Video has gone viral of a drunk Charlie Sheen making a late-night Taco Bell run. The clip shows the disheveled Anger Management star introducing himself to some fans at the fast food joint's drive-thru. "Sorry, I am so f**king hammered," he slurs as he shakes their hands. The 48-year-old actor also shows off a Charlie Brown tattoo on his chest. #Winning
On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Fallon hosted his latest segment of Lip Flip starring Whoopi Goldberg. The two visually exchanged lips, therefore when Goldberg was talking, her lips would appear on Fallon's face and Fallon would have to match whatever Goldberg was saying with correct facial expressions. The two ended up singing "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" by Aretha Franklin and George Michael.
Weird Al Yankovic continues on his quest to release eight music videos in eight days with yesterday's release of "Foil," his note-for-note parody of Lorde's hit single "Royals." The clip, which features cameos from Patton Oswalt and Reno 911! stars Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant, starts off with Weird Al extolling the virtues of wrapping up leftovers in aluminum foil. It then takes a turn for the bizarre as he channels the type of crazy people who wear tinfoil hats in order to prevent Illuminati aliens from reading their thoughts. Crazy!
The official Twitter account of the World Music Awards confirmed Tuesday that Adele's upcoming album will be called 25, as fans have long suspected, and announced that its release would be followed by a tour next year. "#Adele confirms 2015 tour after the release of her new album 25!" the tweet read. Adele herself had hinted about the album title on Twitter in May, around the time of her 26th birthday, when she wrote, "Bye bye 25... see you again later in the year." While there was no word on when the album would be released, it's been suspected that Adele may drop the album as a Beyonce-style surprise.
Beatles fans can look forward to a new film documenting the Fab Four's early years as a touring band that will be directed by Ron Howard. Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono have all agreed to participate in the project. In a statement, Howard promises a documentary that will tell "this astounding story of these four young men who stormed the world in 1964. Their impact on popular culture and the human experience cannot be exaggerated." The doc will trace the band's history from its early days playing clubs in Liverpool, England and Hamburg, Germany, to their final live show at San Francisco's Candlestick Park.
Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted; the head of household competition)
Last Comic Standing on NBC (The seven remaining comics serve as tour guides on the Universal Studios tram tour; guest mentor Howie Mandel)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The remaining four chefs sample one of Ramsay's complex entrees and then must re-create it correctly; two of the chefs face elimination)
Oprah Prime on OWN (Matthew Sandusky discusses his adopted father, Jerry Sandusky, and details of the sexual abuse he experienced as a child)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Sugar Bear offers Jessica and Pumpkin hush money to keep the house quiet so he and June can have private time; Alana has no critters to play with, so June rents a goat from a farm. The family is in a car accident leaving Pumpkin in the hospital with June by her side; the family misses Pumpkin but still enjoys their freedom without Mama around; Anna and Michael get matching tattoos)
Leah Remini: It's All Relative on TLC (Leah and her sister, Shannon, try to talk their mother out of getting a tramp stamp; back at the restaurant a new cash register causes confusion and chaos for George)
Dating Naked on VH1 (Daring singles try a romantic, an adventurous and a tropical date with the hopes they will make a true connection)
LeAnn & Eddie on VH1 (The couple faces tabloid rumors about an expensive divorce; Eddie refuses to make a public statement, but then makes a comment during an interview)
David Letterman: Colin Firth, Tommy Johnagin, St. Vincent
Jimmy Fallon: John Lithgow, Miranda Kerr, Jason Mraz
Jimmy Kimmel: Dane Cook, Mark Duplass, Trey Songz (R 7/1/14)
Craig Ferguson: Julia Ormond, Dan Riskin
Seth Meyers: Julie Bowen, Brett Ratner, Ben Kronberg
Daily Show: Emma Stone
Colbert Report: Steven Wise
Chelsea Lately: Cameron Diaz, Mary McCormack, Whitney Cummings, Julian McCullough
Conan O'Brien: Jason Segel, Cameron Diaz, Matt Walsh, "Weird Al" Yankovic