8 Things To Know This AM

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Who runs the world? Beyoncé, and not just in the metaphorical, proclaiming-it-in-song sense. Queen B claims the number-one spot on Forbes' annual list of the 100 most powerful celebrities. (Forbes)

Go, Greendale! Yahoo is resurrecting the all-but-presumed-dead Community for a 13-episode sixth season. (Entertainment Weekly)

Since Shia LaBeouf never got to see the end of Cabaret on account of being in police custody, Liza Minnelli's rep kindly sent the actor a copy of the DVD. (Playbill)

The evangelical Christian Reformed Church (CRC) has voted against a proposed six-year study that would probe the complex relationship between Christian theological beliefs and modern science. (The Daily Beast)

Chelsea Clinton apparently stepped a bit too far into "things we don't discuss in public" territory when she talked about having money and asserted confidence in her own abilities in a recent interview. (New York Post)

Mark Ruffalo is sad he hasn't kept in touch with 13 Going on 30 costar Jennifer Garner. The reason they're not still friends? Her husband, Ben Affleck. (Us Weekly)

Awkward Family Photos, the site that collects and shares hilariously painful moments of formative nostalgia, leaps out of the virtual world and into a new exhibit at the California Heritage Museum in Santa Monica. (LA Times)

Finally, Keira Knightley is in full agreement over the esteemed quality of our perennial holiday rom-com favorite Love Actually. The actress said the film is "obviously the greatest movie ever made" during an interview, adding that she would love to see it on cable television more often. (TIME)

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