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MTV has formally confirmed that it's reviving Punk'd, a reality series which uses hidden cameras to pull pranks on unsuspecting celebrities.
MTV's "Punk'd" is officially back with a twist after a four-year absence -- the celebrity prank series now features different celebrity hosts for each episode.
Justin Bieber fans may reportedly soon be able to see the singer in a prankster role.
Looking at the news, viewers may think there the ones being Punk'd.
Hollywood couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are married, US Weekly says in an exclusive report.
A rep for Ashton Kutcher says cell phone messages allegedly pulled off the TV and film star's cell phone and posted on the Internet are fake.
Less than a day after boasting he could never be tricked, Miami Heat star Shaquille O'Neal got caught in the web of celebrity prankster Ashton Kutcher.
"Alias" star Michael Vartan denies reports he refused to sign a release after being "Punk'd" by Ashton Kutcher.
Practical joker Ashton Kutcher, star of MTV's "Punk'd" show, said actress-girlfriend Demi Moore is someone on whom he will never pull a prank.
Turning down Ashton Kutcher for a date led to a near-breakdown for Kirsten Dunst, who was set up in a phony sting by the host of MTV's "Punk'd."
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