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All the news you might have missed today

2013-09-25 14:41
Cape Town - Life is a rush and there is barely time to get to everything. Luckily for you we’ve got a hot entertainment round-up that gives you everything you need to know in easily digestible titbits.

The top stories for today were:

Miley goes nude for Rolling Stone cover as she swears off twerking

Miley Cyrus tells Roling Stone Magazine that she is too embarrassed to Google herself following her MTV Video Music Awards performance. Read more here.

Composer's son gets 25 years in designer death

An Oscar-winning songwriter's son has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison after being convicted of strangling his fashion designer girlfriend in a New York hotel room. Read more here.

Gangland thriller is SA's Oscar entry

A coming of age crime thriller set in the Cape Flats ganglands has been selected as South Africa's official 2014 foreign-language entry for the Academy Awards. Read more here.

More details emerge over Amanda's mental state

Amanda Bynes' lawyer Rich Hutton says she is mentally unfit to stand trial for DUI charges. Read more here.

Bond is back with a twist in new novel

William Boyd's new James Bond novel offers fresh take on the famous 007 spy. Read more here.

Miley gets weird foot tattoo

Miley Cyrus posted an Instagram photo of her latest tattoo - the words "Rolling $tone" underneath both her feet. Read more here.

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R&B superstar jets into SA for secret event

American R&B superstar and X-Factor USA judge Kelly Rowland has arrived in South Africa for a secret event. Read more here.
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