Brittany Murphy's Final Movie to Be Released, Erin Andrews on DWTS

Brittany Murphy's Final Movie to Be Released
PHOTO: Actress Brittany Murphy attends "Across The Hall" Los Angeles Premiere Dec. 1, 2009 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Four years after her untimely death, Brittany Murphy's final film will be released.

"Something Wicked" will hit theaters on April 4, with a limited release in Oregon before being widely released, according to E! Murphy filmed the movie in 2009 shortly before she died of pneumonia, anemia and drug intoxication in December of that year. Her husband, Simon Monjack, died five months later of pneumonia and anemia.

Erin Andrews on 'Dancing With the Stars'
PHOTO: Erin Andrews, right, hosts "Dancing with the Stars" alongside Emmy-Award Winner Tom Bergeron for its 18th season.
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"Dancing With the Stars" premiered with its new co-host Tuesday night on ABC.

Erin Andrews, a correspondent for FOX Sports, replaced Brooke Burke-Charvet on the show. The premiere included all of the banter fans have come to expect from Andrews, who appeared on Season 10 of the show as a dancer, and her dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

Mega Millions Has Two Winners

The country woke up with two new gazillionaires today.

Well, make that multi-millionaires. Winners in Florida and Maryland both struck gold with winning tickets in Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing with a jackpot of $400 million. The winning numbers were 51, 24, 11, 33, 19, and Mega Ball 7.

'Two Fat Ladies' Star Dies
PHOTO: In this file photo, Clarissa Dickson Wright, one of the Two Fat Ladies, is pictured on Aug. 13, 2008 at Le Manoir aux QuatSaisons in Oxford, England.
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It's the end of an era. A British cooking era.

Clarissa Dickson Wright, one of two stars on the British cooking show "Two Fat Ladies" died on Saturday in Edinburgh, Scotland. She was 66.

Wright and Jennifer Patterson rose to fame in middle age when they were cast as the irreverent duo in the cult hit cooking show, in which they drove around the English countryside in a motorcycle and side car. Her agents said Wright had been ill for several months, according to the New York Times.

Malaysia Airlines Search Continues

It's been more than 11 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared after taking off from Kuala Lumpur on its way to Beijing.

A massive search spanning some 2.2 million square nautical miles has turned up no solid evidence of what happened to the plane. In the absence of information, dozens of theories about what could have happened to the plane have popped up, including theories of hijacking, fire, theft and suicide.

See ABC News' full coverage of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

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