Kanye West is chipping away at his community service hours by teaching at a Los Angeles fashion school. TMZ reports that West has visited L.A. Trade Technical College three times in the last six weeks, where he has been speaking to students about his experience in the fashion industry. Monday’s lesson reportedly lasted three hours and found West talking about various designers. The rapper, who cut a plea deal in March in connection to his attack on a paparazzo, is currently on a 24-month informal probation and owes 250 hours of community service.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are going to have another newborn to protect from the paparazzi, as Entertainment Tonight confirmed yesterday that the actors are expecting their second child. A spokesperson for the couple told the outlet, "I can confirm that Kristen and Dax are expecting their second child and a sibling for Lincoln. The whole family is beyond excited." The parents to 1-year-old Lincoln Bell Shepard started a campaign earlier this year to protect the children of celebrities from being photographed.
FOX is bringing back the entire American Idol judging panel for Season 14, Entertainment Weekly reports. Although the show hit record-low ratings this year, Idol announced on Monday that they will continue in 2015 with judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr, along with host Ryan Seacrest. “Jennifer, Keith, Harry and Ryan are the very best in the business at what they do, and I’m thrilled that they are returning to American Idol for another season,” said David Hill, senior executive vice president for 21st Century Fox. This marks the first time since Season 11 that the judges have remained the same for consecutive years.
On last night's episode of The Late Show With David Letterman, Adam Levine somewhat gave up the meaning of his band name "Maroon 5." He admitted that "the origin of the name is so bad, such a horrendous story, that we decided that shrouding it in mystery will make it a better story than the actual story." Levine then added that he has told the confidential story to one person, Billy Joel, who seemed to be unimpressed by the origin of the band's name.
Bindi Irwin is tired off seeing young girls trying to dress older than they are. In a new interview with News Corp Australia, the 15-year-old daughter of late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin said she is “a big advocate for young girls dressing their age” and argues that trying to dress older actually makes girls look like they are “trying too hard.” Explaining that she feels bad for girls who wear revealing clothes or hardly any clothes at all, Irwin says that her mother Terri has been a major influence on her personal style choices. "A pair of jeans and a T-shirt is just as gorgeous and even makes you look classier," Irwin adds.
After 10 years and a "swear count" of 10,197 expletives, Gordon Ramsay announced yesterday that he's pulling the plug on his Trans-Atlantic Kitchen Nightmares TV phenomenon. "It's been a blast, but it's time to call it a day," explained the famously profane chef, whose focus on the show was to get failing restaurants back on track, often with dramatic--and drama-filled--facelifts. No worries, though: Ramsay still has like 10,197 shows remaining on the air, be it here or abroad.
Blood Ties, The Chef, the Actor and the Scoundrel, Deadly Revenge, Repentance, Winter's Tale, Wolf Creek 2, Hellhole, Faust, When the Iron Bird Flies, Sellebrity, 300: Rise of an Empire, What Richard Did, Some Velvet Morning, Enemy, Redwood Highway, Rob the Mob, FrackNation and The Coed and the Zombie Stoner are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Olympian Amanda Beard switches places with reality-TV star Heidi Pratt)
Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (Bruce, who turned to food for comfort after allegedly suffering abuse as a child, tries to lose half his body weight; NFL legends Jerry Rice and Raghib ``Rocket'' Ismail meet with Bruce)
Deadliest Catch on Discovery (Sig welcomes a daughter; a major hydraulic leak on the Time Bandit causes problems in the engine room)
CNN Special Report: Downward Spiral: Inside The Case Against Aaron Hernandez
REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel on HBO (A match-fixing network threatens the legitimacy of professional soccer; the life of former professional baseball player Darryl Strawberry; NFL cheerleaders file lawsuits against teams; examining the world of women's bodybuilding)
Abby's Studio Rescue on Lifetime (Abby heads to Warwick, R.I. to help a struggling dance studio; a studio owner is too anxious to come to her own studio)
Cake Boss: Next Great Baker on TLC (Buddy judges 10 pairs of bakers with two new experts by his side as contestants race to iconic city locations to find inspiration for a Big Apple cake challenge)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Melissa McCarthy, Rachelle Lefevre, Phish
Jimmy Fallon: Louis C.K., Neil Young, Jack White (R 5/12/14)
Jimmy Kimmel: Roseanne Barr, Eric Dane, Tech N9NE
Craig Ferguson: David Sedaris, Moon Bloodgood
Seth Meyers: Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Gilbert Gottfried, Kip Moore (R 6/2/14)
Daily Show: Jennifer Esposito
Colbert Report: Edie Falco
Chelsea Lately: Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Ian Karmel
Conan O'Brien: Meredith Vieira, Dean Norris
Watch What Happens Live: John Oliver, Sonja Morgan
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