Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez might be headed for divorce. Halle was recently spotted without her wedding ring, and a source says they're separated, and haven't been seen together publicly since February. There's no word why they supposedly split.
Fox pulled Ryan Seacrest’s "Knock Knock Live!" after just two episodes. The premiere only attracted 1.75 million viewers last week. The second episode was even worse, despite a cameo by Justin Bieber.
Former president George H.W. Bush is giving two thumbs up, not long after falling and breaking a vertebra in his neck.
Jets fans flew a banner over a Patriots practice that said, "Cheaters Look Up."
A thousand people got together in Cesena, Italy and performed the Foo Fighters song "Learn to Fly". They're trying to get the band to play there.
One Direction released its 1st track since the departure of Zayn Malik. The band shared an iTunes link to "Drag Me Down" on Twitter Friday. Malik, who left the band in March, announced a deal with RCA Records Wednesday.
The fifth "Mission Impossible" is up against the new "Vacation" movie this weekend.
Kylie Jenner will celebrate her 18th birthday at a resort in Canada, where she can drink legally. But it's actually work. She's being paid between $100,000 and $200,000 for the gig.
Someone confronted "Flashdance" star Jennifer Beals for leaving her dog in her car. But she later released a statement saying it was a "cool" 73-degree day, she had all four windows down, she only left the dog in the car for a few minutes to pick up her laundry, and she could see the car the whole time.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen has sparked rumors that she may be secretly cooking up a divorce settlement with her husband of 11 years after quietly handing over the deed to a million-dollar home to him.
Valerie Harper was hospitalized Wednesday in Maine, where she's doing a play, because she wasn't feeling well. She was released yesterday.
Ivan Reitman says there's actually not a male "Ghostbusters" movie in the works.
Kelly Ripa broke her foot during a dance class.
An HBO executive says "Game of Thrones" character Jon Snow is definitely dead.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Saturday at 11:30 p.m. on NBC: "Saturday Night Live" with Reese Witherspoon.
Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on ABC: The 2nd season premiere of "Bachelor in Paradise".
"Us Weekly" says Ben Affleck is dating a 28-year-old woman who was originally hired as a nanny for his kids. They supposedly started getting intimate when Ben and Jennifer Garner were separated, and when Jen found out, she fired her. Ben's rep says it's not true, and he might sue the magazine.
Jose Canseco is going to spend a week as a woman to show his support for Caitlyn Jenner. He says, quote, "In the very beginning, I didn't understand it, so I was kind of like, against it. Once I watched it more and more, and realized what it really entailed, what he was going through, I started supporting him." He's doing it for his new Internet reality show, "Spend a Day with Jose".
Beyoncé might join the cast of NBC's "The Wiz Live!", as Glinda, the Good Witch.
Zayn Malik has signed a solo record deal with RCA – four months after breaking the hearts of teenage fans worldwide by leaving One Direction. “I guess I never explained why I left, it was for this moment to be given the opportunity to show you who i really am! #realmusic #RCA !!” Malik posted on social media on Wednesday.
Jimmy Kimmel’s emotional bit about Cecil the Lion, where he suggested making a donation to Oxford's Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, has resulted in $155,000 in less than 24 hours.
Madonna has released a video teasing her upcoming "Rebel Heart" tour, and it includes pole-dancing nuns. The video is set to her song "Devil Pray".
On Tuesday night, Demi Lovato Tweeted that she and Wilmer Valderrama had lost their dog Buddy to a "tragic accident." Well, TMZ says Buddy was attacked by a coyote. And what's worse, Demi's the one who found her.
A male "Ghostbusters" movie is still in the works, and the script is done. The writer says his dream cast would include Chris Pratt and Channing Tatum.
Rumor has it that the NFL was willing to reduce Tom Brady’s four-game suspension by "at least 50%" if he admitted to knowing about the footballs being deflated . . . but that didn't happen. Instead, he made a Facebook post about his innocence . . . and he filed a lawsuit against the league.
The cast of "Fuller House" just added the guys who played the twin sons of John Stamos and Lori Loughlin.
The 1971 classic "Shaft" was remade in 2000 with Samuel L. Jackson. But it's getting remade again. This time it'll have a comedic tone, along with plenty of action.
ON TV TONIGHT
“Big Brother” at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.
"Lip Sync Battle" at 10:00 p.m. on Spike.
Despite Bobbi Kristina's recent autopsy results, things are still looking bad for the late star's boyfriend, Nick Gordon. It appears that the District Attorney's office is looking to press charges for involuntary manslaughter. Sources relayed that Nick may be charged for his part in acquiring drugs for the starlet on the day she was found unresponsive and facedown in the bathtub.
On "Live! With Kelly and Michael" yesterday, the show was offering a trip to a caller if she could answer a trivia question. After Michael Strahan read the question, the caller asked for a clarification . . . but he misheard her and thought she'd answered it correctly, so he gave her the trip.
Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige have joined the cast of "The Wiz Live!" Latifah will play The Wiz, and Mary will play Evillene, the Wicked Witch of the West.
Macklemore says his sudden success led to him relapsing on marijuana and pills. He says, quote, "The pressure and the fame . . . all the clichés, man . . . like not being able to walk around, having no privacy." But then he found out that his fiancée was pregnant, and he realized it was time to grow up.
Jimmy Kimmel got really emotional last night, when he talked about an American dentist who killed a famous lion in Zimbabwe. He asked people to donate to the wildlife conservation unit that had been monitoring the lion, and to show the world that not every American is an idiot.
It turns out the Olsen Twins might join the cast of "Fuller House" after all.
One of Michael Jackson’s white sequined gloves hits the auction block tomorrow. The bidding will start at $20,000.
Tommy Lee Jones has joined Matt Damon in the cast of the next "Bourne" movie.
Donald Trump was recently asked if he'd consider inviting Sarah Palin to join his administration . . . and he said, quote, "I'd love that, because she really is somebody who knows what's happening and she's a special person." He didn't specify what he could see her doing.
Tom Brady’s four-game suspension has been upheld. The NFL says Brady, quote, "engaged in conduct detrimental to the integrity of, and public confidence in, the game of professional football."
In a new excerpt from the Hulk Hogan sex tape, Hulk uses the gay slur that starts with "F" when talking about an episode of his reality show where he went back to his childhood home.
ON TV TONIGHT
"America's Got Talent" 10th anniversary special at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.
"Last Comic Standing" at 10:00 p.m. on NBC.
The initial autopsy results for Bobbi Kristina Brown are in, and the cause of her death is still inconclusive. Additional laboratory testing will be performed . . . and that will take several weeks.
Kanye West headlined Toronto's Pan Am Games on Sunday, and in the middle of his performance there were some technical difficulties, and he did not like that. He chucked his mic high in the air, and walked offstage . . . ending his performance.
Shia LaBeouf got into a heated, public argument with his girlfriend Mia Goth in Germany. It's unclear what it was over, but in footage from the fight, some locals intervene, and offer him a ride to the airport. Shia later tells them, quote, "If I'd have stayed there, I would have killed her."
Kevin Bacon is trying to start a new social media "challenge" for charity. You and a friend have an ice cream-eating challenge, with the loser donating to Give Kids the World, a charity for seriously ill children.
Ed Sheeran will have a recurring role on the upcoming FX series "The Bastard Executioner". It's a medieval show from the creator of "Sons of Anarchy".
On the "Bachelorette" finale last night, Kaitlyn chose Shawn . . . and yes, they're engaged for at least the next two or three months.
A San Diego man is suing Conan O’Brien, claiming he's stealing jokes from his blog and Twitter feed. Conan's people say there's "no merit" to the lawsuit.
Seth Rollins legitimately broke John Cena’s nose in a match on "WWE Monday Night Raw" last night.
The Arizona Cardinals have just hired what is apparently the NFL's first female coach.
On Sunday, Joe Jackson, he had a stroke and his heart stopped three times, while he was in Brazil to celebrate his 87th birthday. His rep says he's doing okay, but he's not out of the woods yet.
"The View" is bringing Sherri Shepherd back, but not as a permanent co-host. According to reports, she'll serve as a, quote, "lead contributor," which will have her in about 50 episodes.
Someone broke into Rob Schneider’s house and stole some expensive items, including a 1951 Willie Mays rookie baseball card worth $175,000.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are suing a British tabloid for posting pictures of their daughter.
Taylor Swift’s boyfriend Calvin Harris stripped down to his briefs for Armani.
ON TV TONIGHT
"America's Got Talent" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. Marlon Wayans is a guest judge.
"Hollywood Game Night" at from 10:00 p.m. on NBC.
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away yesterday. She was 22. The Houston family released a statement saying, quote, "[She] passed away surrounded by her family. She is finally at peace in the arms of God."
"I Am Cait" premiered last night. And the first episode followed Caitlyn Jenner as she introduced herself to the world through her "Vanity Fair" cover, and to her family.
Jennifer Lopez celebrated her birthday on July 24 and was photographed at 1Oak in Southampton, N.Y., wearing a black dress with mesh panels on the sides and cutouts on the torso, chest and shoulders.
The WWE terminated Hulk Hogan and removed references to him from their website, after video surfaced of him saying racist stuff and using the N-word. It was a clip from that sex tape that leaked three years ago. Hogan has apologized and said that's, quote, "not who I am."
Kristen Bell left a voicemail message as her "Frozen" character Princess Anna for a 6-year-old girl with an inoperable brain tumor. She told her, quote, "My sister Elsa says that you've been so brave that she has decided to crown you as an honorary princess of Arendelle!"
A man suffering from Stage 4 cancer made a video saying it was his dream to meet David Beckham. David saw it, and they met up. He also paid for him and his whole family to fly out to L.A. to have dinner with him and his family.
At least 46 women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. And 35 of them appear on the cover of the latest issue of "New York" magazine. Meanwhile, Cosby used to get Quaaludes from a gynecologist, and Spelman College is returning an endowment from Bill and his wife.
Sources say Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello will get married over Thanksgiving.
"Ant-Man" made $24.8 million this weekend, to hold off Adam Sandler's "Pixels" and retain the top spot at the U.S. box office. "Pixels" only made $24 million.
Comedy Central's "Key & Peele" will end its run after the current, fifth season. The series finale will air sometime in September.
Joe Jackson . . . father of Michael, Janet and a bunch of less successful kids . . . has reportedly suffered a stroke that has left him at least temporarily blind.
Former Olympian Shawn Johnson thought she was just throwing out the first pitch at a Cubs / Phillies game, but she also got a proposal from her boyfriend Andrew East, who's a long snapper for the Kansas City Chiefs.
ON TV TONIGHT
The season finale of "The Bachelorette" at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.
"So You Think You Can Dance" at 8:00 p.m. on Fox. The Top 18 perform.
Sources say Jennifer Garner is flirting heavily with Martin Henderson, her co-star on the movie she's currently shooting, "Miracles from Heaven". They haven't done anything yet, but he's been a shoulder to cry on, and she's soaking up the attention.
Jerry Seinfeld and David Letterman wrote blurbs praising Bill Cosby for the back cover of the 2014 book "Cosby: His Life and Times". And now a rep for both of them says they don't want the publisher using them to hype the book online or in future editions. They're still on the back cover of the first edition, though.
"Jurassic World" is now the third highest-grossing movie of all time. It's made more than $1.5 billion, and passed "The Avengers" this week for third place. "Avatar" is still number one at $2.8 billion, and "Titanic" is second at $2.2 billion.
There's some talk that "Space Jam 2" might happen, starring Lebron James, and a lot of people are complaining online. Some consider it an insult to the memory of Michael Jordan and the original.
Last night's "Sharknado 3" ended with a cliffhanger. And you can actually vote on how it turns out, and the result will be revealed in "Sharknado 4".
Tracy Morgan was spotted walking without a cane for the first time since his accident.
N.W.A. could reunite for a European tour to coincide with their biopic, "Straight Outta Compton" that comes out August 14th. And word is Eminem might tour with them as an honorary member. Obviously he and Dr. Dre are tight.
Paris Hilton is still DJ-ing. You would too if you could get $300,000 per gig.
Pat Houston cleared all of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s belongings out of her townhouse.
Nick Cannon posted a picture of himself in the hospital. Apparently he's suffering from exhaustion because he said, quote, "I gotta stop running my body to the ground. I be wanting to grind nonstop but the engine can't run on fumes."
The Lone Gunmen are returning for the new season of "The X-Files", but we're not sure how that's possible, since they were killed off during Season 9 of the show's original run.
Katy Perry waded into the Nicki Minaj/Taylor Swift situation, and took a shot at Taylor. She Tweeted, quote, "Finding it ironic to parade the pit women against other women argument about as one unmeasurably capitalizes on the take down of a woman." Taylor reportedly wrote "Bad Blood" about Katy.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Lip Sync Battle" at 10:00 p.m. on Spike. Andy Cohen goes up against Willie Geist.
“Big Brother” at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.