CBS Standard and Practice group sent emails to everyone scheduled to attend Sunday's Grammy Awards Show requesting that anyone set to appear on camera adhere to a set of wardrobe guidelines. The network is trying to avoid any unplanned flashes of nudity or exposed flesh that might offend viewers. Watch the show this Sunday at 8 on CBS.
Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson is performing at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony on Sunday. Rumor has it she will not perform one of her own songs but rather pay tribute to female icons, Patti Page and Carole King. Word is Kelly will honor Page and King with a medley of “How Much Is That Doggie in the Window” and “I Feel the Earth Move.”
Robin Roberts is all set to make her return to Good Morning America on February 20th. Robin made the announcement yesterday in an online note saying "I'm excited to re-join my wonderful GMA family. I'm also looking forward to thanking you for your many prayers and well wishes. Your compassion has been an enormous source of comfort to me and my family. I'm heading to the beach for the next week to reflect and give thanks for my many blessings." Robin has been away from the show since August to undergo treatment for a bone-marrow disorder.
Here’s what’s breaking out at the movies today. The comedy, Identity Thief and a thriller, Side Effects. Top Gun is in theaters again but in a 3D rerelease.
Gwen Stefani announced that her L.A.M.B clothing line is collaborating with Burton Snowboard to create a cold climate collection. Reportedly the collection will be inspired by a bold street style. According to E!, the line will not launch until early fall but it's reportedly going to include hounds tooth board pants and funky vibrant parkas.
John Mayer admitted to CBS Sunday Morning that he may not have been the nicest guy when it came to relationships. He said, "I was just a jerk. It's very liberating when you finally realize it's impossible to make everyone like you. I wanted everybody to like me. I thought I was one shuck and jive away in every direction." Cornball.
The series that Jennifer Lopez is executive producing, The Fosters -- has reportedly been picked up by ABC Family. The network reportedly ordered the pilot. J Lo's show is a series about a multi-ethic family with foster and biological kids being raised by two moms.
Kylie Minogue announced yesterday that she has relocated to Jay Z's Roc Nation. Kylie tweeted, "greetings from my new home rocnation #KM2013ROC." The label also announced on their website that Kylie will be joining the team.
Amanda Bynes apparently posted a picture of Jay-Z to Twitter with the caption "Ugly face" on Wednesday. She later deleted the tweet which was directed at a user who seems to have no connection to her.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb ended their month-long vow not to drink on the air on Wednesday. The Today co-hosts participated in a dry month after being challenged by Ladies Home Journal in early January.
Tony Danza is officially divorced from his wife Tracy after 24 years of marriage. The couple filed for divorce in 2011 but Tony claims they had been separated since 2006.
Lindsay Lohan is back to living at her mother's house in Long Island. Yesterday a process server representing Chase Bank delivered some ominous-sounding paperwork to the Lohan family’s