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Here's our daily wrap for Friday, October 18:
Gweneth Paltrow’s love affair with Miami billionaire Jeff Soffer, will be exposed in Vanity Fair’s upcoming profile despite the starlet’s plea for privacy. Paltrow refused to participate in the piece by Vanessa Grigoriadis, because of a history of negative portrayals of other celebrities. Vanity Fair’s editor-in-chief says the profile will also cover a running feud with Madonna.
Vince Vaughn’s box office dry-spell may have caused his upcoming project, Term Life to face the axe. Universal Pictures announced the film surrounding Vaughn running from a hit man long enough for his insurance to kick in to save his daughter’s life, will not happen. There is also speculation that executive switches could also be a reason why the film was cancelled. Vaughn can still be seen in Delivery Man in November and Anchorman: The Legend Continues in December.
A manhunt for two convicted murderers is underway in Florida. Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker were both mistakenly released from a Florida prison after the two forged custody forms that lead to their mistaken freedom. The 34 year-olds are now being called escapees as they managed to come up with an ingenious way to escape the system.
A deceased fetus was discovered in the bag of a teenage girl in Manhattan. Tiona Rodriguez was caught shoplifting with her friend when the body of the baby was discovered under the stolen merchandise from Victoria’s Secret in Herald Square. Rodriguez claims she had miscarried the night before and did not know what to do with the body. Both the girls were arrested and charged with criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.
Lady Gaga has found herself a new set of monsters after joining forces with The Muppets for an ABC holiday special. Lady Gaga and The Muppets Holiday Spectacular will not only feature Gaga and the beloved Muppets, but appearances by Elton John, RuPaul and Joseph Gordon-Levitt can also be expected. The holiday event will air Thanksgiving, Nov. 28 at 9:30 p.m. on ABC.