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July 29, 2016

Jul 29, 2016 -- 10:08am

Prince’s family is organizing an official tribute concert, which will happen on October 13th in his hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Performers will be announced in the coming weeks, and tickets go on sale next month.

Mary J. Blige and her husband are divorcing after 12 years of marriage.

Ronda Rousey is denying a rumor that she's pregnant.

Nick Jonas is in talks to join the "Jumanji" remake, alongside The Rock, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black.

Meryl Streep is joining the cast of Disney's "Mary Poppins Returns", starring Emily Blunt in the title role.

Michael Keaton got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Bette Midler is joining "The Voice" as a mentor for Blake Shelton’s team.

Speaking of Bette Midler, Lifetime is remaking her movie "Beaches", with Idina Menzel in her part.

Vice President Joe Biden will appear on an episode of "Law & Order: SVU".

Keith Weglin was nabbed by cops after hitting Justin Timberlake’s face at the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am in Lake Tahoe. He could have gotten off but cops say he refused to leave the course so they arrested him for disorderly conduct.

VH1 is developing a new version of "Hollywood Squares" called "Hip-Hop Squares".  It'll debut this fall, and Ice Cube is an executive producer.  There's no word what celebrities are going to be on it yet.

TBS is developing a new show that's loosely based on Notorious B.I.G. lyrics, and it's a sitcom.  It's called "Think B.I.G.", and it's about an inner-city teen who's trying to create a better future for his daughter and infant son.

VH1 Classic is being turned into MTV Classic, and it'll run old-school MTV shows like "Laguna Beach", "Daria", "Jackass", "Cribs", and "Beavis & Butt-head". 

Matt Damon's new "Jason Bourne" movie is out this weekend.  It's up against the Mila Kunis comedy "Bad Moms".

Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan are together onscreen again in the movie "Ithaca".  They play husband and wife, but the movie is actually about their son, who becomes a bike messenger during World War 2.  Meg directed the movie.

Pope Francis suffered a bad fall in front of millions around the world in Poland for Holy Mass. But he is okay.

Kanye West was a surprise guest at Drake's show in Chicago on Wednesday. 

"Sesame Street" just canned three of its longtime human characters, Bob, Luis, and Gordon.  They'd all been with the show for over 40 years. 

16-year-old Vine star Hayes Grier suffered a concussion, two broken ribs, and a bruised lung in a dirt bike accident.




Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on Fox:  "Teen Choice 2016".  It's hosted by Victoria Justice and wrestler John Cena.

Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on Syfy:  "Sharknado: The 4th Awakens"!


July 28, 2016

Jul 28, 2016 -- 10:20am

A bunch of Broadway stars came out to the Democratic convention last night and sang "What the World Needs Now Is Love".   There was a "Cagney & Lacey" reunion, when Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless were part of that number.  It also included Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, and Rosie Perez.

Netflix announced that the new "Gilmore Girls" season starts streaming November 25th.

There's talk going around that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are back together.  It's not true.

There have been rumors that Calvin Harris and Kanye West are talking about working together but sources say Calvin wants nothing to do with Kanye, because he's scared of ticking off his ex, Taylor Swift. 

Former NFL star Warren Sapp got bitten on the arm by a nurse shark while catching lobster in Florida.  He is okay.

Three of Michael Jackson’s nephews are suing for $100 million, for saying Michael molested them and paid them to keep quiet.

Adele brought a male Adele impersonator onstage during a show in Seattle.

A guy working on the Guns N' Roses reunion tour says there's no end in sight, everyone's getting along, and Axl Rose not only isn't showing up late . . . he's sometimes the first one there.

Jared Leto lives on a 100,000-square-foot abandoned secret Air Force base complete with a control tower, top secret vaults, and a guillotine.

Snookie has put out a music video for a new song called "Yung Mommy".  But it’s sort of a joke.  She said, quote, "Don't take it too seriously . . . it's just meant to be fun and funny." 

The O'Jays want Donald Trump and the Trump campaign to stop using "For the Love of Money", which was also the theme song from "The Apprentice".

John Hinckley Jr. is the guy who shot President Ronald Reagan back in 1981.  And yesterday, a judge granted his release.  He's moving from psychiatric care to live with his mother in Virginia, and he'll be monitored.

Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine riled up the crowd at the Democratic National Convention last night with his Donald Trump impression. 

Production on the new season of "Arrested Development" could begin early next year.

Keshia Knight Pulliam says she did not cheat on her husband . . . he cheated on her.

Heath Ledger’s father says Heath was solely responsible for his own death.

Chief David Bald Eagle from "Dances with Wolves" has died.  He was 97.  He was a World War 2 paratrooper, big band drummer, and ballroom dancer.  He also taught John Wayne how to handle a gun and a horse.




"Big Brother" eviction night at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.

Coverage of "The Democratic National Convention" at 10:00 p.m. on CBS, NBC and ABC.


July 27, 2016

Jul 27, 2016 -- 10:33am

The "MTV Video Music Award" nominees were announced yesterday.  Beyoncé leads with 11, followed by Adele with eight. The nominees for Video of the Year are:  "Formation" by Beyoncé, "Hello" by Adele, "Hotline Bling" by Drake, "Sorry" by Justin Bieber, and "Famous" by Kanye West.  The ceremony goes down August 28th. Voting is open at

Ed Sheeran appeared on Instagram wearing a ring on his left hand in a photo with his musician friend Jovel. Multiple outlets reported that he could be married to Cherry Seaborn. But no word from Ed Sheeran yet.

Sources close to Lindsay Lohan say she and her fiancé Egor Tarabasov have split following a dramatic few days of claims of abuse, pregnancy and cheating. On Tuesday, Tarabasov was seen moving out of her London apartment. She said she's doing well and taking some time for herself.  However in an interview with Inside Edition, Michael Lohan (Lindsay’s dad) said that Lindsay is pregnant! But no official word from her yet.

Miss Cleo . . . the psychic hotline pitchwoman from the '90s with the Jamaican accent . . . died yesterday after a battle with cancer.  She was 53.  Her real name was Youree Harris.

Tom Hiddleston did Comic-Con to promote "Kong: Skull Island" . . . and sources say the studio banned him from bringing Taylor Swift, because they didn't want it to become a circus.

Conrad Murray’s new tell-all book says that Janet Jackson and James DeBarge had a secret love child who was put up for adoption.

Keshia Knight Pulliam from "The Cosby Show" announced last week that she and her husband are expecting.  But this week, he filed for divorce, and he wants her to take a paternity test.

Harrison Ford’s injury on the set of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" could have been far worse than a broken leg when a hydraulic door on the Millennium Falcon set knocked him down and fell on top of him.   The company responsible pleaded guilty to health and safety violations after a prosecutor said it could have killed him.

The "New York Post" claims Mariah Carey had a special "entrance song" when she entered a restaurant in Italy over the weekend.  It was one of her own songs naturally . . . but there's no word what it was. 

James Corden’s "Carpool Karaoke" show has been picked up by Apple Music.  Corden isn't hosting.  Meanwhile, Craig Robinson has a show that mixes "Carpool Karaoke" with "Cash Cab", with random people doing the singing.

Calvin Harris reportedly wants to make music with Kanye West.

Kevin James, Rob Schneider, and Nick Swardson have joined the cast of the new Adam Sandler movie.

Nick Jonas cooks bird guts with grubs on an upcoming episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls". 

A previously-unreleased Lana del Rey song called "Super Movie" has leaked. 

Slash made a surprise visit to a rehearsal of the Broadway musical "School of Rock" and performed with the cast.




"America's Got Talent" live results show at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.

Coverage of "The Democratic National Convention" at 10:00 p.m. on CBS, NBC and ABC.


July 26, 2016

Jul 26, 2016 -- 10:29am

Sia's "Cheap Thrills" finally dethroned Drake's "One Dance" on the Hot 100.  That makes her the first woman over 40 to hit #1 since Madonna did it with "Music" in 2000.  She was 42 at the time.  Sia turned 40 last December.

Adele brought a guy onstage and went to kiss him on the cheek . . . and he turned at the last second and went for her lips.  It might have been an accident. 

Someone recorded Lindsay Lohan having a big fight with her fiancé on the balcony of her London apartment over the weekend.  She called him an "[effing] psycho," and accused him of repeatedly choking her and beating her up.

Yesterday on "Good Morning America", Ozzy Osbourne said he's "getting back on the horse" in his relationship.  Later on "The Talk", Sharon called him a "dirty dog", but said she can't think of her life without him.   

David Spade will host the Comedy Central roast of Rob Lowe.  They've been buddies since they did "Tommy Boy" together more than 20 years ago.

Some guy slapped Justin Timberlake while he was walking through a crowd at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe on Saturday.  He wasn't hit that hard, it was more like a touch.  Justin was angry, but he won't press charges.

Rob Kardashian wiped his Instagram clean yesterday, leading to rumors that he had broken up with his pregnant fiancée Black Chyna.  Sources say they're still together, but they're going through a rough patch. 

The NFL has concluded that Peyton Manning didn't use HGH or any other performance-enhancing drugs banned by the league.

Michael Jordan wrote an essay speaking out against police brutality and violence against the cops.  He's also donating $1 million each to a police organization and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.

Andy Dick is now a spokesman for an addiction recovery center.

Katharine McPhee and her "Scorpion" costar Elyes Gabel have broken up after two years together.  They still have to work together on the show, but a source says that's cool, because they're still friends.

Diddy's son Justin Combs is launching an entertainment company with Angus T. Jones from "Two and a Half Men".

Chance The Rapper is organizing a music festival at U.S. Cellular Field, the home of the Chicago White Sox.  It's called The Magnificent Coloring Day, and it goes down September 24th. Guests include Skrillex, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, and Tyler, the Creator.

Marni Nixon died of breast cancer on Sunday at the age of 86.  She was one of the nuns in "The Sound of Music", and provided the singing voice for Audrey Hepburn in "My Fair Lady", and Natalie Wood in "West Side Story".




"America's Got Talent" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC.  The Top 12 perform live.

The series premiere of the "MADtv" reboot at 9:00 p.m. on the CW.

Coverage of "The Democratic National Convention" at 10:00 p.m. on CBS, NBC and ABC.


July 22, 2016

Jul 22, 2016 -- 10:09am

Ray Rice hasn't played in the NFL in three years, since he was caught knocking his wife unconscious in an elevator.  Now, he wants to return to the NFL, and he's promising to donate his salary to charity if anyone will sign him.

New York Knicks fan Spike Lee is #1 on a "USA Today" list of 'The Top 10 Celebrity Sports Fans.'  L.A. Lakers fan Jack Nicholson is second . . . followed by Ashley Judd, who roots for the University of Kentucky.

The NBA is pulling the 2017 All-Star game out of Charlotte, due to North Carolina's anti-LGBT laws.

Liam Payne from One Direction just scored a solo deal with Capitol Records.  He Tweeted, quote, "One Direction will always be my home and family but I'm very excited to see what this chapter brings."  

Celine Dion was on "The Tonight Show" last night, and she and Jimmy played "Wheel of Impressions" and she nailed it.   

The first trailer for Fox's "Rocky Horror Picture Show" remake was released yesterday.  And there's actually a built-in audience that does all the crazy stuff fans do at midnight screenings of the original.

The city of Toronto would like Justin Bieber to stop posing with big cats. Toronto Animal Service informed Bieber they'd received complaints of him posing with a white lion cub backstage at a show in May and with a tiger in April. It's illegal to have exotic cats within city limits.

Roger Ailes is out as CEO at Fox News.  Rupert Murdoch is taking his place.

Rita Ora will be the host of "America's Next Top Model" when it moves to VH1 this fall.

Nicole Richie has joined the cast of an upcoming NBC comedy called "Great News". 

The upcoming, sixth season of "Teen Wolf" will be its last.

My Chemical Romance is not reuniting for the anniversary of "The Black Parade".

Demi Lovato helped convince Nick Jonas to break up with Olivia Culpo last year.  She says, quote, "I was like, 'Get out of that.  You could [eff] anybody that you want right now, so have fun and do that.'"

Zoe Saldana revealed that she has an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto's thyroiditis . . . where your immune system fights your own body.  For now, she has to eat healthier, and avoid dairy and gluten.

"Star Trek Beyond" is in theaters this weekend.  It's up against the fifth "Ice Age" movie, and the horror flick "Lights Out".   

Amber Heard has been spending some time with billionaire Elon Musk.

Peter Macnicol just had his Emmy nomination for "Veep" revoked, because it turns out that he appeared in too many episodes to qualify in the 'Guest Actor' category.  He was replaced by Peter Scolari from "Girls". 

Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox are divorcing after 9 years of marriage.




Saturday at 11:30 p.m. on NBC:  Miley Cyrus hosts "Saturday Night Live".  

Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on ABC:  "Celebrity Family Feud".  


July 21, 2016

Jul 21, 2016 -- 10:14am

"OK!" magazine says Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are expecting twin girls.  Gwen's rep says it's "untrue". 

It turns out Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney are just on a break.

The first live-action "Pokemon" movie is in the works.  It's called "Detective Pikachu". 

The Leonardo DiCaprio movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” was financed with stolen money. A civil suit filed by the US Justice Department demands all future profits, royalties and distribution proceeds from the Oscar-nomi­nated 2013 flick on the grounds that it was part of an international money-laundering scheme involving a development firm set up by the prime minister of Malaysia. In a series of interrelated complaints, the feds are seeking a total $1 billion in assets.

Shannen Doherty chronicled her battle with breast cancer by posting pictures of herself getting her head shaved.  She's 45 now, and revealed her diagnosis about a year ago.

On America’s Got Talent, Louis Tomlinson used his golden buzzer for a 14-year-old singer named Jayna Brown.

Michelle Obama was on "Carpool Karaoke" last night.  Michelle sang Stevie Wonder and Beyonce with James Corden.

A research company says Selena Gomez is so influential on social media that product placements in her posts could be worth $550,000 each.  She has a total of 180.8 million followers on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. 

Jennifer Hudson will star in Adam Sandler’s upcoming Netflix movie, "Sandy Wexler".  It's about a talent manager who falls in love with his latest client.  Jennifer plays the client, obviously.

The next "Divergent" movie "Ascendant" has been downgraded to a TV movie, because the last one didn't do too well at the box office.  They're introducing new characters, who will continue on in a stand-alone TV series.

The Rock and Arnold Schwarzenegger are both developing scripted dramas about bodybuilding.

Stephen Colbert says he's "hurt" by rumors that CBS will bump his show back and replace him with James Corden.  He says that implies his show isn't good enough.  CBS denies that they're flipping the timeslots. 

Kate Hudson is dating Katy Perry’s ex, Diplo. 

Kid Cudi is joining Season Three of "Empire".  He's playing a rapper named Gram, who will be Hakeem's rival. 

There's no truth to the rumor that Ariel Winter is being fired from "Modern Family" to accommodate the salary demands of other cast members.

Miranda Kerr and Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel are engaged.

My Chemical Romance broke up back in 2013.  But they're teasing that they're doing something this September, on the 10-year anniversary of their hit album "Welcome to the Black Parade". 




“Greatest Hits: 1990-1995” at 9pm on ABC. A look back at 1990-95 features performances by Boyz II Men, En Vogue, Montell Jordan, Seal, Alessia Cara and Little Big Town, and a duet by Bonnie Raitt and Andra Day.

Coverage of "The Republican National Convention" at 10:00 p.m. on CBS, NBC and ABC.


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