Britney Spears has had it with the X Factor. TMZ is reporting that Brit's not coming back to serve as a judge on the show next season, giving up her salary of $15 million. According to their sources, Britney had fun working on the show, but she wants to focus on her music. She's in the studio now working on her eighth studio album If you have your heart set on seeing Kim Kardashian's baby-to-be, you'll have to be patient.
Kim and Kanye West -- who never met a camera they didn't like -- are reversing course and won't be introducing their first child to fans via TV cameras or photographs. An insider tells Us Magazine that Kim is "ready to dial back from being so public" and "she doesn't even want the baby to be seen for the first six months." The source adds that the parents-to-be "have decided as a family that their baby is not going to be on the shows." Kim's sister Kourtney didn't feel the same -- she's been putting her children -- Mason, 3, and Penelope, 6 months -- in front of the cameras ever since they entered the world.
We may be in for a slew of pot jokes when Justin Bieber hosts Saturday Night Live on February 9th. That's because the Bieb has declared nothing off-limits, including his alleged weed addiction. In fact, Justin has reportedly told producers to go as far as they want. Justin will also serve as the night's musical guest. He's in good company. Others who've pulled double duty on SNL include Bruno Mars, Elton John, Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, Mick Jagger, Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez.
The Hunger Games" dominated the "People's Choice Awards" last night. It won FIVE trophies, including Favorite Movie of the Year. KATY PERRY won four categories, and SANDRA BULLOCK was given the first ever "Favorite Humanitarian" award for her work in
PSY will bring some Gangnam Style to the Super Bowl -- in an ad for Wonderful brand pistachios. In the ad, the Korean kingpin wears a pistachio-green suit and will display his own unique way to crack open the nuts. The company has already begun placing displays featuring PSY in supermarkets in advance of the ad's first airing. One ad expert tells USA Today that the company may regret shelling out big bucks for PSY. Robert Thompson says, "Pistachios will get a lot of attention for signing PSY, and when you're in the pistachio business, that's a good thing. But PSY already is becoming an old joke."