Katy Perry transforms into a boozy retired Vegas dancer named Goldie in her new music video for "Birthday." "Have you ever heard that song 'The Lady is a Tramp'? That might be about me," the unrecognizable pop star says as Goldie. In a minute-long teaser clip for the video, she also becomes a Jewish MC named "Yosef Shulem," a seedy Craigslist clown, an animal trainer named Ace, and a social-media-savvy princess named Mandee. Together they are supposed to be the world's worst birthday party entertainers. Katy promises the video, which debuts in its entirety on Thursday, will be her "most insane" one yet.
Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman welcomed their second child on Tuesday, her rep confirmed to People. “Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman,” the couple told the magazine in a statement. “Olive has a new little sister, and everyone is healthy and happy!” Barrymore, who kept much of her first pregnancy a secret, decided to take a different approach the second time around, by announcing she was expecting last November.
Cameron Diaz thinks world would smell better if people stopped using antiperspirant. "I don't believe in antiperspirant," The Other Woman star recently declared to E! News. "It's really bad for you. I haven't used it for almost 20 years." The author of The Body Book then explained, "You're stinky, because you use antiperspirant. It keeps all the stink in." Diaz said that even men should stop using it: Let it go and just trim your armpit hair so it doesn't hold onto the scent," she advised. Move over, Gwyneth Paltrow -- it looks like there's a new lifestyle guru in town.
Jennifer Lawrence has been roped into the ongoing Lindsay Lohan trainwreck. In her much-talked-about new interview with Kode Magazine, Lohan apparently walked away from her interviewer when Lawrence came up in conversation, before returning to issue her opinion on the Oscar-winning actress. "She's so fake," Lohan said in regards to Lawrence's infamous stumble at the Academy Awards. She then added, "And I'm sorry, I'm not going to f**k for roles." Meanwhile, a rep for LiLo claims that Kode Magazine's entire story was fabricated. According to the rep, the interview was conducted over e-mail, which would mean the writer's accusation that LiLo drank vodka during their conversation is made up.
Avril Lavigne is getting a lot of backlash in response to the new video she released for her song “Hello Kitty” on Monday. Like Gwen Stefani did with her song “Hollaback Girl” in 2005, Lavigne’s video presents viewers with an exaggerated, appropriated version of Japanese culture, complete with a silent troupe of Japanese backup dancers that do little more than shadow Lavigne as she giggles and eats sushi in a cupcake skirt. As one YouTube comment reads, “Those dancers look like they want to curl into a ball and die. Can't say I blame them." It’s probably safe to say that wasn’t the sugary-sweet fantasy Lavigne was going for.
Rolling Stone claims The Goonies sequel may involve Steven Spielberg. Director Richard Donner tells the magazine: "Hopefully we're going to get this done, period. Steven came up with the idea of doing a sequel after 30 years. You don't do it without him. We've been trying for a long time, then he came up with another storyline and he's right on."
Modern Family on ABC (The family joins Phil as he travels to Australia to fulfill his mother's wish that he see the land where he was conceived)
Nashville on ABC (Members of the cast perform fan-favorite songs; songwriters discuss their process and the music in the show)
Survivor on CBS (Homesick castaways receive letters from loved ones; a castaway seeking intel from the competition embarks on a secret stakeout; a castaway falls while gathering coconuts)
American Idol on Fox (The six finalists perform a country song and a rock 'n' roll song for the judges)
Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Victoria's movie premiere approaches; Emmy visits with surprising news; Elka has taken a younger lover)
Unusually Thicke on TV Guide (Alan takes Carter to visit his brother Robin on the road, hoping to teach him a lesson. Tanya takes on more than she planned when she agreed to rescue a homeless animal)
David Letterman: Sally Field, Timothy Simons, Needtobreathe
Jimmy Fallon: Cameron Diaz, Jim Gaffigan, Future featuring Pusha T
Jimmy Kimmel: Tim Allen, Ginnifer Goodwin, Foster the People
Craig Ferguson: Eddie Izzard, Lyle Lovett
Seth Meyers: Colin Quinn, Paramore
Carson Daly: Brett Gelman, Sir Sly, Skaters
Daily Show: Robin Roberts
Colbert Report: John Calipari
At Midnight: Paul Scheer, Andy Daly, Brandon Johnson
Chelsea Lately: Mekhi Phifer, Chris Franjola, Sarah Colonna, guest host Loni Love
Watch What Happens Live: Marissa Tomei, Boy George
Arsenio Hall: Pat & Gina Neely, Earthquake, Samantha Ronson