The nominees for the MTV Movie Awards were announced yesterday, and "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "American Hustle" lead the pack with EIGHT nominations each. The show airs live April 13th.
Miley Cyrus was apparently not happy with Katy Perry’s joke about breaking off their kiss because Miley's tongue is nasty. Because Miley Tweeted, quote, "Girl if you're worried about where tongues have been good thing ur ex boo is ur EX BOO cause we ALL know where THAT [tongue's] been." That's obviously a reference to Katy's ex John Mayer.
The video of Justin Bieber providing a urine sample in jail has finally surfaced, and it's a waste of two minutes of your time. You just see Justin peeing behind a privacy wall . . . and if there's a chance of anything private being seen over it, it's censored by a giant black box.
A woman loved a dress that Oprah wore on a magazine cover so much that she went on Twitter and asked Oprah for it. Oprah replied, quote, "I won't wear [it] ever again contact my assistant and show her this tweet." Within a week, the woman had the dress.
TMZ claims NBC is trying to use Jimmy Fallon’s ratings as leverage to keep celebrities who want to be on "The Tonight Show" from doing shows on other networks . . . including the various morning programs.
Two months after announcing she had entered rehab to seek treatment for eating disorders, Ke$ha has left the facility and says she is feeling "blessed" as she looks forward to her future. "Happy to be back! Feeling healthy & working on tons of new music," she wrote. "I can't thank my fans enough for all the love & support u have given me."
Baseball legend Willie Mays appears in a video for the Puerto Rican group Calle 13, where rapper RENÉ Perez Joglar destroys his own Maserati. And he did it to make a point. Rene says, quote, "I realized that the car stood for everything that is wrong with society . . . material goods aren't what makes life worthwhile."
Taylor Swift song "Ronan" was inspired by a blog post written by the mother of a four-year-old cancer patient, and it has brought in $100,000 for pediatric cancer research.
The "300" sequel "300: Rise of an Empire" hits theaters this weekend. It's up against the animated time-traveling flick "Mr. Peabody & Sherman". There's also a new Wes Anderson comedy called "The Grand Budapest Hotel" in limited release.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
“Lindsay" [Series Premiere] . . . Sunday from 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on OWN.
“Lindsay,” OWN’s new docu-series about the troubled life of Lindsay Lohan, doesn’t seem to be shying away from the tabloid filler that has consumed the former child star in recent years. The series covers everything from Lohan’s bizarre relationship with her father, her struggles to stay sober and how the paparazzi’s constant presence can make her feel like a prisoner. As Oprah Winfrey herself says in the teaser, “this is exactly what everybody said was going to happen and I believed differently.” See how it all turns out when “Lindsay” premiere at 10 p.m. Sunday.
The hits keep on coming for the newly-injured Tiger Woods. After walking off the course on Sunday at the Honda Classic with back spasms, Woods is undecided about defending his title this week at the Cadillac Championship at Doral. What's not undecided, however, is that no matter whether Woods plays or not, he could lose his position as the world's No. 1 player. Who could take it over? That would be world No. 2 and defending Masters Champion, Adam Scott.
"People" magazine says Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting married on May 24th. As we've already heard, it's going down in Paris, and it'll be a small ceremony. At least compared to Kim's last wedding.
Someone stole more than $200,000 worth of jewelry and other valuables from the home that Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom used to share. Someone also recently stole $50,000 in cash from Kourtney Kardashian house. Police reportedly believe the incidents are related, and there's even talk that Lamar's drug dealers did it because he owed them money.
In his first interview since the birth of his son, Simon Cowell said, quote, "I was born to be a dad." He added, quote, "I wouldn't rule out [more children]! . . . I kind of think it's cool to have two . . . or three."
HBO has hired 10 hip-hop artists . . . including Commonand Big Boi . . . to make an "authentic" "Game of Thrones" mixtape in an attempt to draw in more "multicultural" viewers. It's called "Catch the Throne". It'll be on SoundCloud tomorrow, but you can listen to Big Boi's track today.
Jamie Casino . . . the Georgia personal injury lawyer whose local Super Bowl commercial became a viral sensation . . . is getting his own reality show. It'll be called "Casino's Law". There's no word yet what it'll be about or what network it'll air on.
Some high school students were sent home from school for dressing up like KISS for something called "Senior Character Day". School officials said the make-up was a security risk . . . but one of the kids' parents was so upset she complained to Gene Simmons on Twitter about it.
ON TV TONIGHT:
"Saint George" [Series Premiere] . . . from 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on FX.
"American Idol" [Results Show] . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on Fox.
After he called Idina Menzel 'Adele Dazeem' at the Oscars, John Travolta said, quote, "I've been beating myself up all day. Then I thought, 'What would Idina Menzel say'? She'd say, 'Let it go, let it go!' He didn't say anything about what led to the mistake though.
You might think that the Oscars were the end of awards season, but Conan O'Brien begs to differ. That's because MTV has just announced that he will be hosting the 2014 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, April 13. "After eight years of intense negations, I am honored to announce I am hosting MTV's second most prestigious awards show," O'Brien said.
On an Australian TV show, Katy Perry admitted that she broke off the kiss with MILEY CYRUS during Miley's Bangerz Tour last month. She said, quote, "God knows where that tongue has been. We don't know. That tongue is so infamous!" She also dodged a question about whether she has a boyfriend.
The outside view of the "Jenner House" from KUWTK isn't the house the family actually lives in -- we're told Kris and co. didn't want to show the outside of their real house (located 20 miles away) for security reasons. The Kardashians might have to pretend they live in a different L.A. mansion -- very soon -- TMZ has learned, the one they currently use for exterior shots on their reality show is for sale ... listed at $6.25 million ... and whoever buys it has the right to pull the plug on the show.
Even though she went to rehab earlier this year, a source says Selena Gomez was drunk and stumbling around at an Oscar after-party. When Selena went to rehab, her rep said it was NOT for substance abuse. She checked out two weeks into a six-week program.
A Florida judge has ruled that video of Justin Bieber taking a Urine Test after his DUI arrest WILL be released. But Justin's equipment will be censored. There's no word when we'll see the clip. But police already did release pictures of Justin baring his tattoos so they could snap photos of them.
The sixth season of "The Voice" premiered with 15.9 million viewers . . . the latest "Survivor" season had 9.4 million . . . and the second season of "Hannibal" had 3.3 million. But of course it was The Oscars that won the week with its 43.7 million viewer audience.
ABC has officially announced the pairings for the new season of "Dancing of the Stars". As for the "stars," they're the same as the latest rumored list . . . with one exception: Instead of Bruce Jenner, the cast will include AMY PURDY, a double-leg amputee who was on "The Amazing Race" back in 2012.
In her new book, Jennie Garth says she and Shannen Doherty never came to blows on the set of "90210", but they almost did one time. Luke Perry and Jason Priestley had to separate them. Today, Jennie and Shannen are close friends.
ON TV TONIGHT:
"American Idol" [Performance Show] . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on Fox.
Sunday's Oscars attracted an estimated 43 million viewers . . . making it the most-watched Academy Award ceremony since 2004, when 43.5 million tuned in. The post-Oscars episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" scored just under 7 million viewers, which was Kimmel's best post-Oscar turnout yet.
John Travolta’s botching of Idina Menzel’s name at the Oscars has become a social media phenomenon. Multiple Twitter accounts for various spellings of "Adele Dazeem" have been set up . . . as well as name generators so you can "Travoltify" your name.
People are already pegging Matthew McConaughey as a possible two-time Oscar winner by this time next year. In November, he'll be in theaters in "Interstellar", the new movie from "Batman" and "Inception" director Christopher Nolan. It's about wormholes and space travel.
Arby’s has won the bid for Pharrell’s famous hat. The fast food restaurant announced Sunday it paid $44,100 for the Vivienne Westwood hat, made famous when Pharrell wore it at the Grammy Awards in January. The Arby’s logo uses a design similar to the brown fedora, which became a trending topic on Twitter after Pharrell sported it.
Several sources are saying that Scarlett Johansson is pregnant, and TMZ claims she's five months along. The father is French journalist Romain Dauriac. They got engaged last September. Scarlett is 29.
The next "Dancing With the Stars" cast may have been leaked last night. Supposed contestants include Billy Dee Williams, Drew Carey, Bruce Jenner and gold medal-winning ice dancers Charlie White and Meryl Davis.
Taylor Swift took out a restraining order against a stalker who believes they're married. He also claims to carry a gun and threatened to kill anyone who comes between them, including Secretary of State John Kerry.
50 Cent posted two pictures on Instagram in which Diddy looked like he was being Romantic with two other guys: Rick Ross and a former record exec named Steve Stoute. Turns out 50 has had problems with all three men. But he later took the photos down.
Pink and Gwen Stefani may be feuding over a playdate. Supposedly, there's some bad blood between them, and Pink tried to bury the hatchet by suggesting they get their kids together. But a source says, quote, "She got an email a couple of days later from Gwen that basically said, 'not now and not ever.'"
The alleged adult film involving Jack and Bobby Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe won't be going public after all. It was supposedly going to be auctioned off to settle a debt owed by its owner. But the word now is that the owner was able to pay that debt, so he's getting the movie back.
ON TV TONIGHT
"The Voice" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on NBC.
"Glee" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on Fox.
"12 Years a Slave" won Best Picture at the Oscars last night, and star LUPITA NYONG'O won Best Supporting Actress. ALFONSO CUARON won Best Director for "Gravity". MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY won Best Actor and JARED LETO won Best Supporting Actor for "Dallas Buyers Club". And CATE BLANCHETT won Best Actress for "Blue Jasmine".
At last night's Oscars, Ellen Degeneres took a selfie that quickly became the most re-Tweeted post on Twitter, and she also served the audience pizza. Meanwhile, Bill Murray gave a shout-out to Harold Ramis, and Jared Leto paid tribute to his mom.
This year's Razzies were handed out on Saturday . . . and somewhat surprisingly, Adam Sandler and "Grown Ups 2" were shut out. Instead, the big winners were "Movie 43", along with Will and his son Jaden Smith for "After Earth".
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s autopsy report is out, and as expected, he died of an accidental drug overdose. In addition to heroin, he had cocaine in his system . . . along with anti-anxiety medication and an upper like Adderall.
George Lopez got hammered at a Canadian casino last Thursday, and was arrested for public intoxication after passing out on the floor. No charges were filed against him. George later joked, quote, "I just did in Windsor, what Justin Bieber does in America."
The Liam Neeson airplane thriller "Non-Stop" was #1 at the box office this weekend with $30 million . . . while the New Testament movie "Son of God" made $26.5 million in 2nd place. And Disney's "Frozen" just passed the $1 billion mark in worldwide ticket sales. It's now the second-highest grossing animated movie EVER, behind "Toy Story 3".
A film that supposedly shows a three-way between John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe is hitting the auction block tomorrow. The film was seized from the guy because of a $200,000 court judgment against him.
Robin Thicke taking his case to the people. He told his audience in Fairfax, Virginia the other night, quote, "For y'all that don't know, me and my wife separated . . . but I'm trying to get my girl back . . . She's a good woman." Then he sang "Lost Without U" for her.
Kacey Musgraves doesn't understand why female country artists aren't getting the same exposure as the men. She says, quote, "I hope the stigma will disappear. It's absolutely dumb. There are a lot of females out there making good music and it's such a fight for them to get heard. It shouldn't be so hard to cut through."
On TV TONIGHT
"The Voice" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC.
"The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on ABC.
The latest odds from Las Vegas have "12 Years a Slave" easily winning Best Picture at the Oscars this Sunday. Matthew McConaughey is expected to win Best Actor . . . Cate Blanchett is favored for Best Actress . . . and Alfonso Cuaron is the odds-on choice to win Best Director for "Gravity".
Look who's engaged -- Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis! Us Weekly and E! reported the happy news about the hot celebrity couple on Thursday night. Both sites confirmed the engagement after noting the huge diamond ring Kunis wore while shopping in Los Angeles earlier in the day. Kutcher, 36, and Kunis, 30, have been dating for two years. Before that, they were castmates on the popular Fox sitcom That '70s Show, which aired from 1998 to 2006. It's the first marriage for Kunis and the second for Kutcher, who finalized his divorce from Demi Moore in November.
Jamie Lee Curtis and another woman called 911 after a female friend suffered a possible overdose in the backseat of Jamie's car. The woman reportedly had a violent reaction to a mixture of medication and alcohol. She was treated at a hospital and released after a few hours.
The paparazzi asked Robin Thicke if he and Paula Patton are going to work things out, and he said he's, quote, "just trying to get her back, man." The cameraman asked Robin if his "VMA" performance with Miley Cyrus caused the split. At first he didn't answer, but when asked again, he said no.
Katy Perry hasn't commented on her rumored split from John Mayer. . . but she has announced that she helped deliver her sister's baby. She Tweeted, quote, "Finally you can add 'helps delivers babies in living rooms' to my resume! It's been a miracle of a day . . . Auntie Katy."
Jada Pinkett saw a recent picture of herself in which she could tell she'd gained 8 to 10 pounds, and she LIKED IT. She said, quote, "I like being a lil . . . fuller. Let's just hope it will fit in The Oscars dress. Here's to loving our bodies by our own standards."
Buzzfeed.com has ranked all 85 Best Picture Oscar winners from best to worst. "All About Eve" from 1950 was their top pick, while "Gigi" from 1958 ranked last.
A company called "Bitelabs" claims that they're going to create meat, which will be "grown" using tissue samples from celebrities. (???) Clearly, this sounds like a joke . . . but the company insists that they're serious. If it IS somehow legit, there's no indication that any celebrities are onboard yet.
A new report shows the most-streamed musical act in each state over the past year. Jay Z is #1 in 20 states . . . and all of them are in the Eastern half of the U.S. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis is next, carrying 11 states . . . followed by Drake with eight.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
"The 86th Academy Awards" . . . Sunday LIVE from 8:30 to 11:30 P.M.