Joanne Garcia and Nick Swisher have welcomed a baby girl into the world. The couple have been tight with details after announcing the pregnancy in November. But, last week Swisher spoke with Yahoo! on the couple's prep for the newborn: "I am so excited. I never in a million years thought I'd have a little girl, but over the last six months, the pink and purple dresses that I've bought."
Paris Hilton will release her sophomore album on Cash Money Records, home to the likes of Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake among others. Label boss Birdman welcomed Hilton to the crew via Twitter, "Welcome@ParisHilton to tha Family.RichgangRichgirl.YMCMB," adding that fans can expect to hear some music from her "soon."
Orange County Chopper boss and former "Monster Garage" host Jesse James reportedly cut off his pinky finger in a recent shop accident. James broke news of the incident via Instagram, posting a picture of the chopped off finger tip. "Doesn't look like this little dude's gonna make it, Nice know'n you little buddy. #jessejames #westcoastchoppers," he wrote in the post.
"Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts will reportedly release a memoir of her struggle with cancer and her long road to recovery. According to USA Today the book will be released via Grand Central Publishing. The memoir will be released both as a paper book and audio book and is expected for release in April 2014. Robin will go into detail about her struggle with myelodysplastic syndrome.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo's has ordered a designer clothing line run by Khloe Kardashian and her husband Lamar Odom, to stop selling a t-shirt that bears an emblem that looks suspiciously like the New York State logo. If the reality couple doesn't comply within five days, the state will sue, according to documents obtained by the Daily News.
Carol Burnett has been named this year's recipient of the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for Humor. The 80-year-old comic will be honored with the award at an official ceremony held at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington, D.C. on October 20. The event will be taped for a PBS special that will air on October 30.
Mia Maestro has reportedly signed on to appear in a new FX network pilot called "The Strain." Maestro, best known for her role on "Alias," will play Dr. Nora Martinez on the new series from Guillermo Del Toro and Carlton Cuse. The show will be based on Del Toro and Chuck Hogan's novel trilogy of the same name.
CBS has reportedly pulled the season finale of their series "Mike & Molly" in light of the recent tornado damage in the state of Oklahoma. The show's plot centered on a tornado striking Chicago and was called "Windy City." Network heads broke news of the cancellation with an official statement saying: "Due to the tragic events this afternoon in Oklahoma, we are pre-empting tonight's season."
ABC has added to the lineup of its new singing competition show "Sing Your Face Off." "Torchwood" and "Arrow" star John Barrowman will serve as the show's host while former pop idol Debbie Gibson will be one of the judges. According to ew.com the show will bring celebrity contestants together to take on the musical persona of a different icon each week.
Seth MacFarlane has pulled himself out of the running as the host for the 2014 Oscars. He broke the news in a series of tweets earlier this week saying that while the show's producers were interested, his schedule wouldn't accommodate. "Traumatized critics exhale: I'm unable to do the Oscars again," MacFarlane tweeted Monday afternoon. "Tried to make it work schedule-wise, but I need sleep."
"Doctor Who" will be back for its eighth season, wrote the BBC on its blog over the weekend, adding that lead writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat, is "already plotting a brand new run of adventures for the Doctor." Matt Smith, who's played the doc since 2010, told TV Magazine that he'll definitely be back for the eighth season.
NBC sources have reportedly confirmed that Fred Armisen is planning to part ways with "Saturday Night Live" at the end of this season. Rumors are also swirling that fellow cast mate Jason Sudeikis is also planning his departure. The news follows shortly after the announcement that Bill Hader will leave the show at the end of this season along with Seth Myers, who is leaving as well.
"The Office," NBC's long-running workplace comedy, has finally come to an end. The series finale had expected surprises (Dwight's marriage to Angela), as well as some unexpected ones (Michael Scott's return to the show in the role of Dwight's best man). "I feel like all my kids grew up and then they married each other," said Michael (Steve Carell) to the camera at the wedding reception.
Kim Kardashian has reportedly invited friends and family members to her baby shower. According to eonline.com the invites were shipped in custom music boxes adorned with a wind-up ballerina. It will be the first child for Kim and her boyfriend Kanye West and the shower is reportedly set for June 2. The announcement follows rumors that Kim's sisters are planning a major bash for the shower.
Candice Glover is the champion of "American Idol" season 12. The soaring songstress took home the prize after competing on the talent show three times. "I can't even -- oh my God. Three years!" said the teary Glover after defeating Kree Harrison in the final match. The previous night both Glover and Harrison had performed three songs apiece.