Justin Timberlake recently had a concert on Friday night at the Nashville Bridgestone Arena and was in the middle of a classic tune called "Friends in Low Places" when he stopped the show and said to the audience, "Hold on, now something don't feel right, something don't feel right, Nashville. I mean if you're going to do this…Garth?" That is when the crowd erupted into a frenzy as Garth Brooks stepped out on stage and joined Justin an amazing duo performance of Garth's own classic song! And both performers were SO happy to get a song in with each other.
Kourtney Kardashian has revealed the name of her and Scott Disick's new baby. She posted a cute pic of his little itty bitty hand on Instagram yesterday. She said, "Madly in love with my little Reign Aston Disick," she said. Kourtney gave birth to the baby a week ago, on December 14. That day was also the 5th birthday of their oldest child, son Mason. They also have a 2 year old daughter, Penelope.
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden are reportedly engaged. This time "multiple sources" have confirmed that couple is set to wed. Rumors of an engagement have heated up in recent weeks, with Cam wearing a ring on her engagement finger, though her camp has been mum about the speculation. One Us Weekly source says of the two planning to wed after a 7-month romance, "Everyone thinks it's wild but are so happy for them."
Lance Bass is married! The former *NSYNC singer tied the knot on Saturday to Michael Turchin, an artist and actor. The couple wed before approximately 300 friends and family members at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. Celebrity guests included other *NSYNC members Joey Fatone, JC Chasez, and Chris Kirkpatrick, as well as JoAnna Garcia Swisher and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who both officiated the ceremony. Justin Timberlake missed the nuptials because he's still on tour. Their wedding was filmed and is slated to be on an E! special in February. Also, Elton John and David Furnish are married! The longtime couple exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony in England on Sunday.
Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell welcomed their second daughter on Friday. They named her Delta and she joins big sister 19 month-old Lincoln at home. They finally got married in October of last year after about a four year engagement.
Our boy DJ Babey Drew is putting out his own music - check this out!!!
On Friday night, Stephen Colbert was one of two late night comics to say farewell to the shows and audiences who'd grown to love them.
(The other was Craig Ferguson on CBS's Late Late Show. More on him tomorrow.)
But first, Colbert wrapped up The Colbert Report on Comedy Central in an interesting way.
By turning it into a musical, sort of, with an amazing hodgepodge of singers. Starting with Jon Stewart from CC's The Daily Show, the seemingly endless list of guests included Big Bird and Cookie Monster from Sesame Street, former secretary of state Henry Kissinger, former president Bill Clinton, an astronaut from the International Space Station, Barry Manilow (who was misidentified initially by another reporter as Rod Stewart) and more. Dozens, maybe even hundreds of folks, all singing "We'll Meet Again."
Check it out - and be sure to keep watching when it appears to be over.
Stephen will be back in May, when he jumps into David Letterman's seat on CBS's Late Show.
Gisele Bunchen - aka Mrs. Tom Brady - posted another cute picture to Instagram yesterday, moments after her husband's team clinched a day off in the first-round of the NFL playoffs by beating the New York Jets.
It wasn't a pretty victory, or an easy one either, with the Patriots limping out of the Meadowlands with a 17-16 win.
Still, it was a win, and good enough for Gisele to hoist her daughter to her shoulder and post a picture of it to Instagram.
File this one under #godaddy!
And be sure to check out the look on the face of the dog - almost like he's saying, "Again?"
Last night was the first ever "People Magazine Awards" and their categories are pretty standard. Nick Cannon hosted at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Here are all your winners: Comedy Star of the Year: Kevin Hart TV Performance of the Year, Actress: Lisa Kudrow on The Comeback TV Performance of the Year, Actor: Jon Hamm on Mad Men Model of the Year: Karlie Kloss Next Generation Star: Chloe Grace Moretz Celebrity Role Model of the Year: Kate Hudson People's Sexiest Woman Alive: Kate Upton Talk Show Host of the Year: Jimmy Fallon Movie Performance of the Year, Actress: Jennifer Aniston in Cake Movie Performance of the Year, Actor: Michael Keaton in Birdman Style Icon of the Year: Gwen Stefani Breakout Star of the Year: Billy Eichner TV Couple of the Year: Mindy Kaling and Chris Messina on The Mindy Project Hero of the Year: Nora Sandigo Cover of the Year: Robin Williams Triple Threat: Jennifer Lopez
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross are expecting a baby together. The news was confirmed yesterday. It will be Ashlee's second child. She and ex-husband Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy have a six-year-old son named Bronx. Evan and Ashlee were married just a few months ago on August 31st.
Oprah Winfrey went on "Live with Kelly and Michael" with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan yesterday. They asked her if there was anything people wouldn't believe about her and you know what she said? She prefers to pick up her own dog poop. What? She said usually there is someon with her and they offer to pick it up and she insists that she do it herself. Good for you, O!
Beyonce and Jay Z have tons of money right? Probably the richest collective people in the world! Then how did they get outbid on an offer for a Beverly Hills mansion. Swedish video game programmer Markus Persson - you know him better as Mr. Minecraft - handed over $70 million cash for the mansion. He sold his company to Microsoft back in September for about $2.5 billion.
Stephen Colbert signed off last night. It was the final episode of "The Colbert Report." He will take over for David Letterman next may. Lots of celebrities stopped by to celebrate and they ended up singing together. Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Bryan Cranston, Cyndi Lauper, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Katie Couric, Jeff Daniels, Willie Nelson, James Franco, Tom Brokaw, Toby Keith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, Alan Alda, George Lucas, JJ Abrams, and Bill Clinton.
And you're welcome for this little treat! Ice JJ Fish - "This Christmas"