Caitlyn Jenner wanted to be a woman even back in 1976, when she was an Olympic gold medal-winner in peak male physical shape. She said, quote, "The rest of the world thought it was this Greek god kind of body. But I hated it."
Al Roker and Piers Morgan spoke out against Kanye West’s "Famous" video. They questioned whether someone should be allowed to use the images of the celebrities in the video, especially for profit.
Selena Quintanilla fans rejoice as it's been announced that the late Mexican-American songstress is part of Hollywood's Walk of Fame Class of 2017!
Lady Gaga is banned from China for interviewing the Dalai Lama and talking about meditation, mental health and how to detoxify humanity. She has reportedly been added to a list of hostile foreign forces banned by China’s Communist party.
Will Drew Barrymore be the next daytime talk show host? There are rumblings that the actress has been discussing a talk show development deal with Warner Bros. and Ellen DeGeneres’ A Very Good Production banner.
It seems like "Game of Thrones" could go on forever . . . but it won't. The show's creator says they have an end-game in place, and it's coming soon. He says the plan is to do just 13 more episodes, over two seasons.
The "Game of Thrones" sixth season finale attracted the show's biggest audience yet, with 8.9 million viewers.
Joey Fatone from 'N Sync is opening a hot dog stand in an Orlando mall in August. It's called 'Fat One's,' which is just his last name split into two words. It'll also serve Italian ice.
It's hard to imagine how Hollywood is going to turn the game "Tetris" into a movie . . . but apparently the plot isn't the problem. Producers say they have so much to work with that they're turning it into a trilogy.
Rumors are now saying that Tom Hiddleston may just using Taylor Swift. Some speculated that the fast-moving relationship may have something to do with Hiddleston being buzzed about for the coveted 007 James Bond role.
Nicolas Cage and his wife Alice Kim are separated, but they actually split in January. So the fact that he's been spotted with another woman lately isn't a huge deal.
Speaking of Nicolas Cage's love life, another one of his ex-wives, Lisa Marie Presley, is divorcing her current husband.
Dennis Quaid is getting divorced again.
Prince Harry was reportedly spotted buying discount frozen dinners at a supermarket.
The new trailer for "Bridget Jones' Baby" is online!
The audition round continued on "America's Got Talent" last night. A guy named Brian Justin Crum got all the judges behind him with his cover of Queen's "Somebody to Love".
ON TV TONIGHT
"The U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials" continue at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.
“Big Brother” at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.
Tim Tebow was on a flight to Phoenix on Sunday, when a man had a heart attack and went unconscious. Tim went over to be with the family, and led a prayer. He also helped them get to the hospital after they landed, and he stayed there with them. But sadly, the guy didn't make it.
For one night only, rapper Ludacris will perform for workers at the US Navy base Guantanamo Bay in Cuba on July 4th.
Caitlyn Jenner appears on Sports Illustrated cover, 40 years after winning Olympic gold.
TMZ says a bouncer at a nightclub at a “BET Awards” after party was assaulted, and Lil Wayne is a suspect. Wayne and 2 Chainz were hosting a party at the Hyde nightclub and apparently things got heated between Wayne and the bouncer when members of his entourage were turned away. The bouncer says Wayne punched him in the face, and he was hospitalized with minor injuries. Wayne's people say he didn't hit him but they admit that there was a brief altercation.
Suge Knight is suing Chris Brown for that incident back in 2014 when Suge was shot seven times at a party that Chris was hosting. The nightclub is also named in the suit. Suge argues that there should have been more security, and that they let someone in the club with a gun.
Taylor Swift is telling friends she's in love with Tom Hiddleston.
Calvin Harris must be sick of the paparazzi hounding him since his breakup with Taylor Swift, because he almost accidentally ripped a door off his SUV trying to get away from them. Later on, he apologized to them.
There was a private funeral for former ‘Star Trek’ star Anton Yelchin last Friday.
The new trailer for "Star Trek Beyond" features Rihanna’s new single "Sledgehammer".
NASCAR stud Jeff Gordon would love to be Kelly Ripa’s new co-host.
Justin Timberlake got in trouble on Twitter for saying he was "inspired" by Jesse Williams’ speech at the "BET Awards", then telling someone who criticized him that, quote, "we are the same." He ended up apologizing.
Vanessa Hudgens was accused of appropriating Native American culture when she posted a picture of herself with a dreamcatcher in her hair. One follower said, quote, "I love her and all but it's culture not costume."
Florida Georgia Line’s upcoming album features a duet with the Backstreet Boys. That's according to Backstreet members Nick Carter and Howie D. Each of them wrote about it yesterday on social media.
The "Minecraft" movie is coming out in May of 2019.
Pat Summitt, the iconic University of Tennessee women's basketball coach who became the winningest coach in college basketball history, has died at the age of 64.
Buddy Ryan, former NFL head coach, has died at the age of 82.
ON TV TONIGHT
"America's Got Talent" auditions at 9:00 p.m. on NBC.
The second season premiere of "Zoo" at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.
Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston met each other's parents over the last few days. On Thursday, Tom met Taylor's parents in Nashville, and on Friday, they were in England with Tom's mother.
Because of her problems with addiction, self-harming and eating disorders, Demi Lovato didn't think she'd make it to 21. Now, girls come up to her and say she inspired them to conquer their own demons. She says, quote, "Hearing those things gave my life new meaning."
The "BET Awards" set a high bar for Prince tributes last night, with seven performances – including Jennifer Hudson and Stevie Wonder. Beyoncé made a surprise performance. She and Kendrick Lamar opened the show.
Kelly Clarkson announced she's making a soul album.
A Billy Joel cover band called Big Shot was performing in New York on Friday . . . and the real Billy surprised the crowd by coming out to join them for three songs. They did "With a Little Help From My Friends", "Honky Tonk Women", and "You May Be Right".
Steven Tyler is talking about doing an Aerosmith farewell tour, and he insists this means the band is done for good.
Adele brought a girl onstage during a show to take a selfie with her . . . and proceeded to burp in her face. She blamed it on a "dirty burger" she had before the show.
50 Cent got in trouble after a concert in Saint Kitts in the Caribbean . . . because he swore during the show, and it's illegal there. Some reports said he was arrested, but it doesn't sound that serious. He did have to pay a fine.
Jon Bon Jovi surprised a longtime fan with stage 4 cancer at his restaurant in New Jersey.
"Independence Day: Resurgence" was a huge bomb, opening with $41.6 million in the U.S., and only $101.5 million globally. It cost $165 million to make. Meanwhile, "Finding Dory" made $73.2 million in its second week, to stay at #1.
Jeep is facing a $5 million class-action lawsuit over Anton Yelchin’s death, as well as and hundreds of other incidents involving the Grand Cherokee's shifting problems.
The Cincinnati Reds retired Pete Rose’s #14, and put him in their hall of fame this weekend.
"Deadpool 2" starts filming early next year.
Jay Leno got into a car with an 80-year-old professional driver for his show "Jay Leno's Garage". After doing a sick wheel stand, the guy lost control and they rolled several times. They were both fine.
Kanye West’s new video "Famous" has him in bed sleeping with 11 other celebrities, including George W. Bush, Donald Trump, Taylor Swift, Caitlyn Jenner, and Bill Cosby. And it's pretty realistic.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Bachelorette" at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.
"So You Think You Can Dance" at 8:00 p.m. on Fox.
"The Olympic Swimming Trials" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.
Calvin Harris told some of his Instagram followers that he feels "free" from Taylor Swift. He also said he didn't come out looking so good in the breakup because she "controlled the media." But he also said he doesn't hate her.
There's an evil new app called 'Spoiled' that will text your friends "Game of Thrones" spoilers anonymously, so they don't know they're coming from you. Then they'll Tweet the friends' angry responses.
"Sharknado: The 4th Awakens" airs on July 31st, and in a new trailer it's revealed that Tara Reid's character does survive after all. Also, a new list of cameos includes Carrot Top, Gilbert Gottfried, wrestler Seth Rollins, and Paul Shaffer.
Katherine Heigl is pregnant for the first time. She's having a boy. But this will be the third child for her and her husband Josh Kelly. They have adopted daughters who are 7 and 4.
Rob Thomas is offering a special V.I.P. ticket package that will allow fans to sing karaoke with a Rob Thomas hologram. You'll be able to record your performance and share it on social media.
Stevie Wonder has joined the Prince tribute at Sunday's "BET Awards".
A guy Chris Brown hired to manage him and rehabilitate his image is now suing him. He claims Chris beat him up.
So it's really happening: Harry Styles from One Direction just signed a solo deal with Columbia.
Fall Out Boy continues its streak of releasing songs that are at least 75% unoriginal with their remake of the "Ghostbusters" theme. Missy Elliott is on it with them.
As of last night, Chicago Police were on the lookout for Sinead O’Connor again, after someone reported that she had threatened to jump off a bridge.
David Hasselhoff’s ex-wife Pamela Bach signed off on an agreement to have her spousal support lowered from $21,000 to $10,000 a month.
Almost 200 artists signed the cover of the new "Billboard" magazine to ask Congress to do something about gun violence. They include Selena Gomez, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Macklemore, Paul McCartney, Pearl Jam, and Jennifer Lopez.
The first openly-gay Miss America contestant was crowned on Saturday. It's Miss Missouri, Erin O'Flaherty.
Jermaine Jackson’s wife is filing for divorce.
Taylor Lautner is joining Season 2 of "Scream Queens".
The Philadelphia 76ers chose LSU forward Ben Simmons as the #1 overall pick in the NBA draft.
Led Zeppelin is in the clear. An L.A. jury has ruled that "Stairway to Heaven" does not rip-off the spirit instrumental track "Taurus".
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on BET: "The BET Awards".
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on HBO: The sixth season finale of "Game of Thrones".
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers had their championship parade yesterday, and 1.3 million people showed up. LeBron said he had "no intention" of leaving Cleveland . . . and afterward, he gave a 15-minute speech where he personally thanked each of his teammates.
Nominees for the 2016 ESPYs have been announced. And by the way, the Arthur Ashe Courage Award is going to a high school football player, 15-year-old Zaevion Dobson, who died shielding three girls from bullets in a gang shooting.
Uma Thurman broke multiple bones after falling off a horse. Her rep said, quote, "She was training on a young thoroughbred who got spooked."
"Entertainment Weekly" says Darth Vader will be in "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story". He isn't a central character, so it's unclear how big the role will be . . . but you will see him.
Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams have settled their divorce. She's keeping the house and the Prius . . . and he gets his comic book collection, the pinball machines, a 2008 Porsche Carrera, and a '59 Cadillac.
Michael Jackson’s estate is denying a report that the Neverland Ranch had a huge stash of pornography, including child porn and videos of animal torture. And Michael's daughter Paris told people to, quote, "ignore the trash and the parasites who make a career trying to slander my father."
Tim Tebow visited an old high school teammate in the hospital who was injured in the Orlando attack.
The surviving members of TLC are planning to release their first album in 14 years. Their last album came out in November ‘02 - months after Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes. There's no release date yet, but should be out later this year.
Steven Spielberg says George Lucas will be involved in "Indiana Jones 5".
Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a reporter's microphone and threw it into a lake.
David Duchovny is trying to start the next Ice Bucket Challenge by having people post videos of their dogs licking peanut butter off their faces. The point is, you donate a dollar for each lick, and the money goes to a charity that's trying to stop shelters from killing unwanted animals.
There is a video of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston getting cozy at Tuesday night's Selena Gomez show.
Bryan Cranston would like to do a "Malcolm in the Middle" reunion.
Ben Affleck went on an epic, profanity-laced tirade over Deflategate on the HBO show "Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons" last night. Among many, many other things, he said, quote "Deflategate is the ultimate bull[crap] [effing] outrage of sports, ever. It's so [effing] stupid."
Anderson Cooper’s white hair is kind of his trademark, but he wishes it was still brown.
HBO canceled "Vinyl" after one season.
ON TV TONIGHT
The second season finale of "Lip Sync Battle" at 10 p.m. on Spike.
“Big Brother” at 9 p.m. on CBS.
"ESPN the Magazine" has revealed the 19 athletes who are appearing naked in its annual Body Issue, and this year's list includes: Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, and Elena Delle Donne of the WNBA's Chicago Sky.
Lebron James’ 11-year-old son LeBron Jr. already has college scholarship offers from both Duke and Kentucky. And LeBron isn't happy about it. He thinks it should be a violation to recruit pre-teens.
“America’s Got Talent” judge Simon Cowell pressed the golden buzzer during Tuesday night's episode for 16-year-old Calysta Bevier, who is a survivor of stage 3 ovarian cancer. Bevier sang Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" on the show.
“Frozen” will be returning this July with ‘Frozen Northern Lights’, an original story from Anna and Elsa’s kingdom which will include an all-new original series of animated LEGO shorts, and a companion collection of books.
Golf superstar Rory McIlroy will not be heading to Rio. The No. 3-ranked golfer in the world said concerns about the Zika virus have prompted him to withdraw his name from consideration for the Summer Olympics.
Katy Perry’s new perfume is called Mad Love, and people think it's a shot at her ex-friend Taylor Swift.
Michelle Obama started a Snapchat account yesterday . . . and she announced that she's shooting a 'Carpool Karaoke' with James Corden. There's no airdate yet.
Jim Carrey is developing a movie called "Aleister Arcane". It's based on a comic of the same name about a midnight TV horror host who haunts a town after his death.
Original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter will play the president on "Supergirl".
A woman at an Enrique Iglesias show jumped on him and wouldn't let go. But he protected her from his security guys.
Sources say Britney Spears’ new single has been delayed because her vocals are terrible.
This year's Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony is happening on August 21st in Dearborn, Michigan. And the inductees include Prince, Bobby Brown, Smokey Robinson, Fats Domino, Bootsy Collins, Dionne Warwick, The Supremes, and Jimi Hendrix. Mary Wilson from The Supremes is hosting.
The major players on "Game of Thrones" are reportedly being bumped up to $500,000 per episode for Seasons 7 and 8.
Former WWE champ Roman Reigns was suspended for violating the company's drug police. He apologized and owned up to it, but there's no word what he took.
And just like that, Demi Lovato is back on Twitter.
Neil Cavuto from Fox News is recovering from open heart surgery.
ON TV TONIGHT
The 18th season premiere of "Big Brother" at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.
The series premiere of "American Gothic" at 10:00 p.m. on CBS.