Fergie and her husband Josh Duhamel welcomed their baby boy yesterday. He was delivered via C-section and weighed in at 7lbs 10oz. Are you ready for his name? They decided on Axl Jack.
16-year-old Kylie Jenner just got her license a little over two weeks ago, but guess what happened yesterday. She caused a three-car accident in Calabasas. Witnesses say Kylie rear-ended someone in her band new $150,000 Mercedes SUV causing that car to smash into the back of the vehicle in front of it. Nobody was injured, and everyone politely exchanged insurance info. Can't we start out these kids in a beater, even a car that's "only" worth $50,000!??
Juicy J recently Tweeted that he was offering a $50,000 scholarship for twerking. Then, he deleted it so everyone thought he wasn't serious. But it turns out, he was. Yesterday, he announced that he's offering the scholarship, "out of the kindness of his heart." It's available to ladies only, not surprisingly, who are between the ages of 18 and 25 and who are currently enrolled in college. To enter the competition, post a YouTube video of yourself twerking to Juicy J's track "Scholarship", and/or explaining why you deserve the prize. Contestants will be judged on their assets and creativity. If you're seriously interested in this insanity, here's a video of Juicy J explaining how it's going down and which hashtags you need to include. WARNING: The video contains an UNCENSORED"bulls***"
Now that Ben Affleck has been cast to play the new Batman, everyone wants to know who might play Robin. Well Justin Timberlake talked about how lucky he was to work with Ben on a movie coming out October 4th called "Runner Runner" but if Ben called, would JT play Robin? "Not a chance in hell," says Justin. "I ain’t playin’ Robin. I have no aspiration to ever be a superhero in a movie. Now villian? I’ll tell you the villain I want to play more than anything because I grew up loving Batman, funny enough, is the Riddler. The Riddler is my favorite villain. The Riddler was like a sociopath," Timberlake continued. "He was proper crazy. So if I’m gonna play crazy, I’m wanna play proper crazy."
An event has been scheduled in L.A., which offers you the opportunity to watch the series finale of "Breaking Bad" in a cemetery with the cast. Tickets cost $45, and it also includes a post-show Q&A session.