A moving truck was spotted outside Katy Perry's house on Wednesday shortly after news broke that she and boyfriend John Mayer had broken up again. According to Us Weekly, the pop star, 29, and notorious womanizer, 36, had been fighting. "Of course this happens all the time, I can't keep track anymore," a source says. "But for now they are done." The on-again-off-again couple first went public in the summer of 2012, and were rumored to be headed toward marriage after a brief split last March. But curiously, Mayer hasn't tweeted since Monday and he was noticeably absent from Perry's side during her recent trips to London and Milan.
During an appearance on The Tonight Show last night, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore performed a cute song together called "Every 10 Years." Backed by host Jimmy Fallon on guitar, Barrymore and Sandler, who have starred in the romantic comedies The Wedding Singer, First 50 Dates and can be seen in the upcoming movie Blended, sang of their love for one other. "You're the Rob Ford to my crack cocaine," crooned Sandler. (Swoon.) He also vowed, "I will still love you when your boobs touch the floor," to which the heavily pregnant Barrymore quipped, "So right now?"
In terms of bad behavior, he's got nothing on Justin Bieber, but British people sure love to hate on Harry Styles. The One Direction heartthrob was named Villain of the Year at last night's NME Awards in London, making it two years in a row he's won the dubious honor. Styles beat out the likes of Miley Cyrus, Russell Brand, Robin Thicke, British Prime Minister David Cameron, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Unsurprisingly, Styles didn't turn up to accept the award. On the bright side, One Direction avoided being named Worst Band for the third year running. That award went to the Brit-rock band The 1975.
PRIME TIME TV
Countdown to the Oscars on ABC (Actor Jonah Hill; actress Lupita Nyong'o; celebrities before they were famous; Gary Sinise and Tom Hanks mark the 20th anniversary of ``Forrest Gump'' by honoring injured servicemen)
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (The doctors are faced with the consequences of the events at April's wedding; Alex reacts to the news about his father; Callie and Arizona make a decision about their relationship)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (When Leonard buys a dining room table, Sheldon re-evaluates the changes in his life; Bernadette is torn when Wolowitz gets the chance to go back to space)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Alan asks Lyndsey to choose between him and Larry; Jenny worries that she and Brooke are growing apart)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (Simon offers to organize a bar mitzvah for a client's son, but things go south when Zach has a run-in with an ex)
Community on NBC (Jeff helps Duncan romance Britta; Britta runs into some old anarchist friends and discovers they've moved on; Abed accidentally destroys some of Hickey's drawings; Chang has a supernatural experience)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Ben tries to surprise Leslie with an anniversary gift; Tom and Andy help Leslie put a positive spin on the merger; April flexes her authority as Donna's boss)
American Idol on Fox (The singers face elimination; Candice Glover performs; Jake Bugg performs)
The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo (Patti asks a friend for help finding a spoiled man the right partner; a former NFL player who has been married twice wants to find the right woman)
Captain Philips: Somali Pirates Inside Story on Discovery (Phillips and the crew of the Maersk Alabama are rescued after being taken hostage by Somalian pirates)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie and Sean start a competition to see who can score first with a gorgeous woman)
Portlandia on IFC (A young woman is haunted by very smart ghosts; Doug and Claire make a big commitment to one another; Kath and Dave make the most of fifteen minutes; Sandra finally finds a soul mate; Fred is visited by a Date Fact Checker)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers are challenged to create a steampunk look; Anya confronts one of her designers)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (MVP will make the main event match official as Magnus and Samoa Joe sign the contract for the World Title bout)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (The life of ``Toddlers & Tiaras'' star Alana, aka Honey Boo Boo and her family)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Stupid Human Tricks, Simon Helberg, Young the Giant
Jimmy Fallon: Denzel Washington, Shaun White, Sara Bareilles
Jimmy Kimmel: Kerry Washington, Michael Strahan, Juicy J featuring Wiz Khalifa
Craig Ferguson: Julia Stiles, Dave Itzkoff, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire
Seth Meyers: Lena Dunham, Anthony Mackie, John Mayer Trio
Carson Daly: Tim Heidecker & Davin Wood, Washed Out, "Aatsinki"
Tavis Smiley: Forest Whitaker
Daily Show: Kevin Roose
Colbert Report: Jeff Goldblum
Chelsea Lately: Michelle Dockery, Dustin Ybarra, Fortune Feimster, Kurt Braunohler
Conan O'Brien: John C. Reilly, Pete Holmes, the Haden Triplets featuring Ry Cooder
Arsenio Hall: Cloris Leachman, Tommy Chong, Ashley Wagner, J. Holiday