"Entertainment Weekly's" website put together a montage of some 'iconic' screams from horror movies, just in time for Halloween. They include screams from movies like "Halloween," "Psycho," "The Shining," "Child's Play," "Carrie," and "Jaws," as well as some new movies, like "The Conjuring."
Jimmy Kimmel had a children's choir on his show last night, to sing a song for all the weird parents who might be thinking about giving out something OTHER than candy tonight.
And Jimmy Fallon talked about the woman from North Dakota who's planning on giving overweight trick-or-treaters a letter instead of candy. He says they'll give her a letter back, which says, "Toilet paper or eggs?"
Ellen had an eight-year-old music prodigy on her show yesterday. The girl's name is Alma Deutscher, and not only can she BURN on the violin, but she's also written her own opera. And she's eight. Listen to Alma playing "The Bee" by Francois Schubert.
Alma told Ellen about how she came to write an original opera at the age of seven. She says she dreamed she was hearing an opera by Mozart. But when she woke up, she remembered the music and realized it was all original. So she played it on the piano and her father recorded her, before she even wrote it down.
The Jonas Brothers went on "Good Morning America" yesterday to talk about why they had to break up the band. Nick explained what happened. He said there were a lot of issues in the band that they hadn't been dealing with, and once he confronted his brothers, they got into a discussion which ended with them realizing that they wanted to split up and do individual projects. He says they just wanted to be brothers first.
Steven Tyler made a pit stop at a Boston-area Olive Garden the other day . . . but it wasn't for some of that authentic Italian cuisine. He had to URINATE. An employee says, quote, "He didn't order food, he came in to use the men's room. I saw his limo when I came in and it was really quiet. No one recognized him because of the age group of people in here." After he went into the bathroom, word started going around about who he was, so there were people waiting when he came out. Another worker says, quote, "He was really cool and took photos." On his way out he asked for breadsticks, so they gave him some. And even though they didn't charge him, he did NOT leave a tip.
Kristin Cavallari and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler are expecting their second child. There's no word on Kristin's due date. Kristin gave birth to a baby boy just 14 months ago. They named him Camden. Kristin Tweeted, quote, "Thank you for all the love!! We are so excited for Camden to be a big brother!"
Jenny McCarthy is convinced she has one very, very powerful enemy: Oprah Winfrey. Chatting with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live (with very attentive and affectionate boyfriend Donnie Wahlberg at her side), the View cohost, 40, admitted that she's "scared of Oprah." The sardonic blonde explained that she had a falling out with the mega-mogul, 59, after a tentative deal -- McCarthy was to have a talk show on Winfrey's OWN network -- apparently fell through. "I did a deal with her for five years, but we, we kinda shook hands. I would be scared she would beat me up," McCarthy revealed. When Bravo's Cohen asked McCarthy to clarify what happened with the the deal, she confirmed that "It didn't [work out]," suggesting that she walked away to pursue other interests. "I left. I am terrified . . . I would be like OH NO [if we ran into each other]." "Do you think you're on her 'list'?" Cohen asked. "I'm sure there's probably a lot of people on her sh*t list, but I'm probably number 4," McCarthy estimated.
UPDATE: Oprah replies via Twitter: "@JennyMcCarthy don't have a s--t list If I did you'd never be on it. Wishing you only good fortune, love and light and watching @theview," the 59-year-old media mogul tweeted.
Chris Brown will spend up to 3 MONTHS in a Malibu rehab joint for his anger problems. Sources connected to the singer say there has been no firm decision on the precise length of time Brown will stay, but everyone in Brown's camp -- including Brown himself -- is open to as much as 3 months. One source put it this way ... "The rehab facility has been told to take him [Brown] apart and put him back together." Brown is specifically getting treatment for his anger problem, which manifested itself last weekend when he was arrested for allegedly punching a guy in the face. And, as we previously reported, Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, knows it's very likely the judge in the Rihanna case will revoke Brown's probation, which could put him behind prison bars for up to 4 years. The rehab move is an act of good faith, showing Brown is dealing with his problems.