|Talia Castellano, Ellen DeGeneres' Cover Girl, Dead at 13|
The inspirational teen cancer patient who became an honorary Cover Girl, with the help of talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres, has died. She was 13.
The Florida teen who lost her hair to cancer treatments came to the comedian's attention after posting to YouTube a series of videos that offered practical and uplifting makeup advice.
"It is with a heavy heart that we share with all of you that Talia has earned her wings at 11:22am," her family confirmed on the girl's official fan Facebook page.
|Regis Philbin Takes TV Sports Gig|
Regis Philbin is back.
The 81-year-old television mainstay couldn't stay away from the bright lights for long. Philbin will host the sports and entertainment program "Crowd Goes Wild" on Fox Sports, a new cable network set to compete with ESPN.
The show is scheduled to premier Aug. 19.
|Adam Levine to Wed Underwear Model Behati Prinsloo|
Adam Levine isn't marrying Blake Shelton after all.
Instead, the Maroon 5 frontman and "Voice" judge is headed to the chuppa with Victoria Secret model Behati Prinsloo, according to a report in People, citing Levine's spokeswoman.
Levine, 34, and Namibian-born Prinsloo, 24, began dating a year ago but had recently split up, before reuniting and becoming engaged.
|Ralph Macchio, 51, Still Looks Like a Kid|
This will blow your mind. Ralph Macchio, the star of 1984's "Karate Kid," is 51, the same age Pat Morita was when he played Mr. Miyagi in the blockbuster film.
Macchio, still looking boyish as ever, was spotted on the red carpet at a screening of "Girl Most Likely," along with his 21-year-old daughter Julia Macchio, who appears in the film.
|Man Wrestles Shark Out of Ocean|
You know the limerick. There once was a man from Nantucket ... who wrestled a shark with his bare hands.
In an act of sheer badassery, fisherman Elliot Sudal, 24, was photographed reeling in and then wrestling to the beach a 7-foot, 200-pound shark.
"It's just like this epic battle between you and this sea beast. You can't go back to a little fish after that. Everything else is bait," Sudal told ABC News, adding that he returned the fish back to the ocean unharmed.
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