Hillary Clinton is reportedly skipping a Human Rights Campaign dinner Saturday to appear on "Saturday Night Live". Sources say she'll do a sketch with Kate McKinnon, who's been impersonating her on the show. She'll speak to the Human Rights Campaign Saturday morning.
Army National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos is the guy who's on "Dancing with the Stars" for stopping a terrorist on a train back in August . . . and believe it or not, he used to go to Umpqua Community College in Oregon, where yesterday's mass shooting took place.
RadarOnline.com reports that Sandra Bullock has become a mother again after adopting a baby girl. Sandra, 51, already has a son Louis, 5, whom she adopted back in New Orleans in 2010.
Jennifer Lawrence isn't looking forward to a Donald Trump presidency. She says, quote, "If Donald Trump becomes president that will be the end of the world." Her "Hunger Games" co-star Liam Hemsworth backs that statement up, while Josh Hutcherson still doesn't believe Trump's campaign is anything but a publicity stunt.
In an interview with MTV, Jennifer Lawrence stuffed 10 marshmallows in her mouth, and admitted she's not above peeing in sinks. She said, quote, "When two girls go into a bathroom, someone's gotta take sink! I actually like taking the sink."
Fox News has topped a poll on which media outlet is the most trusted. It was conducted by Suffolk University and "USA Today", and it found that 23% of people trusted Fox News . . . CNN was second with 15% . . . followed by MSNBC with just 5%, and Comedy Central at 4%.
Word has it Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s new tightrope movie "The Walk" is making people sick . . . literally . . . because it was shot in 3D, and it's too real for some people who have vertigo or a fear of heights.
"Watchmen" may come to HBO as a limited series. There's no word if it'll be a sequel, a prequel, or another adaptation of the graphic novel.
Amber James and Becca Tilley from Season 19 of "The Bachelor" are coming back for Season 20.
Paul McCartney and Beck played some Beatles songs together at a PETA event Wednesday night.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Saturday at 11:30 p.m. on NBC: Miley Cyrus hosts the 41st season premiere of "Saturday Night Live".
Sunday at 5:30 p.m. on NBC: The New Orleans Saints host the Dallas Cowboys on "Sunday Night Football".
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on AMC: The "Fear the Walking Dead" season finale.
After scrapping six shows last month, Kelly Clarkson has canceled the rest of her 2015 tour dates on doctor's orders. It's unclear what's wrong, but apparently she's been told to rest her voice for the rest of the year.
Kaley Cuoco and her husband Ryan Sweeting may be divorcing because he's hooked on painkillers. A source says he started taking them last year for a back injury, and won't quit. The source adds, quote, "She couldn't fix him. He wasn't the man she thought he was. She couldn't take his ups and downs. He'd lash out at her."
Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson has recorded a pop song called "Movin' Up". There's also a video featuring Alana and her family . . . including parents Mama June and Sugar Bear dancing in the studio.
Caitlyn Jenner won't be charged with vehicular manslaughter for the fatal wreck she was involved in back in February. Police say they don't have enough evidence to prove she was at fault. But Caitlyn is still facing civil lawsuits.
Taylor Swift performed in St. Louis on Tuesday . . . and she did "Hot in Herre" with Nelly and Haim. It seems like a strange combination but it worked.
Naya Rivera gave birth to a baby boy. He's the first child for Naya and her husband Ryan Dorsey. His name is Josey Hollis Dorsey.
Ariana Grande was asked to name her childhood crush yesterday on "Live! With Kelly and Michael". She said, quote, "My childhood crush, my lifelong crush, it kind of all goes together. It's Jim Carey."
Rita Ora is dating Travis Barker from Blink-182.
Bill Cosby has three more accusers.
Disney is finally working on an "Enchanted" sequel, and they're calling it "Disenchanted".
The Brazilian girl who hugged and groped Katy Perry during a recent gig says she wasn’t messed up, just tired.
Farrah Abraham totally overdid her Tooth Fairy duties. She gave her daughter about $1,350 in cash, plus a custom bracelet with the tooth inside. Just two months ago she gave her daughter $600 for her two front teeth.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Thursday Night Football" at 8:30 p.m. on CBS and the NFL Network. The Steelers host the Ravens.
The season premiere of "The Blacklist" at 9:00 p.m. on NBC.
The season premiere of "Sleepy Hollow" at 9:00 p.m. on Fox.
Nicki Minaj and ABC Family are developing a TV show based on her life. It's a half-hour comedy about her family's move from Trinidad to Queens, New York in the early 1990s . . . and of course, also about her rise to fame.
AOL is developing a video series on SNOOP DOGG's youth football league. Snoop won't just be on it, he'll also direct. There's no word on a title, but it will debut on AOL's streaming platform sometime later this year.
Mark your calendars: "Pitch Perfect 3" hits theaters in August of 2017.
Kim Zolciak has started a petition to get back on "Dancing with the Stars".
Lady Gaga is "Billboard's" Woman of the Year.
Jim Carrey's ex-girlfriend Cathriona White died of an apparent suicide Monday night. They had broken up last week, and police sources say she left a note that mentioned the breakup. She was only 30. Jim issued a statement saying he was "deeply saddened."
Earlier this month, The Rock saved his French Bulldog puppy from drowning in his pool. But sadly, the same dog recently ate some poisonous mushrooms, and he didn't make it. In a sad Instagram post, The Rock paid tribute to the dog, and said, quote, "Wish I could've saved you one more time."
Australia doesn't want to let Chris Brown in because of his criminal past. But he thinks they should, so he can teach their kids about domestic violence.
The upcoming James Bond movie "Spectre" is the most expensive movie in the series . . . and one of the reasons is because they wrecked $37 million worth of cars. A stunt coordinator says, quote, "We set the record for smashing up cars on 'Spectre'."
An appeal on the lifting of Tom Brady's suspension won't hit a courtroom until sometime next year, which means that no matter what, he'll get to play the whole season.
Brian Austin Green responded to Megan Fox's divorce petition. And, as expected, he asked for spousal support, as well as joint custody of their two sons. Brian hasn't been able to work since he and Megan were hit head-on by a drunk driver last December.
LL Cool J's 26-year-old son Najee Smith was arrested after getting into a fistfight outside a nightclub in Manhattan on Tuesday. Apparently, the altercation was with some security guards . . . and witnesses say he was drunk. He was jailed overnight, and was charged with criminal trespassing.
Bill Cosby has lost another honorary degree . . . this time from Brown University.
Katy Perry had a toasted female fan join her onstage at Brazil's Rock in Rio festival last weekend . . . and the girl repeatedly kissed Katy's neck . . . hung all over her . . . and touched her chest. To Katy's credit, she handled it well. She propped her up, and took a selfie with her.
After ditching her clothes in 17 films and four glorious decades, Helen Mirren is finally done doing nudity. She says, quote, "That's the good thing about getting older, you don't have to do that sort of thing anymore. My pleasure pillows are purely for my husband."
Three of the nine new shows that premiered last week cracked the Top 20. The sitcom "Life in Pieces"premiered with 11.3 million viewers . . . "Blindspot" had 10.6 million . . . and "Limitless" had 9.9 million. "The Big Bang Theory" did the best of two dozen returning shows with 18.2 million viewers.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Empire" at 9:00 p.m. on Fox.
The season premiere of "Criminal Minds" at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.
The series premier of "Code Black" at 10:00 p.m. on CBS.
A man proposed to his girlfriend on "The Voice" last night, after they auditioned together. Juba Lee Young and Amanda Preslar's performance of "Seven Bridges Road" got Williams and Stefani to turn their red chairs as well.
Kate Hudson and Nick Jonas are reportedly dating. They were at Disney World together on Saturday . . . then she went to his concert at the House of Blues that night. She's 36, he's 23.
After suffering a mini stroke last week, Kim Zolciak had to withdraw from "Dancing with the Stars".
Check out Trevor Noah’s first "Daily Show" open. His best jokes were at the top of the show when he introduced himself to America and thanked both Stewart and viewers.
Fox released a new promo for the upcoming season of "The X-Files" featuring some of the original cast members.
Today's DVDs include the "Entourage" movie, Melissa McCarthy's "Spy" comedy, and the "Poltergeist" remake. And you can now catch Lindsay Lohan's "The Canyons" on Netflix, along with the fifth season of "The Walking Dead".
Donald Trump is ending his boycott of Fox News. The network announced tonight that Trump will appear on The O’Reilly Factor Tuesday night after he angrily declared he’s boycotting Fox News and won’t be doing any more shows.
Paul Walker’s daughter is suing Porsche over his death, claiming the sports car he was riding in had multiple design flaws.
Matt Damon seems to suggest that gay actors should stay in the closet to protect their careers. In a recent interview he said, quote, "I think you're a better actor the less people know about you period. And sexuality is a huge part of that."
Sean Astin says there will definitely be a "Goonies" sequel, but he apparently doesn't have any real inside info, since he doesn't know when it'll happen or even if he'll be in it.
"Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean says that Waylon Smithers will finally come out of the closet to Mr. Burns this season. Quote, "We deal with that in two episodes. We actually do a lot with Smithers this year . . . he gets fed up with Burns not appreciating him, and considers his options."
Catherine Coulson from "Twin Peaks" has died at the age of 71. She played the Log Lady, and was set to return for Showtime's upcoming revival of the series.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Voice" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. Part 4 of the blind auditions.
The season premiere of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.
The Pope has announced that he's dropping a pop-rock album called "Wake Up!". It will feature him delivering sacred hymns, and "excerpts of his most moving speeches, in multiple languages." That will paired with uplifting music ranging from pop-rock, to rock, to Gregorian chants. The album comes out November 27th. The lead single is called "Wake Up! Go! Go! Forward!".
Adam Sandler made his way back to #1 at the box office, but in a cartoon. "Hotel Transylvania 2" made $47.5 million. "The Intern" with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway was a distant second, with $18.2 million.
Sam Smith has released "Writing's on the Wall", his theme song for the new James Bond movie "Spectre".
Vin Diesel may have just announced on Facebook that the "Fast and Furious" franchise will end after three more movies.
"Real Housewife" Kim Zolciak suffered a mini stroke last week, but she's still hoping to return to "Dancing with the Stars".
Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting are getting divorced after less than two years of marriage. They got married in December of 2013. They released a statement saying the decision was mutual.
Taylor Swift did two shows in Nashville this weekend. On Friday, Steven Tyler joined her onstage for "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing". On Saturday, she and Mick Jagger sang "Satisfaction".
Amber Heard, Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper helped distribute hearing aids to people in need in Brazil.
At the Global Citizen Festival in New York, Pearl Jam and Beyoncé teamed up to perform Bob Marley’s "Redemption Song". Pearl Jam also did John Lennon’s "Imagine". And Beyoncé did another duet. Ed Sheeran joined her onstage for "Drunk in Love".
Sigourney Weaver will be in the new "Ghostbusters" movie.
Former "Who's the Boss" child star Danny Pintauro has been HIV-positive for the past 12 years. He was on Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" on Saturday . . . and he revealed that he contracted it in 2003.
A business partner of Jennifer Lopez’s first husband claims they're going to release a private video from their relationship, featuring Jennifer, quote, "with a lack of clothing and in sexual situations." Although Jennifer's ex said four years ago that the video in question was not pornographic.
On Friday, "20/20" aired some rarely seen O.J. Simpson footage from his deposition under oath in the 1997 wrongful death civil case. He tells the prosecutor that bruises on Nicole Brown's face were makeup for a movie they were doing. And, he also admits to getting physical with her.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Monday Night Football" at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN. The Green Bay Packers host the Kansas City Chiefs.
"Dancing with the Stars" at 8:00 p.m. on ABC. Alfonso Ribeiro is a guest judge.
"The Voice" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. Part 3 of the blind auditions.
Nickelodeon unveiled a '90s throwback project called "The Splat". It's an eight-hour block of content from the '90s that will air every night on TeenNick from 10:00 P.M. until 6:00 A.M. . . . with old shows like "All That", "Are You Afraid of the Dark?", "CatDog", "Clarissa Explains It All", and "Rugrats".
There's going to be more "Men in Black", but the producers say Will Smith probably won't be in them. There is actually talk about rebooting the franchise, so it's not clear if anyone will be back.
"The A-Team" is going to be a TV series again.
Ivanka Trump announced that she is pregnant with her third child!
Janet Jackson has released a new track called "Burn It Up", featuring Missy Elliott. It's off her new album "Unbreakable", which will be out next Friday, October 2nd.
For the second year in a row, Lebron James tops an annual survey of 'America's Favorite Sports Stars.' In the same survey, he's also #1 on the list of 'America's Least Favorite Sports Stars.' For the sixth year in a row, Serena Williams tops an annual survey of 'America's Favorite Female Sports Stars,' conducted by Harris Interactive.
Rosie O’Donnell apparently saved the life of her estranged wife Michelle Rounds this week. Rounds was distraught over losing a custody battle to Rosie, so she tried to overdose on pills. But Rosie called her while someone else called 911, and kept her on the phone until paramedics showed up.
A New York pizza joint made a Pope pizza in honor of the pope's visit.
"Empire" premiered to 16 million viewers.
Jon Hamm will guest star on "SpongeBob SquarePants" as an ad exec named Don Grouper.
Disneyland is closing some attractions for a year in January, and Big Thunder Ranch is closing permanently . . . so they can build a 14-acre "Star Wars Land". It'll include a ride where you fly the Millennium Falcon, and a cantina where you can eat and drink, like the creature cantina in the first movie.
Ellen Degeneres started a social media challenge where you dance to raise awareness for pediatric cancer.
"Hotel Transylvania 2" is out this week. It's against the Robert DeNiro movie "The Intern" and the supernatural thriller "Before I Wake".
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Friday at 9:00 p.m. on CBS: The 6th season premiere of "Hawaii Five-0".
Sunday at 5:30 p.m. on NBC: The Detroit Lions host the Denver Broncos on "Sunday Night Football".
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on AMC: "Fear the Walking Dead".