Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly spent a whopping $500,000 to hire a body double for their daughter North. The Mirror reports that the couple hired the double to shield their 13-month old baby from paparazzi and that they held auctions at a specialist agency in Los Angeles to find a child who is the spitting image of North. "They also hired a body-double nanny, who they hope will really throw paps off the scent,” the source adds. North isn’t the first celebrity kid to have a double -- last year, it was revealed that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ daughter Suri has a decoy.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo got hitched Saturday at Flora Farms in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The couple exchanged their vows in front of nearly 300 guests, including celebrities like Jonah Hill, Robert Downey Jr., Jason Segal, and Victoria's Secret models Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel. ET News reports that Hill officiated the wedding and that Stevie Nicks performed "Leather and Lace" with Levine. Rather than wedding gifts, the couple asked that their guests make a donation to the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. Following the ceremony, the newlyweds took off for their honeymoon in South Africa.
Weird Al Yankovic takes aim at all the name-droppers and boasters in the new video for “Lame Claim to Fame,” off his newest album Mandatory Fun. Inspired sonically by Southern Culture on the Skids’ “Camel Walk,” the stop-motion video features a trucker hat-wearing character bragging about his run-ins with the likes of Jonah Hill, Steve Buscemi and Kevin Bacon. "My best friend's brother was an extra in Wayne's World 2," Yankovic sings. "I got me an email from the prince of Nigeria… well, he sure sounded legit." Released Sunday, the clip is the seventh of eight videos being premiered by Yankovic as part of Weird Al Week 2014.
Lady Antebellum will release their fifth studio album 747 on September 30. "We unanimously knew that our album title had to be 747," Lady A's Hillary Scott told Rolling Stone Country. "The track itself has this pushing, driving spirit about it that sums up our attitude right now.” She went on to say that the band really pushed themselves as songwriters on this album and went out of their comfort zone. “There's an urgency and an energy to it that we've never released before,” she added. Co-produced by the trio with Nathan Chapman, The album features first single “Bartender” and includes six songs co-written by the group.
The Backstreet Boys have decided to cancel their upcoming concerts in Tel Aviv due to the ongoing violence in the Israeli city. TMZ reports that the band has cancelled the shows that were supposed to take place July 29-31, but that they're optimistically trying to re-book for next year. "This is a major disappointment for the band and fans as this was to be our first visit to Israel and we looked forward to meeting our fans,” the band said in a statement. The Backstreet Boys cancellation follows in the footsteps of Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Paul Anka, who also cancelled their concerts in the wake of the escalating conflict in the Middle East.
- "Long Stretch of Love
- "Lie With Me"
- "Down South"
- "One Great Mystery"
- "Sounded Good at the Time"
- "She Is"
- "Damn You Seventeen"
- "Just a Girl"
This week, Australian pop punk act 5 Seconds of Summer premieres their self-titled full-length debut, featuring hits “She Looks So Perfect,” “Don’t Stop” and “Amnesia.” Meanwhile, pop singer Jesse McCartney makes his big return with In Technicolor, the singer's fourth studio album and his first full-length release since 2008’s Departure. And English rock act Yes drops their 21st studio album Heaven & Earth, the group’s first release with singer Jon Davison. Rapper Common also releases Nobody Smiling, his 10th studio album and the follow-up to 2011’s The Dreamer/ The Believer.
PRIME TIME TV
American Ninja Warrior on NBC (Competitors face the finals course in St. Louis)
Hotel Hell on Fox (Ramsay visits Las Cruces, N.M., luxury hotel Meson De Mesilla, where the owner seems more interested in her singing career, than managing the business)
The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All on ABC (Bachelors return to confront Andi and each other, and to share their side of the story; Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum reveal good news)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Battleground PPV results. Who survived the Fatal 4-Way as WWE Champion?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Jeff Daniels, a performance of the song "MacArthur Park"
Jimmy Fallon: Kate Hudson, Ellar Coltrane, Nico & Vinz
Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper
Craig Ferguson: Octavia Spencer, Brad Goreski
Seth Meyers: Zach Braff, Jack Antonoff, Bleachers
Daily Show: Sue Turton
Colbert Report: Rep. Nancy Pelosi
Conan O'Brien: Carl Reiner, Angela Kinsey, Reggie Watts
Watch What Happens Live: Lizzie Rovsek, John Benjamin Hickey
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