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Fourth 'Twilight' set for November 2011

Attention, Twi-Hards, mark your calendars: The fourth "Twilight" film now has a release date. "Breaking Dawn," directed by Bill Condon, hits theaters Nov. 18, 2011, E! Online reports. Still no word on if that will be the final movie in the saga. The third "Twilight" movie, "Eclipse," opens on June 30.


Hasselbeck regrets Andrews remarks

Elisabeth Hasselbeck has apologized to Erin Andrews for comments she made Tuesday about Andrews' choice of attire on "Dancing With the Stars," People magazine reports. Speaking tearfully on "The View" yesterday, Hasselbeck said she regretted the remarks, in which she said Andrews' convicted stalker - who filmed her through a hotel room peephole - could have avoided prison and seen almost as much of Andrews just by watching this season of the hit ABC dancing competition. Andrews told People after Tuesday's "DWTS" results show that Hasselbeck's remarks were "a slap in the face to victims of stalking and sexual predators."


Clarkson still most successful 'Idol'

Carrie Underwood may have sold more albums than Kelly Clarkson, but the original "American Idol" winner is still the most successful, according to Billboard. Clarkson has sold 10.6 million albums, 15.9 million tracks and has had 4.2 million radio plays, according to Billboard.com, ranking her the top graduate from "American Idol." Underwood has 11.5 million and 13.9 million for album and single sales, respectively. The country singer's also had 2.4 million radio plays since she won "Idol" in 2005.

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