Khloe Kardashian Got Tested After Hearing that Lamar Odom Slept With At Least Five Other Women
The not-always-reliable Radar Online says KHLOE KARDASHIAN got tested for STDs after LAMAR ODOM admitted that he'd been unfaithful and didn't always use protection.
A source says, quote, "Lamar refused to admit to how many women it was, but Khloe knew it was at least five different women in the past year."
The source adds, quote, "She is healthy, thankfully, but never thought this would happen to her."
The source also says Khloe has PROOF of his cheating . . . which she was smart enough to get because there's an INFIDELITY CLAUSE in their prenup. And if they get divorced, he'll owe her a huge amount because of it.
J.K. Rowling is Writing a Movie Based in the "Harry Potter" Universe . . . But It's Not About Harry
J.K. ROWLING is writing the screenplay for the first in a series of new movies based in the "Harry Potter" universe. But it's NOT about Harry. In fact, it's set 70 years before his time, and it's NOT a prequel to the Harry Potter stories.
Instead, it's based on "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" . . . a textbook that Harry and his friends had to read as part of their studies at Hogwarts. It was released as a REAL book in 2001.
The focus of these stories will be Newt Scamander, the fictional author of the book. And while it will have nothing to do with Harry, the producers say some of the characters might be, quote, "familiar to devoted fans."
What we're assuming is that the series will focus on Newt's travels around the world to locate and write about the creatures in the book.
(And here's some deep Harry Potter trivia for you: Newt's grandson Rolf Scamander goes on to marry Harry Potter's buddy Luna Lovegood.)
Carson Daly Is Joining the "Today" Show, and Stepping Down from "Last Call"
Yesterday, MATT LAUER announced that CARSON DALY is joining the "Today" show, beginning Monday.
Carson is hosting a regular feature called "The Orange Room". The details are vague, but it sounds like it's going to be something where viewers interact with him over Twitter and social media, in real-time.
Apparently, the "Today" show is about to debut a brand new studio, and the "Orange Room" will be the "social media hub." It's reportedly about adding, quote, "analysis of real-time social data and reactions from the web."
Carson says, quote, "I'll be your digital doorman."
So where in the world is Carson going to find time for the new gig? Well, he'll continue to host "The Voice", as well as his radio show in L.A., but it sounds like he's ending his 11-year run on the NBC late-night show "Last Call".
NBC didn't specify what's happening . . . but they did say Carson would be remaining an executive producer on "Last Call", and hinted that plans for a, quote, "transition" would be announced later.
"X Factor" Debuted with an All-Time Low in Viewers
The third season premiere of "X Factor" was a total flop in the ratings on Wednesday night
. It only attracted 6.2 million viewers, which was the show's smallest audience EVER.
It was way down from the 8.7 million viewers who tuned in for last year's season premiere . . . and LESS THAN HALF of the 12.5 million viewers who turned in for the show's debut in 2011.
Robert DeNiro's Mob Movie and the "Insidious" Sequel Are in Theaters Today
1. "The Family" (R)
Robert DeNiro is hiding out from the mob, living in the Witness Protection Program with his family in a quiet little town in France. But they don't stay hidden for very long because he and his family revert back to their mobster ways.
Michelle Pfeiffer plays his wife, Dianna Agron from "Glee" is one of their two kids, and Tommy Lee Jones is the agent in charge of keeping them alive after the mob figures out where they are.
2. "Insidious Chapter 2" (PG-13)
In the first movie, Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne discovered that their son is able to leave his body to visit the spirit world. But it's extremely dangerous because the dead are attracted to his living soul and he gets trapped away from his body.
Patrick used his own "astral projection" ability to cross over and get him back. But something evil followed them back to their bodies, so now they need another team of paranormal investigators to help them figure out how bad things are.
This one picks up right after the death of Elise, with Rose Byrne being questioned by the cops about whether she believes her husband is innocent of the murder.