The full video for the new Jennifer Lopez single "Booty", featuring Iggy Azalea is out.
Miley Cyrus could be in trouble for wearing a big, fake butt and letting a dancer spank her with a Mexican flag during a show this week in Monterrey, Mexico. Some local politicians want her charged with desecrating the flag, and they'd like to see her punished with a $1,270 fine and 36 hours in jail.
The director of "Magic Mike XXL" says Matthew McConaughey will not be in the sequel. He added that it's a "road trip movie" and it's so different from the original that, quote, "No one will be accusing us of making the same movie twice."
Queen now has its’ own vodka. It's called Killer Queen Vodka.
Peyton Manning doesn't just do Papa John's commercials; he also owns a bunch of locations in Denver. And he says business is booming . . . because everyone in Colorado is getting high. He says, quote, "Pizza business is pretty good out here, believe it or not, due to some recent law changes."
According to a list posted by the Italian media, George Clooney’s wedding guests will include Bono, Ellen Barkin, Sandra Bullock and her son Louis, Matt Damon and his wife, Julia Roberts and her husband . . . and, of course, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Oh, and Lana Del Rey is going to sing.
It looks like there is going to be a "Deadpool" movie . . . and Ryan Reynolds will star in it. This follows the release of some old test footage featuring Ryan's voice earlier this summer.
Sources say Joan Rivers’ ear, nose and throat doctor is denying she performed a biopsy on Joan . . . or that she took a selfie while Joan was out cold.
Dear Jennifer Lawrence - We all know you're dating Chris Martin, so there's no need to hide your face when you leave Coldplay concerts.
In a recent interview, Liam Neeson listed three of his fears: Heights, technology, and guns. He's working on his fear of heights . . . his sons are working on his fear of technology . . . and he hopes America will adopt gun control laws to help alleviate the "terrifying" number of handguns out there.
Nick Lachey is dropping a new album on November 11th. It's called "Soundtrack of My Life", and it'll feature his take on songs from movie soundtracks.
ON TV TONIGHT
Saturday - “Beyonce & Jay Z On the Run” Concert Special … 9 PM on HBO.
Sunday - "Sunday Night Football" . . . from 8 PM on NBC. The Carolina Panthers host the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Minnesota Vikings have changed their minds, and banished Adrian Peterson from the team until he resolves his child abuse case. Adrian seems okay with the decision. His agent says, quote, "It's the best possible outcome."
Beyoncé has been caught using Photoshop to put a gap between her thighs again. Just look at the stairs behind her . . . in particular, the one that runs right below her crotch.
During last night's "America's Got Talent" finale, Nick Cannon wore $2 million shoes. And magician Mat Franco was declared the winner.
Ben Affleck admits he was asked to stop playing blackjack at a casino because he can count cards. He says, quote, "That is a true story. I mean, that took place . . . The fact that being good at the game is against the rules at the casinos should tell you something about casinos."
Sources say Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger are on the verge of divorce. They met while working on Avril's 2013 album together, but apparently, they're not as attracted to each other now that they're not in "work mode" anymore. Chad is reportedly telling people it's over.
The doctor who performed the biopsy that may have led to Joan Rivers’ death has been identified as Gwen Korovin. She actually has a lot of celebrity patients, including Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, Hugh Jackman, John Mayer and Brooke Shields. Melissa Rivers reportedly wants her license revoked.
The fifth "Paranormal Activity" will be subtitled, "The Ghost Dimension" . . . and it's coming out in March of next year.
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper did a movie together a few years ago called "Serena", and it's about the timber industry in the 1930s. After years of sitting around, it's finally hitting theaters early next year. So what's the hold-up? Supposedly, it's terrible . . . and "makes no sense."
Iggy Azalea is suing the ex-boyfriend who allegedly stars in an adult tape with her, for allegedly stealing the contents of her hard drive when they were living together.
"Us Weekly" says Amal Alamuddin's family is going the traditional route . . . and paying for most of her wedding to George Clooney. Apparently, they're, quote, "old-fashioned" when it comes to these things. Don't worry . . . Amal's parents aren't hurting for money.
New photos of "Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts and her boyfriend messing around in their car have surfaced. She says they're proof that they were doing nothing wrong.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Thursday Night Football" . . . 5:30 to 8:30 P.M. Eastern on CBS. The Atlanta Falcons hosts Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
"Dating Naked" . . . 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on VH1.
CNN says Joan Rivers’ doctor snapped a selfie with her while she was under anesthesia, right before he performed the biopsy on her vocal cords that killed her.
Rihanna flipped out on CBS for dropping her song from "Thursday Night Football" last week . . . and for wanting to bring it back this week. Now, CBS has dumped the song altogether. They say they're going in a "different direction," but Rihanna's people claim they revoked CBS' license.
Even though they never even admitted they were expecting, Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling welcomed a baby girl last Friday. There's no word on their new daughter's name. Eva and Ryan have been together since 2011.
Lolo Jones is the first casualty of this season of "Dancing With the Stars".
During one of Beyoncé’s shows in Paris this past weekend, she was caught lip-synching. She knelt down to greet some fans, and stopped "singing" . . . but the vocal track continued without her.
Whitney Houston never put out a live album while she was alive. But now, more than two years after her death, there's one coming out on November 10th. It'll be available as both a 16-song CD, and a 19-song DVD.
Jenny McCarthy just married Donnie Wahlberg a few weeks ago, and she's already lost her wedding ring. She says, quote, "We were staying in a hotel and . . . it's hard to get romantic with diamonds on your hand. [So] I removed it."
Shia LaBeouf had to get a restraining order against a woman named Graciela Nahle . . . who apparently thinks he's Albert Einstein. During one visit she was eating watermelon in his driveway and screamed at him, quote, "I am going to blow up your house! . . . You are Albert Einstein and we belong together!"
Matt Damon is in talks to do another "Bourne" movie. It'll be directed by Paul Greengrass, who did the second and third movie.
This probably wasn't a good idea: Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush says he disciplines his 1-year-old daughter, and would definitely "harshly discipline" her, depending on the situation.
A plot synopsis for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" was released yesterday. It's pretty vague: "When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth's Mightiest Heroes . . . are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance."
Bryan Cranston did a spoof video where he's doing his own one-man show about the Major League Baseball postseason. It's to hype the MLB postseason coverage on TBS.
ON TV TONIGHT
The season finale of "America's Got Talent" . . . 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC.
Tommy Chong wants to use his time on "Dancing With the Stars" to advocate for medical marijuana. He says, quote, "I want to be the poster boy for the marijuana community. They can point and me and say, 'Look at him! He's 76 years old, he can dance, he's healthy, he has a beautiful wife and he smokes marijuana for medical purposes."
The Minnesota Vikings reinstated Adrian Peterson, who was deactivated after being indicted on child abuse charges on Friday.
Kanye West made his audience stand up again last night in Brisbane, Australia. But he chose his words carefully. He said, quote, "Everybody who is not in a wheelchair or handicapped will stand up. If you cannot prove to me that you are in a wheelchair you need to be standing, if you can it is okay to sit down."
You have been warned: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are trying to reproduce again. In an Australian TV interview, she said, quote, "We're trying . . . I guess it's, like, all in God's hands."
In a court deposition, Robin Thicke gave all the credit to Pharrell Williams for writing "Blurred Lines", even though he'd said numerous times he co-wrote it. He also said he had drug and alcohol problems at the time . . . quote, "Every day, I woke up, I would take a Vicodin to start the day and then I would fill up a water bottle with vodka and drink it before and during my interviews."
Bill Murray went to a guy's birthday party in Charleston, South Carolina this past Saturday, where he danced to Lil Jon’s "Turn Down for What" and the Tommy Tutone classic "867-5309 / Jenny".
Tons of fans hit up social media accusing Toby Keith of being hammered on stage at his concert on Saturday. One wrote, "So drunk it was pathetic. When your 11-year-old daughter asks 'What's wrong with Toby?'" Another said, "Paid a lot for these tickets and he is too drunk to sing."
Wendy Williams once bet that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s marriage wouldn't last 72 days, and said she'd "eat crow" if they actually lasted. It has . . . so Wendy ate actual crow meat in a gumbo on her show.
Another day, another "Star Wars" rumor. There might be an Obi-Wan Kenobi spin-off movie in the works.
Kevin Rahm from "Mad Men" and his wife welcomed a baby girl.
Luke Perry is joining "CSI: Cyber", possibly as a recurring character.
Fergie is dropping a new album next year.
ON TV TONIGHT
"America's Got Talent" . . . 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on NBC.
"Dancing With the Stars" [Results] . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on ABC.
During a show in Australia the other night, Kanye West refused to continue until everyone in the audience stood up. There were two people who couldn't stand up because they were in wheelchairs. But Kanye had to make sure. The process took several minutes, and the audience was booing and chanting "Stand up!"
Jay Z might have revealed during a gig Friday night that he and Beyoncé are having another kid. During the song "Beach is Better", Jay changed the line "I replace it with another one," to "pregnant with another one."
Miss New York Kira Kazantsev is your new Miss America. Miss Nebraska Megan Swanson accidentally flashed her crotch during the Miss America pageant last night.
Daniele Watts, an African-American actress who has starred in Hollywood films such as Django Unchained, has claimed she was "handcuffed and detained" by Los Angeles police officers after being mistaken for a prostitute.
Miley Cyrus took on Robert Plant's gritty soaring vocals in her cover of Led Zeppelin's "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You," a song on the band's self-titled debut album from 1969. She posted a raw cover of it on SoundCloud.
According to an alleged wedding invitation posted by a French magazine, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are getting married on October 25th in England. Rumor has it they had a civil ceremony this past Saturday, and will have another "wedding" in Venice on the last weekend in September.
Martha Stewart is sniping at Gwyneth Paltrow again for trying to become a lifestyle goddess. She says, quote, "She just needs to be quiet. She's a movie star. If she were confident in her acting, she wouldn't be trying to be Martha Stewart."
The Minnesota Vikings deactivated running back Adrian Peterson for yesterday's game, after he was indicted for beating his four-year-old son with a tree branch. He could be looking at two years in jail and a $10,000 fine.
A doctor from the clinic where Joan Rivers underwent the procedure that ultimately killed her has resigned.
When Lindsay Lohan did community service at the morgue, she apparently handled Whitney Houston’s body bag.
ON TV TONIGHT
The season premiere of "Dancing With the Stars" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on ABC
"Monday Night Football" . . . 8:15PM Eastern on ESPN. The Indianapolis Colts host the Philadelphia Eagles.
After many rumors, Iggy Azalea's legal team now says it may indeed be her in that sex tape ... but there's also a chance she was under 18 when it was shot. Her ex-boyfriend currently has it in his possession.
Tim Tebow is now a contributor on "Good Morning America". On September 15, he launches GMA's "Motivate Me Monday" series, which spotlights individuals and their stories of triumph.
The "Thursday Night Football" pre-game show was originally going to feature a Rihanna song . . . but CBS axed it at the last minute, because of the fallout from the Ray Rice situation. Apparently, they were worried it would be uncomfortable, since she's another high-profile victim of domestic abuse.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne were leaving a restaurant the other night, when Sharon got distracted by the paparazzi . . . and Ozzy got into the wrong car!
There's an odd photo making the rounds online, which might show that Nicki Minaj has butt implants. Nicki is sitting on a chair in the picture, and her gluteous maximus is oozing out of her shorts. And it just does not look like a part of her body.
Sarah Palin and her family reportedly got into a huge, drunken brawl at a party last Saturday in Anchorage. It started when Track Palin got into it with a guy he doesn't like. Pretty soon, Sarah was screaming "Do you know who I am?!", Bristol was punching a guy in the face repeatedly, and Todd Palin got a bloody nose. Police were called by nobody was arrested.
Arnold Schwarzenegger had Maria Shriver’s face removed from his official California governor's portrait.
At a recent concert, Jay Z told the crowd, quote, "Dream big, be unrealistic." And David and Victoria Beckham, who were in the crowd, loved it. They Tweeted the line after the show, and now, David has it tattooed on his hand.
Rumor has it Tom Cruise’s ex Katie Holmes is uprooting daughter Suri from NYC and moving cross country – because she’s dating Jamie Foxx!
A lot of people Tweeted their frustration at Apple basically forcing U2's new album on them. Here's one of the best Tweets we saw: "My disdain for the band U2 is making me contemplate switching to a Samsung Galaxy phone. #OverratedBand #BonoIsaTurd"
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Sunday: "The Miss America Competition" . . . from 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on ABC.
Sunday: "Sunday Night Football" . . . from 5:30 to 8:30 P.M. Eastern on NBC. . . . The San Francisco 49ers host the Chicago Bears.