Mariah Carey, Lauren Huichan and Nick Cannon
Mariah Carey, Rosario Dawson, Wyclef Jean and Ashton Kutcher are participating in the second annual TeenNick Halo Awards, the network told TVGuide.com.
The show will recognize four teens for their philanthropic leadership in their respective communities. Each honoree recently was treated to a surprise visit from host and executive producer Nick Cannon and will receive a grant from the Entertainment Industry Foundation.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jay Leno
Is California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger pro-pot?
On Monday's Tonight Show, Jay Leno asked about the bill that the 63-year-old Terminator star signed to somewhat decriminalize smoking marijuana. The outgoing governor said the new law might have been a reason that Proposition 19 — which would've legalized the drug — didn't pass on Election Day.
Lauren Miller and Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen told Conan O'Brien that his proposal to girlfriend Lauren Miller wasn't quite what he planned.
"The second I got [the ring] I walked right upstairs to propose to her, but she was in our closet changing and she was literally only in her underpants ...," said the 28-year-old actor, who's next starring in the film The Green Hornet.
Darren Aronofsky and Rachel Weisz
Actress Rachel Weisz and writer/director Darren Aronofsky have split after nine years.
"They remain close friends and are committed to raising their son together in New York City," their rep said in a joint statement. The pair has been separated for several months now.
Hugh Laurie and Amber Tamblyn
The guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the second week of November sweeps:
Sunday, Nov. 7
The Simpsons (FOX)
Lisa Simpson has a crush on the sparkly new teen vampire in town (Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe); during Marge and Homer's second honeymoon at sea, they meet a castaway who sounds an awful lot like Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie).
The Los Angeles Unified School District has refused an offer to take part in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
In its first season, Food Revolution chronicled the British chef's attempts to improve school lunch programs in Huntington, W. Va. ABC announced last month that the second season would be filmed in Los Angeles, a city which Oliver called "his biggest challenge yet."