The Social Climber: Shailene Woodley Worried She Was 'Awful' Actress
June 12, 2014
By ABC News
Shailene Woodley Worried She Was 'Awful' Actress
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One of the biggest draws at the box office this week worried recently that she was actually "awful" at acting.
"The Fault in Our Stars" actress Shailene Woodley told Vanity Fair this month that she was cut from her role as Mary Jane Watson in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and, when she found out, she was panicked.
"For a few hours it was literally like, 'Oh, my God, was I awful? Why did they cut me? What are people going to think?'" she said, according to E! "I woke up the next morning and I was like, 'O.K., it makes total sense. ... I'm a pretty spiritual person, so I can just sit back and trust that everything happens for a reason, even if my ego doesn't like it."
Floyd Mayweather Knocks Out Big Paydays
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Boxing great Floyd Mayweather is the champion of Forbes' highest paid athletes list released today.
The fighter earned $105 million during the past year for about 72 minutes of actual work in the ring, according to the list. This is the second time Mayweather has topped the list in three years, and joins Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Michael Shumacher and Mike Tyson as those that have earned more than $100 million.
'Full House' Star Dave Coulier Engaged
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Uncle Joey's found a wife.
"Full House" star Dave Coulier is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Melissa Bring, according to Us Weekly.
"Melissa has been my best friend since I met her nine years ago," Coulier told the magazine. "I feel like the luckiest man on the planet. I get to marry my best friend, and she doesn't mind that I have a really bad gas problem."
Does this mean we can call her Aunt Melissa?
Maddie McCann Search Turns Up Empty
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A new search for evidence in the Madeleine McCann case has come up empty, according to Yahoo News.
Portuguese and British authorities searched a patch of land near the resort in southern Portugal where the British toddler went missing seven years ago.
Back in ancient times, there were fish with absolutely no jaws or teeth, according to new research in the journal Nature. Researchers announced that fossils found in British Columbia were those of one of the earliest known fishes, called Metaspriggina, that was about two inches long and lived some 515 to 550 million years ago, according to the AP.