Bruce and Kris Jenner have separated after 22 years of marriage. The pair released a joint statement to E! News that reads: "We are living separately and we are much happier this way. But we will always have much love and respect for each other. Even though we are separated, we will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our number one priority." Kris and Bruce are parents to two children together, Kendall and Kylie, and each have four kids from previous marriages.
Chris Brown is pissed off again. Gossip blogger Perez Hilton infuriated Brown by tweeting, "I hope @ChrisBrown doesn't watch! I'm talking about him on the @WendyWilliams show today and I'm going in!!!" The R&B singer fired back back a series of insulting tweets, stating, "Thanks for the publicity. Your insecurities are manifested by your hatred. Princess Perez and wicked witch Wendy. Flunkies! Can't take advice from 2 buff chicks when one can't stand to look at herself without plastic surgery and the other is forever on his period." Hilton then flippantly flung back at Brown, "That's Queen Perez! BowDown."
Taylor Lautner is set to step into Mark Wahlberg's shoes and take on the role of porn star Dirk Diggler in a Boogie Nights live-reading. The Twilight star will take on the character in Jason Reitman's production at The Film Independent event at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Thursday. Will he measure up? At the very least, he's bound to be more believable in the role than The Social Network actor Jesse Eisenberg, who played played Diggler in Reitman's live-reading last month at the Toronto International Film Festival.
For the first time since their blowout Twitter war, Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West are going to meet and sit down face-to-face. The rapper will be a guest on tonight's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Kanye had lashed out at Kimmel after the latter spoofed his BBC Radio 1 interview, in which he declared himself the "biggest" rock star in the world. Choice tweets from Kim Kardashian's baby daddy included, "Should I do a spoof about your face or you f**king Ben Affleck?" and "Sarah Silverman is a thousand times funnier than you and the whole world knows it!" A bemused Kimmel Kimmel took it in stride, saying he'd always wanted to be in a rap feud.
PRIME TIME TV
Modern Family on ABC (When Cam's sister comes to visit, he tries to find a gentle way to break the news of his engagement; Phil and Claire decide to miss one of Luke's games; Gloria is in denial about needing glasses)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna and Teddy embark on new paths as they divorce becomes final; Peggy plans to win Teddy back; Juliette takes a job playing at a billionaire couple's anniversary party; Deacon's past casts a shadow over his future with Maddie)
Survivor on CBS (A husband and wife are pitted against each other; a castaway refuses an immunity clue)
The X Factor on Fox (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (The boys battle hornets, race motorcycles, throw knives, and attempt to create duck jerky; Phil and Kay make Willie the executor of their will)
South Park on Comedy Central (Cartman thinks Token is a threat to everyone
Season Premiere-American Horror Story: Coven on FX at 10 Starring Angela Bassett. Kathy Bates. Jessica Lange.
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Lucy Liu, Mark Jacobson, the Weeknd
Jay Leno: Whitney Cummings, Ann Romney, Lissie
Jimmy Kimmel: Ethan Dizon, Skylan Brooks, Arctic Monkeys
Craig Ferguson: Sean Hayes, Tom Cotter
Colbert Report: Tom Hanks
Chelsea Lately: Sofia Vergara, Ian Karmel, Jessimae Pelluso, Dov Davidoff
Arsenio Hall: Bill Maher, Margo Martindale, MC Lyte