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Nude photos of tons of celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Selena Gomez, Hilary Duff, Lea Michele and others leaked over the weekend, after someone reportedly hacked into the Cloud. The FBI and Apple are both looking into it. Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande were also victims, but they claim the photos of them are FAKES.
The family of Joan Rivers is considering legal action against the clinic where she was getting throat surgery when she went into cardiac arrest. Daughter Melissa Rivers tells the "New York Daily News" doctors are working to bring her mother out of a medically-induced coma. The 81-year-old remains on life support and family members will have to decide how long to keep her on a breathing machine. Doctors are expected to assess the level of brain damage today to try to determine whether Rivers will end up in a vegetative state.
JENNY MCCARTHY and DONNIE WAHLBERG got married Saturday near Chicago.
GABRIELLE UNION married Miami Heat star DWYANE WADE in Miami on Saturday.
ASHLEE SIMPSON married DIANA ROSS's son EVAN Sunday at her home in Greenwich, Connecticut. Diana even officiated the ceremony. JESSICA SIMPSON was the matron of honor.
Brad Pitt's and Angelina Jolie's wedding photos are coming to "People" magazine. The photos aren't available online just yet, but "People" teased readers by posting the cover, which shows Jolie in her wedding dress. The issue hits the newsstands early Wednesday morning.
Carrie Underwood is pregnant. The country star and former American Idol winner unveiled her big news Monday on Instagram with a photo of her and her dogs, Ace and Penny, who are wearing shirts proclaiming they're becoming a "big brother" and "big sister." The accompanying message says "in honor of "Labor" Day" the pups "would like to make an announcement," and "their parents couldn't be happier." Underwood's rep has also confirmed the news of Carrie's pregnancy to "Us Weekly," while a source tells the magazine the singer and her husband, hockey player Mike Fisher, "couldn't be happier to be starting a family." It's the first child for the couple, who celebrated their fourth anniversary this past July.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" topped the Labor Day weekend box office, earning another $22 million. It's now also the #1 movie of the year with a total of $280 million so far. The horror movie "As Above/So Below" debuted down in 5th place with $10.3 million, and PIERCE BROSNAN'S"The November Man" was right behind it with $10.2 million.
Survivor has lost one of their lead singers. Jimi Jamison's booking agent Sally Irwin is confirming that the rocker died Sunday night. She tells TMZ.com Jimi suffered a heart attack. Jamison was 63. Jamison came to fame with the band Cobra, and joined Survivor in 1984. He's featured on several of Survivor's hits, including "The Search Is Over" and "Is This Love." Jimi also took the lead on the band's contribution to the "Rocky IV" soundtrack -- the top five hit "Burning Heart." Jamison also wrote and recorded the song "I'm Always Here" -- the theme to the TV series "Baywatch."
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are married! E! News is reporting that the couple tied the knot this past Saturday in France with just family and friends in a small private ceremony. Jolie walked down the aisle with her eldest sons Maddox and Pax while Zahara and Vivienne threw petals. Shiloh and Knox served as ring bearers.
The curtain is coming down on Diane Sawyer's tenure as "ABC World News" anchor. She signed off from her final broadcast last night saying it's been a deep privilege to sit in the anchor chair. The 68-year-old Sawyer is stepping aside after serving as the show's anchor for five years. Sawyer is staying on with ABC News in a different role.
"Sopranos" creator David Chase is reversing reports suggesting his confirmation that his mob boss character Tony Soprano is still alive. Reports began circulating Wednesday saying Chase had told a writer that Tony did not die in "The Sopranos'" series finale in 2007. Chase's rep now tells TheWrap.com Chase's "no" response to the question: "Is Tony Soprano dead?" was "misconstrued." Leslee Dart says "There is a much larger context for that statement," noting that Chase has said many times on the record that the final scene of 'The Sopranos" raises a spiritual question that has "no right or wrong answer."
Rumor has it that the next "Dancing with the Stars" cast will include: "Pretty Little Liars" star Janel Parrish, actor Antonio Sabato Jr., and 17-year-old Sadie Robertson from "Duck Dynasty". ABC won't officially announce the cast until next Thursday.
TAYLOR SWIFT debuted on top of the Hot 100 with her song "Shake It Off"
. . . and WIZ KHALIFA debuted atop of the Billboard 200, earning his first ever #1 with "Blacc Hollywood".
Chelsea Handler is bidding farewell to her E! series, "Chelsea Lately." On Tuesday's series finale,Chelsea enlisted an all-star group of celebrities to help sing a special version of "We Are The World." Among the other stars who lent their voices to the farewell tune were Gerard Butler, Fergie, Tim Gunn, Avril Lavigne, Kathy Griffin, Tim Allen, Sammy Hagar, Josh Gad, and Alanis Morissette. Following the song, Chelsea thanked her crew as well as her fans. She also promised to see them soon when she starts her new gig on Netflix.
#PPLFatalFinale was trending this morning…don’t worry…I won’t spoil it for you but I will say that a MAJOR character died last night!
MILEY CYRUS…she is going off on the media for reporting that the homeless guy she brought to the "VMAs" has a criminal record, and could go back home to his mother if he wanted to. She Tweeted, quote, "The media never fails to disappoint. You've chosen to go after Jesse instead of covering the issue of youth homelessness."
"TV Guide" is reporting that a "Full House" REVIVAL is in the works . . . and a lot of the original cast members are involved. In fact, everyone is down . . . except there's no word on Lori Loughlin, or Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. It's unclear how close this is to actually happening . . . but it sounds serious enough that it could be pitched to networks.
"Breaking Bad" went out in style, capturing five Emmys for its final season . . . including Outstanding Drama, Lead Actor in a Drama for BRYAN CRANSTON and Supporting Actor in a Drama for AARON PAUL. Cranston's TV wife ANNA GUNN also won for Supporting Actress in a Drama.
But it came in second to "Sherlock: His Last Vow", which snagged seven Emmys, including Best Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH.
"Modern Family" won Outstanding Comedy Series for the fifth straight year, and TY BURRELL won for Supporting Actor in a Comedy for the second time since 2011.
JIM PARSONS won his fourth Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy for "The Big Bang Theory"
JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS won Lead Actress in a Comedy for "Veep".
And JULIANNA MARGULIES won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for "The Good Wife". She also won it in 2010.
Finally, there was one bit that actually upset a lot of people. During the usual, boring speech by the Television Academy president, they put SOFIA VERGARA on a spinning platform so everyone could ogle her.
"Two and a Half Men" star ASHTON KUTCHER tops the annual "Forbes" list of "The Highest-Paid Male TV Actors."
MILEY CYRUS is among the stars stopping by tonight's series finale of "Chelsea Lately." The singer will be on hand to perform, as CHELSEA HANDLER ends her seven-year run hosting the E!
In music news: "My Everything", Ariana Grande’s new album drops today
PRINCE plans to release not one, but two new albums on September 30th. Special events and live dates are expected to accompany the release.
“Blended” starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore is new on DVD
Beyonce and Jay Z may have finally managed put speculation about their rumored divorce to rest. The private couple shared a very public emotional moment together at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards. The rapper carried their baby girl Blue Ivy onto the stage to present her with the coveted Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
When her name was called for the night's biggest honor of Video of the Year, Miley let a young man named Jesse do the talking for her. He represents one of Los Angeles' homeless young people.
Other winners from last night:
Best Male Video: Ed Sheeran, "Sing"
Best Female Video: Katy Perry, "Dark Horse"
Best Hip-Hop Video: Drake, "Hold On (We're Going Home)"
Best Pop Video: Ariana Grande, "Problem"
Artist to Watch: Fifth Harmony, "Miss Movin' On"
Best Rock Video: Lorde, "Royals"
Best 'Lyric Video': 5 Seconds of Summer, "Don't Stop"
IGGY AZALEA fell off the stage while performing her song "Fancy" at a pre-"VMA" show in L.A. on Friday. It looked pretty rough . . . but her security guards were able to quickly pull her back onto the stage. She's fine.
One of NICKI MINAJ'S backup dancers was bitten by a boa constrictor during rehearsals for her "VMA" performance of "Anaconda". She was taken to the hospital, but the injury was NOT life threatening.
Suge Knight was on of three people shot during the incident at Hollywood's 1Oak Club. The shooting took place during a pre-party for the MTV Video Music Awards and was hosted by Chris Brown. MTV has distanced itself from the incident, saying the party was not affiliated with the network.
True Blood is over. The series finale aired last night. Mixed reviews on Twitter.
Billy Crystal will lead the tribute to Williams at the Emmys tonight. Seth Myers will host on NBC.
Guardians of the Galaxy reclaimed the #1 spot at the box office from Ninja Turtles with less than a million dollars separating the two. If I Stay debuted in 3rd place with $16.5 million and When the Game Stands Tall made $9 million at #5. The "Sin City" sequel bombed HARD at the box office, bringing in just $6.5 million to open in 8th place. The original earned nearly $30 million in 2005.
"Expect the unexpected" is the motto of this Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards. The most-anticipated performance of the night will be coming from Beyonce, who is being honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award this year. Taylor Swift will also take the stage. Opening the show is rising diva Ariana Grande, who will be joined by Nicki Minaj and Jessie J for the first-ever performance of their hit "Bang Bang." Other performers include Five Seconds of Summer, Maroon Five, Iggy Azalea and more.
NICK CANNON admitted yesterday that he and MARIAH CAREY are separated. He said, quote, "There is trouble in paradise. We have been living in separate houses for a few months." Mariah's rep refused to comment, saying her focus is, quote, "on her children and her upcoming tour." Meanwhile...TMZ says the pair's lawyers struck up a confidentiality agreement, which bars him from sharing details of their divorce - or face 'severe financial penalties'.
A woman who appeared on the VH1 show "Dating Naked" is suing the network because they aired an UNCENSORED shot of her CROTCH.
CHRIS PRATT visited the Children's Hospital in L.A. dressed as his "Guardians of the Galaxy" character Star Lord. He spent more than three hours there, talking to kids, letting them try on his outfit and handing out toys. Then he hung with them for a screening of the movie.
Every episode of the Simpsons is now airing back-to-back on FXX through September 1st. That's 25 years and 552 episodes of "Simpsons" history, plus "The Simpsons Movie." It's the longest marathon in TV history. The marathon will lead up to the 26th season of "The Simpsons," which will premiere on Fox on September 28th.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" is in theaters this weekend. It's up against the teen drama "If I Stay" and the high school football movie "When the Game Stands Tall".
The NFL doesn't pay musical acts to perform on the Super Bowl halftime show . . . and now, they're reportedly trying to get musicians to pay THEM for the PRIVILEGE of taking the stage. Supposedly, the league has narrowed their wish list down to three names: RIHANNA, KATY PERRY, and COLDPLAY . . . and they've been checking around to see if any of them would PAY to play.
A comedy trailer for next week's Emmys is reuniting the stars of "Breaking Bad." Instead of taking on their former roles as meth makers Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul play the hillbilly owners of the "Barely Legal Pawn Shop."
"Dancing With The Stars" is reportedly opening up another seat at the judges' table and Julianne Hough may be the one to fill it. The 19th season of "Dancing With The Stars" will premiere September 15th on ABC.
Forbes has released its annual list of the "World's Highest-Paid Models" . . . and for the EIGHTH year in a row, GISELE BUNDCHEN sits comfortably at the top. She made $47 MILLION over the past year. Gisele also made more than her husband TOM BRADY, who earned $31.3 million last year.
A move is underway to name a Bay Area tunnel after the late actor Robin Williams. There are now more than 71-hundred signatures on an online petition on Change.org to rename the Waldo Tunnel after Williams.
Nicki Minaj is heating up the summer with the video for her new single "Anaconda." Released early Wednesday, the video features plenty of steamy scenes…Nicki in a bikini, Drake also makes a cameo and receives a lap dance from Nicki. "Anaconda" will appear on Nicki Minaj's upcoming album, "The Pink Print."