"GLEE," PAUL MCCARTNEY, U2 AND MORE GET MUSICAL GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS
The Fox show "Glee" got four nominations for the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards and Paul McCartney and U2 picked up one each for Best Original Song.
"Glee" was nominated for Best Series, Musical or Comedy , Leah Michele, Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch were each nominated in the television acting categories for Best Actress, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress in a Musical or Comedy series, respectively.
"Glee" leads the pack of television shows up for Globes, beating the three apiece for "30 Rock," "Mad Men," "Dexter" and others.
Paul McCartney and U2 will compete for Best Original song . Paul got the nomination for the song "I Want to Come Home," for the film "Everybody's Fine," while U2 wrote and performed the song "Winter" for the movie, "Brothers."
Yeah Yeah Yeahs' frontwoman Karen O picked up a nomination for Best Original Score, for her work on "Where the Wild Things Are."
The 67th Annual Golden Globe awards will air January 17th on NBC.
WHITNEY HOUSTON ON THE COVER OF INSTYLE MAGAZINE
Whitney Houston is featured on the cover of the new InStyle Magazine and said that she is back and better than ever.
46-year-old Whitney gave tips on how to stay good looking, saying: "Sexy can be sexual without having to expose a lot of yourself. Your body can express a lot without your having to take off a lot. I try to splash it in there a little bit, just by body movement."
"A smile, a little glance, the way you lean back says sexy without being too open or offending anyone. Because once they've seen it all, they go, 'Man, I'm bored with that,' instead of 'Hmm, what's she going to do now?'"
The magazine hits newsstands Friday.
MICHAEL JACKSON'S MOONWALKING SHOES UP FOR AUCTION
A pair of loafers worn by Michael Jackson during one of his moonwalks are going up for auction in London today.
The sole of each shoe is signed by MJ and include the handwritten message : "Rock My World, Billie Jean."
The shows will be sold alongside the black Fedora hat worn by Michael during a performance of "Billie Jean" in New York in 2001.
The two items are expected to sell for close to $20,000.
The sale also includes a pair of Jackson 5 stage jeans and a cassette demo of the Jackson's song, "I've Never Heard' (This Is It)".
REESE WITHERSPOON, JAKE GYLLENHAAL... BOTH, BACK ON THE MARKET
We heard the same news, last week.
Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal are no longer together.
This week, it's true... allegedly.
Sources confirm (to E!) that the two decided to end their relationship about two weeks ago.
One source says, "They needed time to figure it out and they were on different coasts. When they were finally together, they talked it out and decided they're not going to be together anymore."
And it's completely amicable. "There are no other people involved. The relationship just ended. It just fizzled. But they also wanted to be careful and private about it because of Reese's kids."
50 CENT GIVES RELATIONSHIP ADVICE TO TIGER WOODS
50 Cent offered out relationship advice to Tiger Woods.
He said: "Tiger. It's interesting. Fear factor, you need a little fear there, a woman need to feel that maybe he's going to snap, 'So I ain't going to say that'. With Tiger there's no fear there. They be like, 'He left a message on my phone, he say he love me. He was going to leave her'."
"And he says, 'Hey it's Tiger baby I was trying to get my freak on a little later if you could call me back'. Damn, he's been tried and convicted when his wife hears that. Thirteen women and no condoms, you're a gambling man ain't you Tiger. Rappers use condoms often. Golfers apparently don't use condoms."