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TERESA'S TABLOID TRASH 7/15/14
by Teresa Maxwell,posted Jul 15 2014 9:49AM
Garth Brooks is launching his upcoming tour in Chicago. The country superstar unveiled the opening city for his long awaited trek through Georgia fan Andy Roberts, who made the big reveal Monday afternoon with kids at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Brooks is expected to offer additional details, including the date and venue today.
Ponch and Jenny Matthews are very sad...The curtain will fall on the Broadway musical based on the songs of the late Tupac Shakur. Producers of "Holler If Ya Hear Me" have announced that the show will close this coming Sunday, July 20th after only one month on stage.
Jenny McCarthy is lining up her next talking gig after confirming her exit from ABC's "The View" last week. McCarthy will host her own weekly, hour-long satellite radio show on SiriusXM titled "Dirty, Sexy Funny with Jenny McCarthy." It's set to begin a limited run this Wednesday. She says she'll use her new show to showcase female stand-up comediennes and converse with celebrity guests such as Chelsea Handler, Perez Hilton and her fiancé Donnie Wahlberg.
Ariana Grande is saying her goodbyes to Cat Valentine, the character she played for four years on Nickelodeon's "Victorious," and later, "Sam & Cat." The actress-turned-singer tweeted a letter to her fans, after the network announced the cancellation of "Sam & Cat" on Sunday. The singer failed to mention her co-star Jennette McCurdy, fueling rumors that a contract dispute between the two caused the show to end. Earlier this year, Jennette blasted the network on Twitter after boycotting its Kids' Choice Awards and was also caught up in a nude photo scandal. The fate of the show had been on the rocks since then. "Sam & Cat's" finale episode airs on Thursday.
Comic book spoiler alert!!!!! Archie DIES in the next issue of his comic book. It happens in the "Archie" spin-off comic book series called "Life with Archie" where he's an adult. And in the second-to-last issue . . . which comes out tomorrow . . . he jumps in front of a bullet to save his best friend, who's a senator pushing for more gun control.
New on DVD Today: "Rio 2" . . . starring Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg as the rare, exotic blue birds, Jewel and Blu, who go into the Amazon jungle to track down more of their species.
and "Mandatory Fun", Weird Al Yankovic...It includes parodies of Iggy Azalea's"Fancy", Lorde's"Royals", Robin Thicke's"Blurred Lines", Imagine Dragons'"Radioactive" and this song which has a video starring KC's own, Eric Stonestreet from Modern Family: