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TERESA'S TABLOID TRASH 2/20/14
by Teresa Maxwell,posted Feb 20 2014 9:13AM
Us Weekly just did an interview with Olympic skier Nick Goepper, who apparently has a big crush on Emma Stone. They got Emma to record a video greeting for Nick and the rest of the Olympic team.
Speaking of the Olympics…the events on NBC took the top seven spots in the ratings last week. Tuesday's primetime coverage did the best, with 23.7 million viewers. After the Olympics, the next most-watched show of the week was "The Walking Dead", which attracted 13.3 million viewers.
Details are emerging about what led to Cee Lo Green's departure from NBC's "The Voice." The rapper dropped the bombshell announcement on Wednesday's edition of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Apparently, NBC had hoped to report his departure in some sort of joint statement and was "blindsided" by his sudden announcement. Meantime, an NBC spokesperson denies that they were hit unexpectedly with Cee Lo's announcement, adding that his departure was a "mutual decision."
Philip Seymour Hoffman's longtime girlfriend will take ownership of much of the late actor's fortune. The contents of Hoffman's will, unveiled Wednesday, show the Oscar winner also insisted that Mimi O'Donnell raise their son Cooper in New York, but if not New York, then "Chicago, Illinois or San Francisco, California." Hoffman stated that he wants his son to be exposed to the "culture, art and architecture that such cities offer," adding that if O'Donnell is unable to reside in any of those cities, it's his strong desire that Cooper, "visit these cities at least twice a year."
Justin Timberlake is set to play at Madison Square Garden tonight, after being forced to pull the plug on his Wednesday show. Hours before the New York City show was scheduled to start, the singer announced on Twitter that he would be pushing it back to Friday "due to health reasons." Justin apologized for the last minute letdown, saying it "kills [him] to do this" and that he's "truly sorry." The singer is also set to appear on Friday's episode of "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," and has another concert in Buffalo on Saturday.
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese is tapping Vanilla Ice to hawk their new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-shaped noodles.
The cast of the "Fantastic Four" remake has been revealed. KATE MARA is the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch will be MICHAEL B. JORDAN.
JADA PINKETT has joined the cast of "Gotham" . . . a prequel series about Gotham City before Bruce Wayne became Batman. She'll play the boss of Oswald Cobblepot, who later becomes The Penguin.