Taylor Swift was scheduled to spend an hour meeting pediatric cancer patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York over the weekend. However, she was so taken by them that she decided to stay for nearly five hours. Video of the Taylor’s visit was uploaded by the mother of a patient named Shelby Huff. It shows Taylor goofing off with Shelby, as well as giving the teen tips on learning to play the guitar. "We are still in awe," the family wrote on their Facebook page. "Taylor Swift is a class act all around, she was so sweet, compassionate..."
Lady Gaga enlisted the stars of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to make cameos in her just-released "G.U.Y." video -- but two are noticeably missing: Brandi Glanville and Joyce Giraud. Is the pop superstar not a fan? Apparently, Brandy was too busy promoting her second book, Drinking and Dating, in New York, while Joyce chose to skip participating because she's pissed at the other ladies following the the dramatic RHOBH reunion. Uh-huh. Do they really expect us to believe that two attention-loving reality stars turned down being in a Gaga video by choice?
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and jazz singer Norah Jones surprised us all when they released Foreverly, a track-for-track tribute to the Everly Brothers’ 1958 LP Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, last year. And now, the pair has released a romantic new video for their version of the song “Kentucky.” In the clip, a couple of young lovers hit the surf, go skinny dipping and blast bottles with a BB gun. Set against a beachside sunset, it’s all about that summer love.
Former TV court Judge Joe Brown was arrested and jailed in Memphis, Tennessee on Monday on a contempt of court charge. The 66-year-old, who was in court to represent a client in a child-support case, was sentenced by to five days in jail after a heated argument that took place in the courtroom. TMZ reports that Brown allegedly became verbally abusive, even after being warned to calm down several times. Brown hosted his eponymous reality court TV show, Judge Joe Brown, for 15 years. The syndicated show was canceled just last year.
The Wolf of Wall Street, Delivery Man, Walking with Dinosaurs, Crave, Beneath, The Conspiracy, The Great Beauty, Hairbrained, The Past, California Scheming, The Punk Singer, Angels in Stardust, Odd Thomas, The Truth About Emanuel and Welcome to the Jungle are all out on DVD today.
PRIME TIME TV
NCIS on CBS (When a former NCIS agent's body washes ashore in New Orleans, Gibbs reunites with NCIS Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride (Scott Bakula) to determine if the murder was politically motivated or related to a well-known case)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (Eric witnesses his friend, a computer systems expert, being attacked by people who want information that could redirect a missile; Kensi runs into a familiar face in Afghanistan)
The Voice on NBC (Advisers Aloe Blacc, The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert and Jill Scott offer their help to the singers, as the battle rounds continue)
Glee on Fox (April (Kristin Chenoweth) and Holly (Gwyneth Paltrow) try to save the glee club; Santana and Rachel must make amends after their fight)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (When Jake's investigation into a philanthropic leader is shut down, he turns to Amy and reluctant Capt. Holt for help; premarital problems leave Charles devastated)
Game of Arms on AMC (Nick Zinna and Mike Selearis compete when Kansas City faces New York)
The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo (Carole and Aviva's fight shocks party guests; Ramona helps Avery get ready for the prom; Kristen is pressured to partake in a brutal mud run)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Payton struggles to perform a challenging number; Maddie and Mackenzie compete against each other; Christi considers home school for Chloe)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Kailyn and Javi celebrate their wedding; Chelsea graduates from esthetician school; Jenelle accepts a plea; Jeremy turns down a local job)
Cougar Town on TBS (Jules convinces Chick to look at houses nearby; Grayson accidentally suggests Chick move in; Travis' college graduation; Jules' most-important-friend list)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Emma Watson, Nick Offerman, a musical tribute to Johnny Cash
Jimmy Fallon: Jude Law, Shakira
Jimmy Kimmel: Nicole Kidman, Alyson Hannigan
Craig Ferguson: Howie Mandel, Ginger Gonzaga, the Belle Brigade
Seth Meyers: Kim Kardashian, Taran Killam, Arianna Huffington
Daily Show: Amy Yates Wuelfing, Gibby Haynes
Colbert Report: Jimmy Carter
Chelsea Lately: Jayma Mays, John Caparulo, Sarah Colonna, Ron G
Conan O'Brien: Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Rachael Harris, Lucius
Arsenio Hall: Dule Hill, Danny Brown, Miki Sudo, DJ Spider