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"It was somewhere between 45 and 65 I mean I know the rumors online are that I was the one asking for more takes but it was actually she was the one," actor Jesse Heiman tells CNN.
Heiman is the star of that controversial Go Daddy commercial that you either loved or hated.
He played a geeky-looking engineer and locked lips with supermodel Bar Refaeli and says he's loving every minute of his newfound fame.
Saturday Night Live Alum actress Kristen Wiig is officially on board for the making of Anchorman 2.
Wiig joins Will Ferrell, who's returning as the unintentionally hilarious newsman Ron Burgundy for the follow-up to 2004's hit comedy.
Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, David Koechner and Steve Carell are already slated to star in the anticipated sequel.
Anchorman: The Legend Continues is slated to open December 20th.
Also in entertainment news, Chris Brown is facing more legal trouble over his assault against on-again off-again girlfriend Rihanna.
The Los Angeles district attorney says the singer did not perform the 180 hours of community service as part of his guilty plea to the 2009 assault.
Prosecutors say Brown's paperwork is at best "sloppy" and at worst "fraudulent reporting."
A motion was filed requesting Brown restart the community service in California instead of his home state of Virginia.
A judge is expected to consider the motion at a probation hearing this afternoon.
We're learning more this morning about the hostage standoff in Alabama that ended with the kidnapper dead and his 5-year-old victim safe and unharmed.
Investigators say two bombs were found inside the underground bunker.
According to law enforcement sources, they used a camera to monitor what was going on inside the bunker and drones were used to observe the site from above round the clock.
When agents saw Jimmy Dykes, 65 with a gun, they decided to make a move.
Large explosives were detonated. Then two or more agents dropped into the bunker shooting Dykes multiple times killing him.
Five-year-old Ethan was unharmed.
The Boy Scouts of America could make a decision today about changing its stance on banning openly gay members and troop leaders.
The proposal would allow individual scout troops to decide how they want to address the issue.
A spokesman says if the ban is lifted, the organization would not force a stance on troops, members, or parents.
However, troops will still have the power to uphold the ban if they choose.