Jen Arnold, who stars on the TLC reality show "The Little Couple" along with husband Bill Klein, has announced that her cancer is in remission. When the stars aren't on the red carpet, you'll more than likely find them on set filming their next great blockbuster.

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When Donald announced his candidacy, Melania made it clear she was not going to be a part of the campaign. "I have a lot on my plate right now, and I'm busy enough," she told . I have a chef, and I have my assistant, and that's it. You know, those hours with your child are really important ones, even if it's just the two of you, being quiet in the car together." Melania revealed in an interview with that she’s very involved in her son’s life and travels to his school for drop-offs, pick-ups, and school events.

She told "I'm choosing not to go political in public because that is my husband's job. She has, however, weighed in a few political matters.

James Franco is adding another hyphenate in front of his name, launching his own acting school, Studio, 4, at North Hollywood’s Playhouse West, first reported.

David Beckham has exercised his option to purchase a Major League Soccer expansion team in Miami, and the deal with the former English national team captain will be finalized when he can secure a financing plan and location for a new stadium.

Zorcic told ABC, "Nobody believed 20 years ago that she would live at the top of the world, on Fifth Avenue in Trump Tower — even her! "I said, 'I am not giving you my number; you give me yours, and I will call you.' I wanted to see what kind of number he would give me — if it was a business number, what is this? It wasn't a big deal." They have one son together, Barron, who is 10.

" From Milan, her career quickly took off, and in the coming years, she appeared on the covers of magazines like They met in November 1998 at a Fashion Week party in Manhattan. I'm not doing business with you," she recalled in in 2016. Oh, and in case you were wondering about their sex life — it's fantastic.

Steve Bannon provoked lots of chatter for telling Charlie Rose on "60 Minutes" that President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey may have been the worst mistake in "modern political history." What's intriguing is the reason he said it: the belief of some close White House allies that special counsel Bob Mueller, whose appointment was triggered by Comey's ouster, could use events surrounding the firing to make an obstruction of justice case against Trump.

There's a good reason that Vice President Pence has hired a lawyer, Bannon freaked out about the decision, and Mueller plans to interview a slew of current and former West Wing aides: They were with Trump during those frantic days, and know what he was saying and what was on his mind.

Statements by Trump lawyers tend to rattle, rather than reassure, White House allies.

The hardest working man in showbiz just landed yet another part-time job.

She was dragged into the news in March 2016, unfortunately, after an anti-Trump super PAC insinuated that Donald is unfit to be president because his wife has posed nude for magazines.