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Los Angeles authorities are charging rap mogul Suge Knight with murder. Media reports in Los Angeles indicate Knight has been booked on a murder charge connected to yesterday's fatal hit-and-run in Compton, California. Authorities say that half an hour before the hit-and-run, Knight got in an argument on the set of a film being made about the rap group NWA. Later, two men were hit by a red pick-up truck behind a business, resulting in one death. Knight's bond is set at two-million dollars.
Shakira is now a mother of two. The Colombian pop star and Voice coach gave birth to her second child Thursday night in Spain.
Katy Perry is promising big things for her halftime show at Sunday's Super Bowl. In addition to lions, sharks and special guest Lenny Kravitz, the pop star also says there will be another surprise "throwback" guest that will add to what she says will be a real "female fun night." Having a close friendship with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Katy says she'll be rooting for Seattle over the New England Patriots during the big game. At Thursday's press conference to promote her halftime show, one reporter asked Katy if she had her eye on any particular player, perhaps in a romantic way. The pop star humorously borrowed a recurring line from the Seahawks' notoriously press-shy running back Marshawn Lynch, answering, "I'm just here so I don't get fined."
Fans will be seeing a different, much darker side of the Backstreet Boys in their new documentary called "Show Em What You're Made Of." It tackles the roughest moments from the group's 20 years together, even their legal battle with creator Lou Pearlman. The film will be showing in select theaters around the country and will also be available via video-on-demand starting today.
The "Game of Thrones" IMAX experience starts its one-week limited engagement at 200 theaters today. Your other options are KEVIN COSTNER'S child custody movie "Black or White", the murder thriller "The Loft", and a time travel movie called "Project Almanac".
Hackers took over TAYLOR SWIFT's Twitter and Instagram accounts yesterday, and threatened to post NUDE PHOTOS of her. But after Taylor got control of her accounts back, she Tweeted, quote, "Any hackers saying they have 'nudes'? Psssh you'd love that wouldn't you! Have fun Photoshopping 'cause you got NOTHING."
GoDaddy.com released a Super Bowl ad that mocks the Budweiser puppy commercials. But animal lovers flipped, because instead of a happy reunion with his owners, the puppy is sold online to what appears to be a breeder. GoDaddy dropped the ad because of the backlash, but said it still has a commercial to run during the game.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett are set to bring a dose of jazz to next month's Grammy Awards. The duo is joining a line-up that also includes Madonna, Sam Smith, Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Pharrell Williams. The 57th Grammy Awards will air February 8th on CBS.
"Bridesmaids"stars KRISTEN WIIG and MELISSA MCCARTHY will star in the female reboot of "Ghostbusters". They'll be backed up by current "Saturday Night Live" cast members KATE MCKINNON and LESLIE JONES.
Disney is looking to re-start the "Indiana Jones" franchise . . . and the guy they're eyeing for the lead is: "Guardians of the Galaxy" star CHRIS PRATT.
The Backstreet Boys are among a growing number of artists canceling out on gigs on the East Coast due to blizzard conditions. The group was scheduled to appear on Tuesday's episodes of the "Today" show and "The View" to promote the release of their new documentary "Show Em What You're Made Of." Comedian Louis CK cancelled his Tuesday night show at Madison Square Garden, all Broadway shows were off Monday and the Metropolitan Opera closed.
"American Idol" winner PHILLIP PHILLIPS filed a legal petition asking to have his deal with "Idol's" 19 Entertainment VOIDED. His attorney calls his deal, quote, "oppressive [and] fatally conflicted." In the documents, Phillips accuses the company of a number of offenses against his career -- among them that he was "manipulated" into performing gigs for its sponsored events without pay. He also claims that the company had too heavy a hand in the decisions for his most recent album, saying that they announced the title for 2014's "Behind The Light" without his consent.
Emma Watson is stepping into the shoes of a beloved Disney princess. The British actress announced on Facebook Monday that she's been cast as Belle in an upcoming live-action adaptation of the classic 1991 film "Beauty and the Beast." Disney says production for the new "Beauty and the Beast" movie should begin later this year.
Adam Levine is the first performer headed to next month's Oscars. The Maroon 5 frontman announced on Twitter Monday that he'll be taking the stage to sing "Lost Stars" from the movie "Begin Again," which is one of the five contenders in the Best Original Song category. "Lost Stars" is going up against Common and John Legend's "Glory" from "Selma," Rita Ora's "Grateful" from "Beyond The Lights," Glen Campbell's "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" and Tegan and Sara featuring the Lonely Island's "Everything Is Awesome" from "The Lego Movie." The Academy Awards are set to take place in Hollywood on February 22nd.
• "Fury" . . . Brad Pitt leads a tank crew on a mission behind enemy lines in the final days of World War Two. Shia LaBeoufplays his gunner, Michael Pena is their driver, Jon Bernthal from "The Walking Dead" is the loader, and "Percy Jackson's"Logan Lerman is their inexperienced new assistant gunner.
• "The Judge" . . . Robert Downey Jr. is an attorney defending his estranged father on a murder charge. Robert Duvall plays his father, who's also the town's judge. Billy Bob Thornton is the guy prosecuting the case.
• "Before I Go To Sleep" . . . Nicole Kidman is a woman who once survived an attack that left her so she wakes up every morning with no memory of the past 10 years. Colin Firth is her husband and Mark Strong is a doctor secretly treating her.
• "The Book of Life" . . . A supernatural animated movie starring Diego Luna and Channing Tatum as two best friends competing for the love of Zoe Saldana.
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The Actors have spoken. The cast of "Birdman" is the Most Outstanding Ensemble for a Motion Picture. The movie's acting cast accepted the honor at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards, just one day after the Producers Guild of America honored "Birdman" with its top prize on Saturday night. Other big winners emerging from the SAG ceremony include: Eddie Redmayne for "The Theory of Everything" and Julianne Moore for "Still Alice." In the television categories the cast of "Downton Abbey" took the Actor for Outstanding Ensemble Drama, while the cast of "Orange Is The New Black" walked away with the TV Comedy Ensemble honor.
Celebrity Divorces: PATRICK DEMPSEY's wife Jillian has filed for divorce after 15 years of marriage. And it could get ugly since there's no prenup. Meanwhile, MANDY MOORE is splitting from RYAN ADAMS after almost six years of marriage. But their rep says, "It's a respectful, amicable parting of the ways.
Selena Gomez has been posting snuggly pics on social media with EDM producer Zedd leading fans to speculate that they are dating. They have even been branded as Zeddlena.
"Saturday Night Live" is answering the question of who's responsible for deflating the New England Patriots' footballs in last week's AFC Championship Game. Taran Killam did a great Tom Brady impression.
"American Sniper" dominated the box office for a second week, earning $64.4 million and bringing its total domestic haul to just over $200 million.
RIHANNA is reportedly bringing LEONARDO DICAPRIO home to Barbados to meet her family because things are getting serious.
LINDSAY LOHAN was hospitalized this week in London due to the lingering effects of that virus she picked up in Bora Bora last month.
HOPE SOLO has been suspended from the U.S. Women's soccer team due to her belligerent behavior during her husband's DUI arrest.
SAM SMITH, LAVERNE COX from "Orange is the New Black", and Amazon's gender-reassignment series "Transparent" are among this year's nominees for the GLAAD Media Awards.
"The Voice" has reportedly enlisted a new team of celebrity mentors for its upcoming eighth season. "Us Weekly" says it has confirmed that Nick Jonas will be joining the show as a mentor for the singers of returning judge Christina Aguilera. The magazine also claims Nashville-based pop singer Meghan Trainor, who just topped the album charts with her debut album "Title," is on board to assist reigning champ coach Blake Shelton. Adam Levine will bring on British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding, and the legendary Lionel Richie will be on hand for the team of Pharrell Williams. Season eight of "The Voice" kicks off on February 23rd on NBC.
MEGHAN TRAINOR topped this week's Billboard 200 chart with 238,000 copies of her debut full-length album, "Title". That makes her just the 13th woman ever to score a #1 debut album AND a #1 debut Billboard Hot 100 hit in the chart's 56-year history.
TLC seems to have one famous fan…Just days after the R&B group announced a Kickstarter campaign to fund their final album, TMZ reports that pop superstar Katy Perry is among the thousands who've already chipped in. Sources tell the gossip site that Katy donated five-thousand dollars to TLC's online crowd-funding page, which now has about only 40-thousand dollars left to raise.
New Oscar nominees Common and John Legend just joined the lineup of performers for the 57th Grammy Awards. The duo, who just received an Oscar nod and Golden Globe win for their song "Glory" from the "Selma" soundtrack will perform the tune at next month's Grammys. New additions to the performance lineup also include Grammy nominated artists Miranda Lambert, Usher, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams.
They join previously announced performers AC/DC, Madonna, Eric Church, Ariana Grande and Ed Sheeran. LL Cool J will host next month's Grammy Awards. CBS will broadcast the three-and-a-half hour primetime ceremony from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 8th.
and finally...listen be Rocket and Teresa's first caller of the day tomorrow morning at 6:20 for your last chance to become a finalist to fly to L.A. for the premiere of Jupiter Ascending.