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Melissa McCarthy: My body is a 'work in progress' updated: Tue Nov 29 2011 14:32:00

It's been a banner year for Melissa McCarthy professionally, but there's one thing the "Bridesmaids" star and recent "Saturday Night Live" host is still struggling with: her weight. Melissa McCarthy's Top 5 Moments on SNLupdated: Mon Oct 03 2011 09:48:00

The Emmy-winning actress tells her kids to go to bed because "Mama's about to get pretty inappropriate"

Melissa McCarthy: Motherhood helped me accept my looksupdated: Thu Sep 29 2011 17:30:00

Melissa McCarthy is no longer just a bridesmaid. She's the bride. Melissa McCarthy: Motherhood Helped Me Accept My Looksupdated: Thu Sep 29 2011 17:14:00

She makes the world laugh, but the Emmy winner is serious when it comes to her kids Joel McHale 'Trains' Melissa McCarthy for Her Emmy Gigupdated: Tue Jul 12 2011 14:56:00

Last year's announcer has plenty of ways for the newbie to bone up for Thursday's nominations

Selena Gomez: My life is crazy enoughupdated: Mon Jul 04 2011 07:38:00

Actress, singer and "Monte Carlo" star Selena Gomez answers iReporter questions on her career and being famous.

Save the date for 'Bridesmaids'updated: Thu Jun 30 2011 16:02:00

Kristen Wiig and Wendi McLendon-Covey talk weddings, "SNL" and what they've done in the name of being a good friend.

More 'Bridesmaids' coming down the aisles?updated: Thu Jun 23 2011 10:11:00

"Bridesmaids" doesn't have a makeover scene. There's not a George Clooney or Matthew McConaughey to save the day. And no one sings into a hairbrush or dances around in a kitchen. Maya Rudolph's Real-Life Bridesmaid Horror Storyupdated: Mon May 16 2011 10:07:00

The Bridesmaids star recalls a "pathetic and sad" bachelorette party - minus the bride

Review: 'Bridesmaids' marries women and witupdated: Fri May 13 2011 14:05:00

Whether it's "Step Brothers," "I Love You, Man" or "Borat," guys have laughed long and loudest over the last decade in cinema. So much so that they have spawned a new epithet, the "bromance," while their wives and girlfriends have mostly looked on from the sidelines.

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