Beyonce might have celebrated Mother's Day in a big way yesterday. In today's Big Fat Rumor of the Day, she may be pregnant again! Fans on her "Mrs Carter Show" world tour have noticed her tummy is growing, and her costumes are larger. TheNY Post claims multiple sources have confirmed a second child is on the way. Her daughter Blue Ivy is 16 months old.
Kanye West ran headfirst into a sign because he was looking down while walking in order to avoid having his picture taken by the paparazzi. He ended up going ballistic on a photographer, saying, "Don't take a f***ing 'nother photo, man! Don't take another f***ing photo man! Don't take no photos! Stop it! All of you mother-f***ers stop it, man!" Below is the video of Kanye hitting the sign, although the camera man doesn't actually get him actually hitting the sign. The next one is of Kanye cussing out the paparazzi. WARNING: it is NOT CENSORED!!
It's official: Seth Meyers from "Saturday Night Live" will take over for Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night" next year after Jimmy moves to "The Tonight Show". Seth will remain on "SNL" through this fall. There's no premiere date for Seth's debut, but Fallon is taking over for Jay Leno sometime after NBC broadcasts the 2014 Winter Olympics next February. So it'll be around that time.
NBC is losing a lot of half-hour sitcoms. In addition to the end of 30 Rock and The Office, it has axed "The New Normal," "1600 Penn," "Guys With Kids," "Go On," "Up All Night," "Whitney," "Rock Center" and "Smash." Amazingly, it has renewed "Community." CBS has canned "CSI: New York" along with long-running comedy "Rules of Engagement," "The Job," "Made in Jersey," "Partners," "Golden Boy," and "Vegas." On Fox, they have canceled "Ben and Kate," "Fringe," "The Mob Doctor" and "Touch." ABC has announced cancelations for "666 Park Avenue," "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23," "Family Tools," "Last Resort," "Private Practice," "Zero Hour," "Happy Endings," "Malibu Country," "Body of Proof," "How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)" and "Red Widow." Even the CW had to say goodbye to "90210" and "Gossip Girl," but in addition, they have cut "Cult" and "Emily Owens, M.D." from the fall line up.
Barbara Walters is retiring next summer. She'll announce it officially today on "The View," but she will be working thru the summer of 2014. She released a statement saying, "I do not want to appear on another program or climb another mountain. I want instead to sit on a sunny field and admire the very gifted women and OK, some men too who will be taking my place."