• It's a go! "An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour." Is happening. Tickets for the U.K. performances go on sale tomorrow.
  • The flu is running early this year. Looks like it could be a tough season. Not too early to get your flu shot.
  • Apparently Julianne Hough is comfortable in the buff. After posing nude for the cover of Women's Health's "Naked Strength" issue, the America's Got Talent judge walked around naked for a week after the shoot before sharing a totally topless photo to Instagram.
  • Ladies, the latest "Bachelor" star, Peter Weber, still lives at home with his parents.
  • Nick Carter has obtained a restraining order against his brother, Aaron Carter, citing his recent "alarming behavior."
  • San Francisco Giants rookie Mike Yastrzemski hit a home run Wednesday in his second at-bat in Boston's Fenway Park. A place his grandfather, Carl Yastrzemski, hit his fair share of homers.
  • TV news lost another legend this week: Sander Vanocur, who lost his battle with dementia at age 91. Among his accomplishments, he was the last person to interview Robert Kennedy before his assassination.
  • Taylor Swift has announced her 2020 Lover Fest Tour, which includes only four stops in the U.S.. She kicks off overseas in Belgium in June before hitting Germany, Norway, Denmark, Poland, France, Portugal and Brazil. Then, Swift is scheduled to open Los Angeles' brand new SoFi Stadium with back-to-back Lover Fest West shows in July, becoming the first woman to open an NFL stadium. The Hollywood Park stadium is the future home of the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams football teams.
  • "Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller offers advice to what Felicity Huffman Can expect in prison: "The first day going in is the most stressful."
  • A split Sixth Circuit Court affirmed the victory for the Spencer Davis Group and Steve Winwood in a copyright suit over their iconic 1966 song "Gimme Some Lovin'." It found Tuesday that the lower court did not err in finding the accusers' evidence inadmissible in court.
  • NBC weather guy Al Roker had hip replacement surgery yesterday.
  • Researchers at Stanford say they just may have come up with a cure for the common cold.
  • The New York Giants are going to bench Eli Manning on Sunday and start Daniel Jones as quarterback.
  • John Bolton is reportedly already talking to book agents after leaving the White House.
  • Paul Hogan says he was great as "Crocodile Dundee" but not as a husband.
  • Jennifer Lawrence and her fiancee, art dealer Cooke Maroney, were photographed outside the New York City marriage bureau, so naturally there is speculation they've tied the knot.
  • Indonesia's parliament has raised the minimum age at which women can marry from 16 to 19.
  • Big doings in Farmington Hills, Michigan today, where they've been collecting dryer lint and plan to go for a world record for the largest dryer lint ball ever lit on fire. The current record is 99-pounds. They think they've got this one, as their ball at last check weighed over 1,000 pounds.
  • Merriam-Webster has added 530 words and phrases to their dictionary, including vacay, red flag law and deep state.
  • Jennifer Aniston says that, before "Friends," she was told she'd have to lose 30 pounds to make it in Hollywood.
  • Yes, that was Rihanna in South Korea this week, making an appearance to support her Fenty Beauty line.
  • Remember, this was supposed to be the weekend when people were going to storm Area 51.
  • We hear that Richard Simmons, who has been in hiding for the past five years, owes the government around $24,000 in back taxes.
  • Charlie Sheen's ex-well, one of them-Brooke Mueller, checked herself in to rehab again in July and is still there. They say she's making more progress than she had made in previous places and will stay "as long as it takes."


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