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Monday, June 25 marked the three-year anniversary of the shocking death of Michael Jackson, who passed away at the age of 50.
The King of Pop, who will be forever immortalized for his world-famous, trademark dance moves and chart-topping success, was arguably one of the most popular recording artists of all time, his success peaking during the 1980s.
See all of Jackson's most iconic photos here
Rielle Hunter and John Edwards are officially over.
The controversial couple recently split, Hunter revealed this week during an interview with George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America.
"We are a family, but as of the end of last week John Edwards and I are no longer a couple. Not at all," she said.
According to her, the decision was mutual.
"That's private," she said when asked which one them initiated the break-up. "We decided together to end it. It's hard. It's painful."
On her appearance later on The View, she elaborated further.
"I think that when people break up, both sides come to the table with things to break up over. We both agreed that it’s best for us at this time," she said.
She also acknowledged on The View, that media scrutiny definitely took a toll on their relationship.
"I'm not a mistress, I'm a mom and I don't want to hide. Because we have such media scrutiny and because of the children, it's hard for us to go to restaurant, it's hard for us to go to the movies."
The break-up news arrived the same day as Hunter's explosive tell-all, What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter and Me, hits bookstores. The book reportedly recounts intimate details of her relationship with Edwards, and Hunter asserts that the former presidential hopeful had a "hidden life" and had carried on affairs with several women through the years despite his 33-year marriage to Elizabeth.
"There is so much misinformation and distortion about this story and people form opinions without knowing what really happened," she said.
However, through it all, Rielle admits that she still has feelings for the onetime presidential hopeful.
When asked if she still loved Edwards, Hunter replied simply, "I do."
Food Network star Paula Deen is showing off a noticeably slimmer figure on the latest cover of People magazine, and reveals that she's already lost 30 pounds since announcing she'd been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in January.
"It took me a couple of years to get to this point," she tells the magazine. "If you make a few small changes, they can add up to big results."
But one big change has been cutting out her favorite "trigger foods" such as mashed potatoes, and embracing a new-found love for healthier fare such as Greek salads and baked fish.
"I'm redoing the way my plate looks," she told ET in May. "I'm doubling up on salad or vegetables and putting smaller portions of carbs and all that. I try to walk thirty minutes a day."
Deen, who's been criticized for her often decadent, high-calorie recipes, admits to adopting a whole new attitude when it comes to food.
"I do think differently now" about food, she says. "I'm more aware."
A visibly upset Ann Curry finally confirmed on-air on Today Thursday morning the rumors that have been circulating for months -- that she's leaving her post as regular co-host of the iconic morning show.
"This is not easy to say, but this is going to be my last morning as a regular co-host of Today," Curry announced, already in tears.
"This is not as I expected to ever leave this couch after 15 years but I'm so grateful – especially to all of you who watched. You are the real Today show family. You are why I've ventured into dangerous places, interviewed dictators, jumped off planes, off of bridges and landed in the South Pole. I have loved you, I have wanted to give you the world, and I still do."
Curry also confirmed that she will still be working with NBC News, but in a different capacity -- she will be taking on a new role as NBC News National and International Correspondent/Anchor and Today Anchor at Large. In her new role, Curry will report for all platforms of NBC News including Today, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, Rock Center with Brian Williams and Dateline.
"I will still be a part of the Today show family, just with a new title and a new role," she said.
Curry's co-hosts also looked to be emotional during the big announcement.
"You have the biggest heart in the business," Matt Lauer told Curry. "You put it on display every day in this studio and you have, for what, 20 years on this show? The way you care about people comes through in every single story you report."
But Curry did acknowledge that her stint on Today didn't go exactly as planned.
"For all of you, who saw me as a ground-breaker, I'm sorry I couldn't carry the ball over the finish line but I did try. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for letting me touch yours. I will keep trying."