Us Wrap: Nicole Kidman: Don’t Ask Me About Scientology!

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–What would TomKat say? During an appearance on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Nicole Kidman dodged questions about ex-husband Tom Cruise's scientology religion. "If I was here to do an expose on myself then I'd be like, 'Let's go,' but I have no interest in discussing any of that," the Nine star said in the clip, which was cut from the show's initial broadcast. [Huffington Post]

–A man accused of stalking Jennifer Garner was arrested Monday lurking around the Santa Monica, Calif., preschool the actress' daughter, Violet, attends. Garner was granted a restraining order against Steven Burky, who is currently being held on $150,000 bail, in 2008.[PopEater]

Nick Cannon has announced plans for his NCredible multimedia company, which will house his TV, film and publishing projects. Among the America's Got Talent host's new ventures? A puppet show for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, described by Cannon's partner as "a hip-hop version of Entourage with puppets." [Perez Hilton]

–The final six So You Think You Can Dance contestants — Jakob Karr, Ashleigh Di Lello, Kathryn McCormick, Ellenore Scott, Ryan Di Lello and Russell Ferguson — will vie for the title of America's Favorite Dancer on the show's last performance round tonight. This year, the finale won't feature solos, but instead will include three partner dances. []

–End Quote: "It takes me 25 minutes to get it right. Greatness takes time, and this hair right here is greatness," Jersey Shore's Pauly D says of his perfectly coiffed 'do. Think Santa will bring him some AquaNet for Christmas? []

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