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Amy Adams proved she's a class act on Friday when she decided to give her first-class seat to an American soldier and fly coach instead. ABC News reports that Adams privately asked to switch seats with a serviceman prior to taking off on her flight from Detroit to Los Angeles. Fellow passenger and ESPN personality Jemele Hill saw the actress make the switch and tweeted about the act. "I noticed Ms. Adams was in first class, and as I was getting seated, I saw the flight attendant guide the soldier to Ms. Adams' seat," Hill explained. Upon exiting the plane, Adams met briefly with the soldier and told reporters, “I didn’t do it for attention to myself. I did it for attention for the troops.” 

When Miley Cyrus' beloved dog, Floyd, died awhile back, she spent what seemed like months publicly mourning his death. But she's totes over Floyd now! To wit, she shared a photo of her new pup, Emoy Coyne Cyrus, on Instagram over the weekend. "Never will I replace Floyd, and that's something I had to take time to understand," she wrote. "We had a very special memorial service for Floyd and I felt my angel Floyd give Emu his blessing.” And about dog's moniker: Coyne is the surname of Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, with whom Miley recently collaborated.

Shia LaBeouf was arrested midway through a live Broadway performance of Cabaret late last week for, among other things, slapping lead actor Alan Cumming in the rear and shouting "Do you know who the f**k I am?" to security. Cleverly, a publicist for Liza Minelli, who starred in the 1972 film version of the musical, sent the troubled actor a DVD copy of the production after his legal misstep. “I figured he may want to find out how it ends,” quipped Scott Gorenstein.

Spike Lee's iconic film Do the Right Thing came out 25 years ago today. Racially provocative and raw, it's not most couples' idea of a great date movie. But Barack and Michelle Obama aren't most couples. On Friday night, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art hosted a screening and Q&A with Lee, Public Enemy rapper Chuck D (who wrote the film's theme, "Fight the Power") and actors from the film. But before the film started, a taped message from the Obamas aired, in which the First Couple revealed that they saw Do the Right Thing on their first date. "Spike, thank you for helping me impress Michelle, and thank you for telling a powerful story," the President remarked.


The Bachelorette on ABC (Marcus makes a surprising revelation; Josh lands a one-on-one date with Andi; four of the men go on a playful bike ride with Andi at the ruins of a castle; the final four bachelors are revealed)

24: Live Another Day on Fox (Kate finally learns the truth about her husband; Audrey questions Boudreau; the terror threat reaches a new level)

Under The Dome on CBS 10pm--Season Premiere

Hoarders on Lifetime (A woman's life crumbles after her husband of 32 years dies while awaiting a heart transplant; a former psychologist is literally suffocating under her things; updates reveal what happened after the show)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (After the Money in the Bank PPV, who is the new WWE World Heavyweight champion?)

Jimmy Kimmel: Melissa McCarthy, Marc Maron, Royksopp & Robyn

Chelsea Lately: Eric Bana, Moshe Kasher, Heather McDonald, Julian McCullough



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