Kanye West appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, coming face-to-face with the talk show host for the first last night since lashing out at him on Twitter. Kanye did not apologize for getting upset over Kimmel spoofing the interview in which he called himself a "genius." Instead, he explained, "For me to say I wasn’t a genius I would just be lying to you and to myself." The unintentionally hilarious rapper went on to argue that his baby mama Kim Kardashian deserved a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Miraculously, Kimmel made it through the interview without laughing hysterically. He even made nice with his ratings -- er, guest -- of the evening.
Looks like Owen Wilson is taking a page out of Simon Cowel's book. The Wedding Crashers star, 44, has reportedly impregnated a married woman. Her name is Caroline Lindqvist and she's Wilson's personal trainer. To be fair, however, the 41-year-old is currently in the process of divorcing her husband, a plastic surgeon. (No word on whether their split has to do with the fact that she's having somebody else's baby.) Wilson and Lindqvist are not together. But a source tells Us Weekly that he's made it clear that he'll be there for her when the baby comes. (How sweet.) Wilson is already a father to a 2-year-old boy with ex-girlfriend Jade Duell.
Rihanna loves her tattoos, and she showed off just how hardcore she is by getting a traditional Maori tattoo in New Zealand. The painful technique uses a mallet and chisel to apply the ink instead of a needle. Rihanna got her entire right hand and all of its fingers covered with intricate symbols. A YouTube video shows the R&B star taking the pain gamely and wisely choosing not to watch the process.
PRIME TIME TV
Series Debut-Once Upon a Time in Wonderland on ABC at 8
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (The doctors put together a fundraising gala; Bailey must face several difficult patients; Shane and Stephanie take care of the busy ER on their own; Alex opens up to Jo)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Sheldon wants revenge after Amy ruins one of his favorite films; Leonard finds a way to get Penny to do anything; Stuart and Raj make online dating profiles.)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (Simon tries to make up for Sydney's negative childhood memories by reteaching her to drive; Lauren affects Andrew's confidence.)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (When Berta hurts her back at work, Alan and Walden think she should retire)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Pawnee Parks employees are paired up with their Eagleton counterparts; Chris and Ben work on an accounting project together; Ann divulges her plans)
The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (Mike and Annie try to find a new activity for Graham; Mike's nemesis, Susan Rodriguez-Jones, is brought on as anchor; Leigh and Ian engage in a Twitter war)
The X Factor on Fox (The hopefuls perform for the judges)
Glee on Fox (Finn's loved ones gather to celebrate his life)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon tries to find Stefan without telling Elena that he is missing; Caroline and Elena try to determine who is covering up a murder on campus)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie sleeps with Jordan's hot AA sponsor who happens to be a recovering sex addict)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Jack Hanna, Kunal Nayyar
Jay Leno: Lauren Graham, Chris Matthews, Tom Odell
Jimmy Kimmel: Owen Wilson, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, Panic! at the Disco
Craig Ferguson: Stephen Wright, Ginnifer Goodwin
Jimmy Fallon: Katy Perry, Jessica Seinfeld, Brian Wilson, Jeff Beck
Colbert Report: Reed Albergotti & Vanessa O'Connell
Chelsea Lately: Jennifer Hudson, Bobby Lee, Margaret Cho, Jo Koy
Arsenio Hall: Tyra Banks, Chris Spencer, Daymond John