Mila Kunis was spotted wearing a gold band on her finger in Los Angeles the other day. And yes, it was that finger. Does this mean she and Ashton Kutcher are engaged? Jackie and Kelso getting married!? Wait, they can't get married can they? Because Ashton and Demi Moore still aren't officially divorced yet.
Lamar Odom may not be in a rehab facility after all, two sources reported yesterday. The whereabouts of Khloe Kardashian's husband are currently unknown. A third source points out that Odom may have "checked himself out" of a rehab last minute. For Kardashian, another pal says, "the DUI was a colossal setback. She thought they'd hit rock bottom, but this was a brand-new low." At this point, the friend admits, "Khloe is doubtful about her marriage but wants to save his life."
Young Jeezy has dropped the "young" from his name. He tells MTV, "It's Jeezy now. I'm grown now, when I came in the game that's who I was and that was my state of mind, but I'm a grown man now."
"Billboard" has released their annual Songs of the Summer rundown. It's not subjective, it's determined based on the overall performance of the singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Here's the Top 10:
1. "Blurred Lines",Robin Thicke, featuring T.I. and Pharrell
2. "Radioactive", Imagine Dragons
3. "Get Lucky", Daft Punk, featuring Pharrell
4. "We Can't Stop", Miley Cyrus
5. "Can't Hold Us", Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, featuring Ray Dalton
6. "Cruise", Florida Georgia Line, featuring Nelly
7. "Mirrors", Justin Timberlake
8. "Treasure", Bruno Mars
9. "Cups (Pitch Perfect's When I'm Gone)", Anna Kendrick
10. "Come and Get It", Selena Gomez
An interviewer asked Vin Diesel how he feels about Ben Affleck playing Batman and he dropped an f-bomb. He said, "I don't give a f*** about Batman." But he added, "Let him live is my motto, let him live. Let Warner Bros hire whoever they want, let Ben do whatever he wants. He got an Oscar, give him some credit. Leave him alone."
Alec Baldwin has finalized a deal to host a weekly nighttime talk show on MSNBC. "Up Late With Alec Baldwin" will bow in October and have Baldwin taking on current events and culture. He's made no secret of his desire to host a TV talk show. He said earlier this year that a lifelong dream was to be a 60 Minutes correspondent. "That show would be the pinnacle of the marriage between my political beliefs, my political curiosity and wanting to communicate to people on camera to a broader audience," he said.