Halle Berry's Thanksgiving ended in blood, bruises and police involvement, when a punch-up erupted between her fiancé, Olivier Martinez, and her ex, Gabriel Aubry, sparked by a bitter two-year custody battle over her daughter with Aubry, Nahla, 4. WHO examines the men's conflicting accounts of the brawl that sent them both to hospital and led to Aubry seeking a restraining order against the French actor. A source tells WHO that despite the toxic environment, Berry "has always wanted what's best for Nahla".• BRAD PITT: OUR WEDDING PLANS:
After revealing "the time has come" to marry Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt talks exclusively to WHO about their wedding plans, his impending 50th birthday, and juggling work with six children: "[Getting married] means something to our kids. They want to see it happen."
Ten victims of sexual abuse, mostly from Catholic priests, open up to WHO about their harrowing past and why the recently-announced Royal Commission will help them heal.• STARS WITHOUT MAKE-UP:
They're always done to perfection on the red carpet, but celebs like Miley Cyrus, Reese Witherspoon and Heidi Klum, who've dared to step out make-up free, prove that sometimes less is more.• PLUS: FAREWELL TO AN ICON:
He played one of the most dastardly connivers in TV history - yet no-one could resist the man best known as J.R. Ewing on Dallas. WHO looks back on the life of actor Larry Hagman, who died of complications from cancer on Nov. 23, aged 81.
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