Katy Perry and John Mayer Are Having "Sleepovers" at John's House
It sounds like things are moving forward for KATY PERRY and JOHN MAYER.
--A source says Katy has been having SLEEPOVERS at John's house, which is in a gated community in L.A. . . . quote, "It's very private and they've been sneaking in and out. It has been going on for a while."
--This past weekend they attended a party at the home of a Hollywood talent agent, and the "guests" included creatures from a wild animal preserve, including a kangaroo and an alligator.
--A source says, quote, "They were really cute. They were standing near each other most of the night, playing with the animals outside. [They] definitely enjoyed each other's company.
--"They almost acted like they've been a couple for a long time. It definitely didn't seem like a new relationship."
Zac Brown Went "Midget Bowling" at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
ZAC BROWN was at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota over the weekend . . . and while there he tried his hand at "Midget Bowling". Yes, bowling using a little person as the ball.
--Actually, it's more like "a modified slip and slide".
--Now, if this makes your "politically correct" antennae go up . . . you should hear what "Short Sleeve Sampson" has to say. He's the little person who was "being rolled", so to speak. He told TMZ that Zac did nothing wrong.
--In fact, Sampson said he's PROUD of Zac's skills . . . because he nailed a strike on his very first roll.
--Still, I can't help but think of Dwarf Tossing, which is against the law in certain parts of the country. But Sampson says the difference is that no one is ever tossed into the air . . . and there's little chance anyone will get hurt.
Robert Pattinson Will Be on the "Daily Show" Monday
"Good Morning America" thought it had the first post-heartbreak interview with ROBERT PATTINSON . . . but that's no longer the case.
--Pattinson will appear on "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" Monday night . . . two days before he does "GMA".
--Pattinson will be promoting his upcoming movie "Cosmopolis". There's no official word if he'll talk about KRISTEN STEWARTduring either appearance.
--But a so-called "source" told the website GossipCop.com, quote, "He's never talked about his personal relationships before, and he's not going to start next week."
Rob Kardashian is Going to Law School
ROB KARDASHIAN is following in the footsteps of his father and namesake . . . by going to law school. He just Tweeted that he's starting classes soon at USC.
(--Robert Sr., who died of esophageal cancer in 2003, helped get O.J. Simpson acquitted of double-murder. )
Snoop Lion Says He's Now in the Business of Making "Positive" Music
When SNOOP DOGG was Snoop Dogg, he did a lot of gangsta songs, but now that he's SNOOP LION, his goal is to create FEEL GOOD music. He says, quote, "The world needs positivity and music that feels good, because music is relief.
--"That's what it does: It relieves your pain, it relieves anything that you're going through. When you go to a club or go in your car and put on your music it's for relief."
Joss Whedon Will Write and Direct the "Avengers" Sequel
If you liked "The Avengers" . . . and saw it 5 times like I did . . . this is good news: JOSS WHEDON will return to write and direct the sequel.
--Meanwhile, Whedon is also developing a TV series for ABC based on the Marvel Comics universe. That's all we know about it at this point. There's no word if it'll be connected to "The Avengers", which is a Marvel property.
Seven Days of Olympics Coverage Took the Top Seven Spots in the Ratings
The Olympics are in full swing, and apparently, it's all anybody's watching on TV. Seven days of Olympics overage took the top seven spots in the ratings, ranging from 25.1 million viewers at #1, to 18.3 million at #7.
--The most-watched night was last Tuesday's events. That included the Women's Gymnastics Team Final where Team USA won gold . . . and MICHAEL PHELPS earning Silver in the 200-meter Butterfly and Gold in the 200-meter Freestyle Relay.
--That's also the same night that Phelps first broke the record to become the most decorated Olympic athlete of all time, with a total of 19 medals. (--He went on to break his own record three more times to end his career with 22 medals.)