Kim Kardashian took to Twitter yesterday, where she cleared up some rumors regarding her upcoming marriage to Kanye West. “We are not filming our wedding for Keeping Up With the Kardashians. You will see everything leading up til and after!” Kardashian wrote on Wednesday. The reality star also inssited that she and West are not yet married, that no guest list has been released, and that any photos you’ve seen of her wedding dress online are fake. “No one has seen my dress! Those photos are old or photoshopped,” Kardashian explained.
Hedwig himself, Neil Patrick Harris, is naked on the cover of Rolling Stone's latest issue. NPH says his decision to reveal his homosexuality did nothing but help his career, and that straight dudes want to high-five him all the time when they run into him on the street, expressing their appreciation for his How I Met Your Mother character's "bro code." "So many frat guys," says Harris' fiancé, David Burtka. "It doesn't seem right, in a way. But it's very exciting at the same time."
Willow Smith caused some controversy yesterday when a photo of the 13-year-old posing in a bed with a 20-year-old actor hit the web. But her dad, Will Smith, reportedly has no problem with the image. Talking to TMZ on Wednesday, the older Smith explained that the boy in the picture, Moises Arias, is a family friend, and that Willow is mature enough to make decisions about who she spends time with. The actor added that the photo is just an innocent "expression of art."
MTV is putting together a reboot of its popular reality show Teen Mom, but it won't be including Farrah Abraham in the onscreen reunion. A source tells Us Weekly that the network is negotiating to bring back Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell--but not Abraham, at the request of the other cast members. "They feel she set a bad example and doesn't represent the network well," the source says. "MTV agreed [to] willingly cut Farrah." When rumors of an Abraham-free reunion first started surfacing last month, Abraham told Us Weekly, "Truthfully, I was never friends with any of them."
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Meredith learns Amelia's true feelings about Seattle; Bailey deals with the consequences of her actions; Callie receives terrible news; news of a firing causes panic among the residents)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (A bad day compels Penny to re-evaluate her choices -- including Leonard; Bernadette and Howard must care for Mrs. Wolowitz; Sheldon gives Raj advice on relationships)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Alan must face the consequences after revealing his identity to Larry)
Bad Teacher on CBS (With evaluations pending, Principal Carl asks Meredith to help Ginny with student engagement; Lily thinks Meredith is taking advantage of her friendship with Irene)
American Comedy Awards on NBC (Honoring achievements in film and television; paying tribute to enduring personalities in comedy; Bill Cosby receives the Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The contestants are given 30 minutes to create an entree from surprise ingredients; Ramsay conducts one-on-one evaluations)
American Idol on Fox (A contestant is sent home)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Stefan and Elena are stranded in a remote location, where Stefan gets philosophical about Damon and Elena's relationship; Luke and Liv form a dangerous new strategy; Bonnie finally admits the truth)
Anger Management on FX (A female cop makes Charlie's life a living hell after he breaks up with her)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Featuring the showdown between Kurt Angle and Ethan Carter III. The Wolves against The BroMans in a Tag Team Championship rematch)
David Letterman: James Franco, Idina Menzel, a performance by the Broadway cast of "If/Then"
Jimmy Fallon: Michael Fassbender, Zoe Saldana
Jimmy Kimmel: Kobe Bryant, Lake Bell, Pharrell Williams
Craig Ferguson: Lisa Kudrow
Seth Meyers: Jon Hamm, Larry King, Misty Copeland
Carson Daly: Jose Antonio Vargas, Kodaline, Cameron Esposito
Tavis Smiley: Sen. Robert Menendez, Hugh Dancy
Daily Show: Katie Couric
Colbert Report: Ellen Page
At Midnight: Matt Besser, Rich Fulcher, Lauren Lapkus
Chelsea Lately: Dave Franco, Nick Thune, Heather McDonald, Ian Karmel
Conan O'Brien: Marc Maron, Rodrigo y Gabriela
Watch What Happens Live: Jason Priestley, Ricki Lake
Arsenio Hall: Talib Kweli, DJ Eque