The Short List

GOSSIP: Chris Colfer Stays With Glee, Channing Tatum Won’t Drop Trou, And More

Welcome to the Short List, where you’ll find all the news and entertainment tidbits worth digesting for the day.

In this edition, Ricky Martin is unmarried but still sexy (and he knows it), Andy Cohen is taking over late night, and Snooki is, um, violating Lady Gaga.

chris-colfer*Chris Colfer (right)  and Lea Michele will be returning for Season 4 of Glee, instead of getting their own little post-graduation spin-off.  [The Insider]

*More Glee news: Ricky Martin will be singing “Sexy And I Know It,” the LMFAO hit, during his guest appearance on the show as a hot Spanish teacher. [Access Hollywood]

*Speaking of Señor Bon-Bon, his publicist denies Martin is marrying his longtime boyfriend, Carlos Gonzalez Abella. “It is a completely incorrect report. Ricky Martin has no set plans to marry.” [Herald Sun]

*Although he would’ve said yes if an offer was made, Marc Jacobs thought it was a good decision not to take over Dior in John Galliano‘s anti-Semitic wake. “We agreed that it was probably best for everyone,” he said. [London Telegraph]

*Watch What Happens, the boozy Bravo talk show from Andy Cohen (left), started its five-nights-a-week run on Sunday with Kandi Burress and Questlove. Upcoming guests including Ralph Fiennes, Rosie O’Donnell and Jimmy Fallon. [Access Hollywood]

*Weekend, the slow-moving but acclaimed film about an intimate 48-hour period between two gay men, is Rotten Tomatoes top-ranked romance of 2011, beating out straight fare like Jane Eyre and Crazy, Stupid, Love. Senior-gay romance Beginners, meanwhile, took third place. But was there enough gay sex? [The Advocate]

*Watch out, Hollywood pedophiles: All-grown-up child star Corey Feldman says he will name two older men who molested him in a new memoir. “When I was 14 and 15, things were happening to me.”  [The Daily Mail]

*Speaking of perverts, Snooki tweets that she wants to “rape” Lady Gaga. [Twitter]

 

*Gay fave and budding fashion icon Nicki Minaj gets the New York Times profile treatment, though she declined an interview. [NYT]

*That bi Bachelor contestant, Monica Spannbauer, may not swing both ways after all. Her mom says she was drunk and it was a ploy for TV. [Radar]

*We are suddenly a little less interested in Magic Mike, Steven Soderbergh‘s all-star male-stripper movie based on Channing Tatum‘s early days. “It won’t be full frontal, it’s just thongs or whatever you want to call them and underwear” [Collider]