Original "America's Got Talent" judge Piers Morgan is coming back later this summer . . . but none of the current judges are leaving.
Oprah placed highest among celebrities on the "Forbes" list of the 100 Most Powerful Women. Other celebs on the list are Beyoncé, Ellen DeGeneres, Angelina Jolie, Sofia Vergara, Taylor Swift, Shakira.
Melissa McCarthy has a wide-ranging clothing line coming, and it won't just be available at plus-size stores. She tells "More" magazine, quote, "[Malls] segregate plus-size. It's an odd thing that you can't go shopping with your friends because your store is upstairs hidden by the tire section."
Ryan Seacrest has lined up a new hosting gig on a Fox show called "Knock Knock Live". Each week, Ryan's crew shows up at someone's front door, and offers them a chance to either win a big cash prize . . . meet their favorite celebrity . . . or, quote, "turn their dreams into reality."
After illegally bringing his two dogs to Australia, Johnny Depp could face up to 10 years behind bars. He failed to declare them and therefore broke the country’s quarantine laws. Yesterday, an Australian Senate committee was told that if it goes to court, Depp could receive a sentence of up to 10 years in prison or a maximum fine of AU$340,000.
Radar Online says Bruce Jenner’s recent sex change surgery was the biggest moment of his life, but he went to extreme measures to avoid sharing it with the world. Sources say the procedure took place at night in a deserted Beverly Hills clinic, with staffers warned to keep it top-secret.
It looks like it's officially back on for Katy Perry and John Mayer. They went to Disneyland together over Memorial Day. Witnesses say they went on several rides together.
Keira Knightley gave birth to her first child. There's no word on the gender, name or actual birth date.
Meek Mill admits he and Nicki Minaj are in a relationship, but says they're not engaged.
Jennifer Lopez got confetti-bombed by a clown at LAX. The clown's name is Richie the Barber, and he bombed Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian last year.
Jason Derulo’s new album "Everything Is 4" doesn't come out until next Tuesday, but it's currently streaming on MTV.com.
The Ben Affleck Batmobile chases the Joker in another leaked clip from "Suicide Squad".
The trailer for the remake of "Point Break" has been released. It's the same basic premise as the 1991 original: A hip, young FBI agent infiltrates a gang of criminals who are also extreme athletes.
ON TV TONIGHT
The series premiere of "The Briefcase" at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.
“Modern Family”… 9 p.m. on ABC.
Two of B.B. King’s daughters are accusing two of his aides of poisoning him. Karen Williams and Patty King allege in documents provided by their lawyer to The Associated Press that King's business manager, LaVerne Toney, and his personal assistant, Myron Johnson, killed their father. Clark County Coroner said Monday that an autopsy was performed Sunday on King's embalmed body, and test results will take up to eight weeks. Las Vegas police Lt. Ray Steiber confirmed that homicide detectives are investigating.
The Rock used the London premiere of his new movie "San Andreas" to set a Guinness World Record . . . by taking 105 selfies in less than three minutes. Guinness actually has rules for selfies. The full face and neck of the individuals has to be visible, and the pictures can't be blurry.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are apparently back together.
TLC has pulled "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule, thanks to the new revelation that 27-year-old Josh Duggar molested five underage girls when he was a teenager, including his own sisters. There's no word if it'll be back.
The Olsen Twins are officially not doing the "Full House" revival, and John Stamos is a little upset about it. He Tweeted, quote, "#Heartbroken. I understand they're in a different place and I wish them the best." He added that it isn't a "money gig" for the cast, they just want to have fun.
A Massachusetts woman used her obituary to tell the world that Tom Brady is innocent.
Sharon Osbourne is taking a month off from "The Talk" after collapsing from exhaustion.
Casey Kasem’s widow Jean will not be prosecuted for elder abuse.
Justin Bieber sang the Boyz II Men classic "I'll Make Love to You" during an impromptu performance at a club Sunday night.
Would Australia really sentence Johnny Depp to 10 years in prison or fine him $265,000 just for bringing his dogs over there? It's supposedly a possibility.
Robert De Niro gave the commencement address at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts on Friday, and he was very blunt. He told the graduates they were "[effed.]" He wasn't trying to be mean though. His point was that as artists, they're going to have a lot of challenges, but they should keep fighting for their dreams.
John Nash, the mathematician played by Russell Crowe in "A Beautiful Mind", died in a car accident on the New Jersey Turnpike Saturday. His wife Alicia, who was played by Jennifer Connelly, also died. He was 86, she was 82
ON TV TONIGHT
The season premiere of "America's Got Talent" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.
The season premiere of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader" at 8:00 p.m. on Fox.
Reese Witherspoon is going to star in and produce a live-action movie about Tinkerbell, called "Tink". There's no word on the plot, but sources say it'll offer a "new perspective" on the character.
There's a rumor going around that Marvel wants Matthew McConaughey to play The Green Goblin, in the rebooted "Spider-Man" franchise.
David Letterman’s last episode of "The Late Show" drew nearly 13.8 million viewers on Wednesday night. That's his biggest audience in two decades.
Taylor Swift’s "Bad Blood" video accumulated 20.1 million views in just 24 hours, which set a new record for Vevo.
The Who stopped a show to complain about the excessive amount of marijuana smoke that was wafting up to the stage. But they aren't just being old fogies, in the past, Roger Daltrey has said that he's developed a severe allergy to cigarette and marijuana smoke.
Jon Bon Jovi wrote a song called "Reunion" specifically for the Rutgers University graduation ceremony.
Madonna has postponed the first five dates on her Rebel Heart tour because it's not ready to roll yet.
An old police report was unearthed that reveals Josh Duggar from "19 Kids and Counting" sexually abused underage girls 12 years ago, when he was a teenager. He issued a statement yesterday saying what he did was inexcusable and he's "extremely sorry."
Vin Diesel did another one of those weird videos where he sings along to a song. This time, he sang Tove Lo’s "Habits" as a tribute to Paul Walker. And he sang it in front of a screen showing clips and pictures from "Fast and Furious" movies.
Matthew Lewis, who played Neville in the "Harry Potter" movies, posed in his underwear for a magazine, which made J.K. Rowling all maternal. She Tweeted, quote, "Warn me next time, for God's sake." When Matthew apologized, she added, quote, "I will always support you whatever you want to do, Matthew. Now go put some clothes on."
Former "Office" co-stars Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak are writing a book about their on-and-off romance.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on HBO: "Game of Thrones".
Monday at 9:00 p.m. on ABC: "The Bachelorette".
David Letterman’s final "Late Show" included an all-star Top 10 List featuring Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Peyton Manning, Tina Fey, and Barbara Walters. The Foo Fighters closed the show with "Everlong", which is one of Dave's favorites.
This year's "Maxim" Hot 100 isn't ranked, other than awarding Taylor Swift the top spot. The full list includes "Avengers" costars Elizabeth Olsen and Scarlett Johansson, plus three other superheroes, three "Game of Thrones" actresses, Amal Clooney, Kendall Jenner, and five country singers.
David Duchovny says he never dated his "X-Files" co-star Gillian Anderson. Quote, "The whole thing about Gillian and I dating is so weird. It's never happened, it's not going to happen, we're friends. I don't want to rain on anybody's parade, but no."
"In Touch Weekly" claims Jay Z and Beyoncé are done. A "source" says, quote, "Things have been terrible for a long time. Beyoncé wants a trial separation." Supposedly, Jay Z was not faithful, and Beyoncé is tired of it.
A so-called "reliable source" tells "Star" magazine that Brad Pitt is bisexual . . . and messes around with men, even though he's with Angelina Jolie. The source adds that she lets him, quote, "discreetly stray with other men."
Janice Dickinson has sued Bill Cosby for defamation and emotional distress, for saying she lied about him raping her.
Liam Payne says Zayne Malik left One Direction because he wanted to spend time with his fiancée.
Last night's winner of "Survivor: Worlds Apart" was Mike Holloway. Meanwhile, the returning stars who'll compete next season were chosen.
It's pretty amazing what the human mind is capable of. Case in point: This portrait of Justin Timberlake made out of Rubik’s Cubes.
Earlier this week, an Australian newspaper accused Rebel Wilson of lying about certain things in her past. Nothing important, just her age, her name and a few other things. And it turns out she has fudged some stuff. For instance, she's 35, not 29. And her real name is Melanie Elizabeth Bownds.
Dylan and Cole Sprouse from those Disney Channel "Suite Life" shows just graduated from New York University with honors.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Red Nose Day" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. This fundraiser benefits charities to help children living in poverty.
"Lip Sync Battle" at 10:00 p.m. on Spike. It's Salt vs. Pepa!
After 33 years, David Letterman signs off! Tonight is the series finale of "The Late Show with David Letterman" and is expected to have a ton of surprise guests on it. Last night, Bill Murray jumped out of a cake on "Letterman". Stephen Colbert will be taking over The Late Show.
This shouldn't surprise anyone: Kanye West is upset about being "over-censored" at the "Billboard Music Awards" on Sunday. In a statement, Kanye said, quote, "[I] was grossly over-censored . . . as a result, [my] voice and performance were seriously misrepresented . . . it's ridiculous that in 2015, unwarranted censorship is something that artists still have to fight against."
Rumer Willis won "Dancing with the Stars".
Sawyer Fredericks won "The Voice". Christina Aguilera does great impressions of Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears and other stars in a promo for "The Voice".
Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé have released their video for "Feeling Myself" on Tidal . . . and during the making of it, Beyoncé emptied a bottle of expensive champagne into a hot tub, just because.
Alfonso Ribiero is the next host of "America's Funniest Home Videos". Bob Saget was the show's first host. Tom Bergeron was the latest host, whose last show was this past Sunday.
Check out a trailer for Fox's fall series "Scream Queens". It stars Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Ariana Grande, and Nick Jonas. And it basically looks like another season of "American Horror Story" . . . which makes sense since it's by the same people.
We'd heard that Coldplay was doing some kind of "Game of Thrones"-related project. Now we know that it's a musical skit for "Red Nose Day", a comedy special airing tomorrow night on NBC to raise money for children in poverty.
Martha Stewart has created her own flavor of Triscuits: Toasted Coconut and Sea Salt. She says, quote, "It was my idea. I like salt and I like coconut . . . I thought that was a flavor of cracker that would be savory and sweet."
"Bachelorette" cast-off Britt Nilsson says she was in a "state of shock" when the guys gave her the boot Monday night. Meanwhile, idiot contestant Ryan DcDill, who was also kicked off the show, says he decided to get hammered because he was into Britt, but he knew the guys were going to keep the other Bachelorette, Kaitlyn Bristowe.
ON TV TONIGHT
The series finale of "The Late Show with David Letterman" at 11:30 p.m. on CBS.
The season finale of "Survivor: Worlds Apart" at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.
The season finale of "Modern Family" at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.
Taylor Swift tops "Maxim" magazine's 2015 Hot 100 list. She says, quote, "It's really nice and such an incredible compliment. This year has been my favorite year of my life so far . . . It really feels like a wonderful celebration of my favorite year."
At the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, Jennifer Lopez was caught fiddling with her phone and talking while Mariah Carey was performing. A lot of people are calling this a "diss," which it kind of is. That said, she did clap when Mariah was done and the house lights came up.
Do these pictures prove that Iggy Azalea got both her nose and chin done? Remember . . . she already admitted to a boob job.
Jay Z and Beyoncé supposedly wired thousands of dollars to bail out "Black Lives Matter" protesters in Ferguson and Baltimore. A writer who's worked with Jay Z says, quote, "When we needed [bail] money for Baltimore protesters, I hit Jay up, as I had for Ferguson." He sent the money within minutes.
Bristol Palin was supposed to get married Saturday in Kentucky, but Sarah Palin announced yesterday that it's not happening. There are rumors that the groom-to-be is still married to his last wife, but Bristol says that's not true.
'Saturday Night Live' comedian Maya Rudolph concluded her Tulane University commencement address Saturday with a satirical rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner" … in the key of Beyoncé.
So Jaden Smith went to his prom in his white Batman costume.
Bill O'Reilly allegedly dragged his ex-wife down a staircase by her neck several years ago, before they split . . . and his young daughter saw it happen. Bill says, quote, "All allegations against me in these circumstances are 100% false."
Some clips leaked yesterday of Jared Leto doing his thing as the Joker in the upcoming DC movie "Suicide Squad". They show the filming of a scene between Leto and Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn.
Nick Gordon is begging Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family to let him visit her.
David Lee Roth is not interested in singing any Sammy Hagar songs on the Van Halen tour. He says, quote, "There's a credibility issue there. Good, bad, or in the middle, you know Roth means it, the other guy doesn't. And that's why [Hagar] sold half as well . . . never did better than half.”
Adam Brody and Leighton Meester are expecting their first child.
There will be a public viewing and a private service for B.B. King in Las Vegas on Friday. He'll be buried in Mississippi.
ON TV TONIGHT
The two-hour season finale of "The Voice" at 9:00 p.m. on NBC.
The season finale of "Dancing with the Stars" at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.