“Saturday Night Live” star Kenan Thompson is a married man, reports Us Weekly.
Thompson, 33, and model Christine Evangeline married last Friday in the comedian’s hometown of Atlanta.
"[They're] very happy. They've lived together as a couple and were excited to share the moments with close friends," a source tells Us. The lovebirds were introduced the traditional Hollywood way: by a talent manager.
Lifetime has "Dance Moms" and ABC has dancing "Stars," and now TLC is getting into the dance competition business with a show temporarily being called "Irish Dancing Tweens" (a working title).
The network known for series like “19 Kids and Counting,” “Extreme Couponing” and, of course, “Toddlers and Tiaras,” has started production on a new series about the competitive world of Irish step dancing, according to a statement from the network.
“TLC is excited to share this subculture of dance with our audience,” TLC’s General Manager Amy Winter says in the statement. “Irish jig dancing is a global phenomenon and the series will reveal the world behind the sport in a compelling combination of heart and competition.”
Kelly Rowland has mentioned on the red carpet that Beyonce and Jay-Z's little girl - assuming the superstar soon-to-be mom is in fact having a girl in February - will get everything she could ever desire from her industry mogul dad.
But Jay, 42, says in a new interview with GQ magazine that it's not about just spending the cash he and Bey have acquired throughout their careers.
"Providing - that's not love," the rapper tells GQ. "Being there - that's more important. I mean, we see that. We see that with all these rich socialites. They're crying out for attention; they're hurting for love. I'm not being judgmental, I'm just making an observation. They're crying out for love they didn't get at home, and they got everything. All the material things they could need and want. So we know that's not the key."
Although the "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I" is only the next to last film in the franchise, its stars already have their thoughts occupied with future plans. After all, they're officially done filming for the entire series, which means it's now time to think about post-"Twilight" life.
And if you're Robert Pattinson, you start to wonder if post-"Twi" life will mean never working again.
"Oh yeah, I think about it everyday…retiring early [that is]!" he revealed to CNN at Monday's L.A. premiere of "Breaking Dawn."
Lindsay Lohan has landed a starring role — in a comic book. Digital Spy reports that the troubled starlet appears in cartoon form in a new online comic called “inFAMOUS 2: The Fame.”
Comic superstars Pat Mills and Howard Marks created the comic, which follows celebs like Lohan as they navigate an alternate, super-powered reality introduced in the video game “inFAMOUS 2.”
Stars including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Pippa Middleton have also been given the cartoon treatment, which you can view at infamousthegame.com.
50 Cent’s a busy dude. The rapper-entrepreneur writes books, peddles energy drinks, and is currently adding to his acting resume.
TVline.com reports that Fiddy will be guest starring on a February episode of “The Finder,” an upcoming spinoff of Fox series “Bones.”
50 Cent, a.k.a. Curtis Jackson, generally applies his dramatic talents to the big screen, but he’s making an exception with “The Finder.” As its name implies, the series is about a guy who can locate basically anything, or anyone.
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