A Judge Has Ordered a Hunt for Legendary DJ Casey Kasem
The children of legendary DJ CASEY KASEM don't know where he is . . . and they got a judge to order an investigation into his whereabouts.
Casey is 82 years old and suffering from advanced Parkinson's disease. He can no longer speak, and his current wife Jean has been moving him to various facilities and keeping his children from seeing him.
Yesterday, Casey's daughter Kerri was appointed her father's temporary caretaker . . . but Jean's attorney told the court he DIDN'T KNOW WHERE CASEY WAS.
He said Casey had been removed from the country . . . but an attorney for Kerri says the kids believe he's on an Indian reservation in Washington state. (???)
Beyonce's Sister Attacked Jay Z in an Elevator
JAY Z, BEYONCÉ and her sister SOLANGE KNOWLES went to a fashion event in New York last week. And apparently something happened at an after party that made Solange ATTACK Jay Z in an elevator.
TMZ released the surveillance video, and since there's no audio, it's unclear what Solange was upset about. But she was FREAKING OUT.
She yells, lunges at Jay, pushes him, hits him with her arms and purse, kicks at him, and has to be restrained by a guy who looks like a bodyguard.
The whole thing lasts over three minutes, and you can see the bodyguard pushing buttons while he's bear-hugging Solange. We're assuming he stopped the elevator to keep things private. She finally stops a couple minutes in, but keeps yelling.
Then when the doors open she goes at him AGAIN, before they finally get out.
Supposedly it was over something Jay Z said, that she took the wrong way. But no one's commented yet. And the footage was leaked by hotel security.
Did Selena Gomez Make Guys Named Justin Change Their Names When They Worked With Her?
Here's how badly SELENA GOMEZ wants to forget about JUSTIN BIEBER: She was shooting an Adidas commercial, and some of the guys on the crew were named Justin. So she made them CHANGE THEIR NAMES.
Not permanently, obviously . . . just while she had to work with them. A source says, quote, "Her team asked their names be changed so she didn't have to say the name Justin . . . She's done and moving on from the broken promises and drama."
Fox's Renewals Include "American Idol" and "Glee", But Both May Be Cut Down a Little
As expected, Fox has renewed "American Idol" for another season, but they may cut it down a little. The network is thinking about reducing the show to one episode per week, once the live performances start.
Fox boss Kevin Reilly says, quote, "I think you'll see a two-night format, at least initially during the audition phase. [But] it's quite likely [that it'll] end up being a two-hour show on one night for most of its run."
He did note that they haven't made a final decision on that yet.
We do know that Ryan Seacrest will return next season, and the three judges . . . Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr., and Keith Urban . . . are all expected back.
Speaking of cuts, "Glee" is coming back for one final season, but the number of episodes is in doubt. Fox currently has it tagged for 22 . . . but it's starting to look like that could be reduced to 13.
The final season isn't on Fox's fall schedule. It'll premiere sometime next winter.
In addition to "Idol" and "Glee", Fox's returning shows include: "The Following", "Sleepy Hollow", "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", "Bones", "New Girl", "The Mindy Project", "The Simpsons", "Family Guy", "Bob's Burgers", "Hell's Kitchen", and "MasterChef Junior".
The shows Fox is NOT bringing back include: "Raising Hope", "Enlisted", "Rake", "Surviving Jack", "Dads", "Almost Human", "Us and Them" and "The X Factor". Also, "American Dad" will be moving to TBS.
Ann Curry Get Rescued by Boy Scouts
TV Journalist ANN CURRY has reported from the most dangerous places on earth, but when she broke her leg during a recent hike, it was a troop of New Jersey Boy Scouts that came to her rescue. Curry was hiking with her family on Bear Mountain in New York's Harriman State Park on Saturday, April 5, when she broke a leg.
CNN reports members of Troop 368 from Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, stopped to help, creating a splint for her ankle and fashioning a stretcher from logs and a tarp. They then carried her down the mountain. Curry sent the troop a letter thanking them for their skills and professionalism.
Troop leaders say most of the scouts didn't know they had rescued someone famous.