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CARELL IS LEAVING 'THE OFFICE'

All you fans of The Office, get out your hankies. It looks like it's almost a sure thing Steve Carell is leaving Dunder Mifflin after next season. "I just think it's time," Steve told E!'s Kristina Guerrero. "I want to fulfill my contract. When I first signed on, I had a contract for seven seasons, and this coming year is my seventh. I just thought it was time for my character to go." That doesn't mean the show is dead; on the contrary, Steve says: "They've incorporated so many new characters and so many new, great story lines that I have no doubt it'll continue as strong if not stronger than ever."

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Megan Fox got married

Megan Fox is celebrating her dismissal from Transformers 3 and her dismal showing in Jonah Hex by finally getting married to Brian Austin Green. Star says the couple got hitched at the Four Seasons Hualalai either Thursday or Friday in Hawaii: "They had a fairly large wedding, but there were clearly more security people than guests," a source tells the mag. "It seemed like a spur-of-the-moment thing. I don't think it had been planned long." Not planned long? They've been engaged since 2007 after dating for three years.

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25 years later, 'Larry King Live' ends

Larry King, who has interviewed presidents and Hollywood royalty for 25 years on CNN, will end his nightly talk show. Larry King Live, which has suffered from shrinking viewership, will sign off in the fourth quarter, King said Tuesday in a statement posted on CNN's website. The show airs weeknights at 9. King, 76, plans to appear in CNN specials on national and international affairs. His ratings are off 40 percent this year, the Washington Post reported. Larry King Live is listed in Guinness World Records as the longest-running show with the same host in the same time slot. "With this chapter closing, I'm looking forward to the future and what my next chapter will bring, but for now it's time to hang up my nightly suspenders," King said.

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