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www.wvno.com - Robin Williams takes a break somewhere unexpected, and Cameron Diaz talks to Esquire Magazine, as we bring you these stories and more in today's Hollywood Minute.

   
 
 
Cameron Diaz Graces Cover Of Esquire Magazine

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  Robin Williams takes a break somewhere unexpected. And Cameron Diaz talks to Esquire Magazine. These stories and more in today's Hollywood Minute. Robin Williams is in rehab again. This time, for "fine-tuning" and "continued commitment" to his sobriety, according to a rep for the actor. Williams suffered from alcohol and drug abuse in the past and entered rehab in 2006 for alcoholism. USA Today reports he is at a treatment facility in Lindstrom, Minnesota. He posed for a picture t a local Dairy Queen while in town. Cameron Diaz is 41-years-old and showing it off to Esquire Magazine. The stress posed for a racy cover shot with no shortage of leg. In the August issue, she talks about getting completely naked for the first time in her new movie role, and her decision not to have children. Diaz says being a mom is a lot of hard work and admitted not having children has made things easier. The magazine hits stands next Tuesday. Ariana Grande apparently doesn't have a problem with singer Jessie J or rapper Nicki Minaj. Jessie J revealed on Twitter the trio plans to collaborate on a new single called "Bang, Bang,: out July 29.
   
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