Kate Middleton and Prince William released a new family photograph with their son Prince George over the weekend and it couldn’t be any cuter. The first official picture of the family since Prince George’s christening in October 2013, the new snapshot features the Duke, 31, and the Duchess, 32, perched near the windowsill at their home, with their 8-month-old son, who looks playfully at the family’s dog, Lupo. In the casual shot, taken by photographer Jason Bell, the little prince is wearing a light blue sweater with his name embroidered on the front. How sweet…
Kesha stepped into the spotlight Saturday night, the first time since completing a rehab program for eating disorders that she began back in January. The 27-year-old singer attended the Humane Society of the United State's 60th anniversary benefit gala in Beverly Hills, and posed for photos in a sheer black floor-length gown and her signature multi-colored hair, chopped into a wavy bob. "She was clearly enjoying being back on the red carpet," says an onlooker. "She looked great... very healthy."
Chelsea Handler and her nugget sidekick Chuy are preparing to take their final bow. According to Handler's manager Irving Azoff, this year will be the last for Handler's E! show Chelsea Lately. Azoff tells The Hollywood Reporter that after Handler's contract is up at the end of this year, she will end the show that's been on the air for eight years. "Chelsea intends to leave when her contract expires," Azoff said. "She hired me to figure out her life after E! We have at least seven suitors and many ideas."
Fans of the Harry Potter series have a reason to celebrate! It’s been announced that author J.K. Rowling is not only writing the screenplay for a film adaptation of her wizarding textbook, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, but she and Warner Brothers are turning the spin-off into a trilogy. The New York Times reports that Rowling has agreed to writing three films, which will be set seven decades before the start of Potter's story. The films, which currently don't have any release dates or casting details, will follow magizoologist Newt Scamander, an important figure from the wizarding world.
NEW MUSIC Pop singer Christina Perri will release her sophomore album, Head or Heart. Country singer Hank Williams III is set to release Ramblin’ Man, his second post-contract release with Curb Records. The album will include eight tracks of outtakes and unreleased material, as well as cover songs Hank3 contributed to tribute albums and other projects during his Curb years. Also out this week is the Kaiser Chiefs fifth studio album, Education, Education, Education & War. And American rock act, The Used, will release Imaginary Friends, the follow-up to the band’s 2013 EP, The Ocean Of The Sky.
PRIME TIME TV
Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Guest judge Robin Roberts; each contestant dances to a song that encompasses an important time in his or her life)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (FINALE ... Ted's kids hear the end of the story of how he met their mother)
The Voice on ABC (The contestants compete against one another; Chris Martin mentors the singers)
The Following on Fox (Ryan and Mike suspect a new cult leader may be on the rise after another deadly massacre; Joe confirms his new plans for the Korban cult)
Worst Cooks in America on Food Network
Bizarre Foods America on Travel Channel (Box crab and bull kelp; blood sausage made with pig heads; a tuna cannery)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Countdown to WrestleMania. Main event: WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton vs. Batista)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Cobie Smulders, Nick Cannon, Manchester Orchestra
Jimmy Fallon: Chris Evans, Ricky Jay
Jimmy Kimmel: Mindy Kaling, Jim Jefferies
Craig Ferguson: Carl Reiner, Connie Schultz, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, guest host Drew Carey
Seth Meyers: Kevin Bacon, Kevin Millar, Sean Casey, Katherine Schwarzenegger
Daily Show: Peter Dinklage
Colbert Report: Biz Stone
Chelsea Lately: Bradley Trevor Greive, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Ross Mathews
Conan O'Brien: A week of shows from Dallas begins with Adam Sandler, Tig Notaro
Want to see a dozen women get royally screwed? Tune into FOX's new reality dating show I Wanna Marry "Harry," in which 12 women think they're competing for the affections of Prince William's younger brother, The show manages to dupe the women into believing that Prince Harry lookalike Matthew Hicks is the actual prince.The faux dating show is similar to the network's notorious 2003 show Joe Millionaire, in which 21 unsuspecting women tried to win the heart a "millionaire" who turned out to be a regular Joe. I Wanna Marry "Harry" premieres on Tuesday, May 27.
Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian will be filming the latest spinoff of Keeping Up With the Kardashians in the Hamptons this summer. The duo's new show will appropriately be called Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons, in the tune of previous spinoffs where two Kardashian sisters "take" a city, like Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, Kourtney & Kim Take New York, and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami. (Sigh... it never ends.) During their stay in the luxurious coastal summer vacation spot, Kourtney and Khloe will open Dash's first pop-up boutique. Riveting stuff.
For the seventh week in a row, the soundtrack to Disney’s Frozen remains in the #1 spot on Billboard’s Top 200. The movie, which had its biggest sales week Mach 16 to March 23, moved 202,000 soundtrack units in addition to an absurdly large DVD and Blu-ray roll-out that began on March 18th. The #2 album was rapper YG’s My Krazy Life, which sold 61,000 copies during the same period.
After aggressively touring in support of their 2011 comeback release, The Sea of Memories, U.K. grunge outfit Bush announced that it is putting the finishing touches on its forthcoming sixth album. Led by singer Gavin Rossdale, AKA Mr. Gwen Stefani, the band recorded the new album at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 in Northridge, California. While there is no set release date or album title, the band did premiere a handful of new songs on their most recent tour, including “This House Is on Fire” and “Loneliness Is a Killer.”
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Cristina thinks about her future; a patient decides whether to live or not)
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS (Dayton vs. Stanford and UCLA vs. Florida)
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on TBS (Baylor vs. Wisconsin and San Diego State vs. Arizona)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The contestants learn about teamwork during a challenge involving pigs and potatoes; while the winning team enjoys a day on a yacht, the losers bathe their new livestock friends; a disorganized dinner service leaves chef Ramsay disappointed)
American Idol on Fox (Contestants face elimination; Janelle Monáe performs)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Enzo and Caroline go on a trip and find another doppleganger; Elena and Damon learn about Jeremy's bad behavior at school; Bonnie has an encounter with Luke that leaves her unsettled)
Inside the Actors Studio on Bravo (The cast of ``How I Met Your Mother'' discusses the series)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie uses Jordan to improve his online date rating)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers are paired with clients who have specific fashion needs; one designer gets an unexpected twist midway through the challenge)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Gunner vs. James Storm in an unlocked match; Angelina Love against Knockouts Champion Madison Rayne)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Scrambling to complete last year's resolutions; getting the family involved in a proposal)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Sage Kotsenburg, Kate Mara, Cole Swindell (R 2/18/14)
Jimmy Fallon: Russell Crowe, Joan Rivers, the National
Jimmy Kimmel: Jason Bateman, Katie Lowes
Craig Ferguson: Julia Stiles, Dave Itzkoff, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire (R 2/27/14)
Seth Meyers: Jennifer Connelly, James Van Der Beek, Joe Mande
Daily Show: Nate Silver
Colbert Report: Darren Aronofsky
Chelsea Lately: Rick Ross, Chris Franjola, Sarah Tiana, Ian Karmel
Conan O'Brien: The cast of "The Walking Dead", White Denim (R 2/6/14)
Arsenio Hall: Wayne Brady, Aisha Tyler, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Chris Weidman, Lyoto Machida
Hollywood Life is so certain that they have the guest list for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's upcoming wedding that they made a special announcement about it on VH1's The Gossip Table. Apparently, about 200 people will be present for Kimye's "intimate" ceremony in France on March 24. Here are some of the famous names that will reportedly witness Kim walk down the aisle for the third time:
Beyonce & Jay Z
Will Smith's entire family
Kathie Lee Gifford (presumably so that Kris Jenner has someone to drink wine with)
Carmelo Anthony & Lala Vazquez
Jonathan Cheban (Kim's obnoxious BFF)
Sugar Ray Leonard (Khloe Kardashian's godfather)
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are separating. The actress, 41, and the Coldplay frontman, 37, announced on her Goop blog that they have split after more than a decade of marriage."It is with hearts full of sadness that we have decided to separate," she wrote in a post titled, "Conscious Uncoupling." "We have been working hard for well over a year, some of it together, some of it separated, to see what might have been possible between us, and we have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much we will remain separate," she added. The couple has two kids, Apple, 9, and Moses, 7, together.
Beyoncé took to Tumblr on Tuesday to share a photo of her and Jay Z's 2-year-old daughter Blue Ivy. The image shows Blue wearing floral pajamas, a bright orange beanie and matching oversized cat-eye glasses -- while holding up both palms in front of her face as she shut her eyes. Prior to embarking on her current world tour, Beyoncé told Vogue in February 2013 that her daughter accompanies her all around the globe. And the new image isn't the first time Blue's been caught playing peek-a-boo: Last fall, Queen B posted a funny photo of herself and her little one, both of their eyes peeking out from a hammock.
It was announced Monday that the Smashing Pumpkins will release two new albums in 2015, Monuments to an Elegy and Day for Night, after finalizing a new deal with label BMG. "For those interested in sound, think: 'guitars, guitars, guitars, and more guitars,'" wrote frontman Billy Corgan in an announcement posted on the band’s website, The Panopticon. Corgan, who hopes to have a new single out by the end of the year, added the vibe of the new albums will be more on the epic side of things than grossly metallic. Fans interested in following the progress of the new music can do so on the band’s website.
PRIME TIME TV
Modern Family on ABC (Jay is determined to get the adults' hotel suite upgraded; Claire tries to win back some money; Phil auditions to be a magician)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna's girls meet Luke's son Colt; Juliette becomes more and more jealous; Gunnar refuses to support Will and Layla's plan; Maddie is forbidden to go to Deacon's concert)
Survivor on CBS (A castaway questions a future in the game after a shocking blindside; one tribe revels in comfort after it raids another camp's supplies)
Prince Harry's South Pole Heroes on NBC (Alexander Skarsgard and Dominic West join Prince Harry and a group of wounded veterans on an expedition to the South Pole)
American Idol on Fox (The finalists perform)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (The Robertsons plan a family reunion to give Mia a grand send-off before her surgery)
My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (Learn more about 700-lb Chuck as he undergoes surgery to control his weight; new details and facts)
Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (After Victoria's husband, Emmet, escapes from prison, Victoria and the other women go to a hideout that Elka knows. When they arrive, they discover the hideout is not-so-secret and already occupied by other criminals)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Peter Dinklage, Hari Kondabolu, Sage the Gemini
Jimmy Fallon: Bill Cosby, Joby Ogwyn, Nathan West
Jimmy Kimmel: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Pena
Craig Ferguson: Scarlett Johansson, Maz Jobrani
Seth Meyers: Tim Olyphant, Cristin Milioti, Bleachers
Carson Daly: Gareth Evans, Arthur Beatrice, "Finding Vivian Maier"
Daily Show: Jude Law
Colbert Report: Errol Morris
Conan O'Brien: Rosario Dawson, Hannibal Buress
Arsenio Hall: Russell Simmons, Monique, Black Ice, DJ Hollywood
Taylor Swift was scheduled to spend an hour meeting pediatric cancer patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York over the weekend. However, she was so taken by them that she decided to stay for nearly five hours. Video of the Taylor’s visit was uploaded by the mother of a patient named Shelby Huff. It shows Taylor goofing off with Shelby, as well as giving the teen tips on learning to play the guitar. "We are still in awe," the family wrote on their Facebook page. "Taylor Swift is a class act all around, she was so sweet, compassionate..."
Lady Gaga enlisted the stars of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to make cameos in her just-released "G.U.Y." video -- but two are noticeably missing: Brandi Glanville and Joyce Giraud. Is the pop superstar not a fan? Apparently, Brandy was too busy promoting her second book, Drinking and Dating, in New York, while Joyce chose to skip participating because she's pissed at the other ladies following the the dramatic RHOBH reunion. Uh-huh. Do they really expect us to believe that two attention-loving reality stars turned down being in a Gaga video by choice?
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and jazz singer Norah Jones surprised us all when they released Foreverly, a track-for-track tribute to the Everly Brothers’ 1958 LP Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, last year. And now, the pair has released a romantic new video for their version of the song “Kentucky.” In the clip, a couple of young lovers hit the surf, go skinny dipping and blast bottles with a BB gun. Set against a beachside sunset, it’s all about that summer love.
Former TV court Judge Joe Brown was arrested and jailed in Memphis, Tennessee on Monday on a contempt of court charge. The 66-year-old, who was in court to represent a client in a child-support case, was sentenced by to five days in jail after a heated argument that took place in the courtroom. TMZ reports that Brown allegedly became verbally abusive, even after being warned to calm down several times. Brown hosted his eponymous reality court TV show, Judge Joe Brown, for 15 years. The syndicated show was canceled just last year.
The Wolf of Wall Street, Delivery Man, Walking with Dinosaurs, Crave, Beneath, The Conspiracy, The Great Beauty, Hairbrained, The Past, California Scheming, The Punk Singer, Angels in Stardust, Odd Thomas, The Truth About Emanuel and Welcome to the Jungle are all out on DVD today.
PRIME TIME TV
NCIS on CBS (When a former NCIS agent's body washes ashore in New Orleans, Gibbs reunites with NCIS Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride (Scott Bakula) to determine if the murder was politically motivated or related to a well-known case)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (Eric witnesses his friend, a computer systems expert, being attacked by people who want information that could redirect a missile; Kensi runs into a familiar face in Afghanistan)
The Voice on NBC (Advisers Aloe Blacc, The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert and Jill Scott offer their help to the singers, as the battle rounds continue)
Glee on Fox (April (Kristin Chenoweth) and Holly (Gwyneth Paltrow) try to save the glee club; Santana and Rachel must make amends after their fight)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (When Jake's investigation into a philanthropic leader is shut down, he turns to Amy and reluctant Capt. Holt for help; premarital problems leave Charles devastated)
Game of Arms on AMC (Nick Zinna and Mike Selearis compete when Kansas City faces New York)
The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo (Carole and Aviva's fight shocks party guests; Ramona helps Avery get ready for the prom; Kristen is pressured to partake in a brutal mud run)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Payton struggles to perform a challenging number; Maddie and Mackenzie compete against each other; Christi considers home school for Chloe)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Kailyn and Javi celebrate their wedding; Chelsea graduates from esthetician school; Jenelle accepts a plea; Jeremy turns down a local job)
Cougar Town on TBS (Jules convinces Chick to look at houses nearby; Grayson accidentally suggests Chick move in; Travis' college graduation; Jules' most-important-friend list)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Emma Watson, Nick Offerman, a musical tribute to Johnny Cash
Jimmy Fallon: Jude Law, Shakira
Jimmy Kimmel: Nicole Kidman, Alyson Hannigan
Craig Ferguson: Howie Mandel, Ginger Gonzaga, the Belle Brigade
Seth Meyers: Kim Kardashian, Taran Killam, Arianna Huffington
Daily Show: Amy Yates Wuelfing, Gibby Haynes
Colbert Report: Jimmy Carter
Chelsea Lately: Jayma Mays, John Caparulo, Sarah Colonna, Ron G
Conan O'Brien: Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Rachael Harris, Lucius
Arsenio Hall: Dule Hill, Danny Brown, Miki Sudo, DJ Spider
More celebrity conquests from Lindsay Lohan's alleged "sex list" have been revealed, including Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Phillipe, Orlando Bloom, and Benicio Del Toro. Last week, gossip tabloid In Touch Weekly published a list featuring the names of 36 famous men that the actress had supposedly slept with, but left several of the names blurred out. Apparently, she wrote them down to impress friends during a night out, then tossed the paper aside. Oops. Initial A-list stars who were ratted out included Justin Timberlake, Zac Efron and Adam Levine. There are still six blurred names remaining. Hmmm...
Charlie Sheen has attacked John Mayer on Twitter after learning that the singer filed a lawsuit against Sheen's friend, watch dealer Robert Maron, over some alleged fake Rolexes. The former Two and a Half Men star accused Mayer of knowing some of those timepieces were not real, all the while making a massive profit off the other pieces Maron sold him. "Mr. Mayer needs to park that milk toast girlie drivel he calls muzak & leave the Rolex prowess to the best watch expert alive," Sheen tweeted. In the past, Mayer's ex-girlfriends Jessica Simpson and Jennier Aniston were spotted with Rolexes on their wrists while dating the musician.
NEW AT THE MOVIES
--The sci-fi action film Divergent stars Shailene Woodley as Tris, a young woman who learns she's Divergent and, therefore, doesn't fit into future Chicago. Set in a world divided into sects (or "factions") based on personality traits, the book-turned-movie follows Tris and the mysterious Four as they discover a plot to destroy Divergents and set out to uncover the truth. Directed by Neil Burger, the movie also stars Kate Winslet, Theo James, Miles Teller, and Ashley Judd.
--In their latest adventure, the Muppets embark on a grand world tour only to find that they are actually involved in a European jewel-heist after Kermit the Frog's evil look-alike, Constantine, swaps places with the legendary frog. Directed by James Bobin, Muppets Most Wanted stars Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, and Ty Burrell -- and the Muppets, of course.
FRIDAY, MARCH 21
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV
Shark Tank on ABC (Energy bars that include protein from crickets; a garage lock to prevent break-ins; a shower cap that fixes ``bedhead''; digital textbook rentals; an update on Fiber Fix)
Dateline NBC (Investigators look for answers when a popular school superintendent is found dead in his western New York home)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? on The CW (Actress Kat Graham; comic Greg Proops)
CMT Crossroads (Performances by One Republic and Dierks Bentley; documentary is exchanged between performances)
Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty gives her fans career advice, gives Anne some flowers and remembers the old days. Betty starts a new workout routine, works with her protege and answers some fan mail.)
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt's monster Luke Harper)
Saturday March 22, 2014
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV
Garth Brooks: Blame It All On My Roots: Live at the Wynn on GAC (Garth Brooks shares his musical journey and performs)
HBO New Movie of the Week: The Hangover Part III ... Starring: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong. Phil, Stu and Doug take Alan on a road trip to help him through a personal crisis. Meanwhile, Mr. Chow breaks out of prison and prepares to wreak havoc.
Sunday March 23, 2014
The Amazing Race on CBS (Teams face struggles as they go fishing for their next clue in Sri Lanka)
The Simpsons on Fox (Marge and Homer buy a beautiful painting at a yard sale that turns out to be worth a lot of money)
Family Guy on Fox (Chris becomes the heir to Carter's fortune but refuses to accept the money; Peter desperately tries to keep the wealth in the family)
The Walking Dead on AMC (Survivors rely on brutality and faith)
Ron White: Salute to the Troops 2014 on CMT (Ron White heads back to the Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for his fourth Comedy Salute to the Troops)
Total Divas on E! (Brie convinces Daniel Bryan to get a tour bus; Eva Marie is embarrassed when her past is exposed; Nikki loses a tooth)
Oprah Prime on OWN (Kevin Hart discusses acting and social media)
Lindsay on OWN (Lindsay won't let cameras film; her assistant nearly quits)
Oprah is launching her own line of Starbucks tea. She says, ''My daily tea ritual is a vital part of my morning. Savory and spicy chai, with its deep flavor, has long been a favorite of mine. 'Starbucks is not just a coffee company... it's about nurturing the human spirit.'' Proceeds will benefit charity.
John Mayer is suing Charlie Sheen's best friend Robert Maron for selling him fake Rolex watches. He wants $656,000 for the seven counterfeits he bought.
Frozen has already grossed $400 million in U.S. theaters and a cool billion worldwide, but that was merely the beginning! The Oscar winning flick hit the home video market on Tuesday and it has already sold over 3.2 million DVDs and Blu-Rays!!! Wow! Analysts think Frozen could be the biggest flick to hit the home entertainment market in decades.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Bailey asks Richard to join her on the case of a lifetime; Meredith decides to hire a research assistant; Callie shocks Derek; a young pregnant woman (Keke Palmer) needs Shane's help)
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie throws a Galentine's Day in an effort to find a new friend; Tom and Ben try to secure tents for the concert; Ron looks after Andy)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (Teamwork plays an important role during a relay race in which duos must accomplish basic culinary tasks; while challenge winners go to San Francisco, the losing team picks carrots at a farm; both teams disappoint during dinner service)
American Idol on Fox (Contestants face elimination; Jennifer Lopez performs; Royal Teeth performs)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (While Stefan attempts to explain recent events to a very ill Elena, Damon tries to figure out how to make a disturbing confession; Caroline uncovers a frightening secret)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie is in trouble when he finds out that a woman he had a one-night fling with is related to his supervisor)
Saint George on FX (George discovers he's been ignoring his son)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers are placed in pairs across mentor groups; the mentors must work together to advise the teams)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Magnus defends the gold against Samoa Joe. Bobby Lashley against Ethan Carter III)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Alana shares never before seen moments; getting personal in couples therapy; cringeworthy details)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Kaley Cuoco, Dale Earnhardt Jr., the Fray (R 2/24/14)
Jimmy Fallon: Billy Joel, Chelsea Clinton
Jimmy Kimmel: Don Cheadle, Tony Goldwyn, Enrique Iglesias
Craig Ferguson: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lisa Vanderpump (R 2/20/14)
Seth Meyers: Greg Kinnear, Shailene Woodley, Band of Skulls
Carson Daly: Freida Mock, Sirah, Bad Words
Chelsea Lately: Shaun White, April Richardson, Nicole Byer, Brad Wollack
The Miami Beach Police department has released its summery of Justin Bieber's traffic stop on suspicion of drunken driving in January, and it doesn't reflect well on the Biebs. According to the summery, Bieber first blamed his shaky sobriety test on a fractured foot, but then didn't mention the injury again. He was also extremely condescending to the officer, asking him what he was doing when he was 19 years old. When the officer responded that he was not driving around in a Lamborghini, Bieber replied: "Yeah, well, I bet you didn't have millions of dollars in your bank account either." Sadly for Bieber, this did not persuade the officer to let him go.
Many, including Demi Lovato, accused Lady Gaga of glorifying bulimia after she was vomited on during her performance of "Swine" at SXSW last week. Now, performance artist Millie Brown, the woman behind the puking, is defending the twosome's onstage stunt. "I believe in absolute freedom of expression," she tweeted. "Challenging perceptions of art & beauty. If art is your communication it should not be censored." Meanwhile, Lovato countered, "Putting the word ART in it isn't a free card to do whatever you want without consequences." Lady Gaga has remained mum thus far.
One of the buses on Miley Cyrus' Bangerz tour was charred and gutted in a dramatic fire that took place Monday night. No one was harmed in the incident. A video posted to Instagram early Tuesday morning by Cyrus' sister, Noah, shows the bus engulfed in flames and later offers a close-up of its demolished interior. The cause of the fire and location of the bus when the images were taken are as yet unknown. It's also unclear whether Miley was on board the bus when the fire started. She last performed in Houston on Sunday and last night in New Orleans.
Charlie Brown, Snoopy and co. are finally coming to theater near you, and viewers this week got their first look at what the CG-animated Peanuts will look like. The first teaser trailer opens with a 2001: A Space Odyssey gag centered around poor ol' Charlie Brown's hairless melon. A moment of satisfaction is soon interrupted by -- who else? -- Snoopy, who goes bonkers to the tune of Peanuts' famous theme song. It's enough to elicit a classic "Good grief" from Charlie Brown, but the clip fittingly ends in a hug between friends. The Peanuts movie is scheduled to open November 6th, 2015.
PRIME TIME TV
Survivor on CBS (Two new tribes are formed; a decision could lead to an elimination; a battle for immunity proves who has the most brawn)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (The team investigates when a whole family is reported to have been missing for a month)
Chicago PD on NBC (Burgess and Atwater come across a gunshot victim and the only witness is Olinsky's daughter; Ruzek goes to Burgess for help with an undercover mission)
American Idol on Fox (The finalists perform top 10 songs from 2010 to present)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (Sadie spends a day at Duck Commander to learn how a successful company operates; Jase devises a cow blind and puts his invention to the test; Priscilla and Meritt are introduced to mutton busting)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Johnny Drama gets to audition for a film role when Mark brings his real-life entourage to Los Angeles; Alma secretly reads unsolicited scripts that Paul has been routinely discarding)
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on TruTV (Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo vs. Texas Southern and Iowa vs. Tennessee)
My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (Learning more about Penny's journey to control her weight, with new details and facts)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: George Clooney, Sting (R 2/4/14)
Jimmy Fallon: Greg Kinnear, Emilia Clarke, Natasha Leggero
Jimmy Kimmel: Jeremy Piven, Zoe Kravitz, YG
Craig Ferguson: Uma Thurman, DJ Qualls
Seth Meyers: Wendy Williams, Lena Headey, Eugene Mirman
Carson Daly: Bret McKenzie, Jenny O, Michael Malice
Chelsea Lately: Geoff Stults, Moshe Kasher, Whitney Cummings, TJ Miller
Kanye West has pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery against a photographer at LAX last year in a special plea in which he maintains his innocence. West was sentenced to two years of probation, 24 anger management therapy sessions and 250 hours of community service on Monday. The rapper was charged with misdemeanor counts of battery and grand theft after an altercation at LAX with photographer Daniel Ramos in July. Ramos claimed West punched him in an unprovoked attack and wrestled his camera to the ground during the scuffle.
Former Teen Mom-turned-porn star Farrah Abraham has released a video for "Blowin'" -- and, no, it's not about that. "Blowin'" is the follow-up to her 2012 album, My Teenage Dream Ended, which included "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom," which Jezebel dubbed "the most horrible combination of sounds to ever be assembled in the history of audio recording." Of her latest effort, Huffington Post says the new track is "auto-tuned that it borders on chipmunk territory."
If you have a problem with deranged carnies - -or carnies in genera l-- you may want to skip American Horror Story next season. Show writer Douglas Petrie confirms the show will next take place in a carnival. There had been rumors season 4 would be bringing viewers to the darker side of the Tilt-a-Whirl; Petrie says the season doesn't have a title yet but confirms that "very roughly, that's the idea."
Frozen, American Hustle, Saving Mr. Banks, Contracted, Cybergeddon, Swerve, Buck Wild, The Flu, The Happy Sad, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Kill Your Darlings, Here Comes the Devil and Reasonable Doubt are all out on DVD today.
PRIME TIME TV
Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe on ABC (An inside look at Marvel Studios and the Marvel cinematic universe, featuring interviews and behind-the-scenes footage)
NCIS on NBC (The team must identify the target when a bomb goes off in a dressing room at a military charity concert; Jimmy gets ready to be a father)
NCIS: Los Angeles on NBC (When a gang identifies and executes an undercover agent, the team must locate a mole before other agents are put in danger)
The Voice on NBC (Vocalists compete against each other)
Glee on Fox (Past and current members of New Directions reunite to reinvent their favorite performances, celebrating what the club has meant to everyone)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (During a weekend off, Jake decides to tackle a cold case that everyone thinks is unsolvable; Amy plans a trip with Teddy (Kyle Bornheimer); Rosa and Gina share a secret with Charles)
Game of Arms on AMC (Rob Bigwood trains for a match against Chop Bertrand)
The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo (Aviva gets a book deal for her memoir; Sonja meets Aviva's ex-husband for dinner; Aviva hosts a housewarming at her new townhouse; Ramona spreads gossip about Carole)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (A new girl tries out for Abby's team; Cathy prepares her team to end Abby's winning streak; Abby's girls dance at a nursing home to cheer up Abby's mother)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Aubree attends her first dance class; Jeremy and Leah disagree; Jenelle and Barbara argue about Barb's fight with Nathan; Kailyn realizes her mother will not attend her wedding)
Cougar Town on TBS (Jules and Bobby's crime fighting personas; Grayson teaches Andy ``the neg''; decorating Laurie's apartment)
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament on TruTV (Albany (N.Y.) vs. Mount St. Mary's ... North Carolina State vs. Xavier ... LIVE ... First round. From Dayton, Ohio.)
Ink Master on Spike (Getting up close and awkward with naked canvases; New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia guest judges)
LATE NIGHT TV
Jimmy Fallon: Lena Dunham, Hugh Dancy, Foster the People
Jimmy Kimmel: Ashley Judd, Howie Mandel, Sam Smith
Craig Ferguson: Lewis Black, Dawn Olivieri
Seth Meyers: Kathryn Hahn, David Remnick
Carson Daly: Emily Mortimer, K. Flay, Maidentrip
Tavis Smiley: Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman
Chelsea Lately: Theo James, Margaret Cho, Jen Kirkman, Ross Mathews
In his upcoming new memoir Love Life, Rob Lowe reveals that he blew his shot to hook up with Madonna in the '80s. The actor writes that the two went on a date to the Palladium nightclub in Hollywood. They sat in the VIP area and that the Material Girl decided she was tired of hiding from fans and wanted to dance. He said he would wait for her and she replied, "'Suit yourself." When he called her crazy, she responded, "No I'm not. I'm just not going to let success f**k up my fun." The pretty boy ended up going home alone.
Items allegedly found at Paul Walker's crash site are now up for auction. The items for sale are a fire extinguisher said to be used in the efforts to save the Fast & Furious star's life, a piece of debris from the crash and the the sunglasses he was supposedly wearing the day of his death. The unknown seller claims to have been at the scene Nov. 30 in Santa Clarita, Calif. Shortly after the wreckage was cleared and authorities left, he reportedly found the sunglasses in a bush not far from where the Porsche Carrera GT carrying Walker crashed.
Need for Speed stars Aaron Paul as Tobey Marshall, a street racer out for revenge. Recently released from prison, Marshall joins a cross country race to get close to the target of his vengeance, ex-partner, Dino Brewster, but his Brewster has already learned of his plan and places a massive bounty on his head. The film also features Dominic Cooper and Scott Mescudi (Kid Cudi) in supporting roles. Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club follows a group of single mothers from different walks of life, who bond and create a support group to help one another overcome obstacles and find comedy along the way. Written and directed by Tyler Perry, the film stars Nia Long, Amy Smart, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Cocoa Brown, and many more.
Financed by an ambitious Kickstarter campaign, Veronica Mars returns after a several year hiatus, and this time on the big screen! Kristen Bell stars as the young private eye, who returns to her hometown to investigate a murder mystery surrounding her old flame, Logan Echolls. The movie is set around Veronica's 10-year high school reunion and features nearly all the old cast. Bad Words stars Jason Bateman as Guy, a former spelling-bee loser who finds a loophole and attempts to win the National Spelling Bee as an adult. When he's not upsetting ambitious 8th graders, parents, and contest officials, Guy befriends an awkward 10 year-old competitor, Chaitanya, and helps him come out of his shell.
Shark Tank on ABC (Kids and teenagers present ideas that include a way to make drinking water more appealing, a business that tackles electronic waste and spicy-flavored raw honey; an update on Ryan's Barkery)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Sky Zone CEO Jeff Platt referees a kids' dodgeball game during a stint under cover)
Dateline NBC (When a man finds his wife dead on their living room floor, authorities suspect he is guilty of her murder)
Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty thinks about her past, discusses going to the movies and practices self-defense. Betty introduces her life alert, teaches her protege how to talk to an agent and enjoys a family dinner.)
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Triple H responds to Daniel Bryan's ``Occupy RAW'' movement. Plus, Big Show vs. Kane)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Bill O'Reilly, Nick Griffin, the Dough Rollers
Jimmy Fallon: James Franco, Andy Cohen, Jake Bugg
Jimmy Kimmel: Lil Wayne, Willie Nelson, Los Lonely Boys
Craig Ferguson: Amy Smart, Denise Mina
Seth Meyers: Christian Slater, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Andy Daly
SATURDAY HBO New Movie of the Week: The Great Gatsby ... Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan. A writer gets swept up in the affairs of Jazz Age New York's wealthy elite when he moves next-door to a mysterious millionaire who throws lavish parties and pines for an unattainable woman. Based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
The Amazing Race on CBS (A racer pours blood and tears into a roadblock; a particularly difficult detour makes a racer melt down)
The Voice on NBC (Highlights of the blind auditions and previously unseen moments; a preview of the upcoming battles)
The Simpsons on Fox (When Retirement Castle is closed, Marge asks Grampa and two other octogenarians to move in; Nelson befriends Bart after Bart defends him)
Family Guy on Fox (Peter and the guys go on a quest to ask God to stop interfering with the outcome of football games)
The Walking Dead on AMC (After establishing a new shelter, the group considers things returning to the way they used to be)
Lindsay on OWN (Lindsay moves into her apartment, argues with her dad and struggles with her mom's DUI. The producer's question her commitment)
A leaked list of Hollywood lovers penned by Lindsay Lohan reveals she's slept with at least 36 showbiz A-listers, including Justin Timberlake, Zac Efron, Adam Levine, Colin Farrell and Heath Ledger. LiLo reportedly jotted down her "personal conquest" tally at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 30. "She was trying to impress her friends with the list and then tossed it aside," an eyewitness says. "They were giggling and talking s**t about people in the industry." A photo posted to InTouch Weekly's website shows several additional names blurred out.
Law enforcement sources say that members of the production crew on Keeping Up With the Kardashians are being intensely questioned about the $250,000 in jewelry and $50,000 in cash that went missing recently from the respective homes of Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian. The show's employees are considered prime suspects because whoever stole those items knew exactly where they were located. In the case of Khloe's stolen jewelry, it's also presumed that the thieves knew exactly how much the items were worth, since they left behind less expensive pieces of jewelry. In addition, no signs of forced entry were found in either home.
After 26 years together, Little People, Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff have separated. The couple, who have four children -- twins Jeremy and Zack, 23, Molly, 20, and Jacob, 17 -- said in a joint statement issued through TLC that they've had rocky times in the marriage and now it's time to take a break. The Oregon-based couple's trial separation will be the focus of a new one-hour special on TLC on March 25. Filmed in the final weeks of 2013, the special shows Matt and Amy figuring out their new family dynamic as they prepare for the holidays with their children.
The Big Bang Theory will be geeking out on CBS for at least three more years. The network renewed the show's contract on Wednesday, ensuring the program will stay on the network through the 2016-17 season. Now in its seventh season, The Big Band Theory averages 19.79 million viewers per episode and is the top-rated comedy in primetime.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Arizona's bad day escalates when she advises a patient on a potential double amputation; Derek breaks a promise; Stephanie and Jo find an abandoned baby; the nonfraternization rule leads to a suspension)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Sheldon is faced with a new reality when he visits his mom in Houston; a murder mystery party starts arguments)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Lyndsey finds out about Alan's relationship with Gretchen; Walden has a difficult time telling Barry to find his own place)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (Andrew's spirited and rowdy sisters come to the office to celebrate St. Patrick's Day -- Simon's least favorite holiday)
Community on NBC (Jeff, Shirley and Hickey's discovery of a hidden stash of textbooks causes power shifts within the group; Abed and Annie play a VCR game to decide who gets to choose their new roommate)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie runs afoul of local shock jocks when she creates a new town slogan; Andy discovers an interesting secret about Ron while scouting for bands to play the Unity Concert; Tom, Donna and April look for a restaurant locale)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (Twenty aspiring restaurateurs hoping to impress Ramsay present their signature dishes; after the opening night dinner service, contestants face elimination)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants face elimination; Harry Connick Jr. performs; Mali Music performs)
Saint George on FX (George wants to have an old-school Mexican birthday party for Harper)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie falls for the sexy daughter of his father's warring neighbor)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (After an argument in the lounge, the mentors confront the judges; Macklemore joins the panel)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Aftermath from the Lockdown event with updates from Miami; the debuts of Sandra and Tigre Uno)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (It's prank season and the girls bring on creepy crawlers, fart bags and ``klever'' costumes)
Portlandia on IFC (A celery salesman goes to great lengths to have celery become more popular; 911 dispatchers assure callers that it's beets; The Order Grill is open for lunch; Carrie declares social bankruptcy; a fed up office worker wants to become a gutter punk)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Bryan Cranston, Melissa Rauch, Le1f
Jimmy Fallon: Julianna Margulies, Patton Oswalt, Nate Bargatze
Jimmy Kimmel: Lady Gaga, Darby Stanchfield, the Preatures
Craig Ferguson: Kristen Bell, Michael McMillian, Adam Ray
Seth Meyers: Tilda Swinton, Warren Buffett, Carrie Brownstein, Lo-Fang
Carson Daly: "Chicagoland", Night Terrors of 1927, Katie Crown
Daily Show: Anita Hill
Colbert Report: Simon Schama
Chelsea Lately: Tyler Perry, John Caparulo, Grace Helbig, Bobby Lee
Conan O'Brien: Ben Stiller, Evangeline Lilly, the Wild Feathers (R 12/4/13)
During a recent interview with Big Boy TV, Jennifer Lopez was asked a hilarious hypothetical question regarding two of her former lovers. "You're on a raft in the middle of the ocean and you look in the ocean, you see two people floating," host Big Boy said. "You can only pull up one because that's how much room you have on the raft. You look in the ocean, you see Ben Affleck and you see Diddy." JLo erupted with laughter before yelling out, "I'd let both those motherf**kers drown!" She quickly followed up with, "That's terrible! I'm just joking! Ben, Puffy, you know I love you. You know that. They know it."
Amanda Bynes continues to show signs that she's recovering nicely from her mental-health issues, and now she's taken her new outlook on life online. After returning to Twitter late last month, Bynes posted a pencil-sketched self-portrait to the site Monday, which she simply captioned, "New sketch." The stunning drawing shows her looking serene and healthy--as does her new profile picture, which shows her wearing no makeup and a gray sweatshirt. Bynes also changed her Twitter profile information from "Your Wife" to "Fashion Student" now that she's studying at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.
) Comedian and television host Chelsea Handler tends not to sugarcoat things. In her chat with Piers Morgan, Handler expressed some indignation at the host’s conduct during a commercial break. Turns out he was tweeting. “In the middle of the commercial break, I want your viewers to know. I mean, they must know because they’re probably following you on Twitter. I mean, you can’t even pay attention for 60 seconds. You’re a terrible interviewer,” Handler ripped away. At this point, Morgan could have apologized for ignoring his guest while he hovered over some Twitter interface. But he didn’t: “Well, you just weren’t keeping my attention. It’s more an issue for you than me.” After Morgan continued protesting that his company wasn’t interesting enough, Handler said, “Well, maybe that’s why your job is coming to an end.”
Modern Family on ABC (Jay takes Luke to the garage for some male bonding; Gloria and Claire take Lily dress shopping; Mitch, Cam, Alex and Manny spend a day at the museum; Phil helps Andy make an anniversary gift for his girlfriend)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna and Juliette each have their own plan on how to announce Juliette's deal with Highway 65; Will offers Deacon a great opportunity; Teddy learns Maddie is fixated with her music; Will worries about his past)
Survivor on CBS (One tribe considers benching one of their strongest players by throwing an immunity challenge; a castaway melts down at a reward challenge)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (A murdered groupie and a missing prostitute both have connections to a mysterious band)
Chicago PD on NBC (Voight's new Internal Affairs handler proves to be suspicious of his actions; Voight must work with his former partner from the Gang Unit; Halsted enlists Jin to help him gather more information on Lonnie Rodiger; Olinsky takes Ruzek down a peg)
American Idol on Fox (Eleven finalists perform songs from their favorite movies)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Donnie and Mark, along with some famous friends, trick Paul into thinking they are working on a jingle for the restaurant; Alma has a hard time trying to find the perfect gift for Jenny. Donnie gives his workaholic brother Paul a break by taking him out in a replica of his favorite childhood car; Alma and the girls enjoy seafood wraps and mud baths at a spa.)
Ali G: Rezurection on FXX (Wine tasting with Borat; Ali G talks to Sam Donaldson)
My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (Learning more about Olivia's weight loss journey; new details and behind the scenes facts)
Hoarding: Buried on TLC (A mother's battling with hoarding discovers her own daughters compulsion; a family's unity at risk)
David Letterman: Sylvester Stallone, Theo James, Ledisi
Jimmy Fallon: Shailene Woodley, Artie Lange, Beck
Jimmy Kimmel: Robert Duvall, Rachael Ray, Damon Albarn, Johnny Winter
Craig Ferguson: Ricky Gervais, Krysten Ritter
Seth Meyers: Norman Reedus, American Authors
Carson Daly: Carrie Brownstein, the Colourist, the Casket Girls
Daily Show: Jason Bateman
Colbert Report: Maria Shriver
Chelsea Lately: Adam Levine, Chris Franjola, Sarah Tiana, Ian Karmel
A Miley Cyrus mega-fan was arrested for trespassing in Nebraska last week for sneaking into the singer's dressing room to leave her a personal note and his telephone number. Tucker Salvesen, 19, used a VIP pass he got from a truck driver to make his way to the dressing room the day before her concert. His note, according to police, said in part: "Your music has given me all the answers I was looking for when my heart got broke... Please let me meet you." Salvesen was arrested the day of the concert and missed Cyrus' performance. He says he's already bought tickets for another show.
On the Tonight Show last night, Jimmy Fallon and Mad Men star Jon Hamm photobombed unsuspecting tourists in New York City. The tourists who visited Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center over the weekend were asked to pose for a photo to be used on the attraction’s website. What they didn’t know was that in the background of their photo, Fallon and Hamm would jump out, make goofy faces and even share a sandwich Lady and the Tramp style.
A slew of female celebrities (and a few male ones) have joined Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg's campaign to discourage the use of the word "bossy" when describing girls. Jane Lynch, Jennifer Garner, Condoleeza Rice and Diane Von Furstenberg also appear in the new "Ban Bossy" PSA, posted to YouTube Sunday. In the clip, Beyonce states, "I'm not bossy, I'm the boss," and encourages girls to "be brave, be you." Other celebs state the importance of praising girls' leadership qualities rather than calling them "pushy" and "stubborn."
Taylor Swift made $39,699,575.60 over the past 12 months, according to Billboard's list of the music industry's top 40 money makers of 2014. That figure, which doesn't even include money made off merchandising, branding and sponsorships, factors in her stature as an "elite artist" on the digital front, where she ranked sixth in raking in 10 million downloads, as well as her physical album sales, which ranked eighth among all money makers on the list. Billboard notes that Swift really shines when it comes to touring, "perhaps the best metric of fan passion," taking in an estimated $30 million in six months of touring. Here's the top 10:
Taylor Swift: $39,699,575.60
Kenny Chesney: $32,956,240.70
Justin Timberlake: $31,463,297.03
Bon Jovi: $29,436,801.04
The Rolling Stones: $26,225,121.71
Maroon 5: $22,284,754.07
Luke Bryan: $22,142,235.98
Fleetwood Mac: $19,123,101.98
Enemies Closer, Inside Llewyn Davis, Homefront, Out of the Furnace, Armistice, The Broken Circle Breakdown, In Fear, Dark House, Mademoiselle C, Easy Money: Hard to Kill, Beyond Outrage, The Outsider, The Book Thief and The Patience Stone are all out on DVD today.
The Voice on NBC (Vocalists take part in blind auditions)
Glee on NBC (The glee club -- and two special guests -- travels to Los Angeles to compete in nationals)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (As Charles' best man, Jake must be involved with important wedding decisions including cake tasting and floral arrangements; Gina, Terry and Amy start an extreme diet; Rosa has to make a sincere apology)
Game of Arms on AMC (Fathers compete when the Erie team battles California Arm Benders)
The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo (Heather hosts her own birthday party; Aviva tries get back on Ramona's good side; the ladies are introduced to Heather's friend, Kristen)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Abby travels to New York; Kira wants Kalani to compete against Maddie this week; Abby gives a solo to Kendall)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Adam sends Chelsea a visitation request; Jenelle undergoes surgery; Kailyn goes for a fitting for her wedding dress; Leah and Corey support Ali on her first day of school)
Cougar Town on TBS (Travis starts an open mic night; Andy tries to do stand-up comedy; Tom's daughter, Haylee, comes to visit)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Jason Bateman, Gary Allan
Jimmy Fallon: Tyler Perry, Billy Eichner, Juanes
Jimmy Kimmel: Rosario Dawson, Gov. Rick Perry, Aloe Blacc, Jimmy Vaughn
Craig Ferguson: Jeff Goldblum, Lauren Cohan
Seth Meyers: Rachel Maddow, Ike Barinholtz, Mike O'Brien, Taran Killam
Carson Daly: Ronald D. Moore, Vanish Valley, Hasan Minhaj
Daily Show: Andrew Napolitano
Colbert Report: Ronan Farrow
Chelsea Lately: Emily Mortimer, Michael Yo, Jamie Lee, Julian McCullough
Conan O'Brien: Ricky Gervais, Goo Goo Dolls
Arsenio Hall: Kathy Griffin, Lance Gross, George Wallace
Jay Z has reportedly turned down the offer to be Kanye West's best man in his upcoming wedding to Kim Kardashian. Ouch. According to the Daily Star, Jay Z declined because he and Beyoncé don't want their family -- especially daughter Blue Ivy -- to appear in an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. "The thought of popping up in KUWTK mortifies Beyoncé," a source claims. "She purposefully keeps herself away from trashy TV and isn’t prepared to lower her standards for anyone, or any occasion." What Queen Bey wants, Queen Bey gets!
Jimmy Fallon challenged Stephen Colbert to a game of "Truth or Truth" during his Friday appearance on the Tonight Show. The two talk-show hosts asked each other a series of bold questions. "What's your biggest regret in life?" Colbert asked. "Not learning the dance to [Beyonce's] "Single Ladies," Fallon replied. When the host took his turn, he asked Colbert, "Your underwear, men's or women's?" When The Colbert Show host simply responded, "No," Fallon lost his composure and burst into giggles.
Two months after announcing she had entered rehab to seek treatment for eating disorders, Ke$ha revealed on Twitter Thursday night that she has left the Illinois facility. "Happy to be back! Feeling healthy and working on tons of new music," she wrote. "I can't thank my fans enough for all the love and support." Ke$ha also posted a photo of herself, with red hair, looking out the window of an airplane. Says one Ke$ha pal, "I had no idea she would be out today," noting that the singer "really had no timeline" for how or when she'd complete her treatment.
As Lindsay Lohan hinted Thursday night on Jimmy Fallon, a Mean Girls reunion is in the works. This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the film, and sources say co-writer Tina Fey has been leading the charge to get the entire cast together to commemorate the occasion. It's unclear what will come of the get-together, be it a comedy sketch or an appearance on a show like Fallon. Several prominent cast members are already on board -- Amy Poehler (Mrs. George), Jonathan Bennett (dreamy Aaron), Rajiv Surendra (Math Enthusiast / Bad-A** MC), and Daniel Franzese.
NEW MUSIC Aloe Blacc's third solo album Lift Your Spirits tops this week's new releases. The album will be riding the momentum created by the its hit single and opening track “The Man,” and will be following on the heels of Blacc's 2010 release Good Things, which went double platinum. Sara Evans releases her seventh studio album, Slow Me Down. The album includes guest appearances from Gavin DeGraw and Vince Gill. That album also already has a popular single to its name, the title track “Slow Me Down,” which came out last August. And Brit rockers Elbow will try to regain the magic of their 2008 smash The Seldom Seen Kid with new release The Take Off and Landing of Everything.
The Bachelor on ABC (FINALE ... Juan Pablo makes his decision)
The Bachelor: After the Final Rose on ABC (Juan Pablo talks about his journey; bachelorettes Clare and Nikki discuss the season's outcome; the next Bachelorette is revealed)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Marshall asks Barney and Ted for help figuring out where Lily went in the middle of the night during their argument)
Mike & Molly on CBS (The entire family wonders if Victoria has finally met the one when she brings a new boyfriend home)
The Voice on NBC (Vocalists take part in blind auditions
The Following on Fox (In hope of finding new answers, Ryan searches for the man who taught Joe to kill; Mandy and Emma wait for Joe to reveal his plan)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (The ladies are drawn together by an event at the Beverly Hills Hotel for the first time since Puerto Rico; Kim tries to apologize to Ken; Kyle, Brandi and Yolanda try to talk to Lisa)
Teen Wolf on MTV (Scott and Lydia combine abilities in an attempt to gain the upper hand; Stillinski's future will be decided by a review board)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (The Undertaker returns to hunt down Brock Lesnar. Plus, John Cena, Daniel Bryan and The Authority)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Sen. John McCain, Little Mix
Jimmy Fallon: Kristen Bell, Steve Harvey, Demi Lovato
Craig Ferguson: Emily Mortimer, Darrin Rose, the Alternate Routes
Seth Meyers: Andy Samberg, Busy Philipps, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer
Daily Show: Paul Taylor
Colbert Report: Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Chelsea Lately: Minnie Driver, Jeff Wild, Claire Titelman, Ross Mathews
Conan O'Brien: Kevin Nealon, Ansel Elgort, Warpaint
Arsenio Hall: Nia Long, Eddie Cibrian, Cocoa Brown, Zulay Henao, Amy Smart, Terry Crews, Wendi McLendon-Covey, William Levy, Sevyn Streeter
Oh snap! Miley Cyrus has fired back at Katy Perry for telling Australian morning show Sunrise that she pulled away from the "Wrecking Ball" singer's mid-concert attempt to make out with her because, "God knows where that tongue has been." Miley, clearly alluding to Katy's womanizer ex-boyfriend John Mayer, tweeted, "Girl if you're worried about where tongues have been, good thing your ex boo is your EX BOO because we ALL know where THAT been." Unfortunately, for those hoping for a catfight between the two pop stars, Katy seemed to take the comments in stride, tweeting back, "Oooo gurrrl I’m gonna give you the BIGGEST spanking when I see you..."
On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Lindsay Lohan played a game of "Water War" with Jimmy Fallon. The two had to turn over cards and whoever won the hand got to throw a glass of cold water over their opponent. The 27-year-old was the first to get a cup thrown in her face and later retaliated by pouring a glass down the host's pants. Ultimately, LiLo won the game. Her prize? A giant super soaker. The actress used it to attack Fallon, much to the crowd's delight.
Aaron Carter and Hilary Duff dated for almost three years before he screwed her over by cheating with Lindsay Lohan. Now the 26-year-old is trying to win back his Disney princess. After retweeting a present-day photo of Duff, Carter tweeted, "Don't be that stupid douche that loses the love of your life forever.. Like me…" He then declared, I'll spend the rest of my life trying to better myself to get back to her," Carter, 26, continued. "I don't care what ANY of you think." Duff hasn't responded. But she is single -- the singer-actress announced her separation from huband Mike Comrie, with whom she shares son Luca, in January.
Out in theaters: 300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Haunt, Grand Piano and The Face of Love
Shark Tank on ABC (A bike lighting system; clothing with reinforced knees and built-in squeakers for crawling babies; a shoe buffing pad that attaches to a power drill; modular shoelaces)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Three previously featured bosses ask employees to go under cover for a second look inside their organizations)
20/20 on ABC (Inside looks at dry cleaners, nail salons, movie theaters, baggage handlers and movers)
Dateline NBC (After a 16-year-old disappears, the girls parents are surprised her closest friends are hold a dark secret)
Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty considers writing an autobiography, launches an energy drink and knits a sweater. Betty invites the team to give her feedback; Betty teaches her protege how to give an acceptance speech.)
Cesar 911 on NatGeoWild (PREMIERE .. Cesar comes to the rescue of a dog that has bitten members of its family)
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (The Big Show returns with a vengeance
David Letterman: Lenny Marcus, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Jimmy Fallon: Stephen Colbert, Keri Russell, Broken Bells
Jimmy Kimmel: Ellen DeGeneres, Tom Ford, Sky Ferreira (R 2/26/14)
Craig Ferguson: Aaron Paul, Andi Osho
Seth Meyers: Kenan Thompson, Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski, Sarah Lewis
Carson Daly: Doug Benson, No, Justine Marino (R 12/19/13)
Chelsea Lately: Michelle Dockery, Dustin Ybarra, Fortune Feimster, Kurt Braunohler (R 2/27/14)
Arsenio Hall: Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, Diogo Morgado, Jeff Perry, David Banner, Animal
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Lena Dunham; The National performs.)
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kobalt 400 on Fox (From Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas)
The Walking Dead on AMC (One group finds a shelter; a group has a realization about protection)
Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Khloé must make a choice about her relationship with Lamar; Kourtney takes Scott on a getaway; Rob receives news about his health)
True Detective on HBO (Hart and Cohle get a new lead in their 17-year-old case)
Lindsay on OWN (Lindsay Lohan moves to New York to work on her sobriety and career after her sixth time in rehab)
Oprah Prime on OWN (Russell Brand's experience as a recovering addict)
Prince took over The Arsenio Hall Show last night rocking a black fur vest, gold chains and a '70s afro. During the episode, the famously private star performed three songs: his new single "FunkNRoll," "She's Always in My Hair" and "Mutiny." However, the highlight of the show was hands down the eccentric superstar's sitdown to chat with Hall. People has compiled the five most interesting things that The Purple One revealed during his appearance:
He doesn't own a cell phone. When he needs to make a call, Prince just asks to borrow someone's cell. "Everybody I know has one," he explains.
If he wasn't singing he would be a teacher. Prince revealed that if he absolutely had to choose a different calling, he'd "want to teach in some capacity."
He may be coming to a city near you. Prince loves traveling. "For the past couple of years I've been studying on my own and learning about history and trying to plan to go to the places I've been reading about," he said.
Don't get too close to the 'fro. In response to a fan who asked what his pet peeve was, Prince responded, "Strangers touching my hair."
He's a chef. When quizzed about his favorite household chose, Prince replied, "I can cook." But he only whips up one thing. Omelets. "All my friends have high cholesterol," he joked.
Video has gone viral of BuzzFeed interviewing House of Cards star Kevin Spacey on the Oscars red carpet. Instead of inquiring about his latest projects and movies, they decided to ask him questions usually reserved for female celebrities, such as "What are you wearing tonight?" When asked who did his hair, Spacey perfectly responded, "It just happens. It's not a big deal." When asked if he dieted to get ready for the big night, he declared, "God no. Absolutely not." Best of all, the Oscar-winning actor also didn't seem to know what a mani-pedi or Spanx are.
Pharrell Williams gave a 9-year-old San Antonio boy the surprise of a lifetime this week when he sent the boy a personal video message wishing him well. Damon, who was recently diagnosed with Osteosarcoma bone cancer, has been trying to keep his spirits up by listening to Pharrell’s song “Happy.” When a family friend sought to get the boy a signed picture from Pharrell, the musician decided to take it one step further. In addition to commending Damon on his bravery and urging him to embrace the present, Pharrell invited the boy to attend one of his concerts whenever he feels up for it.
Ready for yet another reboot to hit Hollywood? Keeping with the theme of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” that’s currently sweeping the movie industry, director Steven Spielberg is rumored to be interested in remaking West Side Story. Fox currently owns the rights to the iconic 1961 movie musical, which took home the Oscar that year for Best Picture. While no further details have been released, it does have some wondering when the 67-year-old director will find the time. In addition to serving as a producer on Transformers: Age of Extinction, he's committed to Jurassic World, as well as two Tintin sequels.
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Couples panic when the hospital announces a nonfraternization policy; Owen and Emma discuss the future; Meredith and Cristina have some girl time; Richard asks the residents for help with a rare cancer case)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Bernadette tries to negotiate peace between Sheldon and Wolowitz; Penny receives an embarrassing offer; Raj wants Amy to write to a woman on his behalf)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Walden thinks his girlfriend is cheating on him; Alan starts dating Larry's sister, Gretchen (Kimberly Williams-Paisley)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (A longing for grandchildren compels Simon to interfere with Sydney's new relationship; Andrew and Zach try working with different partners)
Community on NBC (Dean Pelton lets two designers test their new social networking application at Greendale, leading to a war among the students; Professor Hickey decides to go underground until the battle ends)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie's efforts to take down the wall separating Eagleton and Pawnee yield unexpected results; Ben and Tom meet with possible sponsors for the concert; Ron finds a new hobby)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants face elimination; Phillip Phillips performs; Kodaline performs)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Nadia remembers the centuries she spent searching for her mother; Matt, Stefan and Caroline try desperately to save Elena; Bonnie uncovers a terrifying secret that puts her friends at risk)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie tries to tempt his best party buddy when he becomes a priest)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers must use beach party materials to create their looks)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (World Heavyweight Champ Magnus and challenger Samoa Joe battle before their match at Lockdown. The 6-Man Elimination Match with MVP and The Wolves vs. Roode, Aries and Robbie E)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Someone is not flushing the toilet; June finds an apartment flyer in Anna's room; Sugar Bear still has babies on the brain. Alana and Anna share a birthday; June decides to teach Alana about menstruation; June's period is late.)
David Letterman: Andrew Hadlock, Bob Mould
Jimmy Fallon: Lindsay Lohan, Billy Eichner, Bad Things
Jimmy Kimmel: Aaron Paul, Bellamy Young, Jetta
Craig Ferguson: Rosie Perez
Seth Meyers: Martha Stewart, Lil Jon
Carson Daly: Neil deGrasse Tyson, LP, Chris Burkard
Daily Show: Paul Taylor
Colbert Report: Theaster Gates
Chelsea Lately: Allison Janney, Whitney Cummings, Fortune Feimster, Brad Wollack, guest host Mary McCormack
Conan O'Brien: Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Connolly, Drive-By Truckers
Arsenio Hall: Rick Ross, Brie & Nikki Bella, Natalie "Natalya" Neidhart, Ariane "Cameron" Andrews, Trinity "Naomi" Uso, Eva Marie, Summer Rae
Conan O'Brien has been tapped to host this year's MTV Movie Awards. "After eight years of intense negotiations, I am honored to announce I am hosting MTV's second-most prestigious awards show," O'Brien announced. Shiny buckets of popcorn honoring the best kisses, fights, gut-wrenching performances and more will be handed out April 13 at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater. The nominees will be revealed Thursday morning.
Mila Kunis is heading to Two and a Half Men to romance Ashton Kutcher. Kunis will appear alongside her real-life fiancé and former That '70s Show costar Kutcher in an episode airing later season. According to CBS, Kunis will play Vivian, described as a "young, beautiful free-spirited traveler." Look for Kunis' character to show up on Walden's (Kutcher) doorstep where the two will feel an instant connection. Walden will think Vivian is "the one," but of course there's a catch: He's about to propose to someone else. No premiere date for Kunis' Two and a Half Men episode was released.
Empire, the hip-hop industry drama now in development for FOX, has added Timberland to its roster of talent. Timbaland is the latest to board the pilot starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, which hails from Lee Daniels, Danny Strong and Imagine’s Brian Grazer. Timbaland will serve as songwriter and song producer on Empire, which will feature a mix of new and existing music. Timbaland’s role may resemble T Bone Burnett's for the pilot of Nashville. Empire centers on Lucious Lyon (Howard), a music superstar who is about to take his company public.
Modern Family on ABC (Cameron feels competitive when a popular teacher returns from sabbatical; Haley goes to a realtor's banquet with Phil; Mitch struggles to get his bearings at his new job; Jay and Gloria babysit Lily)
Nashville on ABC (Avery feels overwhelmed by Juliette's success; money trouble makes it difficult for Rayna to sign new artists; Deacon runs into an old friend at an AA meeting; Scarlett gets more wrapped up with Liam)
Survivor on CBS (A monster monsoon leaves spirits drenched; contestants try to avoid another trip to tribal council by winning a challenge)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (A murdered Elvis impersonator has a strange connection with a bird)
Chicago PD on NBC (Voight's son may be involved with the Fitori murder case, intensifying tension between Antonio and Voight; Ruzek helps Burgess get retribution)
American Idol on Fox (The dozen remaining finalists perform)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (Jase and the guys build a playhouse for Jep's children, but the finished structure ends up looking like a duck blind; Phil and Si tease Willie when a project takes longer than expected to complete)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Alma attempts to gather up all of her children's favorite recipes to share with the public; Mark challenges an old friend to eat a very unique burger)
Ali G: Rezurection on FXXX (Bruno attends New York Fashion Week; Ali G visits the Philadelphia Police Academy; Borat gives speed dating a shot)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Tom Selleck, Carrie Brownstein, David Nail
Jimmy Fallon: Annette Bening, Norman Reedus, the Avett Brothers
Jimmy Kimmel: Ricky Gervais, Kongos
Craig Ferguson: Carson Kressley, Lena Headey, Panic! At the Disco
Seth Meyers: Rick Ross
Carson Daly: "Risk", Icona Pop, the Missing Picture
Daily Show: Rachel Maddow
Colbert Report: Beau Willimon
Chelsea Lately: Justin Willman, Ian Karmel, Heather McDonald, guest host Khloe Kardashian
Taylor Swift has obtained a restraining order against a stalker who believes he is married to her and has threatened to kill anyone who stands in his way. Swift filed legal documents stating that the man, Timothy Sweet, has been stalking her since 2011. Sweet has written a number of disturbing letters, emails and posts on social media stating things like, "If anyone in Taylor Swift's family gets killed, it is not my fault" and "Dearest Taylor, I'll kill any man who gets in the way of our marriage. Message to John Kerry, Secretary of State." He also claims that he and Swift are married and live in Beverly Hill together. A judge has ordered Sweet to stay at least 100 yards away from Swift, her parents and her brother.
Scarlett Johansson is expecting her first child with her fiancé Romain Dauriac. The news comes just six months after Johansson, 29, got engaged to 31-year-old Dauriac, a French journalist. Back in January, the actress told People of her engagement, "I'm very happy. He’s my buddy. Being engaged is an exciting time to enjoy and to really savor." She also told Good Morning America, "I'm not doing any wedding planning."
Wondering what happened to all the celebrity cash Ellen DeGeneres collected in Pharrell Williams' hat at the Oscars on Sunday night? It went to a good cause. DeGeneres gave the collection, totaling around $600, to Edgar Martirosyan, the man who delivered the Big Mama’s and Papa’s pizzas to the ceremony. She then had Martirosyan as a guest on her show yesterday, where she gave him another $400, making his Oscars delivery tip a total of $1,000. Martirosyan confirmed that he had no idea he was going to walk out onto the live Oscars telecast: "They told me I'm just going to deliver for writers and then when I was there they just told me wait here… You said just follow me and I'm going, then I'm on a stage… I was in shock."
The Grandmaster, Oldboy, 12 Years a Slave, Girl Rising, Hours, The Iran Job, Last Days on Mars, Cold Comes the Night and Mexican Sunrise are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (In an attempt to save Skye, Coulson enlists the help of Ward's former S.O. John Garrett (Bill Paxton); shocking truths are uncovered)
NCIS on CBS (Someone winds up dead when DiNozzo confronts a man impersonating a Navy officer; DiNozzo's father has a secret)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team and an undercover DEA agent must determine if an explosion at a fish market was an act of terror or a smuggling deal gone wrong; a helicopter crash may be tied to Kensi and Granger's search for the white ghost)
The Voice on NBC (More vocalists participate in blind auditions)
Glee on Fox (When Sam, Tina and Blaine plan a lock-in at the school, Becky unexpectedly joins in; Elliot (Adam Lambert) gets caught in Santana and Rachel's feud)
New Girl on Fox (Nick and Jess must adjust to the lack of personal space when Jess moves into his bedroom; Cece thinks Abby (Linda Cardellini) is taking advantage of Schmidt; Winston struggles to get physically fit)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (All the regional precincts compete in a mandatory training course; Amy runs into an officer she used to date; Rosa is mad when Charles doesn't invite her to his wedding)
Tosh.0 on Comedy Central (Daniel attempts to turn every home in America into a public restroom; plays a game the censors will hate; a guy who doesn't take direction from women gets a Web redemption)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Chloe and Kalani go head-to-head on the dance floor; Abby promises a starring role to the winner of an improvised dance off, but revokes this when Kendall wins; Abby pushes MacKenzie's pop career with a solo)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Kailyn has a meltdown; Leah and Jeremy meet with Corey to discuss Ali starting school; Aubree meets Adam's baby; Jenelle learns a plea bargain may be possible)
White-tuxedoed Dallas Buyers Club co-stars Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto won Oscars for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor last night, while 12 Years a Slave was named Best Picture. Coming up short in that category was Gravity, which nevertheless walked away with seven gold statues, including Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron. Cate Blanchett won Best Actress for her turn in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, while Slave's Lupita Nyong'o topped American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence for Best Supporting Actress. Hustle's futility was perhaps the lone surprise in an evening which otherwise went according to script.
Gwen Stefani remains in a house full of boys. The No Doubt singer welcomed her third child, another son, with husband Gavin Rossdale on Friday. The rock star couple gave their new baby another awesome name: Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale. Apollo joins his two brothers, 5-year-old Zuma and 7-year-old Kingston.
A week before his new show Saint George premiers on FX, George Lopez was arrested after being found passed out on a casino floor in Canada. Ultimately, Lopez wasn't charged with any crimes, but photos posted to Twitter show the actor curled up on the ground inside the casino bar at Caesars Windsor in Windsor, Ontario. Lopez released a statement saying he'd “tied one on” and was “trying to sleep it off. Unfortunately, it was on the casino floor.” He then joked about his arrest onstage, claiming he did 52 shots before passing out, and that he "just did in Windsor what Justin Bieber does in America."
NEW MUSIC Pharrell Williams' second solo album G I R L is the most hyped new release of the week. The album contains Williams' Oscar-nominated mega-hit "Happy," as well as collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake and Daft Punk. Ashanti's star has faded since her hit-making days in the early '00s, but she's attempting to make a comeback with Braveheart, her first album in six years. Rick Ross is featured on one track, "I Got It," and he also has his own new record coming out this week. Mastermind, the rapper's sixth album, is earning positive early reviews and contains the Jay Z-featuring lead single "The Devil Is a Lie."
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor: The Women Tell All on ABC (Seventeen of the bachelorettes confront Juan Pablo and each other; Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici talk about their honeymoon; sneak peek of the season finale)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Robin and Lily have a fight on the morning of the wedding; Barney can't decide what suit to wear; the gang watch a movie that Ted didn't want them to see)
Mike & Molly on CBS (Samuel wants to be a standup comic; Molly offers advice to Harry which leads to him challenging his protective mother)
The Voice on NBC (More vocalists take part in blind auditions)
The Following on Fox (Ryan and the FBI's search for Lily Gray is redirected when Max is faced with a new threat; Joe, Mandy and Emma realize everything isn't what it seems at their new hideout)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (The Puerto Rico trip ends with golf, shopping and the threat of arrest; Brandi surprises her parents; Kim and Yolanda's daughters go to college; Lisa tells Carlton why she left Puerto Rico in the middle of the night)
Fashion Police on E! (Fashion do's and don'ts from the 2014 Academy Awards; guest star Jen Rade)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (How will Brock Lesnar handle the Undertaker's WrestleMania challenge?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Future Islands
Jimmy Fallon: Tina Fey, Randy Newman
Jimmy Kimmel: Gonzo, Fitz & the Tantrums
Craig Ferguson: Meredith Vieira
Seth Meyers: Brian Williams, the Hold Steady
Tavis Smiley: Alicia Keys, Herb Alpert
Daily Show: Seth MacFarlane
Colbert Report: Caitlin Flanagan
Chelsea Lately: Cameron Diaz, Chris Franjola, Arden Myrin, Loni Love
Conan O'Brien: Malin Akerman, Jim Jefferies, James Durbin