THE PUSSY-CATFIGHT, CONTINUES
The rest of the Pussycat Dolls are not on speaking terms with Nicole Sherzinger -- so we could forget about the group ever reuniting.
Despite claims from their label, Interscope, that the girls are merely "on a break," a source told the NY Post , "It is war. They have broken up for good. None of the other girls are speaking to Nicole, who they believe took the limelight, then went off to do her own thing."
Kimberly Wyatt recently admitted she hadn't heard from Nicole in months.
(BTW: Nicole is working on a solo album.)
BIG ARTISTS SHOW UP FOR THE LATEST VERSION OF "A VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS"
Sean Kingston, Mitchel Musso and the Carter Twins all show up on the seventh edition of the "A Very Special Christmas" series.
The album features 13 tracks and also includes songs from Kellie Pickler, Gloriana and Colbie Caillat .
The series started two decades ago with U2, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna and Sting and has gone on to raise $100 million for Special Olympics.
TWENTY-FIVE RECORDINGS ADDED TO THE GRAMMY HALL OF FAME
The Recording Academy added songs by James Brown, Bob Marley, the Beach Boys, Louis Armstrong and others to its Grammy Hall of Fame. That brought the total number of titles in the collection to 851.
The 25 recordings added to the list include James Brown's 1966 "It's A Man's Man's Man's World" and Bob Marley's 1973 album "Catch a Fire" .
Also on the list was the Beach Boys' 1965 song "California Girls," Louis Armstrong's 1931 "Lazy River" and the 1972 George Carlin comedy album, "Class Clown" .
The 25 recordings will be displayed along with the rest of the collection at the Grammy Museum in downtown Los Angeles.
NICOLE KIDMAN: NOT PREGNANT
Nicole Kidman isn’t pregnant again.
Photos of Kidman at the American Music Awards holding her belly and a finger to her lips inspired speculation that the actress is expecting.
But her rep says the pregnancy rumor isn’t true.
IN THEATERS THIS WEEKEND: OPENING IN WIDE RELEASE
A skilled assassin engages in a deadly game of cat and mouse to take down the elusive secret society of killers-for-hire that trained him. ( PROJECTION: $ 16 MIL weekend, $ 20 MIL 5-day haul)
Robin Williams and John Travolta are not-so-kid-savvy bachelors who are unexpectedly charged with the care of 7-year-old twins. ( PROJECTION : $ 20 MIL weekend, $ 30 MIL 5-day haul).
Fantastic Mr. Fox (PG)
George Clooney supplies the voice of the wily hero in director Wes Anderson's animated adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl story.
*** "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" is projected to pull in at least, another $65 MIL over the weekend.