JUSTIN BIEBERstarted a silly rumor when he said on a British talk show that he was approached to play the lead in the "50 Shades of Grey"movie. But he also said he was JUST JOKING.
Fox finally announced the judges for the next season of "American Idol", and as expected they'll be MARIAH CAREY, RANDY JACKSON, NICKI MINAJ and KEITH URBAN. The judges started filming over the weekend.
CHRIS BROWN'SCDs were spotted with a "THIS MAN BEATS WOMEN" warning sticker in the U.K. A store says a customer put the stickers on a few of Chris Brown's CDs . . . but they had nothing to do with it, and they've since removed them.
The original "Halloween"is returning to theaters on October 25th. You can find a list of participating theaters at HalloweenOnScreen.com. More theater news…. "Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" doesn't hit movie theaters until November 15. But tickets will go on sale October 1.
Katy Perry’s “Part OF Me” is out on DVD this week.
This Week's CD Releases Include Pink, Nelly Furtado, The Killers, and the Collaborative Disc from Kanye's G.O.O.D. Label:
--"Kanye West Presents Good Music Cruel Summer", Various Artists from Kanye West's Getting Out Our Dreams label. The GOOD artists on the disc include Kanye, Raekwon, DJ Khaled, The-Dream, John Legend, and Kid Cudi.
--Other guests include: R. Kelly, Jay-Z, Pusha T, 2 Chainz and Common.
--"The Truth About Love", the sixth album from Pink . . . It includes the suggestively-titled single "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)", and a song called "Here Comes the Weekend" featuring Eminem.
--"The Spirit Indestructible", the fifth album by Nelly Furtado . . . Nas makes a guest appearance on a track called "Something".
--"Battle Born", the fourth album from the Killers . . . with the single "Runaways".
--"Kiss", the second album from Carly Rae Jepsen . . . Aside from "Call Me Maybe", it includes "Good Time" featuring Owl City, and her Justin Bieber duet "Beautiful".
--"Tomahawk Technique", Sean Paul . . . It includes songs with Kelly Rowland, Chris Brown, and former "America's Got Talent" contestant Alexis Jordan.
For the first time in its 41-year history, Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in Orlando is going to serve alcohol. In November, a new "Beauty and the Beast"-themed restaurant is opening that will serve beer and wine during dinner.
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