BET orders season 6 of ‘The Game’
BET has renewed "The Game" for another season! Deadline.com reports that the cast will be suiting up for season 6.
The network is set to make an official announcement on the dramedy’s return at its upfronts tomorrow. There’s word that BET is ordering 22 episodes of "The Game" for next season.
Also making a comeback is the Queen Latifah-produced sitcom "Let’s Stay Together." Reportedly, BET is still mulling over whether or not "Reed Between The Lines" will return.
Monica joining ‘RHOA’?
If Bravo needs a new Atlanta housewife next season, Monica might be a good fit! During her recent sit-down on "Watch What Happens Live," host Andy Cohen drew some interesting parallels between Monica and the cast.
So would Monica be interested in doing the show? "They don’t want me there. They wouldn’t want me there," she reasons.
Seal seeks joint custody
Auf Wiedersehen. Seal has filed some divorce papers of his own just four days after estranged wife Heidi Klum filed for a split.
E! News reports that the singer cited irreconcilable differences in the divorce from the supermodel. It may not be a vindictive measure so much as Seal trying to ensure that he gets time with his kids.
In court documents, Seal requested joint custody of their four children. Heidi originally filed for primary physical custody.
‘Glee’ to honor Whitney Houston
There’s word that "Glee" will be paying tribute to Whitney Houston! According to The Huffington Post, the musical sitcom will do eight of the diva’s hits on April 24 during an episode titled "Dance With Somebody."
The network hasn’t released many details about the show, but "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" and "It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay" may be among the songs covered later this month.
The cast of "Glee" is familiar with Whitney’s material. During the Valentine’s Day episode, producers had Mercedes sing "I Will Always Love You" to Sam. A memorial slate was also tacked onto the end of the show.
"Glee" recently did a tribute episode for Michael Jackson, so check out that show below to get an idea of how Fox might honor The Voice.
Rick Santorum drops presidential bid
Rick Santorum has dropped out of the running for the GOP presidential nomination.
He announced his decision to leave the race on Tuesday, citing no specific reason. “While this presidential race for us is over, for me, and we will suspend our campaign effective today, we are not done fighting," Rick said, explaining that he will still be pushing for republicans to defeat President Barack Obama in November.
Sources from inside the Santorum camp said that the decision was made over the weekend as his family dealt with the hospitalization of his toddler, Bella.