Puff Diddly Pooh was on "Ellen" Friday with Mark Wahlberg hyping their new brand of water and Puff admitted that he used to be a bed-wetter because he drank sugary drinks instead of water. He said, "I went on this quest to stop wetting the bed, and the first day that I had a sleepover and I didn't wet the bed, it was, like, one of the greatest days of my life. It gave me the swagger that I have today because I stopped wetting the bed. There is something about sugar that makes you wet the bed."
A few members of the "Modern Family" cast spent an hour trapped in an elevator. Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were on their way to headline a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City (Stonestreet's hometown) when the elevator stopped. Ferguson Tweeted, "Stuck in an elevator for 35 mins," sharing a video of the crowd of 15 asking firemen to "Get us out!" Rescuers worked their way from the 40th floor down to the third to free everyone. Julie Tweeted, "After a quick hour trapped in the service elevator, we were rescued!" Eric Tweeted, "That's my mom in blue. I honestly handled being stuck in an elevator better than I thought. All Jesse did was pass wind." The trio finally hit the stage at about 10 p.m. and closed with the line, "Have a great night – don't use the elevators!"
When Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum did the ballroom dancing routine on stage during Seth McFarland's opening act at the Academy Awards, it may have sparked something more than just attention to the fact that Magic Mike knows other dances. Sources say Charlize and Seth got to know each other during rehearsals, then spent a lot of time together at after-parties. A source says, "This is early, but I see a new relationship brewing."
Here we go again: "Two high-level industry sources" say that NBC is moving forward with a plan to give "The Tonight Show" to Jimmy Fallon when Jay Leno's contract is up next year. Supposedly, they'll announce it in May. But for now, NBC is denying it, and Leno's rep won't comment.
"America's Got Talent" has added a fourth judge for its upcoming season: Heidi Klum. She'll join returning judges Howard Stern and Howie Mandel, along with Mel B from the Spice Girls, who's replacing Sharon Osborne.
The CW is reportedly bringing back "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" the improv comedy show that Drew Carey hosted 10 years ago. Stars Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles will be back, but Drew won't. Instead, Aisha Tyler from "The Talk" is hosting.