Kanye West; George W. Bush
Former President George W. Bush says that one of the most "disgusting moments" during his presidency was when Kanye West said he didn't "care about black people."
In his first one-on-one interview since leaving the White House, Bush tells NBC's Matt Lauer that he still resents West for his comments during the Hurricane Katrina telethon in 2005. West went off-script and said, "George Bush doesn't care about black people."
"That's — 'he's a racist.'
On this week's One Tree Hill, Brooke attempts to bond with her future mother-in-law while Julian searches for his best man. But Julian isn't too much of a guy's guy, so the task proves to be harder than he thought. It's especially funny when he calls himself J-Man on the phone to Clay, and Clay has no idea it's him.
Brooke and Sylvia head to a wedding expo, where their difference in taste becomes more apparent. Sparkles and a tiara are not for B. Davis. She calls on Haley to come help her out, but when Haley enjoys all the expo has to offer way too much (the champagne fountain really is a fountain of happiness), Brooke is left to fight the wedding battle all on her own. Luckily she gets Sylvia a bit liquored up and doesn't have to commit to any vendors on the spot.
Betty White and Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Tyler Moore will appear on the Hot in Cleveland Season 2 premiere, TV Land announced Tuesday.
While details of Moore's role is being kept under wraps, she'll have a storyline with Elka (Betty White), who was arrested in last season's finale.
Ricky Martin says he felt numb when he came out earlier this year.
The 38-year-old sent a mass email announcing the news in March and felt scared, but relieved afterward, he says on Tuesday's Oprah Winfrey Show.
"I just pressed 'send' ... My assistant walked in and I just started crying like a little baby," Martin tells Winfrey.