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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





 
03/10/2014 6:40AM
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