Someone stole the dress made out of 6,000 pearls that Lupita Nyong’o wore to the Oscars. It was worth $150,000. Police say the dress was stolen out of Lupita's hotel room in West Hollywood sometime on Wednesday.
Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney will reportedly get married at her Malibu mansion, and Tony Bennett will sing "Cheek to Cheek".
Friday on Netflix: The entire third season of "House of Cards" premieres.
At the "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary special, Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly ignored Rihanna to flirt with Dakota Johnson from "Fifty Shades of Grey". A source says, quote, "Dakota looked like she was trying to play it cool, but you could tell she was thrilled to have his attention."
Ed Sheeran got drunk after the Brit Awards and had to be helped out of an after-party.
Rumor has it Taylor Swift has lost 10 pounds since last summer, thanks to a "diet secret" where she eats those seeds that you spread on Chia Pets. Yes . . . eating chia seeds IS a thing. A "source" says, quote, "She'll eat [them] like a bird all day long . . . because they're a natural way to stay slim."
A poll shows that 71% of Oscar viewers want Neil Patrick Harris to host again.
Fox might launch a tour centered on its new hip-hop show "Empire", like they do with "Glee".
CBS has declared Wednesday, March 4th, World "CSI" Day, and they're going to try to break the Guinness World Record for "Largest Ever TV Drama Simulcast."
Scarlett Johansson it fine with the supposedly creepy kiss John Travolta gave her at the Oscars. She says, quote, "[It] was very sweet and totally welcome. That still photo does not reflect what preceded and followed if you see the moment live."
Robert de Niro was hit with a $6,410,449.20 tax bill, from his 2013 earnings. His rep says that as soon as he found out about it, quote, "He had a check for the full amount hand delivered to the IRS."
84-year-old Warren Buffett is worth over $50 billion, however, he drinks five Cokes a day, and his favorite foods are potato sticks and ice cream. He jokes, quote, "I checked the actuarial tables, and the lowest death rate is among six-year-olds. So I decided to eat like a six-year-old."
Paris Hilton has a stalker who tried to give her a classic red Cadillac. He left it outside her house, but she didn't want it. So it sat there for a few days, and then was vandalized.
The first black man to play in the NBA has died at the age of 86. R.I.P. Earl Lloyd.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
"Saturday Night Live" . . . at 11:30 P.M. on NBC.
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on AMC: "The Walking Dead".
Lady Gaga will star on the fifth season of "American Horror Story", which is titled "American Horror Story: Hotel". No other cast members have been announced. Season Five will premiere on FX in October.
The season finale of "The Walking Dead" will air on March 29th. It'll be 90 minutes.
Madonna fell hard while performing at the Brit Awards last night. She was wearing a long cape, and her dancers were supposed to pull it off her, but something went wrong and they ended up yanking her down a small flight of stairs. Madonna regrouped and continued, and later said she was "fine."
Vin Diesel and his longtime girlfriend Paloma Jimenez are expecting their third child. Vin and Paloma have been together for 7 years.
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden are probably not expecting twins. But that hasn't stopped "OK!" magazine from "reporting" it. She supposedly told him the news on New Year's Eve.
The Kardashians have signed a record-breaking, $100 million-plus deal to remain with E! for another four years, sources have confirmed to Page Six. Bruce Jenner is not part of the deal, having previously agreed that he will be leaving after the upcoming 10th season of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Bruce has his own show at E! based on his gender transition.
Donald Trump claims he's more serious than ever about running for president. He's been hiring staff in key primary states, and he even put off signing up for another season of "Celebrity Apprentice". He says, quote, "I'm doing this because the country is in serious trouble."
Demi Lovato was rushed to a hospital in the Los Angeles area on Tuesday because she was having trouble breathing. But she was back home later that day. Sources say it was flu-related, and Demi was given antibiotics to treat a lung infection.
Former "America's Top Model" contestant Mirjana Puhar and her boyfriend were two of the victims in a triple homicide in North Carolina on Tuesday. Police have a man in custody, and they think the killings were drug-related.
The eighties kids' shows "DuckTales", "Danger Mouse", and "Inspector Gadget" are all being turned into new series. Disney XD is creating a new "DuckTales", which will premiere in 2017. And in the meantime, Netflix is launching new versions of "Inspector Gadget" and "Danger Mouse".
Lindsay Lohan was supposed to do 240 hours of community service for her car crash in 2012. And she told the court she did. But yesterday, a judge decided 125 of those hours were bogus, and she has to do them over again.
ON TV TONIGHT
The Victoria's Secret Swim Special" . . . 10:00 P.M. on CBS.
The two-hour first season finale of "How to Get Away with Murder" . . . 9:00 P.M. on ABC.
Jamie Dornan's rep says rumors that he's leaving the "Fifty Shades of Grey" franchise are "pure conjecture."
Giuliana Rancic apologized for making fun of Zendaya on "Fashion Police" . . . saying her dreadlocks looked like they smelled of patchouli oil or weed … because it annoyed Kelly Osbourne.
Naya Rivera and her husband are expecting their first child.
Christina Aguilera was on The Tonight Show Jimmy Fallon - he challenged Christina to a game of random musical impressions, such as Britney Spears singing "This Little Piggy."
Chris Brown was forced to cancel a couple shows in Canada, because he was stopped at the border. He Tweeted, quote, "The good people of the Canadian government wouldn't allow me entry. I'll be back this summer." We don't know why he was blocked, but it must have something to do with his criminal record. Canadian officials say he can apply to return at a later date.
ESPN has suspended Keith Olbermann for the rest of the week, after he got into a Twitter war with Penn State supporters. It started when someone Tweeted an article to him about how Penn State's annual Dance Marathon had raised $13 million for kids with cancer. Olbermann replied that Penn State was PITIFUL.
Here's a new promo for Comedy Central's Justin Bieber roast, where Justin gets a target tattooed on his back by comedian Jeff Ross. The roast airs on March 30th.
"Terminator 6" will start filming next year, and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back.
Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks made a movie about himself. It's called "Family First: The Marshawn Lynch Story", and it stars . . . Marshawn Lynch. The trailer is out, and it looks pretty bad. It's a low-budget flick and there's not much in the way of decent acting, especially from Marshawn.
A new Pee Wee Herman movie starts shooting next month, but it won't be in theaters. It's heading straight to Netflix. It's called "Pee Wee's Big Holiday", and there's no release date yet.
Someone made a crazy, 14-minute "Power Rangers" fan film starring James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff. But the "Power Ranger" people aren't happy about it.
ON TV TONIGHT
The 30th season premiere of "Survivor" . . . 8:00 P.M. on CBS.
"American Idol". . . 8:00 P.M. on Fox.
"Empire" . . . 9:00 P.M. on Fox.
This season of “Dancing with the Stars” will include: Noah Galloway with Sharna Burgess, Robert Herjavec with Kym Johnson, Patti LaBelle with Artem Chigvintsev, Nastia Liukin with Derek Hough, Riker Lynch with Allison Holker, Charlotte McKinney with Keo Motsepe, RedFoo with Emma Slater, Michael Sam with Peta Murgatroyd, Willow Shields with Mark Ballas, Suzanne Somers with Tony Dovolani, and Rumer Willis with Valentin Chmerkovskiy.
NFL star Marshawn Lynch applied for a trademark for the phrase, "I'm just here so I don't get fined."
"American Horror Story" actor Ben Woolf died yesterday from injuries he suffered last week, when he was struck on the head by the rearview mirror of an SUV while he was crossing Hollywood Boulevard. He was only 34 years old. Woolf played Meep on "American Horror Story: Freak Show".
Donald Trump is bashing the Oscars, and suggesting who should host next year…he said the perfect host for next year would be him!
The Oscars lasted almost four hours on Sunday, and averaged 36.6 million viewers. That's down 16% from the 43.7 million who tuned in last year.
Rumor has it Tom Brady wants to pursue acting when he retires from football. Supposedly, his wife Gisele Bundchen isn't too thrilled about it though, because she doesn't like the thought that he'd be hanging out with hot actresses all day.
Selena Gomez appears on a new track by Zedd called "I Want You to Know". Selena and Zedd might be dating, by the way. It hasn't been confirmed yet, but they did hang out at the Oscar after-parties Sunday night.
"Star Trek" legend Leonard Nimoy was hospitalized last Thursday, supposedly for severe chest pains. There's no word if he's still in the hospital. Last year, Nimoy revealed that he has COPD from years of smoking, even though he quit 30 years ago. He's 83 years old.
A fake Jim Carrey conned his way onstage at the Czech Republic's version of the Oscars over the weekend. He walked onstage, waved to the crowd, shot off a glitter cannon, then left. It's amazing he was able to fool the organizers, because he barely even looked like Jim Carrey . . . who was in Hollywood while all of this was going on.
Damon Wayans has canceled some shows because of problems with his diabetes. But at least he has a sense of humor about it.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Voice" blind auditions . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
The season finale of "Marvel's Agent Carter" . . . 9:00 P.M. on ABC.
The series finale of "Parks and Recreation" . . . 10:00 P.M. on NBC.
"Birdman" won four Oscars last night: Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay, and Best Cinematography. Eddie Redmayne won Best Actor for "The Theory of Everything" and Julianne Moore won Best Actress for "Still Alice".
Idina Menzel got her revenge on John Travolta for mangling her name at last year's Oscars . . . by introducing him as Glom Gazingo. He said, "I deserve that", before proceeding to touch Idina's face for several uncomfortable seconds.
Joan Rivers was the big snub during last night's In Memoriam segment. Joan was a red carpet fixture at the major award shows for more than 20 years. The honorees included Robin Williams, Mickey Rooney, James Garner, Bob Hoskins, Maya Angelou, Lauren Bacall, and director Mike Nichols.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps is engaged to Nicole Johnson who was Miss California back in 2010.
Leonardo DiCapriohelped throw a huge 27th birthday party for his alleged girlfriend Rihanna Friday night. Guests included Naomi Campbell, Mick Jagger, Beyoncé, Jay Z, and Russell Simmons. A source says Rihanna and Leo were, quote, "dancing close all night."
Dr. Dre is celebrating his 50th birthday by appearing on the cover of "AARP: The Magazine".
The Razzies were handed out on Saturday, and the big "winners" were Krik Cameron and his movie "Saving Christmas". Other "dis-honorees" include: Kelsey Grammer, Cameron Diaz, and Megan Fox.
Jack Osbourne and his wife are expecting their second child.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s alleged husband Nick Gordon hasn't visited her yet, because the family wanted him to accept certain "terms". Yesterday, he finally Tweeted that he's ready to accept them. Oh, and on Saturday, he Tweeted that if Bobbi could hear his voice, she'd wake up.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao are finally going to fight on May 2nd.
It sounds like Ludacris’ album "Ludaversal" is finally coming out. On Instagram, he said he "turned in" the album, and added the hashtag: "#Ludaversal March 31."
Hilary Duff filed for divorce from Mike Comrie after five years of marriage.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" was #1 at the box office again this weekend with $23.2 million.
Scarlett Johansson is releasing music again. She has a new dance track titled "Candy" with an all-female group called The Singles.
ON TV TONIGHT
The season premiere of "The Voice" . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
“Better Call Saul” … 10 P.M. on AMC.
The odds-on favorites to win the major categories at the Academy Awards on Sunday include: "Birdman" for Best Picture, Eddie Redmayne for Best Actor, Julianne Moore for Best Actress, and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu for Best Director. He did "Birdman". Neil Patrick Harris is your host. The performers include: Adam Levine, Anna Kendrick, Common, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Lady Gaga, and Tim McGraw.
There's absolutely no way a "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel won't be made. But sources say Universal is having a tough time, because the author of the books, E.L. James, has too much creative control. She was a pain during production of the first movie, and now she wants to write the screenplay for the second.
Doctors performed a tracheotomy on Bobbi Kristina Brown this week . . . so they could move her breathing tube from her mouth to her throat. This is standard procedure, and cuts down on the risk of infection. It's also a possible sign that Bobbi won't recover anytime soon.
Charlie Sheen didn't return for the finale of "Two and a Half Men", but it was all about how he was still alive and coming back to kill Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher. But before he could, he was crushed by a falling piano. Meanwhile, Angus T. Jones did return for a cameo, and there were cameos from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Christian Slater.
Vanilla Ice says his arrest for burglary in Florida was a "misunderstanding".
Iggy Azalea is taking a break from social media, after people made fun of the cellulite on her butt in some paparazzi photos. She called the Internet, quote, "the ugliest reflection of mankind there is," adding, quote, "I need to be happy and it is too negative and draining."
Rick Salomon is trying to have his marriage to Pamela Anderson annulled on the basis of fraud. But he doesn't say how Pam defrauded him.
The preliminary music nominees for the "Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards" include Iggy Azalea and Ariana Grande both having two nominations in the Song of the Year category . . . while Iggy, Meghan Trainor, Fifth Harmony, and Five Seconds of Summer are up for Favorite New Artist.
Actress June Fairchild, from the movies "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" and "Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke", has died. She was 68.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Sunday at 7:00 p.m. on ABC: "The 87th Academy Awards" .
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on AMC: "The Walking Dead".