Kanye West is reportedly about to pay up and the 18-year old who verbally abused Kim Kardashian has promised to shut up. Remember when Yeezus came to Kim's defense after some teenager went off on her with a series of racial slurs. Well Kanye allegedly pummeled the dude over 30 times at a Beverly Hills doctor's office. Now, the young man has agreed to a settlement of over $250,000 in order to not press charges against Kanye. This is good news for Kanye because he is already facing assault charges from an incident with a cameraman in July and does not need another criminal prosecution on his record.
Miley Cyrus announced last week that she was set to headline an episode of "MTV Unplugged" and we all wondered who might be some of the potential surprise guests. Last night they filmed it and guess who was on it? The one and only, Madonna. We don't know what they performed together, but you'll see it tonight as the special airs tonight on MTV.
It's not even February yet, and in the television world that means it's way too early to start betting on which shows will be canceled this year. But one source claims they know what shows you'll be watching the season
finale for, even though you didn't know it. These are based on the fact that they're pretty much already dead. To be fair, they left off the guaranteed goners like "Killer Women", "Betrayal", "Hostages", and anything else that we already know doesn't have a shot at coming back. Here's his list: "Sean Saves the World"
"The Michael J. Fox Show"
"Beauty and the Beast"
"The Carrie Diaries"
Vin Disel posted a video of himself on Facebook yesterday dancing to Katy Perry and Beyoncé for seven and a half minutes. He explained that he was in a dancing mood because he'd heard that "Riddick" topped the DVD sales chart, and another installment in the franchise was in the works.