Rapper Drake’s anticipated “Thank Me Later" album is still weeks away from its June 15 release date, but the "Best I Ever Had" artist is still busy feeding the fire.
VEVO premiered the video for Drake's first single "Over" today, and the Young Money star hopes it'll show his artistic side.
"This is my first video," he explained to MTV in March. "I've shot a lot of videos before, but this is my first attempt to establish myself as Drake the artist."
Celebrity gossip sites and blogs have been buzzing with news of a post Reggie Bush dating show for Kim Kardashian. But rumors that the reality TV star has been shopping around a dating show are false.
Kardashian posted on her Twitter Sunday, “I've been hearing are all of these rumors I'm in talks to do a dating show! LOL...NO truth to that!”
Looks like Kardashian will stick to her family’s E! reality shows, “Keeping up with the Kardashians” and “Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami,” for now.
Would you watch a Kim Kardashian dating show?
Fox knows how to work a cross over when it comes to their shows (take note of the musical themed episodes planned for “Fringe” and other series in celebration of the success and return of “Glee.”)
In May, the “American Idol” gang will be visiting Springfield during “The Simpsons’” season finale.
Judges Simon Cowell, Ellen DeGeneres, Kara DioGuardi, Randy Jackson and host Ryan Seacrest will be even more animated than they are during their critiques of contestants when they join Bart and the rest of the Springfield inhabitants on an episode scheduled to air May 23.
A spokesperson for Jane Lynch confirmed to CNN that the “Glee” star and her partner, Lara Embry, are engaged.
“Yes, it’s true,” said Gabrielle Krengel, a spokesperson for Lynch. “Jane and Lara are thrilled to be engaged.”
And the winner of the Conan O'Brien sweepstakes is ... TBS.
According to a press release sent out by the cable network (which, like CNN, is a unit of Time Warner), the comedian is joining TBS to host a late-night show that is expected to debut in November. O'Brien's show will be followed on TBS' schedule by George Lopez's "Lopez Tonight," which will move to midnight.
"In three months I've gone from network television to Twitter to performing live in theater, and now I'm headed to basic cable," O'Brien said in the statement. "My plan is working perfectly."
He also Tweeted Monday: "The good news: I will be doing a show on TBS starting in November! The bad news: I'll be playing Rudy on the all new Cosby Show."
O'Brien is currently embarking on a nationwide comedy tour, but he made bigger headlines earlier this year when NBC decided to move Jay Leno back to "The Tonight Show's" late-night slot. O'Brien, who had been hosting "Tonight," left the network.
Since his departure at the end of February, O'Brien has joined Twitter and decided to follow someone at random; launched a 32-city comedy tour (which will include much of his "Tonight Show" crew); and been the subject of countless rumors as to where he will land when a non-compete clause with NBC is over.
LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) - Ray J Norwood is a self-described "reality junkie" and now he's getting his big sister Brandy to share his addiction.
VH1's "Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business" follows the musical siblings and their parents as the Norwoods work together to move their careers to another level.
"I think it's going to open up a lot of doors for me and for Ray," Brandy told CNN. FULL POST
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