Beyoncé tops this year's Forbes Celebrity 100 list . . . a ranking of the 100 most powerful celebrities. Lebron James is second, Dr. Dre finished third and Beyoncé's husband Jay Z only made it to sixth.
During a show in Cleveland Saturday night, Bruno Mars serenaded a girl who's recovering from a horrific car crash that killed several members of her family.
A celebrity gossip website followed Shia Labeouf yesterday from his house to a private rehab facility. They said, quote, "Shia was nervous; he didn't look good all morning. He was looking down and wasn't even talking to his driver. It looked like he didn't want to do it, but he knew he had to."
Robert Downey Jr. 20-year-old son Indio was arrested for drugs on Sunday. Cops pulled him over in L.A., and found cocaine in his car. His father released a statement yesterday saying that, quote, "there's a genetic component to addiction, and Indio has likely inherited it," adding that his family is standing by him.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner released a novel, kind of like the George Orwell classic, "1984". So a website isolated some quotes from both books to see if we could guess who wrote them. It's not as easy as you'd think.
"People" magazine has named Joe Manganiello from "True Blood" the hottest bachelor in Hollywood. He's followed by Jared Leto, Sam Smith, Ian Somerhalder, and Usher.
Yesterday, Yahoo announced they're picking up the show "Community" for a sixth season and the entire cast will be back. It got cancelled by NBC last month after three years of almost being cancelled. Season six is expected to premiere on Yahoo's online streaming site Yahoo Screen this fall.
A woman created an Instagram account called My Life With Bradley Cooper . . . Where she just hangs out with a cardboard cutout of Bradley Cooper.
A guy attending Wisconsin's Country Fest scorched his foot on a barbecue grill, got struck by lightning and had a seizure . . . but returned from the hospital in time to meet Randy Houser and see Carrie Underwood perform.
Mike Myers will be on a postage stamp in his native Canada this summer.
Former NFL tight end Ben Utecht had to retire in 2009 because of multiple concussions. And at 33, he's already suffering memory loss. So he wrote and recorded a song for his daughters.
ON TV TONIGHT
"World Cup Soccer" . . . 4:00 P.M. Eastern on ESPN. The U.S. vs. Belgium.
"America's Got Talent" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC.
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