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The Morning Roundup: Jon Gosselin Is A Waiter Now, Billy Ray Cyrus Defends Miley, Stephen King's 'Shining' Sequel

Victor Smith Victor Smith
September 20th, 2013 9:36am EDT

Jon Gosselin

Jon Gosselin, who rose to fame with his wife Kate and their eight children on TLC's "Jon & Kate Plus 8", is now waiting tables at a restaurant about 50 miles outside of Philadelphia, PA. The former reality star has been trying to make ends meet with his new job, which he took because it was "impossible" to find work after his show ended. At least he's not living in a van down by the river... (story)

Billy Ray Cyrus apparently had no problem seeing his daughter have virtual sex with Robin Thicke at the MTV Video Music Awards. Cyrus says daughter Miley is "an artist" and is "evolving" as an artist. He really didn't say much about the way his daughter was dressed or danced, though. (story)

Chris Hemsworth has opened up about showing his bare behind in new movie "Rush", about racing driver James Hunt. He says stripping down was difficult, but it was something he had to do for the role because his character slept around a lot. (story)

Japanese-born dancer Kenichi Ebina won the eighth season of "America's Got Talent" on Wednesday night. He edged out comedian Taylor Williamson in the finale, who compared being "number two" to, well, number two. The finale was a star-studded event, with the likes of Il Divo, Luke Bryan and Icona Pop showing up to perform with the final six contestants. (story)

Jay Z and Beyonce are the highest earning celebrity couple. The music duo earned almost $100 in the last year, topping the list, which also includes the likes of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, and Brangelina. (story)

Stephen King has a new book coming out later this month that focuses on one of the characters from one of his greatest horror novels. "Doctor Sleep" tells the story of what happened to Danny Torrance, the young boy who escaped his murderous father Jack at the end of "The Shining". The story picks up a year after "The Shining" ends, and King says he was reluctant to write the sequel of sorts, but people kept asking him what happened after the first story ended. (story)

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