Jimmy Kimmel got himself into a RAP FEUD this week. He made fun of Kanye West a few nights ago for going on another rant in one of his interviews. And last night he said he got a PHONE CALL from Kanye... and the man was not happy. He said Kanye gave him two choices, apologize publicly, or apologize publicly. It all went back to a skit where Jimmy had two kids recreate the original interview, reading from a transcript.
Kaley Cuoco from "The Big Bang Theory" is engaged to pro tennis player Ryan Sweeting... even though they've only been dating for about 3 months! A source says, quote, "She knows Ryan is the one. When you know, you know." Ryan supposedly popped the question on Wednesday. And while Kaley hasn't officially confirmed it, she did Tweet this . . . quote, "Flying high, I could literally touch the sky with you...."
George Clooney is frequently blamed for killing the Batman franchise in the '90s with "Batman & Robin". So not surprisingly, he's staying on the outskirts of the debate over Ben Affleck. He says, quote, "I am the least qualified person to comment on anyone playing the role of Batman since I so terribly destroyed the part." But he does add, quote, "I tend to look at it like this, let's just see what the movie is before everyone starts beating him up. He is a smart man, he knows what he is doing."
Nicki Minaj is on "Ellen" today, and they released a preview where she's talking about why she never wears a bra. She's wearing a jacket with no shirt underneath, and Ellen offers to lend her a bra. And Nicki says bras are the devil.
Four months after splitting up with on-again, off-again girlfriend Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, 27, has been linked to model Dylan Penn. "They've been dating a month or two," a Pattinson source confirms to PEOPLE. "He's crazy about her." The blonde beauty, 22, has quite the Hollywood pedigree: She's the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright. According to media reports, Pattinson and Penn were spotted on Sept. 7 catching a show by rapper Mickey Avalon at the famed Viper Room in Los Angeles. They then reportedly hightailed it to the Chateau Marmont for post-show drinks and bites.
The day has finally come: John Stamos is looking for a relationship. The Full House star has been single for years, and reportedly told In Touch it's not as easy to find a girlfriend as people might think. "I got no moves! I think I’m being presumptuous if I hit on a girl," Stamos said. "There have been plenty of times when I should have asked for someone’s number but I didn’t.” But Stamos said reaching 50 has made him realize he would "really like to be in a relationship." His birthday reminded him of a time when his friends would tell him, "If you’re not married by 50, you’ll be alone [forever]." Stamos is not the only one who wants him to settle down. A Match.com survey recently chose his perfect mate, and the answer wasn't all that surprising. Stamos was married to Rebecca Romijn from 1998 to 2005, but is now looking for someone to settle down and have kids with. “The world is different now," he said of his plans to look for love. "For the last 10 years, I’ve thought ‘I’ve got to get married again and have kids!’ So I’m totally open to it.”
Oprah did an interview on "Access Hollywood" yesterday. And she told them she plans to be single forever. They asked her directly if she intended to die as a never-married woman, and she just said, quote, "Yes."
O.J. Simpson found out how the cookie crumbles when he was allegedly caught stealing gooey goodies from a Nevada prison cafeteria. The former gridiron great was recently caught with a stash of not one, but more than a dozen oatmeal cookies, according to Fox News Radio. Simpson, who is serving a 33-year sentence for armed robbery at Lovelock Correctional Center in Pershing County, reportedly tried to smuggle the cookies into his cell after lunch. He might have gotten away with the cookie caper, if not for an inquisitive guard who noticed Simpson was hiding something under his prison clothes. When corrections officer questioned Simpson, he allegedly confessed to the theft.
When you're using Windows and the computer is running slow or freezing or just generally screwing up, we ALL know what to do. You hit CONTROL-ALT-DELETE, which lets you restart and try again. Well, according to Bill Gates, Control-Alt-Delete was NEVER supposed to be a thing. He did an interview at Harvard recently, and talked about why it was a mistake. He said the IBM keyboard designer didn't want to give them a single button to restart the computer, so they picked control-alt-delete, instead.