Bits and Pieces - March 8, 2013
March 8, 2013
The TLC channel has canceled its makeover series "What Not to Wear." That means now if you want to know what not to wear you'll have to look at pictures of Justin Bieber.
DEMI MOORE has reportedly filed for divorce from ASHTON KUTCHER. Demi had said she wanted to settle the divorce via confidential agreements, but the New York Post reports that she's tired of being unable to reach a settlement. Kutcher filed his divorce papers in December, but without a deal; the divorce could go to a trial. An insider told the Post that Kutcher has been especially "difficult" and "hostile" throughout the process and that the battle is over money.
MILEY CYRUS went on Twitter to deny reports that she called off her wedding after fiance LIAM HEMSWORTH allegedly cheated on her with "Mad Men" actress January Jones. Miley tweeted: "I am so sick of La. And sick of the lies that come with it. I didn't call off my wedding. Taking a break from social media." She added that she's not discussing anything but her music from now on.
It's being reported that DESIREE HARTSOCK is going to be the new BACHELORETTE. However, ABC won't make the official announcement until next Monday on the Bachelor season finale. The next season of The Bachelorette starts May 20th.
- R.E.M. is marking the 25th anniversary of its 'Green' album with the release of a deluxe two-disc set. The package will feature a remastered version of the original album, plus a live disc taken from a November 10th, 1989 show in Greensboro, North Carolina. It'll be out on May 14th.
- SNOOP DOGG or Snoop Lion will appear in a new video game called "Way of the Dogg." The game is described as a "rhythm-action, beat-matching combat experience." Look for it April 23rd; the same day as his album Snoop Lion, Reincarnated is released.
- SCOTTY MCCREERY has unveiled his new webisode series called "Scot TV." McCreery says, "We always have a lot of fun out on the road and these first episodes of Scot TV are just the beginning." You can check them out at ScottyMcCreery.com.
- Jay Leno: Anne Hathaway; journalist Lester Holt; Eli Young Band performs
- David Letterman: Jennifer Lawrence; writer Alan Zweibel; A$AP Rocky performs
- Jimmy Kimmel: Kobe Bryant; actor Dominic Monaghan; Rival Sons perform
- Conan: James Franco; Robert Kirkman; Jamie N. Commons
- Jimmy Fallon: Joel McHale; TV weatherman Al Roker; Matt Pond performs
- Craig Ferguson: Zach Braff; actress Alison Brie
- Carson Daly: Filmmaker Benh Zeitlin; director Roman Coppola; Damien Jurado
The New York Rangers say defenseman Marc Staal is out indefinitely after being struck in the eye with a puck during a game on Tuesday night. Staal is expected to make a full recovery, but the Rangers claimed defenseman Roman Hamrlik off waivers to fill in.
Salvador Barnes attempted to shoplift several items from Winco Foods in Hemet, California. The apparently not-so-light-fingered Salvador was confronted by store security and a struggle ensued. The confrontation ended when Salvador stated he had a gun and fled with a small child. What Salvador didn't flee with was a piece of mail with his address on it, which police proceeded to and made the arrest.
1987: Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight champ ever as he beat James "Bonecrusher" Smith for the WBC title
actress Laura Prepon (That '70s Show, Slackers, Are You There Chelsea?) 33