Are you up to date with what's happening in the world of entertainment? Here are the most-read stories of last week.
1. TV ad prompts complaints
The entertainment story that attracted the most readers last week was - oddly enough - about an underwear liner ad that used the v-word.
2. Surprise TV break builds eventing tension
A problem with the Olympic feed on SkySport caused an unscheduled break during the nail-biting moments of the show jumping finals. Many Stuff readers expressed their frustration.
3. Henry's show to be trimmed not axed
And another TV story, but this time from across the ditch. Paul Henry's Breakfast show isn't doing well as Aussies don't seem to warm to his particular humour.
4. More than a momentary indiscretion
One of the hot topics last week was unsurprisingly the Twilight couple's cheating saga. Did Kristen Stewart just slip once or had she an outdrawn affair with the married director?
5. What the gossip mags say
Stuff readers like to start their week with our weekly gossip fix.
6. Robert Pattinson prepared proposal
Our hearts go out to RPatz who was apparently "making preparations to spring a proposal" on Kristen Stewart before she cheated on him.
7. Loyal friend defends Kristen Stewart
After the wrath of Twilight fans was directed at Kristen Stewart since she publicly apologised for an affair with married director Rupert Sanders, loyal friend Giovanni Agnelli told the world, that Kristen never had sex with Sanders.
8. Bully film takes no prisoners
The documentary film Bully tackles humiliation, abuse and rejection in schools head on. We've talked with director Lee Hirsch who was in Auckland for the Film Festival.
9. Taylor Swift: the next Kenndey wife?
Pop sensation Taylor Swift is dating 18-year-old Conor Kennedy and the Kennedy family matriarchs have welcomed the singer with open arms.
10. Bollywood gets racy with new film
This is one of these stories, you wouldn't want to google for. A new Bollywood movie with a strange name is pushing the boundaries of how much raciness the Indian society is ready to accept in movies.
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