Buzzmakers: Kate Middleton & 'The Bachelorette'

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The Duchess of Cambridge kicked off the London 2012 Olympic celebrations in style last Friday, looking more like a movie star than British royalty.
Kate, 30, alongside her hubby The Duke of Cambridge, 29, took to the red carpet in a gorgeous, lacy teal number designed by Jenny Packham to the swanky a gala at The Royal Albert Hall, hosted by the British Olympic Association.
Revisit all the glamorous photos here.
On Monday, Emily Maynard made her first step in taking another shot at love on the premiere of ABC's The Bachelorette. The debut also marked the first eliminations of the season.
Perhaps the most questionable first impression was made by Randy, a 30-year-old marketing manager, who did his best Norman Bates impression, slowly approaching the front door of the mansion dressed as a feeble old woman with glasses. Randy was sent home.
Others to go home included Jean-Paul (a 35-year-old marine biologist), Brent (a 41-year-old technology salesman), Lerone (a 29-year-old real estate consultant) and Jackson (a 29-year-old fitness model).
Next season Dancing with the Stars will mix up the usual format by bringing back celebrity all stars to compete against each other for the mirrorball trophy.
The announcement was made Tuesday by ABC president Paul Lee during a conference call with media.
Lee said that the casting process for the new season is currently underway, but he couldn't talk about specific individuals. "There are lots of favorites out there," he said.
"I had my biggest heartbreak when I was 14 even though that sounds crazy," said Miley, reminiscing about a time when she had fallen in love with a young man who did not share the same feelings for her.
Miley went on to give advice to her 14-year-old self, echoing words of wisdom passed down to her from her father.
"This too shall pass," said Miley. "It's generic but it's true."
A new trailer for the upcoming comedy Anger Management features self-professed "warlock" Charlie Sheen surviving a train crash -- a reference to his former character Charlie Harper, who was killed by a train on Men.
"Everyone deserves a 24th chance," Charlie says, walking away from the collision.
Anger Management, premiering June 28 on FX, is loosely based on the 2003 movie starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, with Sheen playing a former baseball player with rage issues who himself ends up as an unconventional anger management therapist.