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Pink tells why she’s less introspective on her upcoming album, Try This: ”After [my song about divorce] ‘Family Portrait,’ I was like, ‘I should not have done this.’ I took it home to my mom and she cried for four days. It was s – - we never talked about.” Read the complete interview by searching for the word pink.


‘BACHELOR’ WATCH Now that it’s down to just 10 marriage-minded single gals, the question becomes, Who has what it takes to win the heart of adorable Everyman bachelor Bob? Read our weekly episode recap at


Will The Matrix Revolutions prove that the high-profile sci-fi trilogy (starring Keanu Reeves) is truly The One? Or will it disappoint? Read our preview for an early hint – then find more movie news every weekday at


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Originally posted October 10 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT

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