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Carrie Underwood Recovering from Broken Wrist

Carrie Underwood is recovering after she took quite a fall down the steps outside of her Nashville home Friday night.  Her rep said, “While there were no life-threatening injuries, she was taken to the hospital to be treated.  She sustained multiple injuries including a broken wrist and some cuts and abrasions from the fall.”

“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot refuses to sign on to film a sequel of the blockbuster until the production severs all ties from producer Brett Ratner, who has now been accused of sexual harassment by multiple actresses.  Ratner, through his company RatPac-Dune Entertainment, helped produce the movie and is said to have made a "healthy share of the profits."  Warner Bros., which produces the DC Comics movies, did sever ties with Ratner last week.  The Israeli actress also backed out of a dinner honoring Ratner, where she was supposed to present him with an award last month.

“Shameless” actress Emmy Rossum is looking for her long last aunt, who she believes lives on Long Island.  In a series of tweets, the Manhattan native is looking to connect with an Aunt Laura, or something similar to that, around 50 years old.  She’s hoping her Twitter followers will be able to help her out!

Kim Kardashian threw a "lavish" shower for her third baby over the weekend. Chrissy Teigen and Maria Menounos joined Kendall, Kylie, Kris and Khloé at the party. Kim and Kanye's third bundle of joy is due soon via surrogate.

Legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith has died at age 94. Her gossip column began at the New York Daily News in 1976, and she spent a few years with Newsday before writing for the Post.

Bigger than expected box office numbers from over the weekend with the films in the number 2 and 3 spots earning more than expected in their debuts:

  1. “Thor:  Ragnarok” - $56.6 million
  2. “Daddy’s Home 2” - $30 million
  3. “Murder on the Orient Express” - $28.2 million
  4. “A Bad Moms Christmas” - $11.5 million
  5. “Jigsaw” - $3.4 million

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