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Taylor Swift Not Joking About Being Butt Of A Joke

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  Original Published: 3/7/2013

Taylor Swift is speaking out after being the butt of a Golden Globes joke.

And Jennifer Lawrence sweeps yet ANOTHER round of award nominations.

Plus, a former Playboy Bunny renounces modeling for motherhood.

Martha Shade has all the entertainment headlines in today's Hollywood Minute.

Is Taylor Swift ever going to forgive Amy Poehler and Tina Fey?

The Golden Globe hosts made some remarks during the awards show in January that apparently touched a nerve with the 23-year-old singer.

They told as recently broken-hearted swift to "stay awy from Michael J. Fox's son," and, "to take some time to learn about herself."

In an interview with Vanity Fair, she referenced a quote that said "there's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women."

Poehler tells Hollywood Reporter she feels bad if Swift was upset, and Fey told Entertainment Tonight the whole thing was a light-hearted joke.

Jennifer Lawrence's hot streal just keeps going, with a set of brand new award nominations.

After taking home both a Golden Globe and an Oscar this year, Lawrence now has five MTV movie nominations.

Four of those are fo her part in the romantic comedy "Silver Linings Playbood," while the other is for her role in "The House at the End of the Street."

The MTV Movie Awards will air live on April 14.

And Holly Madison might be best known as Hugh Heifner's former girlfiend and star of "Girls Next Door."

But she says she's done with modeling for Playboy after becoming a mother.

Madison and her boyfriend welcomed a baby girl on Tuesday and the former playmate says she wants to do things that make her daughter proud.

   
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