Jennifer Lopez's new song, "Invading My Mind," has invaded the Internet.
The American Idol judge's new track has leaked online The song, from her upcoming Island Def Jam album "Love?," follows "On the Floor," which features Pitbull. "Invading My Mind" is all about Lopez, though, and is a high energy, super-dance-y track.
Rebecca Black doesn't have to worry about any cyberbullying from Simon Cowell.
The X Factor creator counts himself as a fan of the 13-year-old YouTube sensation who's been drawing criticism for the viral hit "Friday," according to EW.
Heather Locklear won't have to dig deep for her next role. She'll be playing a famous actress.
The former Melrose Place star has landed a lead role in CBS' sitcom pilot, The Assistants, according to Deadline. She'll play Ali, a big-name actress whose emotional problems and insecurities may have led to her success.
A producer for Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option tour is revealing details about the upcoming event.
Joey Scoleri says the 21-date tour will feature monologues that will range from "hysterically funny to dark to very thought provoking," E! reports. Sheen won't be using professional writers, however, instead relying on whatever comes to mind (as the actor has done for his Web series Sheen's Korner).
CBS's The Big Bang Theory is getting another visit from a real life scientific genius. Following guest appearances by Nobel Laureate astrophysicist George Smoot and Hayden Planetarium astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Columbia University physics professor Brian Greene will play himself in the sitcom's April 7episode, "The Herb Garden Germination."
Ginnifer Goodwin is officially changing her name to... Ginnifer.
Turns out the Big Love star was born actually born "Jennifer Michelle Goodwin." She now wants to make her professional name, "Ginnifer," the real deal, TMZ reports.
It wasn't unanimous, but on Thursday night American Idol's bubbly Latina, Karen Rodriguez, was given her walking papers. Rodriguez, 21, is the second elimination from the Top 13, and once again, the judges decided not to use their one save to prevent her from going. But Rodriguez made everyone sit up and take notice when she was the only one chosen from some 33,000 online auditions to make it into the Top 24, and when she was able to skillfully blend English and Spanish in her performances of "Hero" and "Love Will Lead You Back." TV Guide Magazine spoke to the native New Yorker about her unique approach to Idol.
TV Guide Magazine: You sang in two languages, why?
Grant Show will be heading to Miami as a recurring guest star on USA's Burn Notice, EW reports.
Show will play a CIA operative named Max opposite Jeffrey Donovan's Michael Westen. He'll appear in the fifth season premiere, titled "Company Man," as well as in two more episodes.