Great news, ladies (and some men): According to People magazine, Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas have called it quits after nearly two years of dating. "He found her too needy and it just wasn't working out," a source claims. Ouch. Meanwhile, another insider close to the adorable 29-year-old ginger insists, "This is an amicable decision and they are very much still the best of friends but they have decided to go their separate ways." We're available to be your rebound, Harry...
Despite being notoriously tight-lipped about her personal life, Emma Stone declared her love for boyfriend Andrew Garfield during her Tuesday appearance on Good Morning America. "It's like a dream to work with him," Stone gushed. "He's obviously one of the greatest actors I think we have alive today, and he's also just a remarkable human being, so I love him very much." The 25-year-old actress and Garfield, 30, have been linked since 2011, when filming on The Amazing Spider-Man began.
Following rumors that actresses Naya Rivera and Lea Michele have been fighting on the set of Glee, the New York Daily News is reporting that Rivera has been fired. PopWrapped also claims that Rivera will not return to the show next season and Us Weekly previously claimed that a rift between the actresses led to a "major altercation" on set earlier this month. Meanwhile, Rivera's rep told The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday that the rumors “are absolutely untrue.” Hmmm..
David Arquette is a daddy once again! Us Weekly reports that the 42-year-old actor and his girlfriend Christina McLarty welcomed son Charlie West into the world on Monday. "Charlie West is here. They are thrilled …[and] baby is healthy," a source told the outlet Tuesday. Baby Charlie is the second child for the actor. His daughter Coco, with ex-wife Courteney Cox, is 9 years old.
Have you been missing your weekly dose of Donnie Wahlberg since his family’s A&E series, Wahlburgers, ended? Then you’re in luck! TV Guide announced Tuesday that Wahlberg, along with his New Kids on the Block bandmates, will be starring in a new reality series. The eight episode series, called Rock This Boat: New Kids on the Block, will follow the band on a week-long cruise with several diehard fans, chosen in a casting special that will precede the series premiere. There is no word yet on when the show will air.
Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill were confirmed yesterday as cast members in Star Wars: Episode VII, which will soon begin shooting in Britain under director J.J. Abrams. Rumors that the original Star Wars cast members would return for the franchise reboot have been swirling since all three were all spotted over the weekend in London. They'll be joined by Max von Sydow, as well as Inside Llewyn Davis star Oscar Isaac and Girls' Adam Driver, who also had a small role alongside Isaac in the Coen Brothers' latest film.
Modern Family on ABC (Phil cannot handle the stress when he tells Claire an elaborate lie; Gloria is tasked with organizing this year's family portrait; Jay covertly enters Stella in a dog show)
Nashville on ABC (Scarlett's breakdown drives everyone to pin blame on each other; Juliette turns to Avery but finds him preoccupied by Scarlett)
Survivor on CBS (A castaway's bidding strategy at an auction could pay off; a castaway tries to secure his safety by showing off his idol)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (The FBI's Cyber Crime Division works with the CSIs as they investigate the murder of a prominent casino owner's wife)
Chicago PD on NBC (As Voight and his team search for the bombers, they realize there might be more bombs set to detonate; Burgess' niece fights for her life)
American Idol on Fox (The top five finalists perform for the judges; guest mentor Jason Mraz)
Catfish Untold Stories Special on MTV (Resolved tales from the past told by the people who lived them)
Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (When Victoria wants an Oscar nomination, her friends try to convince Academy members to consider her)
David Letterman: Kiefer Sutherland, Adam Resnick, Benjamin Booker
Jimmy Fallon: David Spade, Sophia Bush, the Both
Jimmy Kimmel: Leslie Mann, Tony Hale, Franz Ferdinand
Craig Ferguson: Jim Gaffigan, Rachael Taylor
Seth Meyers: Lucy Liu, Barney Frank, Parquet Courts
Carson Daly: Marc Webb, the Colourist, "The Humor Code"
Daily Show: Martin Gilens, Benjamin Page
Colbert Report: Audra McDonald
At Midnight: Baron Vaughn, Rove McManus, Adam Cayton-Holland
Chelsea Lately: Helen Hunt, John Caparulo, Claire Titelman, Greg Fitzsimmons
Conan O'Brien: Seth Green, Dave Attell, O.A.R.
Watch What Happens Live: Jordan Knight, Nick Carter
Arsenio Hall: Shemar Moore, Malina Moye & Bootsy Collins