For the first time in 10 years, Jerry Seinfeld isn't the highest-paid comedian in the world. He made $43.5 million over the past year, to finish second to Kevin Hart, who made $87.5 million.
The two Ryan Lochte protesters who stormed the stage on "Dancing with the Stars" have been charged, and could face up to six months in jail and thousand-dollar fines.
Rick Perry got sent home last night on "Dancing with the Stars".
Vice President Joe Biden appears on "Law & Order: SVU" tonight.
Selena Gomez has become the first person on Instagram to reach 100 million followers.
Check out a trailer for Justin Timberlake's Netflix concert film.
Katy Perry's "Vote Naked" stunt was a PSA for Rock the Vote.
Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was apparently stressed out about something on the night of his fatal boat accident, because one of the friends who was with him said he wanted to be there to make sure he was okay.
Solange Knowles is releasing her new album on Friday.
Bob Dylan is releasing a 36-disc set of live recordings from 1966.
Jennifer Aniston's husband Justin Theroux doesn't think we should care about the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie when there are "far more important things going on in the world." He also said he feels for the kids, because he's a child of divorce himself.
Will Smith thought his movie "Concussion" would "make a bigger impact." He says he was surprised that people basically ignored the issue and were like, "Nope, I'm not stopping watching football, so I don't want to know."
"Sunday Night Football" owned the week again with over 20 million viewers. Meanwhile, "NCIS" returned for its 14th season with 16 million, and Michael Weatherly's new show, "Bull", made our Top 5 with 15.6 million.
Lindsay Lohan went to Turkey to visit Syrian refugees.
Houston Texans defensive superstar J.J. Watt might be out for the season with a back injury.
Jessica Williams from "The Daily Show" just snagged her first lead movie role.
Robert Plant has joined the lineup of a small U.S. tour to benefit refugees.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Empire" at 9:00 p.m. on Fox.
"American Horror Story" at 10:00 p.m. on FX.
The Miami Marlins paid tribute to Jose Fernandez last night, and Dee Gordon cried after hitting a home run. Also, the two other victims were Jose's friends from high school. And a bag of Jose's autographed baseballs washed ashore just north of the crash site.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have a combined fortune of around $400 million, including 12 properties. And sources say they'll have no problem splitting it up, because they have an ironclad prenup.
Tom Hanks continued being awesome over the weekend, by crashing a couple's wedding photos in Central Park.
Don't count on Neil Patrick Harris being Kelly Ripa’s new co-host on "Live!". He says, quote, "It's a nice gig, but I wouldn't want to do it all year long."
Album sales may be down, but it took Adele’s "25" less than a year to go diamond . . . meaning it's sold 10 million copies. Her "21" album went diamond in two years. She's the only artist this decade to have two diamond certified albums.
Nick Jonas was enjoying some downtime in Hawaii with a "mystery girl". He's there shooting the new "Jumanji" movie.
There's apparently no truth to the rumor that Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson are getting divorced.
MTV is bringing back "TRL" today. A special called "Total Registration Live" will air at 6:00 P.M. It'll encourage millennials to get out and vote.
Katy Perry posted a Tweet yesterday saying she's going to "vote naked" today. She added that she's going to, quote, "use my body as click bait to help change the world."
Tom Brady is enjoying his "punishment" from the NFL by nude sunbathing in Italy.
The cast of "Will & Grace" recently got back together, and everybody wondered why. It turns out they made a 10-minute mini-episode about voting.
Rob Kardashian got mad and Tweeted Kylie Jenner’s phone number. Apparently, he was upset that the family organized a baby shower for him, but didn't invite his baby-mama Blac Chyna.
Don't expect to see a "Between Two Ferns" with Donald Trump. Zach Galifianakis says he wouldn't do it because he'd "feel like he was taking advantage of him."
Naomi Watts and Live Schreiber have broken up after 11 years of unwedded bliss. They have two sons, ages 8 and 7.
The man responsible for the first gore flick is no longer with us. Herschell Gordon Lewis has died, at the age of 87. In 1963, he made "Blood Feast", "Two Thousand Maniacs", "The Wizard of Gore", and "Color Me Blood Red".
There's now a Glenn Frey statue standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Dancing with the Stars" results show at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.
"The Voice" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. Part 4 of the Blind Auditions.
Golf legend Arnold Palmer died yesterday at the age of 87. He was suffering heart problems last week. He won seven majors . . . and gave us the 'Arnold Palmer' mix of iced tea and lemonade.
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident late Saturday night off the coast of Florida. He was only 24. The two other men aboard also died. Their boat crashed into an unlit jetty at a high speed.
The Backstreet Boys are getting an 18-date "trial residency" at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas starting on March 1st.
Johnny Depp has been "consoling" Angelina Jolie during her divorce from Brad Pitt, but there's no indication anything is going on between them. Meanwhile, TMZ says Brad will most likely not face child abuse charges.
An unreleased David Bowie album is streaming online. It's called "The Gouster", and it was recorded in 1974.
Denzel Washington’s "Magnificent Seven" remake opened at the top of the box office this weekend with $35 million. It was followed by the animated movie "Storks", which opened with $21.8 million.
Amy Schumer got caught on the Kiss Cam during a Mets game at Citi Field . . . and planted one on her dad and her boyfriend. And here's a picture of them at the game with Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jonah Hill, and Matthew Broderick.
Adele says quitting smoking may have been bad for her. Quote, "The people with the best voices, they always smoke. I've given up smoking and I'm convinced that's made my voice weaker." But on the bright side she says, quote, "My fingers ain't orange anymore."
Lil Wayne is releasing a book called "Gone 'Til November" about his eight-month stint at Rikers Island in 2010.
Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas were stuck in an elevator for four hours together.
Whoopi Goldberg told Wendy Williams that she's "probably" leaving "The View" after this season.
Giants Odell Beckham Jr.’s anger issues were on display again yesterday, in New York's loss to the Washington Redskins. During a sideline meltdown, he smacked the practice net with his helmet but the net fought back.
During Saturday's LSU / Auburn game, a woman sitting on her knees behind the end zone tried to catch a kickoff, and took it right to the face, Marcia Brady-style. Somehow, she was okay.
Michelle Obama hugged George W. Bush Saturday, at the opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. And yes, it's a meme now.
Steven Avery is engaged . . . he's the guy from "Making a Murderer".
Actor Bill Nunn died of leukemia Saturday morning. He was 63. He was in "Do the Right Thing", and in Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" movies.
New Orleans musician Buckwheat Zydeco died Saturday at the age of 68 of lung cancer.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The First Presidential Debate" at 9:00 p.m. on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox.
"Monday Night Football" at 8:15 p.m. on ESPN. The New Orleans Saints host the Atlanta Falcons.
"The Voice" at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. Part 3 of the Blind Auditions.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are parents. They named their new daughter Dusty Rose Levine.
Sources say Brad Pitt is being investigated for getting drunk and being verbally abusive to his kids on a private jet last week . . . and possibly physically abusive. It happened the day before Angelina Jolie separated from him.
The Dalai Lama was asked about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce. It's not clear if he knew who they were, but he said it's sad, and he's worried about the children.
"Forbes" released their annual list of 'The Highest-Paid Male TV Actors,' and the top four spots went to the guys from "The Big Bang Theory". Jim Parsons is #1. He made an estimated $25.5 million over the past year.
Mel Brooks pretended to pants President Obama while receiving a National Medal of Arts.
Hillary Clinton did a "Between Two Ferns" interview with Zach Galifianakis, and it's as irreverent and awkward as usual. She was actually the butt of several jokes, but they took jabs at Trump as well.
ABC is developing a spin-off of "Magnum P.I." about Magnum's daughter, Lily. The premise is that she's moving back to Hawaii to take over for her dad. There's no word on any casting, or if Tom Selleck will be involved.
Margot Robbie will host the October 1st season premiere of "Saturday Night Live", with musical guest The Weeknd.
Lebron James is producing a comedy for NBC called "There Goes the Neighborhood".
Scarlett Johansson covers the New Order classic "Bizarre Love Triangle" for a charity album raising money for AIDS research. The album is all '80s covers, and it comes out October 7th.
FX is doing a marathon of all 600 "Simpsons" episodes. It starts on Thanksgiving, and it'll take 13 days to get through them all.
L.A. Clippers star Blake Griffin and his longtime girlfriend welcomed their second child.
Lisa Maria D’Amato from "America's Next Top Model" gave birth to her second child and streamed it live on Facebook.
The cause of death for Mia Farrow’s 27-year-old adopted son was suicide.
Remember Chris Brown’s stand-off with police after he allegedly pulled a gun on a woman at his house? Well, the LAPD and the Department of Children and Family Services showed up at his house to interview him about it yesterday and he wouldn't let them in. Sources say Chris' 2-year-old daughter Royalty was at the house, and they wanted to check on her well-being, too. Royalty's mother reportedly filed a complaint against him after the gun incident.
One of the Chainsmokers fell off the stage during a performance in San Diego, CA but he’s okay.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
Friday at 8:00 p.m. on CBS: The series premiere of "MacGyver"
Friday at 9:00 p.m. on Fox: The series premiere of "The Exorcist"
Sunday at 8:20 p.m. on NBC: The Dallas Cowboys host the Chicago Bears on "Sunday Night Football"
Angelina Jolie is asking for full custody of the kids, but a source says Brad Pitt is going to fight for joint custody. Plus, the moving truck has already been spotted at Brad and Angelina's Hollywood home.
Marion Cotillard (the woman rumored to be fooling around with Brad Pitt) would like everyone to know that she's very happy with her boyfriend, their son, and the baby they are currently expecting. She also said nothing ever happened between her and Brad.
"In Touch Weekly" says Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux split up. But her rep says it's not true.
Madame Tussauds in London separated their Brad and Angelina wax figures since hearing of their divorce. They put Robert Pattinson in between them.
The Weeknd has announced that his next album will be called "Starboy" . . . and the cover art is him with his signature hair cut off. According to iTunes, there will be 18 tracks, and it's set to come out on November 25th.
Season 2 of "Fuller House" hits Netflix on December 9th.
Michael Strahan is upset that he was painted as the bad guy when he decided to leave "Live! With Kelly and Michael". He said he tried to do right by Kelly Ripa, but implied that they're no longer friends.
Despite rumors, Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes did not get hitched in a top secret wedding months ago.
Johnny Depp is selling his five condos in L.A. for $13 million.
A "ton of famous people" encourage you to vote in a PSA that's going viral. The celebrities include Robert Downey Jr., Neil Patrick Harris, and Mark Ruffalo, who, if we all vote, will "do a nude scene in his next movie." That part was a joke!
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are putting $3 billion into an initiative to wipe out disease by the end of the century. Mark says, "We have the opportunity to leave the world a much better place than when we found it."
Bill Murray and his brother are starting a line of golf clothing.
Megan Fox is now the co-owner and brand ambassador for Frederick's of Hollywood lingerie.
Nicole Franzel won "Big Brother 18".
AC/DC wrapped up its North American tour in Philadelphia Tuesday night.
Disney pulled its "Moana" Halloween costume due to concerns about racism.
Uma Thurman is joining the cast of the Bravo series "My So Called Wife".
Shawty Lo died in a car crash late Tuesday night. He was 40. There were two female passengers with him, but they should be okay. Shawty was most famous for being in the group D4L that put out the single "Laffy Taffy".
ON TV TONIGHT
"Thursday Night Football" at 8:25 p.m. on CBS. The New England Patriots host the Houston Texans.
The 13th season premiere of "Grey's Anatomy" at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.
Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt on Monday. Her lawyer said she did it "for the health of the family." Brad issued a statement saying he was "saddened", but, quote, "what matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids."
Adele dedicated her show at Madison Square Garden last night to the former couple.
Jake T. Austin was the first person voted off this season of "Dancing with the Stars".
Lady Gaga released her "Perfect Illusion" video.
Megyn Kelly from Fox News is producing a comedy called "Embeds", about a political campaign and the journalists covering it. But it won't be on TV. It's for Verizon's Go90 streaming platform.
Charlie Sheen will star in a movie called "Mad Families". It's a comedy about three families who camp together. It won't be in theaters . . . it's being developed for the Crackle streaming service.
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison says he watches the show with his 12-year-old daughter to have conversations about men and dating. And his 15-year-old son is getting interested, because the girls he likes are into it.
Kathy Bates got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Elton John is going to stop releasing albums, because, quote, "people have enough Elton John records in their collection."
Check out some pictures of The Rock, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black on the set of the new "Jumanji" movie.
Jaden Smith bought his mom Jada Pinkett a set of grillz for her 45th birthday.
Mike Tyson doesn't regret getting his ridiculous face tattoo 13 years ago . . . because he says a lot of "good stuff" has come from it. Quote, "Other young athletes say, it's because of you they call it the 'Mike Tyson.'"
Jared Leto will star in a movie about Andy Warhol.
Director Curtis Hanson died yesterday at the age of 71. His movies included "L.A. Confidential", "The Hand that Rocks the Cradle", "8 Mile", and "The River Wild".
ON TV TONIGHT
The third season premiere of "Empire" at 9:00 p.m. on Fox.
The 18th season finale of "Big Brother" at 9:30 p.m. on CBS.