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Ashley Judd Won't Run For Kentucky Senate Seat

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  Original Published: 3/28/2013

There's been months of speculation over whether Ashley Judd would run for the Senate, now she's finally made her decision, and a morning show news anchor makes some news of her own.

There's been months of speculation over whether Ashley Judd would run for the Senate, now she's finally made her decision, and a morning show news anchor makes some news of her own.

Carl Azuz has all your entertainment headlines in "Hollywood Minute."

Ashley Judd won't be starting a political career in 2014.

The actress, an outspoken Democrat, had considered challenging Republican leader Mitch McConnell for his Kentucky Senate seat.

On Twitter Wednesday, Judd wrote that after, quote, "serious and thorough contemplation" she decided to focus her time and energy on her family.

Speculatin she would run had prompted Republicans, including McConnell, to begin producing videos attacking her.

"Today" show weekend anchor Jenna Wolfe announced she's expecting a baby girl, and offically came out on NBC's "Today" show Wednesday morning.

"I'm actually pregnant. I'm quite pregnant, actually," Wolfe said.

This is the firs child for Wolfe and her girlfriend, NBC News Correspondent Stephanie Gosk.

The pair is expecting a baby girl, and Wolfe will be blogging aout her so-called "adventure of a lifetime."

New details on the Justin Bieber battery investigation.

Bieber's neoghbo accused the singer of "battery and threats" after a confrontation Tuesday morning.

According to police, neighbors say the singer spit on his neightbor an made threats,

A member of Bieber's security team says there was no physical ontact and the two exchanged words.

The sheriff's department hasn't decided yet whether charges will be filed.

 

   
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