Miley Cyrus got lucky last night, but not in the way you might think. TMZ reports that the Maserati that was stolen from Cyrus' home on Sunday night has been recovered. According to the outlet, someone spotted Miley's expensive car parked on a Simi Valley street and called the cops. The car, which did not appear to be damaged, is in police custody where it is being dusted for prints. The outlet adds that law enforcement is also reviewing surveillance video at Cyrus’ house to see if they can get any more information about the thieves. In addition to taking the $102,000 2014 Maserati Quattroporte, the thieves got away with a slew of Cyrus' jewelry.
Nirvana fans have likely read all about the band's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, but now the entire 38-minute Nirvana event is available online. "The momentum and excitement at the time was so great because there was just like this new thing happening," Cobain says toward the beginning of the clip, which blends band-shot footage with live performances and interviews. The segment also finds drummer Dave Grohl and and bassist Krist Novoselic discussing the band’s legacy, a touching induction speech by R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe and a series of wide-ranging performances by the surviving members of the band, fronted by female rockers Joan Jett, Kim Gordon, St. Vincent and Lorde.
Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o has officially joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII. The actress had long been rumored to be up for a part in the J.J. Abrams-directed franchise reboot, but had been left off the initial casting announcement that was revealed in April. In addition to Nyong'o, Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie has been added to the film in an unspecified role. The two actresses join original Star Wars trilogy cast members Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill for the sequel, as well as Adam Driver, Max von Sydow and Oscar Isaac.
Breaking Bad: The Complete Series, Breeding Farm, In the Blood, Lone Survivor, The Motel Life, RoboCop and Son of God are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (Hosts of ``The View'' help Chris Powell transform a mother and son who have turned to food to cope with the absence of a husband and father)
Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Former professional baseball player David Justice's wife trades places with musician Dweezil Zappa's wife)
America's Got Talent on NBC (Hopefuls from across the country audition for the judges)
I Wanna Marry Harry on Fox (Paparazzi interrupt a date that includes a hot-air-balloon ride and a secluded picnic; the women show off their dance moves during a pool party)
Deadliest Catch on Discovery (One captain faces the possible end of a career; a captain prepares to check into rehab; the Coast Guard loses one of their own)
True Tori on Lifetime (Tori and Dean give viewers an update about their road to reconciliation and answer questions)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (The girls promote their new book and Derick does some secret planning. Pulling off an intricate proposal)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Martin Short, John Oliver, Spanish Gold
Jimmy Fallon: Jonah Hill, Rahm Emanuel, Soundgarden
Jimmy Kimmel: Tom Cruise, Alyssa Milano
Craig Ferguson: Amanda Peet, Kit Harington
Seth Meyers: Dennis Miller, Anna Chlumsky, Bastille
Carson Daly: Aisha Tyler, Deap Vally, Tokyo Police Club
Daily Show: Ricky Gervais
Colbert Report: Morgan Freeman
At Midnight: Max Silvestri, Nick Thune, Kristen Schaal
Chelsea Lately: Giovanni Ribisi, Jeff Wild, Natasha Leggero, Josh Wolf
Conan O'Brien: Jane Fonda, Ramon Rodriguez, Twin Shadow