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Mario Lopez Likes His Buddy’s Juicy Butt, Jake Gyllenhaal Is A Musical Theater Queen And Downton Abbey Meets Star Wars

Is there anything Jake Gyllenhaal can’t do? Apparently, he can even sing well enough to play Seymour in a City Concert production of Little Shop of Horrors in July.

Probably only James Corden, the host of The Late Late Show, is brave enough to match vocal skills with Jennifer Hudson, as they do in this installment of “Carpool Karaoke.” The great J.Hud even makes their drive-thru order sound like a classic jam.


While serving as grand marshal during the Miami Pride parade, Mario Lopez saw something he liked so he grabbed it.

The rise, fall and comeback of the New Wave band Spandau Ballet, who gave us  such beloved international pop classics as “Gold” and “True,” is recounted in the brutally honest doc Soul Boys of the Western World. Look for it in select theaters and on VOD starting April 29.

Actor Robert James Collier is much nicer than the villainous gay butler he plays so well on Downton Abbey. To raise money for Chilterns MS Centre, he filmed a Downton Abbey-Star Wars mashup and encourages fans to make a donation.


In Cold Blood, Truman Capote’s true crime classic (which might not be 100 percent accurate), has been optioned to become a TV miniseries.


West Hollywood is celebrating National Poetry Month by bringing the literary art form into the streets and decorating its famed Santa Monica Boulevard with banners, including the one above which honors Steven Reigns, WeHo’s first official City Poet.


Drake is doing damage control on the now-notorious lip lock Madonna planted on him during his Coachella set Sunday. The sexy rapper says he wasn’t repulsed as many news outlets have claimed, but was excited to make out with the Queen.

Amy Schumer is fearless, shameless and hilarious. Those are just three of the reasons we can’t wait for the new season of her Comedy Central series Inside Amy Schumer. Just don’t watch the super-NSFW promo, which expands on that naughty schoolyard rhyme “Milk, Milk, Lemonade,” while you’re at the office or hanging with your mom.