Darn you "Glee."
Just when I thought I would make it through an entire episode without crying, you got me at the end of Tuesday night's episode.
It was Fleetwood Mac night because rumors were flying ("Rumours" happens to be the title of a famous Fleetwood Mac album) about everything from Santana's sexuality to whether or not Mr. Schuester was planning to desert the kids and pursue his dream of being a Broadway star.
Mariah Carey and her husband Nick Cannon have finally revealed the names of their twins who were born in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Their son is named Moroccan Scott Cannon, with the nickname "Roc". Scott is Nick’s middle name, as well as his grandmother’s maiden name.
The top tier of Mariah’s New York City apartment is called the Moroccan Room, because of the Moroccan-inspired decor. It’s also the place where Nick proposed to his wife, overlooking Manhattan!
Their daughter’s name is Monroe Cannon. Mariah's rep says she does not have a middle name because Mariah herself does not have one. Monroe was named after Marilyn Monroe, who has been an inspiration to Mariah her whole life. FULL POST
Katy Perry opens up about kissing girls and her Christian upbringing in the June issue of Vanity Fair.
In the interview, the quirky singer, who became a household name with her 2008 hit "I Kissed a Girl," admits that she's indeed had same-sex smooches but didn't discuss it until now because she felt her male interviewers were sleazy.
"I said no, I hadn’t experienced it, even though I had, because I didn’t like where the guys were taking the interviews," she explains.
Does this count as a “Violent Torpedo of Truth”?
The age-old tale that Charlie Sheen accidentally shot Kelly Preston in the arm back in 1990 is getting an update: Sheen tells fans at his “Truth” tour stop in Vancouver that he had nothing to do with it.
Sheen, who was engaged to Preston at the time, says he was downstairs making coffee when the incident happened.
Oscar winner Rachel Weisz may soon show off her wicked side. The actress is circling the role of the Wicked Witch of the East in Disney's upcoming "Wizard of Oz" prequel, "Oz: The Great and Powerful."
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Weisz is close to signing on to play Evanorah, the evil witch who would ultimately have a house land on her when Dorothy drops by Oz. The prequel finds Evanorah attempting to rule the land and trying to draw her kid sister Theodorah — the future Wicked Witch of the West — over to the dark side.
Mila Kunis has already been cast as Theodorah in the fantasy film, and James Franco will play the titular Oz, a snake-oil salesman who encounters real magic when his balloon carries him to the mysterious land somewhere over the rainbow.
That leaves one more role up in the air, so we ask: Who do you think should play Glinda the Good Witch?
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