Cartman from “South Park” went trick-or-treating as The Hulk but he didn’t get the reaction he was hoping for. The guy at the door thinks he’s a green Honey Boo Boo.
President Obama said he’s rooting for the Detroit Tigers to win the World Series. He said Detroit and San Francisco are both great teams, but he’s spent a lot of time in Detroit and he didn’t want to let them go bankrupt, so he’s more partial to them winning.
Dave Letterman commented on Donald Trump’s big Obama announcement last night. He said it turned out to be nothing but a silly stunt and that’s not the Donald Trump he knows.
Dave had a counter-offer for Trump. He’ll give Trump $5 million if Trump releases his hairpiece.
Madonna will be on Monday’s episode of “Ellen”, and she’s bringing her son Rocco along. Rocco spoke on what it’s like touring with his mom. He says she’s a good mom, but strict and when she shows her business onstage, he never sees it.
Oprah Winfrey has been spending a whole lot of time with Justin Bieber, even attending one of his recent concerts. On Wednesday, she posted a photo after her interview with the teen pop star. In addition to her interview, Oprah went behind the scenes of Bieber’s “Believe” tour and got a special backstage look at how one lucky girl was chosen to go on stage for Justin’s One Less Lonely Girl performance. The interview is set to premiere on Oprah’s Next Chapter on Sunday, November 25th on OWN.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs was injured in a serious car accident in Beverly Hills on Wednesday afternoon. According to police, Diddy was a passenger in a Cadillac Escalade SUV that collided with a Lexus sedan when the car turned left in front of it. There was extensive damage to the front of the Escalade and Diddy took to lying on the grass to help him overcome the shock of the accident. All members of the crash reported pain but even though an ambulance was on hand, no one used it to go to the hospital.
Simon Cowell wants Carmen Electra to join the judges’ table at “America’s Got Talent”. He wants her to replace the departing Sharon Osbourne. He thinks Carmen can stand up to Howard Stern and Howie Mandell if she likes an act they don’t. She and Cowell have been photographed a number of times around Los Angeles over the past few weeks leading the rumor mills to wonder if they are dating. Neither judges Howard Stern or Howie Mandel have yet been confirmed for next season. Stern wants to come back, but wants to see who else is going to be on the panel before he signs another contract. The first round of open call auditions for season eight kick off in L.A. on Nov. 14th. Auditions in front of judges won’t take place until February.
FOX has set premiere dates for several of its midseason shows. “American Idol” will kick off its 12th season with judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban with a two-hour episode on Wednesday, January 16th, followed by a one-hour show on Thursday, January 17th. “The Following” stars Kevin Bacon as a retired FBI profiler pressed back into service to track a serial killer will debut on Monday, January 21st. “Touch,” will debut Friday, Feb. 1. It will take over for “Fringe” following that show’s series finale.
Bobby Brown who checked into rehab in August, was arrested for drunk driving on Wednesday in Studio City, California. This is his second drunk driving charge this year. Police said the officer who stopped Brown smelled “a strong scent of alcohol” and performed a sobriety test on the singer. Brown, 43, was booked on suspicion of driving under the influence and later released on bond. Brown was arrested in the San Fernando Valley in March for the same offence and that landed him in rehab.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’s wedding party were surprised by a supposed-to-be-funny video that openly made fun of homeless people in Los Angeles. The video, created by Timberlake’s real estate agent friend Justin Huchel, depicts what appears to be REAL homeless people on the streets of L.A., acting as Justin and Jessica’s friends who couldn’t make it to the ceremony, saying their wedding gifts were in the mail. Huchel has already threatened to sue Gawker over the video, claiming it was shot as “a private joke” without Timberlake’s knowledge and demanding it be taken off the web ASAP.
Joe and Tina Simpson, the parents of singers-actresses Jessica and Ashlee Simpson are calling it quits. Tina filed the official divorce papers in McLennan County, Texas last month with the reason for the separation as “The marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities.” Reportedly, the split is amicable and no third parties are involved. The couple married in 1978 and played roles in the development of their daughters’
professional careers. Joe was a producer on the MTV reality series “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica” starring Jessica Simpson and then-husband Nick Lachey. He also produced several of Jessica’s movies including “Employee of the Month” and “Blonde Ambition” as well as Ashlee’s film “Undiscovered.”
Tagg Romney has apologized to President Obama for saying he would like to take a swing at him. The comment was made following the second presidential debate in which the president called Romney a liar. Tagg made the comment in a lighthearted manner on a radio show, but it got pundits all up in arms and so Tagg has issued an apology to the president.
The DVD release of the Rolling Stones documentary, “Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland 1965″ is timed to coincide with the band’s 50th anniversary. The road-trip documentary was shot on a mini-tour through Ireland, and features
intimate conversations and candid comic moments with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jones and Watts, as well as The Rolling Stones’ first professionally filmed concert performances. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” is captured on film
for the first time, just weeks after the song hit No. 1 on the charts. The documentary made its debut at the 50th New York Film Festival, and is available Nov. 6th as part of a Super Deluxe Box Set that includes a 42-page hardcover photo book with never-before-seen images, two audio CDs, a ten-inch vinyl record, and a replica tour poster.
VH1 is taking a look back at some of the biggest stars in Hollywood before they became the famous household names they are today. They were the kids and teens who have lived their growing up years on TV, music and movies. VH1 will count down the “100 Greatest Kid Stars” over the course of four nights starting Thursday, November 29th and running until Sunday, December 2nd.