OWN has canceled the relationship drama Love Is..., after executive producer Salim Akil was sued by a woman claiming he abused her during an extramarital affair, Variety reports.
Rosie O'Donnell is a grandmother. The comedian's daughter Chelsea recently gave birth to a baby girl named Skylar Rose. (E! News)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Chelsea Peretti will host the 2019 Writers Guild Awards February 17th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
There’s No Going Back To “The Office” For Steve Carell - Steve Carell says he wouldn't reprise his role as Michael Scott for a reboot of The Office.
He and fellow cast members Ed Helms, Jenna Fischer and Ellie Kemper stirred up speculation that the show may be returning when they reunited on “Saturday Night Live” in November. Most of the cast, minus Carell, also got together earlier this month.
Carell told the news outlet, “Collider”, that he could not see “The Office” being the same if it was brought back, and he thinks it's best to "just let it exist as what it was." He says the odds of the show’s success a second time are slim. Source: Consequence Of Sound
PARIS HILTON: Keeping $2 Million Engagement Ring
Paris Hilton ditched ex-fiance Chris Zylka, but she's not ditching the $2 million engagement ring he gave her.
While on Jenny McCarthy’s Sirius XM show, Paris explained why she's holding on to the 20-karat diamond sparkler. “The [jeweler] who we got it from got millions and millions of dollars of free publicity,” she said. “I love how social media has basically become a new form of money. It’s pretty sick.”
Asked if she got to keep the ring, Paris said, "Yes. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend."
But as TMZ points out, the law is against her. "If Paris called off the engagement -- which she did -- Chris has a right to get it back. It's called a gift in contemplation of marriage."
JERRY SEINFELD: Top-Earning Comedian
Jerry Seinfeld is again the world's highest-paid comedian.
According to Forbes, the funnyman earned $57.5 million between June 2017 and June 2018, thanks to "multimillion-dollar dividends from his 2017 Netflix deal and Hulu’s streaming rights to all nine seasons of Seinfeld." He's led the list every year since it began in 2006, except for 2016, when Kevin Hart jumped to the top.
This year, Hart came within a half-million dollars of Seinfeld, which was good enough for second. Dave Chappelle ($35 million), Chris Rock ($30 million) and Ricky Gervais ($25 million) round out the Top 5.
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