Is Snooki Pregnant Again?
The "New York Post" says SNOOKI is pregnant again. She's supposedly a few months along, but wasn't saying anything because it might torpedo some appearances she had lined up.
Snooki already has a one-year-old son named Lorenzo with her fiancé Jionni LaValle.
Miley Cyrus Tried to Make Out With Katy Perry During One of Her Concerts
KATY PERRY showed up for the MILEY CYRUS gig in Los Angeles on Saturday night . . . and Miley called her up to the edge of the stage for a kiss.
Ironically, it seemed to be Katy who got famous for her song about kissing a girl and liking it, was a little uncomfortable with the kiss. It looked like Miley tried to go with her tongue but Katy pulled away.
In related news, Miley is now orally pleasing Abe Lincoln as opposed to Bill Clinton . . . and she is doing a country version of Outkast's "Hey Ya" that many are saying is NOT great.
Katy Perry Got Booed At a Fashion Show When She Told Photographers to Shut the [Eff] Up
KATY PERRY walked the runway at a fashion show in Milan, Italy this past Thursday . . . and was BOOED by photographers after she told them, quote, "You're all going to get your picture, so shut the [eff] up."
Just 24 hours later, Katy arrived at the Los Angeles airport and was booed AGAIN, when she wouldn't talk to reporters about being booed in Milan.
Jennifer Lopez Will Star on an Upcoming NBC Cop Drama
There's no shortage of cop dramas on TV . . . but there's not one that stars JENNIFER LOPEZ. That's about to change.
NBC is developing a show called "Shades of Blue", which will star J-Lo as "a single mother and detective, who's recruited to work undercover for the FBI's anti-corruption task force." It's set to premiere in the fall of next year.
NBC Is Bringing "Heroes" Back for 13-Episodes
NBC is bringing "Heroes" back for a 13-episode limited run sometime next year. They're calling it "Heroes Reborn" . . . and it sounds like it'll be a spin-off.
The network won't discuss the storyline, other than to say it's, quote, "shrouded in secrecy" . . . but we do know it'll involve a new cast of characters, and that some of the show's former stars may "pop back in" for cameos.
The original series ran from 2005 to 2010. It was a sensation in its first season . . . but interest in the show declined sharply as it went on. But apparently, NBC thinks there may be some more meat on the bone.
"The LEGO Movie" Holds Onto #1 and Gets a Sequel
"The LEGO Movie" made another $31.5 million at the box office this weekend, and easily held onto its #1 spot for a third straight week. The movie's doing so well that Warner Bros. has already announced the sequel's release date, and it's getting the full summer blockbuster treatment. "The LEGO Movie 2" will hit theaters on May 26th, 2017.
As for the two new releases this weekend, they never had a chance: KEVIN COSTNER'S action movie "3 Days to Kill" made $12.3 million in second place . . . while the gladiator drama "Pompeii" took third with $10 million.
Here are this week's Top 5 movies:
1. "The LEGO Movie", $31.5 million. Up to $183 million in its 3rd week
2. (NEW) "3 Days to Kill", $12.3 million.
3. (NEW) "Pompeii", $10 million.
4. "RoboCop", $9.4 million. Up to $43.6 million in its 2nd week.
5. "The Monuments Men", $8.1 million. Up to $58.1 million in its 3rd week.