Emmy Shockers, Royal Fam Heads To London: The Week in Showbiz

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    From left to right: Stephen Colbert, Halle Berry, Cory Monteith

    Has the Royal Birth Begun?

    Will and Kate were spotted on Friday leaving her family home in Bucklebury and heading for London, according to Us Weekly. This is the first we've seen of Kate since she went into maternity leave in mid-June and is the first sign that the royal baby is on its way. Take a look at how the city has been preparing for the occasion.

    Emmy Nods: Snubs and Surprises

    Who scored big and who got left out? Get the scoop on the 2013 Emmy nominations.

    Colbert: Where’s Your “Self-Comptrol,” Spitzer?

    Late-night comedy host Stephen Colbert grilled New York comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer, asking the question on everyone’s mind: “Shouldn't the job of comptroller go to someone who has shown a modicum of self-comptrol?"

    Superheroes, Supervillains and Superfans: Comic-Con 2013

    From “Superman” doppelgangers to “Star Wars” origami, check out highlights from this year’s Comic-Con and take a look at what’s on the agenda for this colorful event.

    Deen Fans Butter Her Up: “A Company Without Paula Is Like a Wrapper Without Butter”

    To show their support of the butter-loving chef, dedicated Paula Deen fans have started sending cleaned and folded butter wrappers to companies that gave the Southern chef the boot.

    “Sharknado” Bites Back With Sequel

    Generating nearly 5,000 tweets per minute at its peak, the Syfy thriller’s debut splash was so big that it’s returning for seconds. A “Sharknado” sequel is set to be released in 2014.

    Halle Berry Gets Hitched!

    Halle Berry and longtime beau Olivier Martinez wed in France over the weekend. Sorry, boys, this “Catwoman” is officially off the market. Let’s hope she can make this one last.

    Autopsy Confirms Cory Monteith’s Cause of Death

    The beloved “Glee” star died from a mix of alcohol and heroin, according to authorities. Monteith’s untimely death came as a shock to many, and those close to him found ways to pay public tribute.

    Bruce Springsteen Honors Trayvon Martin

    In the aftermath of the George Zimmerman acquittal, Bruce Springsteen dedicated his song “American Skin (41 Shots)” to Martin during a concert in Ireland.

    Rolling Stone Rock-and-Roll-ifies Boston Bombing Suspect

    The August cover of Rolling Stone magazine features Boston bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev. Critics say the photo glamorizes Tsarnaev, and some retailers are refusing to carry the issue.