Neil Patrick Harris says that his most recent go round as Oscar host was likely his last. Speaking with the Huffington Post, he opined that he and the producers came under too heavy fire for the 2015 event. "I don't know that my family nor my soul could take it," he said. "It's a beast. It was fun to check off the list . . ."
Kim Kardashian debuted her startling new blonde hair in Paris this week. The mother-of-one wore an all-black ensemble and a black beanie cap to the Balmain fashion show in Paris. Afterwards, she pulled off her hat and showed off her hair, which was cut above her shoulders and bleached a very light blonde.
Hilary Duff has opened up about her divorce from Mike Comrie. The 27-year-old actress and singer married former hockey player Comrie, 34, when she was 22, and says that she does not regret marrying so young, telling "Cosmopolitan" magazine, "Mike and I were very in love when we met. We both really wanted to get married. I'd been working since the age of 11 or 12 . . ."
Jon Stewart made a special guest appearance on WWE's Raw earlier this week and squared off against Seth Rollins. The "Daily Show" host turned up in the Raw arena to confront Rollins about his claim of being "the most talented performer in the world." Stewart and Rollins have squared off in a comedic war of words through the media in recent weeks, with Rollins dropping by the "Daily Show."
Kelly Osbourne has reportedly cut ties with the E! Network show "Fashion Police" following comments made by her co-host Giuliana Rancic about singer/actress Zendaya. During Oscar coverage Rancic stirred controversy by claiming that Zendaya's dreadlocks smelled of either patchouli oil or marijuana. Both Osbourne and Zendaya blasted Rancic for her comments, claiming that they were racist.
Actor, director, writer and photographer Leonard Nimoy, best known for his role as Spock on the original "Star Trek" television series, has died at the age of 83. His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed to the New York Times that Nimoy passed away at his home in Los Angeles. According to her, Nimoy's death was due to end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The Kardashian family has signed a $100 million deal with E! to bring "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" going for another four years. According to PageSix, the deal is specifically for Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian along with Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Bruce Jenner has elected to bow out after the 10th season. A rep for the family spoke with the New York Post about the deal.
Bill Cosby's attorneys have asked a federal court judge that defamation lawsuits against Cosby be dismissed. Cosby, 77, was slapped by defamation lawsuits by three women (Tamara Green, Therese Serignese and Linda Traitz) who say he defamed their character by calling them "liars" after they aired allegations that they had been sexually assaulted by Cosby.
Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey are expecting their first baby. The "Glee" star announced the pregnancy on Tuesday by posting a graphic of a roll of bread in an oven. She noted in the accompanying text, "We're having a baby! Ryan and I feel so blessed and can't wait to welcome the newest member of our family." She also posted a throwback image with a photo of each of them as children.
Ben Woolf, most well known for his role on "American Horror Story," is dead at the age of 34 after suffering a head injury while crossing a street in Hollywood. The actor, who stands four feet four inches tall, was struck by the mirror of a passing car. "Ben was one-of-a-kind, and will never be forgotten," Woolf's rep tells E! News in a statement.
Joan Rivers and Elaine Stritch were not included in last night's In Memoriam segment at the Academy Awards. Rivers' fans (including several celebrities) took to Twitter to complain about the comedian and talk show host's non-inclusion in the segment. Stritch, whose career spanned television, cinema, and theater for over six decades, was also left off the tribute piece.
Harris Wittels, a producer on the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation," was found dead of suspected overdose in his L.A. home on Thursday. Police say that the final cause of death will be determined by the coroner's office. TMZ reports that the 30-year-old was found lying on his couch with no signs of trauma and drug paraphernalia on premises.
Neil Patrick Harris lends his style to the latest London Fog ad campaign. The "How I Met Your Mother" star poses in several black and white snaps for the collection's spring campaign. The shots feature Patrick wearing a suit, tie and umbrella combo as well as a more casual look of a button-up shirt, dark denim, and a tailored coat. He also poses with husband David Burtka in one of the photos.
Leeza Gibbons is the winner of season seven of "The Celebrity Apprentice," defeating Geraldo Rivera to take home the title. Gibbons' charity, Leeza's Care Connection, will get the $250,000 prize, added to the $714,000 total she raised for the foundation over the course of the show. "We had an incredible season and an incredible set of players this year."
Conan O'Brien is the most recent late night talk show host to have filmed an episode in Cuba. Conan and his crew jetted down to Havana in an attempt to give Americans a glimpse into daily Cuban life, TBS said. According to the network, the host spent "multiple days" over the weekend "in and around Havana" filming for his show. The episode airs March 4 at 11 p.m. ET.