Blue Ivy Carter is the name of the baby girl that pop star Beyoncé, 30, and her music mogul husband Jay-Z welcomed into the world Saturday night, according to E! The singer gave birth at Lenox Hill Hospital on Manhattan's upper East Side. A hospital employee told the New York Daily News that the couple rented out the hospital's entire fourth floor for $1.3 million.

Box office scare

The fright flick The Devil Inside scared up a monstrous $34.5 million opening weekend.

The surprise hit from Paramount Pictures debuted well above industry expectations as horror fans crowded theaters for the low-budget tale about exorcists trying to free a woman possessed by evil spirits.

Paramount already is well into profit with the film, an independently produced movie that the studio bought for $1 million.

The Devil Inside bumped another Paramount hit, Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, from the No. 1 spot to No. 2 with $20.5 million.

Awards season gets rolling

The National Society of Film Critics chose Melancholia as best picture of the year for 2011. Kirsten Dunst was named best actress for her performance in the film, while Brad Pitt was named best actor for his work in Moneyball and The Tree of Life. Albert Brooks won best supporting actor for his appearance in Drive, and Jessica Chastain was named best supporting actress for her work in three films: The Tree of Life, Take Shelter, and The Help.

Red hot

Comic Kathy Griffin is once again in the spotlight, despite her proudly self-proclaimed D-List status. The Bravo network said it would premiere Kathy, a weekly talk show hosted by Griffin, sometime this spring. The show will also feature stand-up comedy, celebrity interviews, and taped segments.

After ever after

Us Weekly reports that former Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel has decided to end her Bravo reality show, Bethenny Ever After, after season three, which premieres Feb. 20 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

"The door is open for other projects with Bravo," adds the source. "But as far as Bethenny Ever After goes, she feels that ending the show on a high note and ending it after this season would be best for her family. She doesn't want her daughter to grow up on TV."

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