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Actor Steven Seagal thinking politically

Action-movie star Steven Seagal says he is considering a run for Arizona governor. The ‘‘Mark for Death’’ actor told KNXV-TV that he is considering a shot at the state’s highest office and has had a talk about the bid with the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America. Seagal, 61, made the comments while talking about his newly released reality series, ‘‘Steven Seagal — Lawman: Maricopa County.’’ He teamed up with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio for the show which was shot in Arizona and airs on cable TV’s Reelz Channel.

Critics love ‘Llewyn’

The National Society of Film Critics chose ‘‘Inside Llewyn Davis’’ as the best picture of 2013 at its annual meeting in New York. The society’s 56 voting members are movie critics from around the country. Joel and Ethan Coen, who directed ‘‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’’ the story of a fictional folk singer in Greenwich Village in 1961, were named best director, Oscar Isaac best actor for ‘‘Llewyn,’’ and Cate Blanchett best actress for the Woody Allen film ‘‘Blue Jasmine.’’ The meeting was dedicated to the memory of two members who died in 2013, Roger Ebert and Stanley Kauffmann.

Ke$ha in treatment

Ke$ha has checked into rehab to treat an eating disorder. The ‘‘Tik Tok’’ singer said in a statement provided by her spokesman Friday that she’ll be unavailable for the next 30 days while she seeks treatment for an undisclosed eating disorder. ‘‘I’m a crusader for being yourself and loving yourself, but I’ve found it hard to practice,’’ she said. The pop star, 26, who is a vegetarian, said she wants to ‘‘learn to love myself again, exactly as I am.’’


Light touch

“Thank you. Apology accepted. (She grunts while aggressively yet cautiously prying off her head-to-toe Spanx)” - Alyssa Milano, the actress tweeting some sarcasm to actor-comedian Jay Mohr, who apologized to her after making jokes about her weight.