Johnny Depp’s spokesman addressed his upcoming divorce. He said, quote, "Given the brevity of this marriage and the most recent and tragic loss of his mother, Johnny will not respond to any of the salacious false stories, gossip, misinformation and lies about his personal life.”
T.I. had this to say about the shooting that happened Wednesday just before his concert: Quote, "My heart is heavy today. Our music is intended to save lives, like it has mine and many others." There's video footage of Troy Ave firing a gun, and so he was arrested and charged with attempted murder and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. He could also get a murder charge, if ballistics prove he shot the guy who died . . . his bodyguard. Apparently, it started over a beef between him and Maino, who was also performing that night. Troy Ave was one of the four people shot, but it's unclear if there was another shooter. Apparently he accidentally shot himself.
Calvin Harris canceled two more shows, as he continues to recover from his car accident.
Charlie Sheen has a new line of Emojis . . . called Sheenojis, of course. There are almost 100 of them, and you can get the app at the iTunes store.
Nielsen has released the list of the most-watched broadcast shows last season . . . and the top spots went to "Sunday Night Football", "The Big Bang Theory", "NCIS", "Thursday Night Football", and "Empire".
An indie pop singer named Casey Dienel is suing Justin Bieber, claiming he stole an eight-second vocal loop from one of her songs for his track "Sorry". Her song came out in 2014, a year before "Sorry".
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne reportedly met with a marriage counselor.
Sources say Derek Jeter will marry Hannah Davis in July.
Kylie Jenner was bankrolling Tyga while they were together. Supposedly, she gave him $2 million, and now she wants it back. But a source said, quote, "He was shocked when she asked to be paid, telling her he thought the money was a gift, not a loan."
"Alice Through the Looking Glass" is out this weekend. It's up against the new X-Men movie "X-Men: Apocalypse".
The Red Hot Chili Peppers released the title track from their upcoming album "The Getaway".
TMZ says Dustin Diamond’s parole violation was drug-related that landed him back in jail.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater went to visit a 6-year-old fan who made a rap video inviting him to his birthday party.
"Entertainment Weekly" put out a list of the 20 best songs of the year so far, and the Top Three are: "Formation" by Beyoncé, "UltraLight Beam" by Kanye West, and "Work from Home" by Fifth Harmony.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Friday at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN: Game 6 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between Cleveland Cavaliers & Toronto Raptors.
Saturday at 9:00 p.m. on TNT: Game 6 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between OKC Thunder & Golden State Warriors.
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on HBO: "Game of Thrones".
Amber Heard filed for divorce from Johnny Depp on Monday. She's asking for spousal support, but he's trying to get out of paying it. Johnny and Amber got married 15 months ago, in February of 2015.
"OK!" magazine claims Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are breaking up because she just smokes, drinks wine, and doesn't eat. And also, he's supposedly having an affair.
The "National Enquirer" says Amal Clooney wants a divorce, because she can't handle George Clooney’s close relationship with Julia Roberts. A source says, quote, "To her, it's cheating . . . emotional cheating."
Patrick Dempsey says he and his wife Jillian are back together.
"Entertainment Tonight" claims Rob Lowe is in talks to be Kelly Ripa’s permanent co-host. He was reportedly in the running back in 2012 too, before they ultimately chose Michael Strahan.
T.I. was supposed to perform at Irving Plaza in New York City last night, but there was a shooting in the crowd before he went on. Unfortunately, four people were shot, and a 33-year-old man died. No arrests have been made yet.
"Dancing with the Stars" pros Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are expecting their first child together. They got engaged this past December. Peta just won the current season with model Nyle DiMarco.
There's video online of Adele screwing up the words to one of her songs in concert, and laughing about it. She said, quote, "[Crap], wrong words. [Crap], [crap], [crap]. Should I sing the right words? . . . Sorry."
Dustin "Screech" Diamond is back behind bars on a probation violation. There's no word what he did. But it's possible he didn't get permission before he left Wisconsin to do that "Extra" interview with Mario Lopez.
Disney might do a live-action "Little Mermaid". There's actually already one in the works starring Chloe Grace Moretz, but it's based on the original Hans Christian Anderson fable, not the Disney cartoon.
The two-hour "Red Nose Day" comic relief special is tonight. Half of the money raised will be spent to help kids in the U.S. and the rest will be used to support projects in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Some of the celebrities involved include: Paul Rudd, Zac Efron, Seth Rogen, Tracy Morgan, Liam Neeson, Lena Dunham, and Jack Black.
The Weeknd was supposed to perform on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" with Belly last night, but they backed out when they found out Donald Trump was also on. The Weeknd hasn't commented, but Belly said . . . Quote, "I just didn't want to feel like I was a part of a celebration for somebody who has beliefs that the majority of us don't agree with."
Actress Beth Howland died of lung cancer at the age of 74. She played Vera, the airheaded waitress on the classic sitcom "Alice". She actually died on December 31st, but her husband said she didn't want an announcement or a memorial service.
ON TV TONIGHT
Game 5 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between the OKC Thunder and the Golden State Warriors at 9:00 p.m. on TNT.
Game 7 of the "Stanley Cup Conference Finals" between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Tampa Bay Lightning at 8:00 p.m. on the NBC Sports network.
"Lip Sync Battle" at 10:00 p.m. on Spike. Cee Lo Green vs. Russell Peters.
Alisan Porter won Season 10 of "The Voice" . . . making Christina Aguilera the first female coach to have a winner. Alisan actually starred in the movie "Curly Sue" back when she was a kid.
And the winner of "Dancing with the Stars" is . . . male model Nyle DiMarco. UFC fighter Paige Vanzant came in second, followed by "Good Morning America" meteorologist Ginger Zee.
Adele is about to sign a $130 million deal with Sony. It's the biggest record deal ever for a female artist, and for a British artist, male or female. She's only 28.
Jay Z may or may not be working on a joint album with Beyoncé but he isn't waiting until then to address "Lemonade". Fat Joe got him to do a verse on the remix of "All the Way Up" and he rapped, quote, "You know you made it when the fact your marriage made it is worth millions. Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is." It's a Tidal exclusive.
The "Daily Mail" claims Charlie Sheen is moving to Mexico. He bought three properties next to each other in Rosarito, a retirement community in Baja. He plans on living in the middle one and keeping the others empty.
Here's Shia LaBeouf’s latest goofy "art" project. He's going to hitchhike around the country. And if you pick him up, you can take him wherever you want.
The first round of "Teen Choice" nominees has been announced. Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber scored with three nominations each. Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice each received four nominations.
After the Billboard Music Awards, The Weeknd boasted on Twitter about having won eight, "more than any male artist in history." As it turns out, that's wrong . . . Usher won 14 back in 2004. Usher's fans reminded The Weeknd of this.
Watch the brand new trailer for Finding Dory online and see the film in 3D June 17 when it swims into theatres.
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', Jimmy surprised Pink with an impromptu Johnny Depp appearance! Pink said Depp was one of her "celebrity crushes" right before the actor joined the stage on Monday's episode.
The producers of "The Biggest Loser" are denying a report that they forced contestants to take banned weight loss pills. Quote, "Contestants are told at the start that there's zero tolerance for any weight-loss drugs. We prohibit the use of any illegal substances."
Raven Symone has released two songs . . . her first new tracks in eight years.
Ariana Grande released the video for "Into You".
Original "Halloween" director John Carpenter is returning to the franchise to act as a producer and creative consultant on a new installment. This will be the 11th "Halloween" movie.
Paul McCartney recently talked about working with Kanye West on "All Day", and he said some of his friends, including Oprah, weren't cool with all the profanity.
ON TV TONIGHT
Game 5 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Toronto Raptors at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.
"The Price is Right: Amazing Race Edition" at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.
A lot of people didn't like Madonna's Prince tribute at the "Billboard Music Awards" on Sunday night. But she doesn't care. She said, quote, "Deal with It! Anyone who wants to do a tribute is welcome to."
Justin Bieber ranted on social media about how award shows aren't authentic enough. He said, quote, "These award shows seem so hollow . . . I see a bunch of fake smiles, so that when the camera hits them they look happy."
The "New York Post" claims Jay Z and Beyoncé will answer all our "Lemonade" questions with an upcoming joint album. A source says, quote, "It's more their style to respond through music."
Fergie is putting out another solo album later this year. It's called "Double Dutchess", and she just released a 60-second clip from it. She also shot a new music video with Ciara and Kim Kardashian.
Mariah Carey signed a three-picture deal with the Hallmark Channel to produce, direct, and star in three movies. She'll also write an original song for each one.
A teaser for the live-action "Beauty and the Beast" movie starring Emma Watson has been released.
There's a new animated "Garfield" movie in the works. There's no word who will do any of the voices.
For anyone out there who loves hip-hop and building materials, Eminem has you covered. He's selling off bricks from his childhood home for $313 a pop. The house was on the cover of "The Marshall Mathers LP" and its sequel. He's also selling dog tags made from wood salvaged from the home. A portion of the proceeds are going to at-risk youth.
Kelly Osbourne Tweeted out the phone number of her dad's alleged mistress.
Cee Lo will be on the "Voice" finale tonight, doing a duet with Team Pharrell contestant Hannah Houston.
Discovery is doing a show on the wonders of nature with music and narration by Christina Aguilera, Usher, Ellie Goulding, Joan Jett, Dave Matthews and Steven Tyler.
Brad Pitt helped save a little girl from being crushed by fans who were pushing against a barricade.
Tommy Chong was supposed to introduce Bernie Sanders at a rally in L.A. yesterday, but his invitation was pulled at the last minute. Tommy called it an insult, but the campaign told him it was a "scheduling conflict."
T.I. was on "The View" yesterday . . . and he had the pleasure of having Joy Behar introduce him as 'T.J.'
Whoopi Goldberg is producing a show about transgender models for Oxygen.
Vanilla Ice performed the "Ninja Rap" at the premiere of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadow".
The Dave Matthews Band will perform in North Carolina on Friday, and they're donating some of the money to equality charities.
ON TV TONIGHT
Game 4 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between the OKC Thunder and the Golden State Warriors at 9:00 p.m. on TNT.
The two-hour season finale of "The Voice" at 9:00 p.m. on NBC.
The two-hour season finale of "Dancing with the Stars" at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.
At the "Billboard Music Awards" last night, Kesha got a standing ovation - she sang Bob Dylan’s "It Ain't Me Babe". Madonna paid tribute to Prince by singing "Nothing Compares 2 U". Then Stevie Wonder came out for some "Purple Rain". Britney Spears kicked off the night by lip-syncing a medley of her hits - she got this year's Millennium Award. Celine Dion sang Queen's "The Show Must Go On" in honor of her late husband Rene Angelil. She got the Icon Award.
The Weeknd was the big winner at the Billboard Music Awards, with eight awards. Adele won the biggest award, Top Artist. Top Male Artist went to Justin Bieber and Top Female Artist went to Adele. Fetty Wap got Top New Artist.
Taylor Swift’s boyfriend Calvin Harris was in a bad car accident in L.A. on Friday night, when a Volkswagen Bug full of teenagers crashed into his SUV. Fortunately, no one was killed. Calvin had to cancel two shows, but he's okay.
Jon Stewart and his wife adopted an abused horse, which had been shot more than 100 times with paintballs at close range. She had even lost an eye thanks to the abuse. The owner was convicted of animal cruelty on Friday.
Eva Longoria got married on Saturday near Mexico City. Celebrity guests included Victoria and David Beckham, Ricky Martin, Mario Lopez, Melanie Griffith, and Vanessa Williams, who sang during the ceremony.
Alfonso Ribeiro was challenged to a dance-off by a five-year-old girl who's suffering from arthrogryposis, a condition that makes your joints and muscles stiff. She's raising money for a special, $22,000 chair that would help her get around.
Florence Welch from Florence & The Machine visited a 15-year-old fan in hospice, and sang for her and her family. She sang at least two songs, "Shake It Off" and "Dog Days Are Over", and the girl sang with her.
"Angry Birds" won the box office this weekend with $39 million. "Captain America" fell to second, with $33.1 million.
The nominees for the "BET Awards" have been announced and Drake leads everyone with nine nominations. Beyoncé and Rihanna are next with five each. And Adele got her first BET nomination. The show will air live on June 26th.
Maroon 5 canceled two shows in North Carolina because of their new bathroom law.
Prince’s heirs reportedly want to get at his music archive, and start releasing stuff.
"Mr. Ed" star Alan Young died this past Thursday, at the age of 96. He played Mr. Ed's owner Wilbur from 1961 to 1966. More recently, he was the voice of Scrooge McDuck on "Ducktales" and other Disney shows.
Kim Kardashian pays her stylist $1 million. Christine Centenera is also the fashion director of Vogue Australia.
David Hasselhoff only has $4,000 in cash to his name. At least that's what he's telling the court so they'll lower his support payments to his ex-wife.
ON TV TONIGHT
Game 4 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Toronto Raptors at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.
"The Voice" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.
The season premiere of "The Bachelorette" at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.
Just a week after announcing his retirement from "60 Minutes", Morley Safer has died. He was 84. One of his producers says his health had been declining for a while, and he knew he didn't have long.
"Captain America: Civil War" will surpass $1 billion at the box office worldwide this weekend. It's the first movie to do that this year, and only the 25th ever.
The Weeknd could have a big weekend at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. He is a finalist 19 times in 16 categories. Justin Bieber follows The Weeknd -- he's a finalist 12 times, in 11 categories. Drake and Fetty Wap are both finalists 11 times, in 10 categories. Taylor Swift and Adele are both finalists for 8 awards. Ludacris and Ciara will host the awards.
Kesha will perform at the "Billboard Music Awards" after all. Dr. Luke re-approved it, after he was assured that it wouldn't reference him or their ongoing court battle.
Monday's season finale of "The Voice" was going to have a duet between Christina Aguilera and a hologram of Whitney Houston. But Whitney's camp decided to pull the plug, because they didn't think the hologram looked good.
Daniel Craig has reportedly turned down $100 million to do two more James Bond movies. He's already banked around $55 million total for the four movies he's done: "Casino Royale", "Quantum of Solace", "Skyfall", and "Spectre".
A sex tape featuring Kylie Jenner and her ex-boyfriend Tyga was supposedly posted on Tyga's website for about 30 minutes Wednesday night. But there doesn't seem to be any evidence . . . so this might just be a bogus tabloid report.
The CW will add three new shows next season, and they include a show based on the movie "Frequency", and one about a woman who falls for a guy who thinks the apocalypse is coming in eight months and 12 days.
Tim Tebow is releasing a book called "Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storm".
Axl Rose finally got out of his throne and back on his feet for an AC/DC show in Austria last night.
On "Ellen" yesterday, Kanye West went on a six minute rant about how important fashion is, and how he wants to help the human race, but we don't believe in him and just want to tear him down.
Sources say Jon Hamm’s people trying to get him back into rehab because he's struggling with sobriety.
John Berry died yesterday at the age of 52. He was an original member of the Beastie Boys.
"Superman" stud Henry Cavill and his girlfriend broke up.
Golfer Phil Michelson is accused of making almost $1 million from insider trading.
Sara Ramirez has left "Grey's Anatomy" . . . but it sounds like things have been left open for a return someday.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Saturday at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN: Game 3 of the "NBA Conference Finals" between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Toronto Raptors.
Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on ABC: "The Billboard Music Awards".
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on HBO: "Game of Thrones".