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Hollywood Minute - June 4, 2014

Rolling Stone magazine goes country. And Jonah Hill is apologizing.
Singer Miranda Lambert and rocker Eric Church are on covers of Rolling Stone.
The magazine interviewed both singers for a special country issue, promoting its new country music website.
Lambert chats about everything from Beyonce to her rise to fame.
The magazines hit stands Friday.

Jonah Hill is apologizing for using an anti-gay slur last weekend.
He told Howard Stern:
"In that moment I said a disgusting word that doesn't reflect how I feel about any group of people."
A video surfaced earlier this week showing hill's profane response to a paparazzi in Los Angeles.
Hill tells Stern the video is only a short clip of what actually happened.

Brad Pitt speaks out for the first time about being hit in the face on the red carpet by notorious celebrity prankster Vitalii Sediuk.
He tells People magazine: "This guy had latched onto my lapels. I looked down and the nutter was trying to bury his face in my crotch."
Pitt was at the "Maleficent" premier in Los Angeles with partner Angelina Jolie last Wednesday when the altercation happened.



(CNN)
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