The Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber is all the buzz – everyone from Kevin Hart to Martha Stewart was there ragging on the Biebs!
In a surprise move, Comedy Central announced that Jon Stewart’s successor on "The Daily Show" will be 31-year-old South African comedian Trevor Noah, who just joined the show as a correspondent back in December. He'll take over sometime later this year or early next year.
A producer has released what might be Zayn Malik’s first solo track since leaving One Direction.
On "Dancing with the Stars" last night, judge Bruno Tonioli insulted Charlotte McKinney’s intelligence, telling her she's never going to win the Nobel Prize for quantum physics. She also ended up being sent home.
The next Disney cartoon getting the live-action treatment is "Mulan". The original came out in 1998. Still on the way are "Dumbo", "The Jungle Book", "Beauty and the Beast", and a sequel to "Alice".
As expected, NBC's next live musical will be "The Wiz". Yesterday, they announced that it'll premiere on December 3rd. There's no casting news yet.
Ludacris is returning to host the Billboard Music Awards again. This time, his co-host will be supermodel Chrissy Teigen, who is John Legend's wife. The show will air Sunday, May 17th on ABC.
For the first time in almost 20 years, Tiger Woods is not one of the top 100 players in the Official World Golf Rankings. His current ranking is 104th. The last time Tiger wasn't in the Top 100 was September 29th, 1996, when he was #225. At the time, he'd only been a pro golfer for a month.
Robin Williams’ widow is going into private mediation with his kids, in order to peacefully resolve some differences over the will.
Mike Tyson’s former estate in Ohio is being turned into a church.
The fifth season finale of "The Walking Dead" attracted an audience of 15.8 million.
Jay Z held a crazy event yesterday announcing the re-launch of Tidal, the streaming service he recently bought a big stake in. There were 15 major artists with him, who were announced as "co-owners." They include: Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Madonna, Jason Aldean, and Arcade Fire.
Laurence Fishburne’s mother says she's facing eviction and can't get a hold of her son because he's "gone Hollywood".
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Voice". . . 8 P.M. on NBC.
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”. . . 9 P.M. on ABC.
In an interview last year, Scottish musician Calvin Harris said Taylor Swift was, quote, "the opposite of my type." But it's pretty obvious that they're together now. They went to a Kenny Chesney concert together Thursday night, and sources say they were holding each other and making out.
Nick Jonas spent Friday night crashing house parties . . . bringing people booze, doing shots with them, and even singing a few songs. Nick is an investor in an alcohol delivery app called Saucey, and on Friday, he played delivery boy to several people in the L.A. area who used it. He rode along on about 10 deliveries over a four-hour period.
And the first trailer for the "Walking Dead" spin-off "Fear the Walking Dead" has been released. It's a prequel set in L.A. at the start of the zombie outbreak, and premieres on AMC later this summer.
It sounds like Hugh Jackman might be done playing Wolverine. He Instagrammed a photo of his Wolverine claw over the weekend, with the caption, quote, "One last time." He's talking about the upcoming third "Wolverine" movie.
Justin Bieber jumped onstage with Ariana Grande during her show in Miami on Saturday and started singing "Love Me Harder" with her . . . until he forgot the words. After the song was over he apologized.
Destiny’s Child reunited at the Stellar Gospel Awards in Las Vegas on Saturday night, to sing Michelle's song "Say Yes". Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland actually appear on the song and in the video.
Angelina Jolie won Best Villain for "Maleficent" at the Kids Choice Awards, and she gave out some good advice during her acceptance speech. She said, quote, "Different is good. So don't fit in. Don't sit still. Don't ever try to be less than you are. And when someone tells you that you are different, smile and hold your head up, and be proud."
At Wrestlemania 31 last night, Seth Rollins won the WWE title after interjecting himself into the match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. Meanwhile, Triple H beat Sting and John Cena won the U.S. Championship from Rusev.
Rihanna and Jim Parsons beat Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart at the box office this weekend. The animated movie "Home" pulled in $54 million and the prison comedy "Get Hard" came in second with $34.6 million.
It looks like Khloe Kardashian and French Montana are back on again.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Voice" knockout rounds . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
"The Roast of Justin Bieber" . . . 10:00 P.M. on Comedy Central.
“Better Call Saul” . . . 10 P.M. on AMC.
It's going to be hard for Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart to keep denying they're together again, now that they've been caught kissing in public. The kiss happened Wednesday night, when Casper showed up at "American Idol".
One thing that was lost in all the hysteria over Zayn Malik walking away from One Direction was the amount of money he was leaving on the table. One estimate suggests that One Direction is in line to rake in around $75 million in the coming year. Zayn's share would've been $15 million, although that's pre-tax, and before agents and managers take their cuts. Still, it looks like he stood to make at least $5 million, and in addition to whatever he's making on their existing music.
"Fortune" magazine put together a list of the World's 50 Greatest Leaders, and they put Taylor Swift at #6. They picked her because she's the highest-paid woman in music, she stood up to Spotify, and, quote, "she has proved shrewder at honing a brand in the social media age than virtually any other person or company."
An Australian radio station gave a couple who were struggling a dream wedding. It included a surprise performance by Ed Sheeran. Also, Sheeran broke up with his girlfriend.
"Downton Abbey" is ending after the upcoming sixth season. It will begin airing in the U.K. in November, and in the U.S. a few months later. There are some other "Downton Abbey" projects being discussed . . . including a movie based on the show. An executive producer says they're thinking about it.
NBC has ordered a 13-episode sequel to the '90s sitcom "Coach", and most importantly, Craig T. Nelson is coming back. It'll pick up 18 years later, with Craig's character Hayden Fox coming out of retirement to be an assistant coach for his son, who's the new head coach at a college in Pennsylvania.
Ashton Kutcher went undercover at an Australian tech store to promote Lenovo's new tablet. The video includes him spooning another guy, kissing an old lady on the lips, and showing them pictures of animals making the beast with two backs.
Taraji P. Henson from "Empire" will host "Saturday Night Live" on April 11th, with musical guest Mumford & Sons.
Ozzy Osbourne has canceled an event called Ozzfiesta that was supposed to go down in Mexico at the end of May, because he's having an unspecified surgery.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Saturday at 8:00 p.m. on Nickelodeon: "The Kids Choice Awards" . . . which is hosted by Nick Jonas this year.
Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on AMC: The fifth season finale of "The Walking Dead". The 90-minute finale is followed by an hour-long episode of "The Talking Dead".
Zayn Malik has decided to drop out of One Direction permanently. He says, quote, "After five years, I feel like it's now the right time for me to leave . . . I want to be a normal 22-year-old who's able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight." The band will continue as a four-piece.
One Direction super fans are totally losing their minds over Zayn Malik leaving the group. Our favorites include this Tweet: Quote, "When you cry more when Zayn leaves One Direction than when someone in your family died. #Relatable." And this Tumblr post: Quote, "Zayn leaving the band is worst then the time I was in a ICU."
Chelsea Handler says she believes Bill Cosby’s many accusers, because he tried to "Cosby her" 10 years ago. She says they were both performing in Atlantic City, and Bill invite her up to his hotel suite. She says, quote, "I said, 'That's really weird. I don't want to go alone.' I don't know him."
Whitney Houston’s mother Cissy says that there's not a lot of hope for Bobbi Kristina to recover, and she's ready if it's Bobbi's time to go.
The biological mother of Rosie O’Donnell’s 17-year-old adopted daughter says she was drugged and forced to give up her child . . . and Rosie was in on it.
There are rumors that Roseanne Barr is joining "The View". But she Tweeted, quote, "No one has contacted my representatives."
Christina Milian and Lil Wayne are official. They were spotted holding hands the other day.
A writer for the "X-Files" back in the day says he pitched an episode about a haunted website, but he was shot down because they didn't think enough people knew what a website was.
Sources say Chris Brown wants to move his baby-mama from Houston to L.A., so he can spend more time with the daughter he just found out about.
The online crowd-funding campaign to raise $2 million to make "Super Troopers 2" met its goal in a single day.
The lineup for this year's Lollapalooza includes Paul McCartney, Metallica, Florence and the Machine, Sam Smith, The Weeknd, A$AP Rocky, and Kid Cudi. It goes down the weekend of July 31st in Chicago.
Ringo Starr released a new song yesterday called "Confirmation". It's from his album "Postcards from Paradise", which comes out March 31st.
ON TV TONIGHT
Grey’s Anatomy . . . 8 P.M. on ABC.
"NCAA Basketball: Notre Dame vs. Wichita State" @ 7:15 P.M. on CBS …… Wisconsin vs. North Carolina" @ 7:47 P.M. on TBS ….. Kentucky vs. West Virginia"@ 9:45 P.M. on CBS …. Arizona vs. Xavier" @ 10:17 P.M. on TBS.
Angelina Jolie had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed last week after her doctor found possible early signs of ovarian cancer. She says, quote, "I feel at ease with whatever will come, not because I am strong but because this is a part of life. It is nothing to be feared." Angelina's mother died of ovarian cancer in 2007.
Will Ferrell got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday. John C. Reilly recited a poem.
Celine Dion’s 73-year-old husband Rene Angelil is battling throat cancer again. And she tells "Good Morning America", quote, "He can't use his mouth, he can't eat, so I feed him. He's got a feeding tube. I have to feed him three times a day."
Iggy Azalea has revealed that she got some new boobs four months ago. She says it's something she's thought about her whole life, and she finally just got tired of padding her stage costumes. She debated whether to fess up, and says, quote, "I decided I wasn't into secret-keeping."
"Fifty Shades of Grey" is coming out on Blu-ray on May 8th . . . and it'll include both the theatrical version and a new unrated version, with "a never-before-seen alternate ending," and almost two hours of bonus features.
Creed singer Scott Stapp completed a 90-day rehab stint. Former Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti says, quote, "Thank God he got through it all and his family got him into treatment…hopefully he stays sober."
Fox is bringing back "The X-Files" for a limited run, six-episode series. There's no airdate yet. And yes, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will be back as Mulder and Scully. Series creator Chris Carter is returning, too.
"Pretty Woman" is heading to Broadway.
Bradley Cooper will make his directorial debut with a remake of "A Star is Born".
Vin Diesel thinks "Furious 7" will take home the Best Picture Oscar. He says, quote, "Universal is going to have the biggest movie in history with this movie. It will probably win Best Picture at the Oscars, unless the Oscars don't want to be relevant ever." He adds, quote, "This will win Best Picture."
Jon Hamm just got done with a stint in rehab for alcohol abuse. He checked himself into a place called Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, Connecticut back in February. He was there for 30 days. The second half of the seventh and final season of "Mad Men" begins on AMC a week from Sunday.
David Crosby’s 911 call after he hit a man with his car hit the web yesterday. He tells the operator that they need an ambulance immediately, and that he didn't see the guy because the sun was in his eyes.
ON TV TONIGHT
"American Idol" . . . 8:00 P.M. on Fox. The Top 9 finalists perform.
“Modern Family” … 9 P.M. on ABC.
Mila Kunis might have confirmed she and Ashton Kutcher are married on the premiere of "The Late Late Show with James Corden" last night. But some people think it was just a joke. Ashton got the marriage rumors started on January 2nd when he posted a picture on Facebook that said "Happy New Year, Love the Kutchers."
Casper Smart says he and Jennifer Lopez are just friends.
Michelle Rodriguez says she went a little nuts when Paul Walker died . . . quote, "I actually went on a bit of a binge. I went crazy a little bit . . . A lot of the stuff I did last year I would never do had I been in my right mind . . . I was traveling and I was having sex. And I was just trying to ignore everything that I was feeling."
Redfoo from LMFAO was the first contestant eliminated from "Dancing with the Stars".
Lil Wayne performed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida over the weekend, and the crowd was a little rowdy . . . probably because Wayne was a few hours late, and didn't take the stage until 3:30 A.M. In any event, TMZ has video of Wayne's security punching a fan. It's unclear what he did to deserve that. TMZ claims he was just holding up a message on his phone that said "[Eff] Weezy."
Madonna is upset she hasn't met President Obama yet. She says she might have a chance if she were married to Jay Z.
"Game of Thrones" is quickly catching up to the books they're based on. The good news is that the producers know where George R. R. Martin is planning to take the story, and they're taking the same direction. The bad news is that they're going to spoil some of the things that will happen in future books.
Jennifer Lawrence says the upcoming "X-Men" movie marks her last time playing Mystique.
Little League sensation Mo'ne Davis is asking Bloomsburg University to reinstate a baseball player they booted for calling her a ‘slut’ on Twitter. She says, quote, "Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone deserves a second chance. I know he didn't mean it in that type of way."
Former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper was sentenced to nine years in federal prison for drugging and raping women in California, Arizona, Nevada, and Louisiana. Sharper's attorney says he reached a 'global resolution' to put the matter to rest by serving concurrent nine-year prison sentences for his crimes in each state.
David Hasselhoff promises that "Sharknado 3" will be the worst movie you've ever seen.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Voice" knock out rounds continue . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." . . . 9:00 P.M. on ABC.