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Entertainment Update: Tuesday April 8th

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The Hoff sells his stuff, Selena ditches her stalker and Cyrus sobers up in this Entertainment Update.

Miley Cyrus revealed her serious side during a recent interview with Elle Magazine. The pop startlet opened up about her battles with depression, thanking her fans for helping her through some dark times.

The red carpet was rolled out for the premiere of the sports dramedy, "Draft Day," Monday night. Co-star, Jennifer garner, gave some girlfriendly advice, say to not let the football theme fool you, this flick is for females, too!

Selena Gomez is safe from her stalker. The 20-year-old man who was arrested twice in one week for trespassing at the pop star's home, was charged Monday with felony stalking and violating a court order to stay clear of her. He plead not guilty and faces up to four years in prison if convicted.

And want to own a piece of the Hoff? "Baywatch" star, David Hasselhoff is auctioning off items from his personal memorabilia collection, including a giant statue of himself and 'Kitt'- Hasselhoff's iconic car-co-star of the hit 80's TV show, "Knight Rider." All proceeds will go to the Starlight Foundation Children's Charity.

And that's your Entertainment Update.

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