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TERESA'S TABLOID TRASH 2/10/14
by Teresa Maxwell,posted Feb 10 2014 8:05AM
A near-record number of people watched Jimmy Fallon say goodbye to "Late Night" last week. six-point-six-million people tuned in Friday, which marks the second biggest "Late Night" audience behind only David Letterman's 1993 farewell episode. It also set records for largest overall audience and highest ratings for a regularly scheduled episode since Fallon started his version of "Late Night" in 2009. Jimmy welcomed Andy Samberg as his final guest, along with musical guest The Muppets.
He ended the show by walking down the hall to the studio where he'll host "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," which starts February 17th. Seth Meyers will take over "Late Night" on February 24th.
Shia LaBeouf treated fans to another unusual public appearance at the Berlin International Film Festival. He was part of a Sunday afternoon press conference for his latest film "Nymphomaniac." But he answered only one question with a bizarre statement about seagulls and sardines before storming out. And later that night at the movie's premiere, LaBeouf walked the red carpet with a paper bag over his head that read "I am not famous anymore."
Fox is exing out "The X Factor" after three seasons. The network announced Friday it would not renew the singing competition for a fourth season. The news comes on the heels of producer Simon Cowell's announcement that he'll be heading back to the UK edition of the show as a judge this year. In a statement Cowell said he had had a fantastic time over the last 12 years both on "The X Factor" and "American Idol." He said he made the decision to return to the UK last year for a number of reasons and thanked Fox for their support.
In other Fox news…"American Idol" is recruiting some successful alumni to be mentors for its latest round of hopefuls. Season five's Chris Daughtry has revealed on Twitter that both he and season eight star Adam Lambert are set to appear on upcoming episodes as a part of the show's "Boot Camp" week, led by longtime former judge Randy Jackson.
Clint Eastwood saved a guy's life last week. At a golf tournament. He's 83 years old and he lifted a guy up and did the Heimlich maneuver on him. (This was at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, California. The guy who choked was Steve John, the tournament director. He did an interview with "Good Morning America" the next day.
Miley Cyrus is responding to a high school fan who went viral last week with a video asking the star to be his prom date. The singer tweeted the young man, Matt Peterson from Arizona, letting him know she won't be able to attend the dance. But she let the teen down easy, asking him to come to her Phoenix concert later this month and hang out with her backstage instead. She tweeted "Don't forget a corsage," along with a kissing emoticon. Peterson seemed pleased by her invitation, tweeting that it was "the best day of [his] whole entire life."
Acquitted Florida killer George Zimmerman won't be taking part in a "celebrity boxing match" after all. Following a public outcry, boxing promoter Damon Feldman announced the fight's cancellation Saturday on Twitter. Feldman added "I'm sorry for anyone I hurt with this but this was a very big opportunity thank you."
"The LEGO Movie" was #1 at the box office this weekend, earning $69 million in its first three days. GEORGE CLOONEY'S World War II movie "The Monuments Men" took the runner-up spot with $22.7 million . . . and "Vampire Academy" was down in 7th place with an unimpressive $4.1 million.