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Too busy dodging marriage talk to check out this weekend's entertainment news? No worries. We've got all the engagement news, Sundance scoop and more right here.

James Franco celebrated the debut of Three's Company: The Drama inside of the Sundance Film Festival's Playboy Lounge, and sported an um, interesting wig or two.

Skins' controversial subject matter caused advertisers like Wrigley, Taco Bell and General Motors to remove ads from the buzzed-about MTV show's airtime.

Dancing With the Stars alum Aaron Carter checked into rehab.

Take a look at which of one of the Spice Girls is prepping for a walk down the aisle. Speaking of engagements, Halle Berry's ex, Eric Benet, announced his pending nuptials to Prince's ex-wife, Manuela Testolini Saturday.

Judd Apatow talked Ricky Gervais and The King's Speech took home the Darryl F. Zanuck Award at the Producer's Guild Awards Saturday, beating out awards season frontrunner The Social Network.

No Strings Attached rocked this weekend's box office with $20.3 million, followed by The Green Hornet at $18.1 million and comedy flick The Dilemma at $9.7 million.

• We revealed our Oscar noms and snubs predictions, and while we were at it gave you a sneak peek at Scream 4.

George Clooney dished on his thoughts of getting married for a second time.

Bill Clinton stopped by to hang out with famous friends like Cameron Diaz.

Zsa Zsa Gabor was released from the hospital Saturday, following a successful leg amputation surgery.

• MSNBC parted ways with host Keith Olbermann, with the network announcing that Friday's Countdown would be his last.

• TV's original fitness guru Jack LaLanne died at age 96.

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