*Tracy Morgan returns to TV tonight in the TBS series "The Last OG"
*It's Don't Go To Work Unless It's Fun Day.
*It's Tweed Day.
*It's World Party Day.
*On this day in 1953, TV Guide was published for the first time.
There's no doubt that Gwen Stefani knows a thing or two about makeup so it makes perfect sense that the singer is starting her own line of cosmetics.
Gwen has trademarked the name P8NT, as in "paint," for her line which will include makeup, nail polish, hair color and skin care products. It's not clear when P8NT will be available. Last year, Gwen was named a "global ambassador" for Revlon and appeared in the company's ad campaigns. (TMZ)
Viola Davis is the latest celebrity victim of a home break-in.
The star of How to Get Away With Murder and her husband, Julius Tennon, were asleep in their second floor bedroom when they heard glass breaking. They quickly flipped on the lights and saw three prowlers flee through a broken door. They had apparently used a ladder to climb up to a balcony outside the bedroom. Police say the would-be burglars got away, but they got a pretty good look at them in the home's surveillance footage.
Ace of Cakes star Duff Goldman knows how to make just about anything sweet, and that includes marriage proposals.
The 43-year-old baker proposed to his 24-year-old girlfriend, Johnna Colbry, with a recipe that included a lot of sweet words and a ring made out of butcher's twine. Goldman shared a photo on Instagram of the string ring and wrote, "I woke up yesterday and it felt like any other day. Sun was shining, birds was chirping. I made some coffee, ate a little breakfast, and got in the shower. I was shaving my head when like a mule kick to the heart I realized that I am absolutely in love with Johnna and I can’t imagine living another day without her in my life."
He says he didn't plan it out which is why he wasn't prepared with a real ring. He added, "I hope you don’t mind butcher’s twine, I am a chef, after all."
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum are separating after nearly nine years of marriage.
The former couple announced the split in a joint statement exclusive to PEOPLE:
"....We have lovingly chosen to separate as a couple. We fell deeply in love so many years ago and have had a magical journey together. Absolutely nothing has changed about how much we love one another, but love is a beautiful adventure that is taking us on different paths for now... "
The Tatums, who first met on the set of their 2006 movie Step Up and began dating shortly after before tying the knot in 2009. They have a daughter named Everly.
“Jesus Christ Superstar” Is A Ratings Slam Dunk -
It’s official; “Jesus Christ Superstar Live” was a hit.
9.4 million viewers tuned in to see John Legend crush it as Jesus. “American Idol” came in second with 7.4 million watching and everything else was pretty much in their dust.
Meanwhile, there’s a buzz on social media about one of the breakout performers from “JCSL,” New York City actor Brandon Victor Dixon, who played Judas, has been nominated for three Tony awards and most recently played the role of Aaron Burr in the Broadway production of "Hamilton."
Dixon made headlines back in November when he addressed Vice President-elect Mike Pence in the audience following a performance. Dixon is also a graduate of Columbia University.
“The Rock” Gets Depressed Too -
One of Hollywood's highest-paid actors, Dwayne Johnson, is opening up about battling depression and hard times.
The 45-year-old admitted in an interview with "Express" he went through hard times as a teen when his mother attempted suicide, which he saved her from. He also had to deal later on with being let go from the Canadian Football League and a break-up, which he said was his worst time.
Johnson says both he and his mom healed and both try and pay attention to when others are in pain. "We have to help them through it and remind them they are not alone," he says.
*The CW has renewed 10 of its series: Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Jane the Virgin, Riverdale, Supergirl and Supernatural.
*Star Rachel Bloom says Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's upcoming fourth season will be its last. She tweeted, “Just turned on my wifi on our flight to Chicago and found out that #CrazyExGirlfriend has been renewed for a final season.”
*Tracy Morgan has joined the cast of the Taraji P. Henson comedy What Men Want. It's based on the 2000 Mel Gibson rom-com What Women Want.