Thursday, July 24, 2014
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Celebrities & Gossip

Also in Tattle: Houston, we have a problem; Queen rocks Boardwalk, Duran Duran sues own fan club.
Colbert to stay in N.Y.C. It's a good day when Stephen Colbert makes New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's day. It was a good Wednesday when Cuomo registered an ecstatic response to an announcement by CBS that The Late Show will not migrate to California when Colbert takes the helm from David Letterman. The show will continue to be hosted at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Also: Marc Summers gives a gift to Marc Vetri, Mendte back on the air.
Jon Bon Jovi, a rock-and-roller as well known for his public works as for his music, was announced Wednesday as the 2014 recipient of Philadelphia's...
Singer Robin Thicke and his estranged wife Paula Patton have put their Los Angeles mansion on the market.
Whitney Houston's mom Cissy Houston has slammed an upcoming TV biopic about the late singer, calling on filmmakers to "let her rest".
Actor Zach Braff has denied rumors he's dating Taylor Swift, insisting he has sworn off dating "super-famous girls" after becoming a tabloid target while romancing singer/actress Mandy Moore.
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith's daughter Willow has had a tough lesson on drugs after learning her cousin was slipped a date rape pill at a party.
Also: Get free tickets to see Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum; Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame announced.
Also in Tattle: Billy Joel wins Gershwin Prize, Stephen Colbert wields Hachette agains Amazon and EPA = LOL.
Actress Zoe Saldana is expecting her first child. The Avatar star, 36, is set to become a mother for the first time with her Italian artist husband...