VOICE-OVER:

AP ShowBiz Minute.

"Dancing with the Stars" co-host Brooke Burke has thyroid cancer.

The 41-year-old TV personality posted a video message on YouTube disclosing her condition and her plans for surgery to remove her thyroid.

She says in the video that the surgery has been scheduled, but she doesn't specify when.

The Kardashians have set their eyes on dressing the U. K.

Kim, Kourtney and sister Khloe have teamed up with British clothing store Dorothy Perkins, which will stock the Kardashian Kollection in more than two hundred locations across the country.

At the London launch, Kim Kardashian expressed hopes of one day opening their own boutique in London.

Mark Wahlberg, roll out.

"Transformers" director Michael Bay says the 41-year-old actor will star in the franchise's fourth film.

Bay called Wahlberg the "perfect guy to re-invigorate the franchise and carry on the Transformers' "legacy" in a post on his blog.

He previously squashed rumors that Wahlberg was joining the movie franchise about warring robots.

This is Zara Younis with AP ShowBiz Minute.

SHOTLIST:

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Los Angeles, 29 August 2011

1. Various of Brooke Burke arriving at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

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Universal City, California, 16 May 2010

2. Medium of Brooke Burke holding son Shaya on the red carpet of "Shrek Forever After"

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London, 8 November 2012

3. Various of Kourtney and Kim Kardashian talking to reporters at launch of Kollection

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Los Angeles, 21 June 2012

4. Various of Mark Wahlberg at TED premiere

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5. Various screengrab of the post announcing Wahlberg's role in Transformers

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New York, 28 June 2011

6. File footage of Michael Bay talking to reporter at the premiere of 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'

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