Is notorious cheater Tiger Woods getting a taste of his own medicine? The National Enquirer (so take it with a grain of salt) claims that Woods' girlfriend, 28-year-old Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn, was spotted making out with a "tall, good-looking man in his mid-40s" a few weeks ago at a Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert in Miami. Apparently, the two were "really going at it," and the man had his hand on her butt. "Lindsey’s not a nun,” a source tells the Enquirer. "She’s a very physical, very attractive young woman with a very strong athlete’s ego. She wants her own fame -- not his. Now it looks like she’s checking out the playing field."
Courtney Love has a new album coming out, and she has her eye on Jay Z as a potential collaborator. The singer covered Jay Z's "99 Problems" live earlier this year, and she also recently gave him permission to use lyrics from Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" on his single "Holy Grail." Love says, " We have the single, which comes out when my book comes out this winter. But we're missing a song that's modern... I would love to do a duet with Jay Z. Wouldn't that be great? Gwyneth asked him if he heard my version of '99 Problems' and he said it was brilliant."
Here's some consoling news for fans of Breaking Bad: AMC has officially greenlit a spinoff series called Better Call Saul. The show will be a prequel to the events of Breaking Bad and focus on the life of Walter White's sketchy lawyer, Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk. The spinoff will be an hour-long and will be far less dark than Breaking Bad, with more of a comedic bent.
Big Brother on CBS
The Million Second Quiz on Fox (Contestants compete in bouts of trivia)
The X Factor on Fox (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie tries to stop Kate from having sex with the executive in charge of funding their study; Charlie's dad tries to stop Lacey from throwing herself at a sleazy yoga instructor)
Project Runway on Lifetime (The designers must create a vibrant look for a modern southern woman)
NFL Football on NFL Net (New York Jets at New England Patriots)
David Letterman: Alec Baldwin, Toni Collette
Jay Leno: Hugh Jackman, Aisha Tyler, OneRepublic
Jimmy Kimmel: Jake Gyllenhaal, Dianna Agron, Weekend
Jimmy Fallon: Robert De Niro, Amy Sedaris, Alt-J, Peter Hook
Daily Show: Billy Crystal
Chelsea Lately: Tim Gunn, Moshe Kasher, Chris Farah, Chris Franjola