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Hollywood Minute - August 23, 2013

Kanye West gushes about being a family man, Ashton Kutcher's viral speech is a hit with some Republicans, and a star known for her musical talents says she'd like to do more on the big screen.
Kanye West opens up about family.
In a one-hour interview on the Kris Jenner Show, the rapper talks about how Kim Kardashian and their new daughter, North, changed his life.
"Now I have two really special people to live for, a whole family to live for, a whole world to live for," West said.
In the Kris Jenner Show's season finale set to air Friday, West also touches on the deaths of his mother and grandfather.

Ashton Kutcher gains a few new fans of the conservative variety.
Following the actor's appearance on the Teen Choice Awards this month... Republicans like Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh and Glen Beck have praised his viral speech about hard work.
"I believe opportunity looks a lot like hard work."
Kutcher, who donated $50,000 to President Obama and Democrats last year, hasn't responded to the conservative praise.

Selena Gomez says she wants to sharpen her acting skills.
The 21-year-old star tells CNN that while she enjoys singing, she wants to do more on-screen.
"I have to do more of this to get better, so I want to do that."
Gomez stars alongside Ethan Hawke in the upcoming action thriller, "Getaway."

(Melisa Raney for CNN's Hollywood Minute)

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