Sandra Oh has decided to leave "Grey’s Anatomy" when her contract expires at the end of the ABC hit’s upcoming 10th season. Cristina said, “Creatively, I really feel like I gave it my all, and I feel ready to let her go. Cristina wants to be let go, and I am ready to let her go. We have to start the process, story-wise, for the Grey’s writers to think of why she’s going to go.” Series creator Shonda Rhimes, meanwhile, promises Cristina will get “the exit she deserves.”
In a radio interview, Lady Gaga said she wears Michael Jackson's clothes while recording. And she also insisted that she loves Katy Perry, and thinks it's exciting that they're both releasing new music right now. Here is the whole interview she did with Ryan Seacrest.
The Huffington Post has put together a list of celebrities and their pre-fame jobs. Perhaps we should take these with a grain of salt, but here's your list: Sean Connery, Milkman Kanye West, Gap employee Jennifer Aniston, Telemarketer and bike messenger Rachel McAdams, McDonald's employee Eva Longoria, Wendy's employee Sandra Bullock, Bartender Brad Pitt, Limo driver / El Pollo Loco employee Tom Cruise, Hotel bellhop Jon Hamm, Porn movie set designer Sylvester Stallone, Lion cage cleaner at the Central Park Zoo Ellen DeGeneres, Oyster shucker Gwen Stefani, Dairy Queen employee Quentin Tarantino, Usher at an adult movie theater Whoopi Goldberg, Mortuary beautician and phone sex operator Tim Allen, Cocaine dealer Ozzy Osbourne, Slaughterhouse employee Patrick Dempsey, Juggler
The cast of "Duck Dynasty" has agreed to a new deal, which reportedly pays them $200,000 per episode total. They'll split that between 20 cast members so that averages out to about $10,000 each per episode, which is four-times more than they were making previously.