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Kristen Stewart outside the Ed Sullivan Theatre for the 'Late Show With David Letterman' to promote her new movie The Twilight Saga: Eclipse in New York City on June 28, 2010. Twilight breaks free at midnight!
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Lindsay Lohan's family is heading back to TV - the actress' mother and her siblings have landed a deal to star in a new reality show.
Lohan's mother Dina previously appeared in Living Lohan, which focused on 16-year-old Ali's attempts to break into showbusiness.
The show ran for one season in 2008, amid scathing reviews from TV critics.
But the famous family is giving reality TV another go with plans for a brand new show, which Dina claims will also feature the Mean Girls star in several episodes.
Dina tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "We have already started filming. The cameras follow us in our daily lives and as we promote our businesses. I want to prove that we are a good, hardworking family and we don't have the crazy lives that some people claim we do.
"The show will feature my kids, and Lindsay will also appear in some episodes, although she's very busy filming and promoting her fashion lines. We're discussing a deal with a major network."
Lindsay arrived at L.A Memorial Coliseum in Downtown for Electric Daisy Carnival party in Los Angeles on June 26, 2010 looking stunning!
The actress plays a vampire's girlfriend in True Blood and the show's storylines often see her feasting on a red corn syrup mixture which has long been used in movies and TV.
Paquin admits she was delighted when producers offered her a sugar-free alternative, but soon regretted her decision.
She tells Self magazine, "I get a kick out it, but the actual blood makes me want to gag! It's kind of a sweet corn syrup, I think, with an aftertaste that's less than pleasant after the 10th take. In season one, they asked me if I wanted sugar or sugar-free. I was like, 'Sugar-free blood? Sounds great!'
"It only tastes like the latex tubes it's coming through. By the next scene I was feeding ravenously... so I drank probably a gallon. Never again!"
The Diff'rent Strokes star, who suffered from a congenital kidney disease, was admitted to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center on Wednesday May 26 following a fall at his home.
He was fully conscious after the accident but his condition gradually worsened. On Thursday May 27 his manager, John Alcantar, revealed he was "unconscious and on life support".
Coleman's wife Shannon decided to take him off life support early on Friday May 28 and he died at around 12.05pm (local time) from an intracranial hemorrhage.
A statement released by hospital officials reads: "Family members and close friends were at his side when life support was terminated.
"Family members express their appreciation and gratitude for the support and prayers that have been expressed for Gary and for them."
A press conference is scheduled to be held at the hospital on Friday afternoon.
The spooky CBS series became the latest victim of America's widespread TV cull when it was axed last week but fans were hopeful it could be brought back from the dead after ABC bosses expressed an interest in continuing the program.
But executive producers Kim Moses and Ian Sander have now confirmed attempts to negotiate a deal have failed.
A statement from the pair, obtained by Deadline.com, reads, "After five wonderful seasons and over 100 episodes, we are disappointed to announce Ghost Whisperer will not be returning for a sixth season. We've had an incredible experience and owe a debt of gratitude to everyone involved."