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April 18, 2014

Apr 18, 2014 -- 11:10am

Lindsay Lohan has finally admitted that she wrote that epic list of her sexual conquests – including Ashton Kutcher, Orlando Bloom, Ryan Phillippe and Benicio Del Toro.  She said, quote, "That was actually my fifth step in AA at Betty Ford.  And someone, when I was moving during the OWN show, must have taken a photo of it.  And so that's a really personal thing and it's really unfortunate . . . I talk about it on the last episode on the OWN show, so to be continued."

Chelsea Clinton is expecting her first child this fall.  Marc Mezvinsky, a hedge fund manager and co-founder of Eaglevale Partners, and Chelsea Clinton were married in 2010.

Chelsea Handler told Ellen Degeneres that she'd never go to CBS or any other broadcast network, because she wouldn't want to water down her material.

Justin Bieber is now doing the Kanye West thing and telling the paparazzi to stop talking to him.  He told one cameraman, quote, "I'm not about to answer any of your questions, man.  Just please just stop.  You can keep filming, just don't talk."  When the guy told Justin he was just doing his job, Justin replied, quote, "It's okay, just don't talk." 

Brad Pitt is doing one of those things where you can win a chance to meet him by giving $10 to charity.

Aretha Franklin is suing a satirical, fake news site for $10 million . . . after they posted a story claiming that Patti Labelle was arrested for assaulting her with a, quote, "Mayweather-style right and left."  Aretha argues that it's "defamation of character" because the site presented it as being REAL.

Joey Fatone says that, for now, he doesn't see a full-on 'N SYNC reunion happening . . . and he also disses the Backstreet Boys, by saying that they got back together because they, quote, "need the money."   

Whoopi Goldberg is now a columnist for a website called The Cannabist.  And yesterday, she published a love letter to her vape pen.  Of course, she's not a recreational user.  It's all about the Glaucoma for her.

Johnny Depp’s sci-fi movie "Transcendence" is competing against the Christian movie "Heaven is For Real" for the Easter holiday weekend.  The other two new movies are Marlon Wayans’ "A Haunted House" sequel, and this year's Disney Nature movie "Bears".   

Sammy Hager and Michael Anthony have been playing together in Chickenfoot  . . . and now they're teaming up for a new tour with drummer Jason Bonham, the son of legendary Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.

Kate Middleton photobombed a kid's selfie in New Zealand.

Sources say Tom Cruise has been secretly dating fellow Scientologist Laura Prepon. . . but Tom's rep says they've never met.

Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez  has died.  He was 87.

Mara Wilson took a lot of heat for saying she didn't want anything to do with the "Mrs. Doubtfire" sequel, but her siblings from the movie had different takes on it.  Matthew Lawrence is all about it . . . but Lisa Jakub said she isn't sure what to make of it.  Like Mara, she hasn't acted in well over a decade.

Green Day is releasing a collection of 18 demos on vinyl tomorrow for Record Store Day.



SUNDAY  - "Game of Thrones" . . . from 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on HBO.

April 17, 2014

Apr 17, 2014 -- 10:28am

Jenny McCarthy and "Blue Bloods" star Donnie Wahlberg are engaged.  She announced it on "The View" yesterday.  They also announced that every single co-host, past and present, will be on the show on Thursday, May 15th . . . the day before Barbara Walters officially retires. 

AC/DC has confirmed that guitarist Malcolm Young is sick . . . but they're denying that it's forcing the band into retirement.  There are no details on Malcolm's condition . . . but in a new interview, singer Brian Johnson did call it a, quote, "debilitating illness." 

Yesterday, Miley Cyrus had to cancel her second show in a row because she was still in the hospital recovering from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.  She Tweeted, quote, "I'm so sorry but some things are outta my control.  If anyone thinks I'd rather be layin' in a hospital bed than doing what I love on stage they're [effin] LAME.  I'm miserable." 

Orlando Bloom got pulled over in Beverly Hills after he blew through a stop sign, but the cop let him go when he realized who he was.  Meanwhile, Emma Roberts Tweeted that she got a ticket for talking on her phone while driving . . . even though the cop mistook her bagel for a phone.

Forbes.com has released their annual list of the "Five Wealthiest Hip-Hop Moguls," and once again, Diddy is #1.  He has roughly $700 MILLION to his name.  DR. Dre is second with $550 million. 

There's a "Mrs. Doubtfire" sequel in the works, and Robin Williams and original director Chris Columbus are attached.  The script is being handled by the guy who wrote Will Ferrell’s "Elf". 

There have been reports that Valerie Harper is, quote, "absolutely cancer-free," which would be remarkable, because a year ago, she was given as little as three months to live.  Valerie says that claim is "erroneous," but adds that she's still "cautiously optimistic" about her prognosis.

The "Frozen" soundtrack has passed TWO MILLION in total sales, and is spending its 10th week at the top of the charts this week.  The Christian rock band MercyMe has the highest album debut . . . beating out new albums from Black Label Society, R&B singer SoMo, and Martina McBride.  And Pharrell holds onto the top of the singles chart for his eighth straight week. 

Kris Jenner went to the hospital for some "internal pains", and got a scan for precautionary reasons.  There's no word what was wrong.

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams is facing an arrest warrant after getting into a physical altercation with co-star Kenya Moore during the taping of the show's reunion episode.



"American Idol" [Results Show] . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on Fox.

Season finale of "Parenthood" . . . from 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on NBC.

April 16, 2014

Apr 16, 2014 -- 10:29am

Miley Cyrus was hospitalized yesterday in Kansas City due to a severe allergic reaction to some kind of medication.  She had to cancel a gig at the city's Sprint Center because of it.  She seems okay though.  Last night she Tweeted a picture of herself in her hospital bed with a toy octopus.

Paul Walker’s younger brothers have been hired to serve as stand-ins for him in "Fast & Furious 7".  The producers say, quote, "Having them on set has made us all feel that Paul is with us too." 

Next Tuesday, Stephen Colbert will be a guest on "The Late Show with David Letterman" . . . the show he's taking over sometime next year.  Meanwhile, CBS is denying rumors that Chelsea Handler is taking over for Craig Ferguson at 12:30.

There's still no official word on the status of AC/DC.  "Billboard" magazine claims rumors that they're retiring because guitarist Malcolm Young is gravely ill are NOT true.  But an Australian rock singer who's known Malcolm for years says it IS true.

The "New York Post" claims Beyoncé and Jay Z are going on tour together this summer.

The NCAA Championship Game came in at #1 in the ratings with 21.2 million viewers.  Meanwhile, the MTV Movie Awards had 2.8 million viewers, and the season finales of "Suits" and "Justified" had 2.4 million.   

"Glee" creator Ryan Murphy says the show will jump forward in time for its sixth and final season.  He also says it will directly involve only a handful of core characters, although, quote, "Anybody who wants to come back can come back."

TMZ got some pictures of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez together at Coachella.

Rosie O’Donnell is NOT a fan of Lindsay Lohan’s new reality show.  She Tweeted, quote, "The Lindsay show is a tragedy . . . on every level.  I hope one day she gets sober for real and watches these episodes, and sees what we all do." 

Tracy Morgan is concerned about his "30 Rock" co-star Alec Baldwin because he's losing jobs and getting in fights with the paparazzi.  Tracy's advice to Alec is, quote, "Chill out, raise your family and enjoy your wife and your daughter.  The paparazzi do what they do, man.  They have a job, too." 

Comedian Artie Lange was hospitalized in Michigan yesterday after going into diabetic shock.  He Tweeted a picture of himself in his hospital bed, and captioned it, quote, "In the hospital outside of Detroit after going into diabetic shock.  Trying to get better.  Sorry for missing gigs." 

Jaden Smith will play a cross-dressing slave named "Onion" in "The Good Lord Bird", based on the novel of the same name by James McBride.  It's about a young slave who ends up aiding the efforts of abolitionist John Brown . . . who'll be played by Live Schreiber.

Get ready, comedians . . . there's talk that Sarah Palin might run for Senate. 

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are teaming up again for "Border Guards", about two guys who accidentally get stranded in Mexico while trying to protect the border.  They previously teamed up for "Step Brothers" and "Talladega Nights". 

Brandy and her fiancé broke up. 

Michael Strahan made his "Good Morning America" debut yesterday.

Is Maya Rudolph the next Carol Burnett?  She's doing a one-hour variety show on NBC in May.  Guests will include Andy Samberg, Kristen Bell, Fred Armisen, Chris Parnell, Craig Robinson and Sean Hayes. 



"American Idol" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on Fox.  The seven finalists perform songs selected by their competitors.

"Deal With It" . . . 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on TBS.

April 15, 2014

Apr 15, 2014 -- 10:59am

The coroner's report on the Ultimate Warrior came in yesterday, and as expected, he died of heart disease.  The technical term the coroner used was, "Atherosclerotic / Arteriosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease." 

Michael Phelps may have his sights set on another Olympic run, because he's ending his retirement.  He hasn't explicitly said that he's gearing up for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil, but that's what it seems like. 

There's talk out of Australia that AC/DC may announce their retirement as early as today.  Unfortunately, there are rumors that it's because guitarist Malcolm Young is sick . . . and possibly even terminally ill.  There's been no word yet from the band.

A British woman spent over $4,300 on a Neil Diamond greatest hits album . . . by accident.  She downloaded the album on her phone while traveling abroad, and was hit with serious roaming charges.  She says, quote, "I'm really not that big a Neil Diamond fan.  And I've already got [the] CD at home."

Ice Cube said he was upset that he lost an MTV Movie award to the late Paul Walker.  He said Walker only won due to Sympathy Votes.  But he later said he was kidding . . . quote, "I wasn't really mad we didn't win.  So I would never diss the actors who won.  Not even Paul Walker." 

Pharrell sat down with the talk show host for an upcoming episode of Oprah Prime on her OWN Network, and was moved by a video shown to him of people dancing to his chart-topping song.  He said ‘It’s overwhelming because I love what I do and I just appreciate the fact that people have believed in me for so long that I could make it to this point, and feel, to feel that.’

Ariana Grande Tweeted that she had a bone removed from her head.  It was a wisdom tooth. 

For the first time in the NBA's 65-year history, the playoffs will be without the L.A. Lakers, the Boston Celtics or the New York Knicks . . . arguably the league's three most legendary franchises.  The Lakers are the biggest upset in this.  They've only missed the playoffs five times in 65 years.

Sunday's seventh season premiere of "Mad Men" disappointed in the ratings.  Around 2.3 million people tuned in, which was the show's lowest season premiere since Season Two opened to 2.1 million viewers in 2008.

Alexa Ray Joel. . . the daughter of the divinely handsome Billy Joel and the hideously ugly Christie Brinkley. . . collapsed onstage during a performance on Saturday at the Cafe Carlyle in New York City. She was diagnosed with a condition that blocks blood flow to the brain and causes fainting.  No treatment is required for it.

Serena Williams tells "Fitness" magazine, quote, "I'm proud of my large boobs!"  She adds, quote, "When I was young I thought I should be built more like an athlete . . . long and lean . . . not with a womanly figure . . . [But] I learned to be proud of my curves and embrace my large boobs.  It's all about loving who you are and realizing that you're beautiful." 

Jimmy Fallon and his "Tonight Show" staff sang "La Bamba" to celebrate reaching 3 million YouTube subscribers.

Heather Morris will return for the May 13th season finale of "Glee". 

Cody Simpson went home last night on "Dancing With the Stars".  Meanwhile, James Maslow  got the season's first perfect score, with a contemporary dance to the Adele Dazeem classic, "Let It Go". 



"The Voice" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on NBC.  The live playoffs continue.

"Glee" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on Fox.

April 14, 2014

Apr 14, 2014 -- 10:28am

"The Hunger Games:  Catching Fire" was the big winner last night at the "MTV Movie Awards".  It won Best Movie, and Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence won Best Male and Female Performance, respectively.  The show was pretty tame, although Rita Ora did rip off Zac Efron's shirt while he was accepting his award for Best Shirtless Performance.

Miley Cyrus is apparently getting rid of her new puppy, because she's still too devastated by the recent death of her last dog.

Kate Middleton probably isn't expecting another royal baby, because she went speedboating and drank wine in New Zealand.

Some videos from the Rock Hall ceremony are online . . . and in one, you can hear the crowd BOO Courtney Love when she steps to the podium during Nirvana’s induction. 

The WWE will pay tribute to The Ultimate Warrior on tonight's "Raw".  They're also airing a special on the WWE Network on Wednesday night.

Just in case there was any doubt . . . sex sells.  "Parade" magazine reports that Miley Cyrus’ questionably sexy but unquestionably sleazy 2013 earned her $76.5 million.  And "Fifty Shades of Grey" author E.L. James  somehow made an estimated $51.7 million.

"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is #1 at the box office for a second week after just barely beating "Rio 2", $41.4 million to $39 million.  The horror movie "Oculus" took 3rd place with $12 million . . . and Kevin Costner’s  "Draft Day" brought in a weak $9.8 million in 4th place.

Gisele Bundchen says the "Forbes" lists of the World's Highest-Paid Models got her in trouble with the IRS.  She says, quote, "The people who write these things don't have my bank account details.  I do OK, I earn plenty, but not as much as they say.  I've already been audited by the IRS because of this list."

Kate Upton wishes she had smaller boobs . . . quote, "I love to wear spaghetti tops braless or go for the smallest bikini designs . . . If I could just take them off like they were clip-ons.  Every single day, I'm like, 'Oh, man, it would be so much easier,' especially if people didn't constantly bring them up."  But she adds, quote, "The grass is always greener, as they say.

Sofia Vergara  tells "Women's Health" magazine, quote, "I've always been known for my boobs, but it pisses me off, because I do also have a great ass!"

Nick Carter got married on Saturday.  Fellow Backstreet Boys AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Brian Littrell were there.

Mike Myers and his wife welcomed their second child . . . a girl they named Sunday.  This is Mike's second marriage, but he has no children with his first wife.

At Coachella, Beyoncé and Jay Z both made surprise appearances onstage.  Beyoncé danced during her sister Solange’s set, but didn't sing.  And Jay rapped for a few minutes with Nas.  Pharrell brought out Gwen Stefani to sing "Hollaback Girl".



"Dancing with the Stars" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on ABC.

"The Voice" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC.  The Top 20 artists perform.

April 11, 2014

Apr 11, 2014 -- 10:31am

CBS didn't waste any time in announcing David Letterman’s replacement.  Stephen Colbert will take over "The Late Show" sometime next year, although there's no specific timetable yet.  CBS also confirmed that Stephen is dropping the super conservative character he plays on "The Colbert Report". 

Rush Limbaugh is not a fan of CBS' choice to hand "The Late Show" to Stephen Colbert.  He said CBS, quote, "Just declared war on the heartland of America." 

Obviously, CBS is hoping Stephen Colbert attracts a younger audience.  According to "USA Today", David Letterman’s average viewer is 58 years old.  Stephen's average viewer on "The Colbert Report" is 42 . . . 16 years younger.

KISS made nice at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony last night.  Gene Simmons even complimented Ace and Peter, referring to the founding members as "the original fantastic four."  Meanwhile, the surviving members of Nirvana played with female singers:  Joan Jett, Kim Gordon, St. Vincent and Lorde.

Kim Kardashian was a huge supporter of President Obama in 2012, and she desperately wanted to campaign for him.  But he wanted nothing to do with her.  A source says, quote, "Kim is political poison.  Having her involved in a political event or with a candidate is the last thing people who are serious about getting elected want." 

That rumor about Kris Jenner posing for "Playboy" wasn't true.  Kris says, quote, "I don't think anyone wants to see me without any clothes on." 

"Life & Style" magazine put together a list of stars we love to hate, and I think they mostly nailed it.  They chose Katherine Heigl, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mel Gibson, Anne Hathaway, Gisele Bundchen, Alec Baldwin and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Selena Gomez recently "fired" her mother and her stepfather, who had been serving as her managers ever since her days at Disney.  Sources say it's nothing personal . . . she just wants a "seasoned, professional manager." 

A woman threw a shoe at HIllary Clinton during a conference in Las Vegas yesterday.  But she handled it like a pro.

Thanks to the success of "Captain America:  The Winter Soldier", the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" is now the highest-grossing movie franchise in U.S. history.  The Marvel flicks have made $2.48 billion . . . . surpassing the previous #1, "Harry Potter", which now sits at #2 with $2.39 billion.  "Harry Potter" is still the top-grossing franchise worldwide, though.

Kevin Costner’s "Draft Day" is out this week.  It's up against "Rio 2" and the supernatural horror movie "Oculus".  Your limited releases include Tom Hiddleston as a vampire, "Shaun of the Dead's" Nick Frost as a chubby salsa dancer, and Kristen Wiig in her first dramatic role.

According to a new British survey, men want a woman with Megan Fox's face and Kim Kardashian's boobs.  But women would rather have Cara Delevingne's face and Jennifer Aniston's boobs.  Meanwhile, men want David Beckham's face, but women prefer the face of "50 Shades of Grey" star Jamie Dornan.

Beyonce is being accused of Photo-shopping a gap between her thighs in a picture she posted on Instagram.

Jennifer Lawrence's "X-Men" character Mystique could get a spin-off movie.



"MTV Movie Awards" . . . Sunday from 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on MTV and VH1.  Conan O'Brien is this year's host.

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