Aisha Tyler returns to ‘The Talk’
Aisha Tyler is returning to the table on CBS. Deadline.com reports that the comedian has just been hired as the new co-host of "The Talk," starting today.
She’ll be joining Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne and fellow comedian Sheryl Underwood. Aisha’s not unfamiliar with hosting duties as she’s already got a new podcast, "Girl On Guy." She also voices the role of Lana Kane on the FX animated comedy "Archer."
Ashanti covers Whitney
Like many song birds before her, Ashanti has tried her hand at some of Whitney Houston’s biggest hits.
Ashanti belted out a medlet of "I Have Nothing" and "I Will Always Love You." Play the video below, and see if you think if she did the ballads any justice.
The-Dream and C.Milli officially divorce
It’s a officially over for The-Dream and Christina Milian. TMZ.com reports that the split was finalized on last week by a judge in Fulton County, Georgia.
The couple wed in 2009, but the marriage had broken down by the time their daughter, Violet, was born a year later. The-Dream filed for divorce in November 2010.
T-Pain sets rEVOLVEr release date
T-Pan is ready to step back into the spotlight with his ecclectic new album rEVOLVEr.
According Singersroom.com, T-Pain will drop his next studio project on December 6. "There is music for everyone on this album, but definitely still classic T-Pain at the same time," T-Pain said, noting that he’s expanded his audience since his last album was released.
T-Pain is also showing off his natural vocal skills and leaving the Auto-Tune behind. Check out him out in the video for "Drowning Again."
President Obama returns to ‘Tonight’
The “Tonight Show” audience will likely have to undergo a more extensive security check than usual when President Barack Obama returns to the late-night venue Tuesday.
The leader first visited the show in December 2006, and this week’s appearance will be his fourth on the show.
Star Jones talks MJ trial
Star Jones visited the “Today Show” to offer her perspective on the latest with the Conrad Murray trial.
According to Star, Dr. Murray could be exonerated if the defense raises questions in the jury member’s minds.
"The defense very clearly just needs to do reasonable doubt when it comes to cause of death," Star said.
According to “Today,” Janet Jackson has canceled upcoming shows in Australia to attend the trial.
"After talking with my family last night, I decided we must be together right now," she said in a statement posted Sunday.
Watch the latest report and Star’s rundown below.
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