'Full House' Cast Hanging Out Again, Kanye's Mad at Kimmel

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Candace Cameron Bure Posts Photo of 'Full House' Cast Hanging Out... Again
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PHOTO: Candace Cameron Bure
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Oh, 'Full House' cast. Did you miss your old familiar friends, waiting just around the bend?

Sure seems that way after Candace Cameron Bure, the ever-delightful "D.J. Tanner" on the hit 90s show, posted a photo of a reunion among the cast, including John Stamos and Bob Sackett, at the Starlight Awards in L.A. earlier this week.

In fact, seems the cast of America's favorite illegally-overcrowded house has been hanging out a lot lately. Bure said recently she and her on-screen BFF, "Kimmy Gibler," AKA Andrea Barber, went to a New Kids on the Block Concert. John Stamos smooched on-screen romance to Lori Loughlin during an appearance on Jimmy Fallon this summer. And various cast members have been fervently Instagramming photos of the group hanging out for the past few months.

If all of this leads you to one question, then we're on the same page: when's the reunion show, guys?!

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Kanye West's Twitter Rant Against Jimmy Kimmel
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PHOTO: Kanye West Takes To Twitter Over Kimmel Sketch
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There was Biggie versus Tupac, Nicky Minaj versus Lil' Kim, and now let there be Kanye versus Kimmel in the next great hip hop feud of our day.

After Jimmy Kimmel poked fun at an interview Kanye West did on the Kimmel show earlier this week, West lashed out on Twitter and, according to Kimmel, by phone.

"He is very angry because of a bit we aired this week," Kimmel said.

"Jimmy Kimmel is out of line to try and spoof in any way the first piece of honest media in years," Kanye tweeted. "I don't take it as a joke ... You don't have scum bags hopping over fences trying to take pictures of your daughter."

Are you Team Kanye or Team Kimmel?

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Mariano Rivera's Last Home Game at Yankee Stadium
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PHOTO: Mariano Rivera
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We're gonna miss you, Mo.

Mariano Rivera, called the greatest closer in all of baseball history, pitched his last game as a Yankee in the Bronx last night, and walked away to the loudest cheers Yankee Stadium has heard all season.

Mo grabbed a handful of dirt off the pitcher's mound as he was escorted off at the close of the eighth inning by his long-time teammates Derek Jeter and Andy Petite. "I was so thankful they came out," said Rivera, who cried when they reached the mound.

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Sandra Bullock's Dapper Date to Hollywood Walk of Fame
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I mean, really, who doesn't love Sandra Bullock?

Hollywood does. Bullock planted her hands into the famous sidewalk at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood yesterday to become part of Hollywood's elite.

Louis does. The dapper young dude accompanied his mom to the handprint ceremony in a gray suit and black-and-white Converse kicks.

And audiences certainly do, as Bullock's new film Gravity is poised to pull in $35 to $40 million in its opening weekend, according ot the Hollywood Reporter.

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Barilla Faces Boycott Over Gay Comments
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PHOTO: Barilla president apologizes for anti-gay remarks
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Mama mia! This is one mess a warm bowl of pasta can't fix.

After the president of Barilla pasta said he would never feature a gay family in ad for pasta and didn't support gay adoption earlier this week, Twitter users and pasta buyers around the world lashed out, as the phrase "boicottabarilla" (or "Boycott Barilla") began trending on the social network.

Guido Barilla tried to walk back his comments, but users said they would switch their noodle brand and never look back.

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Daryl Hannah Reveals Autism Disorder
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Daryl Hannah talked about growing up with Autism and how she struggled with "debilitating shyness" in an interview this week.

The actress, known for movies like "Splash" and "Blade Runner," told People magazine she is now able to manage her symptoms.

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