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TERESA'S TABLOID TRASH 12/4/13
by Teresa Maxwell,posted Dec 4 2013 7:52AM
There will be plenty of Billy Joel music rocking New York's Madison Square Garden.
Joel announced at the World's Most Famous Arena Tuesday that starting in January, he will be playing one concert every month so long as there is the demand. A press conference also announced Joel as the first ever music franchise at the Garden, joining sports teams the Rangers, Knicks and Liberty. Joel has played at the garden 46 times dating back to 1978.
GARTH BROOKS announced he's returning to the Wynn Las Vegas . . . and this time he's bringing his full band. He's doing two shows a night on January 3rd and 4th.
The producers of "Wheel of Fortune" have apologized for airing this episode on Monday. Host PAT SAJAK explained that the episode was taped a long time ago, and went out to stations several days before PAUL WALKER'S death.
Findings have yet to be announced but the autopsy on "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker is reportedly complete.
Meantime, Universal Pictures is continuing Paul Walker's charitable works. The studio announced Tuesday that a portion of the sales from the DVD and digital releases of "Fast & Furious 6" will go to the late actor's charity Reach Out Worldwide.
"Anchorman" Ron Burgundy is getting his own brand of scotch. It's being released by a company called Riviera Imports sometime this month. "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" comes out on the 18th.
"Glee" creator Ryan Murphy has announced that all the original cast members have been invited back for the show's 100th episode, which will air on March 18th. It's too early to say who is and who isn't onboard.
NATALIE PORTMAN says that when her character is kissing CHRIS HEMSWORTH at the end of "Thor: The Dark World", it's actually Hemsworth's real-life wife ELSA PATAKY doing the kissing.
Speaking of kissing… BRITNEY SPEARS was on Ellen and says she played spin the bottle with her fellow Mouseketeers back in the day, including RYAN GOSLING. But she only kissed JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE.
Katherine Jackson is getting back into battle against AEG Live. The Jackson family matriarch has filed new court papers seeking a new trial for her lawsuit involving the death of her son, Michael Jackson. Among other things, lawyers for Katherine are alleging jury misconduct, lack of evidence to support the October 2nd verdict and "an error in law occurring at trial." The documents were filed Monday. No date has been set for a hearing.
Jay Z and Beyoncé are going vegan. In a statement on his "Life and Times" website, Jay writes that he and Bey embarking on a 22 day challenge to eat only "plant-based" foodstuffs. Jay promises to keep fans updated on his progress and also asks for recommendation for "any great food spots" that might make the challenge easier.
Musical couple Katy Perry and John Mayer are putting their romance on display. The two have released a new cover for their duet "Who You Love," which was recorded for John's most recent album "Paradise Valley." It was shot by fashion photographer Mario Sorrenti. Exclusive photos from the couple's shoot will be published in "Vanity Fair." Mayer posted the cover to his Instagram page with the caption, "Proud of this song, proud of this artwork, proud of this girl."
Katy, meantime, is taking on a new role as UNICEF's newest Goodwill Ambassador. The singer says in a statement that she's "honored" to take on the role, and take she's "committed to doing everything [she] can to help children" achieve their goal of "a brighter future."
Kirstie Alley and a few of her fellow veteran sitcom stars are making their way back to television together. She kicks off her new TV Land show "Kirstie" tonight alongside former "Cheers" co-star Rhea Perlman and "Seinfeld" icon Michael Richards. "Kirstie" premieres tonight on TV Land at 9p KC time.