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Two star-crossed lovers who shot to fame at a young age, Rihanna and Chris both had childhoods marred by domestic violence. As their careers grew and their relationship blossomed, it seemed the power couple was destined for greatness. But rumors of cheating and jealousy would result in tragedy. On February 7, 2009, Chris Brown assaulted Rihanna on the way home from a pre-Grammy party. Fans rallied behind Rihanna and turned on Brown, but it soon became clear that the relationship was not over yet. From bar brawls with Drake to scandalous social media posts, National Enquirer follows the tangled web endlessly connecting Rihanna and Chris Brown.

Grammy Award-winning artist Toni Braxton was one of the most successful singers of her time, but she was a superstar with superstar spending habits. Despite selling millions of albums, her extravagant habit left her with shockingly little to show for her success and, hot on the heels of stardom, came a humiliating, public bankruptcy. Incredibly, Toni fought back – only for disaster to strike again. So, who was really to blame for Toni Braxton becoming Broke and Famous?

With iconic smash hits Waterfalls, No Scrubs and Creep, TLC remains one of the top selling girl bands of all time, second only to the Spice Girls. Yet behind their meteoric rise and phenomenal success lay a shocking secret - at the height of the fame, while their music was making tens of millions of dollars, the band was bankrupt. So how did TLC, one of the world’s first superstar all-girl bands end up Broke and Famous?

The “Craigslist Killer” also known as Philip Markoff, was 23 when he was preparing for a promising future as a doctor and a life of happiness with his fiancée, Megan McAllister. He seemed destined for greatness as one of Boston University’s brightest med students, but Markoff had a dirty little secret. He would set up appointments with women offering erotic services on Craigslist to rob them, and one encounter ended in murder. His unsuspecting fiancée stood by his side until the evidence was too overwhelming. Markoff took his own life in jail by cutting critical arteries that he studied in anatomy class.

The Canadian serial killer, alongside her husband Paul Bernardo, drugged, raped and murdered three women, including her own younger sister. While the world watched in shock as her sentencing unfolded, Karla struck a deal claiming that she had been an unwilling accomplice to her husband and walked away a free woman in 2005 after only serving 12 years in prison. In recent years, she was met with protesters trying to prevent her from working in a school.

On one tragic afternoon in 1995, the Queen of Tejano Music, Selena Quintanilla, was inexplicably shot down by the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar, in a Corpus Christi hotel. Not only did Saldivar receive a life sentence in prison, but she was also cemented as the most hated woman in the Latin American community for taking the life of one of the most celebrated and influential Latin artists of all-time, selling over 60 million albums worldwide.

The “Craigslist Killer” also known as Philip Markoff, was 23 when he was preparing for a promising future as a doctor and a life of happiness with his fiancée, Megan McAllister. He seemed destined for greatness as one of Boston University’s brightest med students, but Markoff had a dirty little secret. He would set up appointments with women offering erotic services on Craigslist to rob them, and one encounter ended in murder. His unsuspecting fiancée stood by his side until the evidence was too overwhelming. Markoff took his own life in jail by cutting critical arteries that he studied in anatomy class.

The Canadian serial killer, alongside her husband Paul Bernardo, drugged, raped and murdered three women, including her own younger sister. While the world watched in shock as her sentencing unfolded, Karla struck a deal claiming that she had been an unwilling accomplice to her husband and walked away a free woman in 2005 after only serving 12 years in prison. In recent years, she was met with protesters trying to prevent her from working in a school.

On one tragic afternoon in 1995, the Queen of Tejano Music, Selena Quintanilla, was inexplicably shot down by the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar, in a Corpus Christi hotel. Not only did Saldivar receive a life sentence in prison, but she was also cemented as the most hated woman in the Latin American community for taking the life of one of the most celebrated and influential Latin artists of all-time, selling over 60 million albums worldwide.

The “Craigslist Killer” also known as Philip Markoff, was 23 when he was preparing for a promising future as a doctor and a life of happiness with his fiancée, Megan McAllister. He seemed destined for greatness as one of Boston University’s brightest med students, but Markoff had a dirty little secret. He would set up appointments with women offering erotic services on Craigslist to rob them, and one encounter ended in murder. His unsuspecting fiancée stood by his side until the evidence was too overwhelming. Markoff took his own life in jail by cutting critical arteries that he studied in anatomy class.

The Canadian serial killer, alongside her husband Paul Bernardo, drugged, raped and murdered three women, including her own younger sister. While the world watched in shock as her sentencing unfolded, Karla struck a deal claiming that she had been an unwilling accomplice to her husband and walked away a free woman in 2005 after only serving 12 years in prison. In recent years, she was met with protesters trying to prevent her from working in a school.

On one tragic afternoon in 1995, the Queen of Tejano Music, Selena Quintanilla, was inexplicably shot down by the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar, in a Corpus Christi hotel. Not only did Saldivar receive a life sentence in prison, but she was also cemented as the most hated woman in the Latin American community for taking the life of one of the most celebrated and influential Latin artists of all-time, selling over 60 million albums worldwide.

Selena Gomez is the epitome of a Disney darling. Known to most for her breakout role as Alex Russo on Wizards of Waverly Place, Gomez has transformed into a notable actress, singer, and social media influencer. With one of her Instagram photos garnering over 10.5 million likes, Gomez is in the top ten most liked photos of all time. In 2013, Gomez was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder lupus. Side-effects from her disorder have caused her to go in and out of rehab due to a strong battle with anxiety and depression. Gomez has done rounds of chemotherapy and most recently had a kidney transplant, with best friend and fellow actress Francia Rasia as her donor. Gomez has also been a current media topic because of her on-again, off-again relationship with popular Canadian singer Justin Bieber.

She’s the triple threat from the Bronx who no one saw coming. From her breakout role as a background dancer on In Living Color, she went on to launch an acting career—which saw her nominated for a Golden Globe for her first lead role—before becoming a platinum-selling recording artist. From a stint as a judge on American Idol, to producing her own shows, to leading a solo world tour, to a box office breaking Vegas residency, it is not a stretch to say Lopez may be the hardest working woman in show business and one who has done it all—and will likely continue to do so. But Jennifer Lopez is as famous for what goes on in her life behind the scenes as in front of the camera. Married – and divorced – three times, she has been involved with some of the most famous men on the planet – including Sean Combs, Ben Affleck, Marc Anthony, and now Alex Rodriguez. In some cases those relationships imploded publicly, leaving Lopez to pick up the pieces, dust herself off, and come right back at the world. Jennifer Lopez: Behind Closed Doors takes a look at the triple threat American icon who has worked tirelessly to remain at the very top of show business for almost thirty years.

Hollywood blockbuster, SELENA, was the film that launched Jennifer Lopez as a leading lady. Lopez plays Hispanic singer Selena Quintanilla as she rises to fame before being gunned down by the manager of her fan club. But what Hollywood misses is how her killer, Yolanda Saldivar, spends years building an intimate relationship with SELENA until she becomes part of the family – all the while embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from the singer. The REAL STORY OF reveals how a woman from nowhere gains the love and trust of one of America's hottest new talents, before stealing her money, and her life, in a crime of passion and bloody jealousy.

She’s the triple threat from the Bronx who no one saw coming. From her breakout role as a background dancer on In Living Color, she went on to launch an acting career—which saw her nominated for a Golden Globe for her first lead role—before becoming a platinum-selling recording artist. From a stint as a judge on American Idol, to producing her own shows, to leading a solo world tour, to a box office breaking Vegas residency, it is not a stretch to say Lopez may be the hardest working woman in show business and one who has done it all—and will likely continue to do so. But Jennifer Lopez is as famous for what goes on in her life behind the scenes as in front of the camera. Married – and divorced – three times, she has been involved with some of the most famous men on the planet – including Sean Combs, Ben Affleck, Marc Anthony, and now Alex Rodriguez. In some cases those relationships imploded publicly, leaving Lopez to pick up the pieces, dust herself off, and come right back at the world. Jennifer Lopez: Behind Closed Doors takes a look at the triple threat American icon who has worked tirelessly to remain at the very top of show business for almost thirty years.

Hollywood blockbuster, SELENA, was the film that launched Jennifer Lopez as a leading lady. Lopez plays Hispanic singer Selena Quintanilla as she rises to fame before being gunned down by the manager of her fan club. But what Hollywood misses is how her killer, Yolanda Saldivar, spends years building an intimate relationship with SELENA until she becomes part of the family – all the while embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from the singer. The REAL STORY OF reveals how a woman from nowhere gains the love and trust of one of America's hottest new talents, before stealing her money, and her life, in a crime of passion and bloody jealousy.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

Selena Gomez is the epitome of a Disney darling. Known to most for her breakout role as Alex Russo on Wizards of Waverly Place, Gomez has transformed into a notable actress, singer, and social media influencer. With one of her Instagram photos garnering over 10.5 million likes, Gomez is in the top ten most liked photos of all time. In 2013, Gomez was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder lupus. Side-effects from her disorder have caused her to go in and out of rehab due to a strong battle with anxiety and depression. Gomez has done rounds of chemotherapy and most recently had a kidney transplant, with best friend and fellow actress Francia Rasia as her donor. Gomez has also been a current media topic because of her on-again, off-again relationship with popular Canadian singer Justin Bieber.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.