Patrice Wilson, the man behind the disastrous "Friday" by Rebecca Black, "It's Thanksgiving" by Nicole Westbrook and "Chinese Food" by Alison Gold, is back with new music. This time, the producer teams up with a new singer named Gina Naomi Baez for a track called "Cupcakes".
Circuit Judge Mike Maggio, who leaked confidential details about an adoption involving Charlize Theron in 2012, has agreed to step down from his job as a judge. If Supreme Court approves the settlement, the Arkansas judge will be suspended with pay for the remainder of 2014 before leaving his office.
Actress Tisha Campbell-Martin opened up about being raped at the age of three when she appeared in an episode of "The Daily Helpline" recently. The actress, who is mostly remembered for her shows "Martin" and "My Wife & Kids", dropped the bomb when she offered advice to a victim of sexual abuse.
Known for his role as rookie pilot in "Top Gun", Tom Cruise may next lead a ship crew. The "Mission: Impossible" hunk is reportedly offered to star in Millennium Films' action film "South China Sea" to be directed by Mans Marlind & Bjorn Stein, who worked behind the lens on "Underworld: Awakening".
Lifetime has offered a first look at "The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story" via a clip. The video highlights the tension on the set of "Saved by the Bell" as the actors who portray the cast of the 1990s popular sitcom are fighting during a promotional photo shoot.
Blake Lively responded to Martha Stewart's previous joke about her new career path as a lifestyle blogger. Blake told E! Online on Wednesday, August 6, "Who doesn't want to be Martha Stewart? Martha Stewart has been a huge inspiration to me my entire life."
Don't expect to see Melanie Griffith at cinemas when the highly-anticipated "Fifty Shades of Grey" opens in the U.S. early next year. The actress recently revealed that daughter Dakota Johnson, understandably, didn't allow her to watch the movie based on E.L. James' erotic novel.
Landon Donovan suddenly announced his decision to end his professional soccer career. The 32-year-old athlete took to Facebook on Thursday, August 7 to share the news to his fans, writing, "After careful deliberation and after many conversations with those closest to me, I have decided that this will be my last season as a professional soccer player."
Nicki Minaj has offered a behind-the-scenes look at her highly-anticipated "Anaconda" music video. In a YouTube clip she shared on Thursday, August 7, the raptress leaves little to the imagination as she dons some revealing dresses and shakes her famous booties alongside her backing dancers on a jungle-themed set.
The palace reveals in a press release published on Thursday, August 7 that Prince William is set to become a helicopter pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance. William will work as a co-pilot in Spring 2015 after completing a mandatory training period this fall and winter.
Adam Sandler and his company HP Production have won a legal drama against a former nanny who complained about working conditions at his household. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, a woman named Deanne McDonald started working for the actor's family in 2009. After McDonald left, she raised the issue about her employment.
Kristen Stewart graces the cover of Elle magazine's September issue. The actress, who gained popularity for portraying Bella Swan in "Twilight" movies, wears a strapless black dress on the front page. She completes her chic looks with shiny chains and giant locks.
20th Fox Century has released a new trailer for its animated comedy "The Book of Life". While not shedding much light on the plotline, the video can certainly capture the hearts of moviegoers with the colorful and stunning visuals.
Joan Rivers backtracked her comments about Palestinians who lost their lives during Israel's air strikes, saying that they were taken out of context. In a statement released on her Facebook on Thursday, August 7, the comedian said, "I am both saddened and disappointed that my statement about the tragedy of civilian casualties was totally taken out of context."
Robert Downey Jr.'s son, Indio Falconer Downey, has been charged with felony drug possession following his cocaine arrest on June 29. According to TMZ, Indio, 20, was also charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
Sony is merging two projects very similar in subjects, about the Greek Gods on earth. Stan Lee's "Apollo Rising" will be melded with Victoria Aveyard's "Eternal" to make a not-yet-titled Greek Gods project.
Kourtney Kardashian compares her baby bump to her mother Kris Jenner's in a throwback photo. The 35-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star, who is now expecting her third child with longtime boyfriend Scott Disick, uploaded her nude photo from her first pregnancy. She added an old photo of a nude, pregnant Jenner beside it and wrote, "I got it from my mama."
"Once Upon a Time" has released a new photo from its "Frozen (2013)"-themed storyline. The picture offers the first look at Elizabeth Lail's Anna, who is featured alongside her sister Elsa a.k.a. the Snow Queen (Georgina Haig).
The Lonely Island is getting their own movie. Variety reports that Universal Picture has acquired the untitled The Lonely Island project that will star the comedy trio consisting of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone.
Justin Bieber just spoke to Malala Yousafzai on FaceTime and he wanted to show off their friendship. The Canadian heartthrob took to Instagram on Wednesday, August 6 to share a photo of him and the 17-year-old education activist's video chat and he could not help gushing over her and her effort to promote education for girls.
The existing and future novels in Anne Rice's "The Vampire Chronicles" series are safely secured by Universal and Imagine Entertainment. The companies have struck a juicy deal with Rice's estate to access the entire library of her series that center around 18th Century French nobleman-turned-vampire Lestat de Lioncourt.
Christina Hendricks brings her "Mad Men" alter ego to a modern office in a hilarious Funny or Die video. Hendricks, dressing as her character Joan Harris, is confused with new phones and can't figure out how to use computer and a fax machine.
Some New Yorkers had an unforgettable subway ride when the Broadway cast of "The Lion King" recently boarded on the same train and treated them with an a capella rendition of "Circle of Life". The performance happened while the cast members were taking a break between shows in late June.
Ramona Singer took to Twitter on Thursday, August 7 to announce that she decided to leave her husband of 20 years, Mario Singer. She tweeted, "I have decided to move on with my life without Mario. I tried my best to make my marriage work. I am excited for the new chapter in my life."
Mick Jagger and Sting are among 200 public figures who call for Scotland to stay in the U.K.
The British celebrities have signed a letter which was organized by a group called "Let's Stay Together", a group of people outside Scotland who don't have the rights to vote, urging Scottish voters to vote no in a historic referendum on September 18. Scotland has been in the union for 307 years.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar has blasted Dustin Diamond for saying bad things about his experience working on "Saved by the Bell" in his 2009 tell-all book. Both actors co-starred on the 1990s NBC sitcom, but they apparently have different memories about what happened behind the scenes.
Beyonce Knowles is going to have a big night at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. MTV announced on Thursday, August 7 that not only would the diva be among performers at the event but she'd also receive the coveted Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, joining previous honorees like Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Madonna and Jacko himself.
Both HBO and "True Detective" creator Nic Pizzolatto were quick to dismiss a plagiarism accusation against the writer. Pizzolatto denied that he was directly lifting some of the dialogue on the hit show, particularly the philosophical reflections of Matthew McConaughey's Rust Cohle, from the works of various authors including horror novelist Thomas Ligotti.
"The Interview" would head to North American theaters on Christmas Day instead of October 10. Sony announced on Thursday, August 7 that the controversial action-comedy movie would like to benefit from the holiday season.