Momager Kris Jenner's new talk show is getting a test run this summer. Kris will be a daily one-hour talker featuring celebrity guests and discussions about fashion, beauty and lifestyle topics. Kim Kardashian's mom says, "This is something I have wanted to do all my life, so it’s definitely a dream come true! I can’t wait for this new adventure to begin."
Jamie-Lynn Sigler just got engaged to Washington Nationals infielder Cutter Dykstra. On Instagram she posted “So this just happened” with a picture of her rock. Dykstra, the son of former Mets star Lenny Dykstra, Tweeted, “She said yes!!”
Barbara Walters was just recovering from a fall during the Presidential Inaugural festivities, when she found herself with an extended hospital stay. She now has the chickenpox and is expected to rest for a few more days.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are moving to London. Mila will be shooting a movie there for at least 6 months and Ashton decided he didn't want to be without her for that long. They're house-hunting, but rumors are swirling that he's ready to settle down with her permanently. But first he has to get divorced from Demi Moore.
Tina Fey says she developing a Mean Girls musical with her composer husband. Tina wrote the screenplay for the 2004 movie, which starred Lindsay Lohan. Tina said she'd like to cast Mariah Carey in it. Tina said Mariah knows all the characters following her recent fight with her fellow American Idol judge Nicki Minaj. During the brawl, Mariah was adamant that she was no Regina George, the meanest of the mean girls. Tina agrees. She wants Mariah to play Regina's mother, who was played by Amy Poehler in the film.
Bradley Cooper has denied reports he's planning to play Lance Armstrong in a tell-all bio-pic. Last week, he told the BBC that he would be interested in the role, but the other night at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, he said "Oh my God, that's so nuts." Bradley says he "had no idea" what the BBC interviewer was talking about or that producer J.J. Abrams has the rights.
Frank Ocean says he wants Chris Brown prosecuted for punching him in their Sunday night brawl over a parking space at a LA area recording studio. Although no charges have been filed, a LA County Sheriff's spokesman said that Ocean "is desirous of prosecution in this incident." Witnesses told deputies that Brown punched Ocean, which differs from TMZ's initial report that said Ocean was the aggressor. TMZ is also reporting that Brown threw the first punch, and it came after Ocean rejected his handshake and laughed in his face. They add that as the fight escalated, it moved into the lobby of the studio and the place was wrecked. The studio's receptionist was the person who made the 911 call. Too much drama!