Kanye West got booed on both Friday and Saturday while performing at London’s Wireless Festival. On the first night, the rapper upset the crowd by venting for more than 10 minutes about how hard it is for him to make it in the fashion industry. "I’m not dissing Louis Vuitton, I’m not dissing the Gucci group... I’m just saying, don’t discriminate against me because I’m a black man, or because I’m a celebrity, to determine that I can’t create," he complained. On the second night, Kanye performed again to fill in for Drake, who pulled out due to illness. When the crowd started chanting "We want Drake," Kanye stopped the music and reminded them of his hard work ethic: "You know I go to the studio till 3 a.m. so you can listen to the music in your car." Does guy ever know when to shut up?
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson have finally tied the knot! People reports that the couple of four years married at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California over the weekend. "We are overwhelmed with complete happiness and love having made our eternal commitment," the newlyweds said in an exclusive statement on Saturday. "To say 'I do' in front of family, friends and, most importantly, our children has been the happiest moment of our lives." Simpson reportedly wore a custom Carolina Herrera gown as she and Johnson exchanged vows in front of 250 guests. The couple's 1-year-old son Ace served as a ring bearer and their 2-year-old daughter Maxwell walked down the aisle as a flower girl.
Joan Rivers stormed out of a CNN interview this Saturday after accusing anchor Fredricka Whitfield of unfairly questioning her. The 81-year-old Fashion Police host took offense when the anchor described her fashion critiques as "mean." Defending herself, Rivers said, "I’m sure I say the same things that all your viewers say to their friends sitting next to them on the couch. These ladies make $28 million a picture. You really think that Nicki Minaj cares I didn’t like her dress?” When Whitfield went on to ask her why she chose to wear a fur coat on the cover of her new book Diary of a Mad Diva, Rivers responded, "Are you wearing leather shoes? Then shut up." The agitated comedian then walked off the set, telling Whitfield, "You are not the one to interview a person who does humor, sorry."
In a new interview with Us Weekly, CeeLo Green revealed that he decided to leave The Voice because it “became a job.” Explaining that his role as a coach became “very, very obligating… taxing and tiring” Green says he decided to part ways with the show amicably. "I still tip my hat to Adam [Levine] and Blake [Shelton] and those guys who continuously do it, but I think I ran my course there just naturally,” Green said. The “Forget You” singer also opened up about how he got involved with the show in the first place and explained that it was Levine who contacted him first.
NEW MUSIC This week, Australian singer and songwriter Sia releases 1000 Forms of Fear, her sixth studio album featuring “Chandelier.” Meanwhile, English heavy metal act Judas Priest premieres their 17th studio album Redeemer of Souls. And pop and rock singer Richard Marx drops Beautiful Goodbye, the singer’s 11th studio album.
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelorette on ABC (Andi travels to the hometowns of Nick, Chris, Josh and Marcus; the group hears about Eric Hill's accident)
24: Live Another Day on Fox (Audrey tries to prevent a war by pursuing diplomatic channels; Jack, Kate and Mark hope to find their target before time runs out)
Hoarders on Lifetime (A massive boardwalk memorabilia hoard; a woman's collection may cost her everything; updates reveal what happened after the show)
The '90s: The Last Great Decade on NatGeo (Follow the 90's as America became divided and fragmented. A religious cult in Texas; American soldiers in Somalia; women's figure skating)
CeeLo Green's The Good Life on TBS (Preparing for an appearance on ``Conan''; helping T-Mo and Khujo pitch a children's cartoon that leaves everyone speechless)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (How will Triple H & Stephanie McMahon react to Roman Reigns' and Dean Ambrose's defiance?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Halle Berry, Steve Young, War on Drugs
Jimmy Fallon: Kiefer Sutherland, Nicole Richie, Crosby, Stills & Nash
Jimmy Kimmel: Gerard Butler, Meagan Good, Matisyahu (R 6/10/14)
Craig Ferguson: Kathy Griffin, Ingrid Michaelson
Seth Meyers: Brian Williams, Chrissy Teigen, Charli XCX
Daily Show: Pre-empted
Colbert Report: Pre-empted
Chelsea Lately: Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Ian Karmel (R 6/24/14)
Conan O'Brien: Martin Short, Jessica Pare, Kelis (R 5/1/14)