being a pregnant bride, but nixed the idea and decided to move the wedding up a few months so she could try for baby number two this summer.

“The goal now is to start trying after they get married,” says a source.

The wedding will cost roughly around $30 million and all of their celeb friends — including Jay-Z and Beyonce — will be there.

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Terminally Ill Woman Travels Cross-Country to Legally Marry Her Partner

11/18/2013 at 06:45 PM EST

About three weeks ago, Kristen Eberhard had prepared her goodbyes.

The Woodstock, N.Y., resident, 48, packed her bags and headed west to Boulder, Colo., to spend time with her terminally ill cousin Lisa Dumaw, 47, during what was presumed to be her final days.

Dumaw, a retired attorney, was hospice-bound, following a five-year battle with ovarian cancer. At 90 lbs., she was no longer able to eat. Even though she was sick, Dumaw’s time with Eberhard was meaningful and enjoyable.

“We talked about everything,” Eberhard tells PEOPLE. “We laughed about the past, we cried, we talked about death, frustration, regrets. It was pretty intense. And at one point, I asked her if she and her partner had ever thought about getting married.”

Dumaw has been in a committed relationship with Therese Pieper – who she met through friends at a Halloween party – for 15 years, and when Eberhard returned from her trip, the unthinkable happened.

Planning a Wedding

“She called me after I got home from Boulder and asked if I was going to be in Woodstock on this [particular] weekend,” Eberhard says of her cousin, who was now functioning slightly better by means of a doctor-prescribed steroid. “And I thought to myself, ‘Oh, my god. You’re not really going to do this.’ She said ‘yeah,’ she was going to do it.”

And just like that, Eberhard, her local community and her friends and family got to immediate wedding planning.

“I think it’s the resilience of the human spirit,” she says. “When you hear a story like this and you realize that someone who has been in such a committed, loving relationship has to go to these extremes to marry her partner, [it’s ridiculous]. She wants her partner to have those benefits, legally.”

Loving Partnership

Arriving on a Wednesday night, the couple was taken to obtain their marriage license the following morning. They had a 24-hour wait period and were then free to wed on Friday in a special ceremony that took place in Eberhard’s living room.

“Her partner is so loving and doting on her,” Eberhard says of Pieper. “She rubs her feet with essential oils and she makes her teas and broths. When I was visiting and my cousin couldn’t eat, her partner was cooking her broths. She’s very, very loving.”

Unfortunately, the beautiful weekend concluded with a hospital visit.

“Sunday morning, I was in the emergency room with them,” Eberhard says. “That was a harsh wakeup call. We were in this magical little wedding bubble.”

Dreams Do Come True

And when she dropped them off at the airport, “I knew this time I wasn’t going to see her again,” Eberhard says. “It was different. How do you say goodbye to someone when you really know? In a way, it’s a gift because you can make sure you have those [important] conversations beforehand, but on the other hand, I didn’t want to upset her getting onto the plane, but then I got in my car and cried.”

As for Dumaw’s wife, “Therese obviously knows that every minute counts and every minute is precious and that the end is in sight – but at the same time, she balances that with a belief in miracles,” Eberhard explains. “I think even when you’re staring cancer in the face, you’ve always got to hold on to something. It’s not over ’til it’s over.”

In fact, the couple still has hopes of honeymooning.

“They are dreaming of warm beach breezes and Key West,” Eberhard says. “And who knows? Dreams do come true!”

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