Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are expecting a baby in April 2015, Palace officials confirmed in a press release.
Bruce Jenner may be fooling around with Kris Jenner’s best friend and former assistant, Ronda Kimihara. They were spotted going to dinner and an Elton John concert in L.A. earlier this month, and a source says Kris is, quote, "torn apart and angry," and she's crying every night.
A video from 1999 of an 18-year-old Channing Tatum stripping has surfaced online. At the time, he was billing himself as Chan Crawford, and was dancing in a Chippendales-type show in Florida called Male Encounter.
Bono doesn't just wear sunglasses everywhere because he's obsessed with this rock star thing . . . he actually has a good reason. In a recent interview, he said, quote, "I've had glaucoma for the last 20 years. I have good treatments and I'm going to be fine."
Only one album has gone platinum so far this year . . . the "Frozen" soundtrack. And it's not likely that any other album will do it before the end of the year.
Blink 182 is recording an album for release next summer.
Could Ray Rice be reinstated by the NFL in a month? Keep in mind that even if he gets reinstated, that doesn't mean any teams will pick him up.
Less than three weeks after marrying George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin has been named London's Most Powerful Woman.
Nick Jonas apparently thinks George Clooney has a master plan to run for president in 2016.
Some topless pictures of Brooke Burke from a 1995 photo shoot have shown up at an art gallery.
Payton Manning has thrown more touchdown passes than any other quarterback in NFL history. He had 510 TD passes by the end of the game between the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers.
Since the San Francisco Giants are playing the Kansas City Royals in the World Series, some San Francisco radio stations have issued a temporary ban on Lorde’s "Royals". Lorde has said that it was inspired by an old picture she saw of George Brett in his Royals uniform.
Brad Pitt’s "Fury" was #1 at the box this weekend with $23.5 million.
"American Idol" contestant and plus size model Joann Borgella died Saturday after a battle with cancer. She was only 32.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Monday Night Football" . . . 8:30 P.M. on ESPN. The Steelers host the Texans.
"The Voice". . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
The official cause of Joan Rivers’ death is a lack of oxygen to the brain while she was undergoing a laryngoscopy and an endoscopy to evaluate vocal problems and reflux disease. Joan was under sedation by propofol at the time of her death.
Sting covers classic ringtones (aka "Stingtones"), and records a personal outgoing message for an audience member to the tune of "Message In A Bottle."
Charlie Sheen has broken up with his fiancée, former mattress actress Brett Rossi. Charlie released a statement saying, quote, "She's a terrific gal, but we've mutually decided to go our separate ways and to not spend the rest of our lives together."
Maria Menounos had a scare in New York City when someone shattered the back window of a car she was riding in. It happened while she was leaving an airport, in the middle of traffic. Nobody knows if this was a robbery attempt or if someone just randomly threw the tire iron through the window.
Sam Smith has announced dates for a 2015 North American tour. It kicks off January 9th in Atlanta.
Director Ridley Scott is producing a limited-run series about Ebola. It's based on a 1994 nonfiction book called "The Hot Zone" by Richard Preston. There's no word yet on any casting, a network or an airdate.
Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy is a dad. His wife gave birth to a baby boy, named Declan.
Jude Law is about to be a dad for the fifth time. But the mother is his EX-girlfriend Catherine Harding. Even though they're not together anymore, Jude's rep says they're both, quote, "wholeheartedly committed to raising their child."
Michael Jackson is once again the Top-Earning Dead Celebrity, raking in $140 million over the past year.
Joe Biden’s son was discharged from the Navy Reserve earlier this year after testing positive for cocaine.
New York Knicks star Amar’e Stoudemire takes baths . . . in red wine. He says, quote, "The red wine bath is very important for me because it creates more circulation of my red blood cells." After his rinse, he gets a 90-minute massage. He says he's been doing it for six months.
Ricki Lake is ditching Christian Evans, her husband of only two years.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Sunday: "Sunday Night Football" . . . 5:30 P.M. on NBC. The Broncos host the 49ers.
Sunday: “The Walking Dead” . . . 9pm…AMC.
There's a rumor going around that Lionel Richie is Khloe Kardashian’s real father. Supposedly, Lionel had an affair with Kris Jenner back in the early '80s, and some people think Khloe looks like Lionel's 16-year-old daughter Sofia.
Heidi Klum and Seal are officially divorced.
Robin Thicke threw himself a divorce party Friday night at his house in the Hollywood Hills. There were plenty of girls . . . plus Leonardo DiCaprio. A source says, quote, "Leo and Robin were being super flirtatious and talking to tons of girls . . . Everyone was dancing until past 3:00 A.M."
"Friends" . . . the entire series . . . is coming to Netflix on January 1st.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is taking "a couple weeks" off from the Fox News show "Fox and Friends" after undergoing a mysterious surgery. Co-host Steve Doocy said, quote, "She had some surgery yesterday . . . but she's doing just fine, she's on the mend." There's no word what's wrong.
The latest season of "American Horror Story" features a serial killer clown . . . and real-life non-evil clowns are not happy about that. The president of an organization called "Clowns of America International" says, quote, "We do not support in any way, shape, or form any medium that sensationalizes or adds to coulrophobia or 'clown fear.'"
5 Seconds of Summer had to cancel some dates because Ashton Irwin is suffering from appendicitis.
DC Comics announced several superhero movies following "Batman v. Superman" in 2016. They include two "Justice League" movies, plus stand-alone movies for "Aquaman", "Wonder Woman", "The Flash" and "Green Lantern".
Stevie Wonder’s fiancée expecting triplets.
Paula Abdul is back with a new jam about checking your chest for cancer. It's called "Check Yourself", and it includes such sweet lyrics as, quote, "You gotta know how to check yourself, just listen to me / Keep-a lookin' for those lumps and bumps, girls, it's just that easy."
Emma Stone stars in a new Broadway version of "Cabaret" next month.
Christian Bale is in talks to play Steve Jobs.
Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the Oscars.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Thursday Night Football" . . . 8:30 P.M. Eastern on CBS. The Patriots host the Jets.
"The Biggest Loser" . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
Christina Aguilera will rejoin "The Voice" for Season 8. She'll coach with Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
Nick Cannon has been cast in a recurring role on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine".
Simon Cowell freely admits he lets the nannies do the heavy-lifting when it comes to his 8-month-old son Eric. He says, quote, "I'm going to be honest, I'm not exactly a hands-on dad. I want to fast forward a few years so I can take him go-karting and then introduce him to women."
On "Ellen" yesterday, Ellen Degeneres and Portia De Rossi denied they're having a baby.
Zoe Saldana is reportedly having twin boys.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla are donating $25 million to help fight Ebola. He said, quote, "We need to get Ebola under control in the near term so that it doesn't spread further and become a long term global health crisis that we end up fighting for decades."
Brad Pitt is a big fan of guns. He says that his father had instilled in him a, quote, "profound and deep respect for the weapon." He got his first gun in kindergarten, and has had one ever since. He adds, quote, "I feel better having a gun. I don't feel the house is completely safe if I don't have one hidden somewhere. That's my thinking, right or wrong."
Kesha is suing her longtime producer Dr. Luke, claiming he sexually, physically, verbally, and emotionally abused her for years . . . including several incidents where he ordered her to take unknown drugs, then sexually assaulted her. Dr. Luke says she's a liar, and is countersuing her for extortion.
Snoop Dogg continued his beef with Iggy Azalea, posting a picture comparing her to MARLON WAYANS in "White Girls" and calling her the B-word. Iggy responded by saying she only takes issue with this because Snoop, quote, "acts another way to my face. He even follows me."
During a Q&A on U2's Facebook page, someone said that it was "rude" of them to have their album automatically downloaded into everybody's iTunes playlist. Bono responded, quote, "Oops . . . I'm sorry about that. I had this beautiful idea and we got carried away with ourselves. Artists are prone to that kind of thing."
On a dare from Ellen Degeneres, Shia Labouef went running in pink leggins to raise $10,000 for breast cancer research.
Dallas Cowboys reserve running back Joseph Randle was arrested for trying to steal underwear and cologne from a Dillard's department store.
Chris Rock will host the November 1st episode of "Saturday Night Live", with Prince as the musical guest.
"The Walking Dead" season premiere ended up being the second most-watched show of the week with its 17.3 million viewers. It came in behind "Sunday Night Football" and narrowly edged out "NCIS" for #2 by just a couple hundred thousand viewers.
Some dude showed up at New York Comic-Con dressed as basically every Johnny Depp character he would fit onto his body.
ON TV TONIGHT
Top Chef" . . . 10:00 P.M. on Bravo.
"South Park". . . 10:00 P.M. on Comedy Central.
The nominees for this year's "American Music Awards" were announced yesterday . . . and Iggy Azalea led everyone with six nominations. The ceremony will air live on Sunday, November 23rd.
Only one performer has been revealed for the AMA’s so far: Charli XCX.
Despite rumors that she's engaged, Cameron Diaz says, quote, "I'm not looking for a husband or marriage or not not looking for that stuff. I'm living, not thinking what I should or shouldn't be doing with my life." She also says she's not against doing nudity, quote, "as long as it's part of the story."
Amanda Bynes will remain on an involuntary psychiatric hold for at least two more weeks. Psychiatrists extended her involuntary 72-hour hold after determining that she's currently a "danger to herself, and to others."
"Time" magazine's list of "The 25 Most Influential Teens" includes Kylie and Kendall Jenner . . . President Obama's daughters Sasha and Malia . . . Austin Mahone . . . and Lorde.
Bethany Mota, the 18-year-old YouTube beauty and lifestyle sensation from California, has released her first single “Need You Right Now” featuring Mike Tompkins.
Demi Lovato recently saw a picture online of a little boy holding a sign saying, "I have a ring for you." So during a show on Saturday, she brought the five-year-old kid onstage with his sign . . . and had him get down on one knee and propose to her. She accepted.
"Esquire" has named Penelope Cruz this year's Sexiest Woman Alive.
Sources say negotiations are underway to bring Robert Downey Jr. to "Captain America 3". The movie would be based on a 2006 storyline from the comics, in which Iron Man and Captain America lead opposing groups of heroes who are at war over a plan for the government to regulate them.
"The Walking Dead" returned for its fifth season on Sunday night, and set a personal best with 17.3 million viewers. And the fourth season of "American Horror Story" set an FX record with 10 million viewers last week.
On last week's episode of "South Park", it was revealed that Randy Marsh, a 45-year-old geologist with a mustache, is actually Lorde. But Lorde was fine with the episode, even praising it for its message about gender equality. And she copied their impression of her in an interview.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Sons of Anarchy" … 10 P.M. on FX.
"The Voice" battle rounds . . . 8 P.M. on NBC.
AMC posted the first 4 minutes of the season premiere of ‘The Walking Dead’ online.
Amanda Bynes is under the care of professionals yet again. She's reportedly been placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold, where she'll be held for 72 hours, while they evaluate her mental condition. This came after she Tweeted that her father was sexually, verbally, and physically abusive . . . and later retracted that claim, and blamed it on the "microchip" in her head.
Iggy Azalea and a friend got into a confrontation with a photographer at a grocery store, during which they allegedly spit on him and put him in a chokehold. Then Iggy tried to hit him with her shopping cart and said she hopes he gets Ebola. She later said the guy had been bothering her all day.
Cameron Diaz was spotted wearing a ring on her engagement finger. Are she and Benji Madden getting hitched?
A 32-year-old actress named Misty Upham has gone missing . . . and is potentially suicidal. She's a Native American actress who was in "Frozen River" and "August: Osage County". Her dad says, quote, "She told me and her mom that we didn't have to worry about her anymore."
Queen Elizabeth made Angelina Jolie an honorary dame for, you know, all the good stuff she does.
Nicole Kidman says she wants to have another baby with Keith Urban, but at 47, she doesn't expect it to happen.
Thanks to Stephen Collins, actors from "7th Heaven" are losing residuals, because networks are dropping the reruns.
An official sequel to "The Lego Movie" is being pushed back in favor of "Lego Batman", which is due out in 2017. And Will Arnett, who voiced Lego Batman in the original movie, is on board.
Jessie J worked with Ariana Grande on the hit single "Bang Bang", and she says Ariana is not a diva. Quote, "I always say, judge a person when you meet them. I've met Ariana, and there's a very thin line between 'diva' and 'survival.' And a lot of people can't [differentiate that]."
Tim Burton remaking "Mary Poppins" with Cate Blanchett in the lead role.
Ben Affleck’s "Gone Girl" was #1 at the box office for a second week with $26.8 million in ticket sales.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Monday Night Football" . . . 8:30 P.M. Eastern on ESPN. The Rams host the 49ers.
"The Voice" battle rounds . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
"Dancing with the Stars" . . . 8:00 P.M. on ABC.