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Colbert to replace Letterman, Heigl files lawsuit

Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 01:10

April 10 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Stephen Colbert is set to replace David Letterman, Katherine Heigl files a lawsuit, and Prince William and Catherine continue their tour of New Zealand. Bob Mezan reports.

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Stephen Colbert has signed a deal to become the next host of the CBS "Late Show," replacing David Letterman when he retires next year. The star of "The Colbert Report" signed a five-year agreement with CBS. The network said that the location of the show will be determined at a later date, leaving open the possibility that the "Late Show" may relocate from New York. Katherine Heigl has filed a 6 million dollar lawsuit against New York pharmacy Duane Reade for using her name and an unauthorized photograph of her in its commercial advertising. The lawsuit claims she was photographed in March near a Duane Reade store in New York while filming a new television series. Duane Reade posted the photo on its Twitter and Facebook account with captions advertising the store without her approval. Finally, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Catherine, continued their tour of New Zealand. The royal couple attended a state reception where they met Prime Minister John Key and unveiled a new portrait of the British Queen. The couple are expected to visit Auckland on Friday (April 11).

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Colbert to replace Letterman, Heigl files lawsuit

Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 01:10