ABC/Fred Lee(LOS ANGELES) -- Joshua James Corbett, the man accused of stalking actress Sandra Bullock, was arraigned on Wednesday, after his court appearance was pushed back from last month.
Corbett entered a not guilty plea on Wednesday. A pre-trial hearing date was set for June 8.
The 33-year-old Corbett faces charges including first-degree residential burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun after he allegedly climbed a fence onto Bullock's property and broke into her residence last June. Bullock was home at the time of the incident.
Photo by: Timothy White/E!(NEW YORK) -- The debate and speculation is over -- Kylie Jenner has finally admitted to using fillers in her lips.
During a cameo for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Jenner, 17, speaks to the camera in a testimonial and was asked about her "beautiful lips."
"I have temporary lip fillers, it's just an insecurity of mine and it's what I wanted to do," she said.
She continues, "I'm just not ready to talk to reporters about my lips yet because everyone always picks us apart."
She then gives the reporter a vague answer about using different colors.
In another clip, Kylie's sister Khloe Kardashian says, "Kylie decided to plump her lips and I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I think if you've done something though, it is right to cop up to it."
She advises her sister not to talk around it because she'll "look like a liar."
Photo by Jeff Kravitz/OneD/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Former One Direction band member Zayn Malik was in a photo with producer Naughty Boy, and his former band mate Louis Tomlinson felt the need to crack a joke.
The picture that Naughty Boy posted on Twitter has a filter that distorts the image, and has a caption, "Replace this," that may or may not allude to Malik leaving the band.
To which, Malik, 22, replied, "@Louis_Tomlinson remember when you had a life and stopped making b****y comments about mine ?"
In the middle of all that, you'll notice that Tomlinson and Naughty Boy got into it, as well.
"@Louis_Tomlinson and some people can't even sing.. but who's complaining when there's auto tune eh," the producer wrote.
Then Tomlinson, 23, wrote, "How does it feel to be riding on the back of someone else's career ?"
Finally, Naughty Boy wrote, "Yeah how does it feel mate? You've been doing that for the last five years... I've got Emeli Sande and Sam smith on my CV."
The squabble comes less than two months after Malik left One Direction.
"My life with One Direction has been more than I could ever have imagined. But, after five years, I feel like it is now the right time for me to leave the band. I have to do what feels right in my heart. I am leaving because I want to be a normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight," Malik wrote on Facebook back in March.
ABC/Matt Petit(NEW YORK) -- Getting eliminated from Dancing with the Stars wasn't easy on Chris Soules. However, the former Bachelor star admitted that part of him is happy to be done with reality TV for a while.
"There's nothing I want more than just to be a normal dude back in Iowa," he told ABC News after the elimination. "I'm really looking forward to that."
Shortly after the finale of The Bachelor aired a few months ago, the farmer from Arlington, Iowa, immediately began training for DWTS. A life on television, he said, is not what he wants.
"The spotlight isn't something I asked for," he said. "It was an awesome experience and it was more than I could have ever expected, but... there's a lot of upside to going back and getting back to work."
And maybe wedding planning too? Soules is currently engaged to Whitney Bischoff, whom he met on The Bachelor.
Timothy White/E!(NEW YORK) — Kendall Jenner got emotional when her father, Bruce Jenner, revealed to her that he was transgender.
In a trailer released Tuesday to promote the upcoming E! special, Keeping Up with the Kardashians: About Bruce, fans see how Bruce's eldest daughter with his third ex-wife, Kris Jenner, reacted to the news. The model tearfully got up from her seat in search of tissues.
"He's the most amazing person I know. I couldn't ask for a better dad," Kendall says in a confessional. "He taught me how to ride a bike and be the tomboy that I am."
Kendall, 19, also details the 45-minute drives he would make to drop off and pick her up from school. In a separate trailer, Kim Kardashian, Bruce's stepdaughter, admires his pedicure. "Your feet are actually way more feminine than I ever would've imagined. I am impressed!" she says.
A proud Bruce responds, saying he did it himself. He adds that he even does his own makeup, adding, "I could do your makeup. I could do it all baby!"
About Bruce follows the Olympian's interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer in which he revealed he was transgender.
Keeping Up with the Kardashians: About Bruce, a two-part special, airs May 17 and May 18 at 9 p.m. ET on E!
ABC(LOS ANGELES) — As reality TV stars, Chris Soules and Robert Herjavec are used to dishing out rejection, but they were eliminated from ABC’s Dancing with the Stars Tuesday, just one week shy of the semifinals.
Soules, the 33-year-old star of ABC’s The Bachelor, and Herjavec, one of the investors on ABC’s Shark Tank, were both voted off the show in a double-elimination, along with their respective partners, Allison Holker and Kym Johnson.
The two TV personalities had struggled during their time on the program. Soules, a farmer from Iowa, has shown steady improvement in recent weeks although his scores have hovered at or near the bottom of the leaderboard.
The judges have commended Herjavec’s dedication throughout the competition -- his smiling turns on the dance floor made it clear the business mogul was enjoying his participation in the show -- even though they’ve said his performances were inconsistent.
Herjavec was the first to learn his fate Tuesday when it was announced midway through the show.
When Erin Andrews, the show’s co-host, brought up the apparently affectionate relationship between Herjavec and Johnson and asked what was next for the couple, the Shark Tank star smiled and, without answering directly, said it was great to have been on the show.
“This show is such an inspiration to so many people. I’m so honored to have been able to do this. It was so much fun, wasn’t it, Kym?” he said, and she agreed, adding that Herjavec “embraced every single dance he’s done.”
But Tom Bergeron, the show’s longtime host, added his own relationship comment, telling Herjavec: “Robert you may not have won the mirror ball trophy but I’m suspecting you won someone’s heart.”
Johnson smiled and appeared surprised, while Herjavec smiled and replied: “Tom, I’m not sure I feel that way about you.”
Soules learned his fate at the end of the show, and he was overcome with emotion when Andrews asked him how he felt. He got choked up and had tears in his eyes.
When Bergeron asked Soules to share what he was feeling, The Bachelor star replied: “It’s been an incredible experience. I’m just thankful to have been a part of it,” he said, his voice full of emotion. Soules said that he’d done something he never thought he’d be able to do. “It’s life changing. I’m forever grateful,” Soules added.
“I love this guy so much, Carson said of Soules. “This has been the most rewarding season.”
Tuesday’s eliminations came as no surprise, unlike last week’s revelation that consistent high scorer Willow Shields was being voted off.
Elimination is based on a combination of judges’ scores and viewers’ votes.
Returning to the show next week for the season’s semifinals are actress Rumer Willis, who earned two perfect scores on Monday’s show; Olympian Nastia Liukin; R5 band member Riker Lynch and U.S. Army veteran Noah Galloway.
Tuesday’s elimination show also featured Carly Rae Jepsen performing her new hit, “I Really Like You,” and Josh Groban singing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
ABC’s Dancing with the Stars returns next Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern time.
Alan Singer/CBS(BALTIMORE) — After recording a protest song in response to the ongoing turmoil in Baltimore, Prince will stage a Rally 4 Peace concert in the city this Sunday.
The concert, to be held at Royal Farms Arena, will feature Prince and his group 3RDEYEGIRL, plus as-yet-unannounced "industry superstars."
The show "is meant to be a catalyst for pause and reflection following the outpouring of violence that has gripped Baltimore and areas throughout the U.S," according to a press release.
Attendees are encouraged to wear something gray in tribute to those recently lost in the violence.
Tickets will go on sale Wednesday at 5 p.m. local time on LiveNation.com.
Prince recently recorded a song titled "Baltimore" in response to the incident in the city involving Freddie Gray -- who died one week after suffering a spinal injury while in police custody -- and the ensuing riots.
ABC/Rick Rowell(NEW YORK) — Anna Kendrick is glad there's finally a public discussion on Hollywood's gender bias, and she wants in on it.
“All the films nominated [for a Best Picture Oscar] this year had male leads. Like, every single one," notes the 20-year-old actress in the June issue of Glamour magazine. "So I’m glad that [equality’s] feeling like a bigger issue now."
Kendrick also contends that Hollywood treats men and women differently, especially when it comes to casting movies.
"There’s [a film I’m considering] now where I have to wait for all the male roles to be cast before I can even become a part of the conversation," she tells the magazine. "Part of me gets that. [But] part of me is like, ‘What the f**k? You have to cast for females based on who’s cast as males?’"
"To me, the only explanation is that there are so many f**king talented girls, and from a business standpoint it’s easier to find women to match the men," she continues. "I totally stand by the belief that there are 10 unbelievably talented women for every role.”
When asked if that makes her feel more competitive with other actresses, Kendrick declares, "I don’t think it makes you more competitive. If anything, it bonds you because we’re all dealing with the same problem."
Kendrick reprises her role as Beca Mitchel in Pitch Perfect 2, opening nationwide May 15.
Patrick Ecclesine/Fox(NEW YORK) — Don't expect Zooey Deschanel to show off her post-baby body on the cover of a magazine after she gives birth to her first child. She's not into such photo shoots.
"Haven’t we all seen those pictures of a sexy new mom in a bikini after one month? I will not be that person," she says in the June issue of Cosmopolitan.
"I’ve always gone my own course and never been someone who had the need to be super skinny. I like a healthy look," Deschanel continues. "I don’t buy into that skinny-is-better mentality. I just eat healthy and work out and don’t worry about my weight too much. Actresses aren’t models, and most of them never wanted to be."
Deschanel is expecting her first child with fiance, Jacob Pechenik. Their bundle of joy is due this summer.
Along with exciting changes at home, Deschanel is also enjoying success on the small screen in Fox's comedy New Girl.
"I’m very focused. I work all the time, but I do what I love and I don’t care what people think of it," she says. "You don’t become successful by trying to be ‘a success.’ You become successful by doing things that give you pleasure. That’s a hallmark of mine."
The Emmy Award-nominated actress says she's happy to be on TV right now. "It’s a good time for women on TV. We can be funny in our own way…and funny doesn’t mean just one thing. Funny isn’t just one-liners. It’s big personalities and individualism," says Deschanel.
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Ashton Kutcher said thank you to his mom, Diane, with a special Mother's Day surprise.
The 37-year-old actor teamed up with Houzz, an online design site in which he's an investor, to fulfill his "childhood dream" of renovating his childhood home in Iowa. He documented the renovation project in a video series.
"It's my way of saying thank you to my mom," Kutcher explains in the video. "My mom has been the greatest influence in my life -- my parents gave me everything. They went to great sacrifices to give me the life that I have and anything I can do to say thank you is the right thing."
Kutcher, who says he built the house "from scratch" with his stepdad, Mark, when he was just 13 years old, reveals, "The one thing that has eternally bonded my stepdad and I is that my stepdad loves my mom as much as I do."
"When you're the oldest son, and your parents have gone through a divorce," shares Kutcher, "you're always mistrustful of any other guy, but Mark stepped in and a lot of ways was there for me in ways my dad couldn't be there for me."
"I'm one of those people in this world who's lucky enough to have two dads," he adds. "I'm just a blessed person to have that much love in my life."
Kutcher says that he wanted the home remodeled to reflect how his parents live now and "how they're going to be living with grandkids running around."
One of those grandkids is Wyatt Isabelle, the actor's seven-month-old daughter with partner and former That 70s Show co-star Mila Kunis.
"Being able to do this for my mom, it's like a lifelong dream," notes Kutcher. "You know you grow up and you have a good parent, and I don't know that there's anything I could ever do that really says thank you, but trying sure feels good."
Bret Hartman/CBS(LOS ANGELES) — A Price Is Right contestant who uses a wheelchair thinks it's "hilarious" that she won a treadmill during an episode of the CBS game show that aired Tuesday.
After Danielle Perez joined host Drew Carey on stage, it was revealed that she would be playing for a treadmill and a sauna. She remarked to Carey that the prizes "are really nice!" However, several viewers pointed out the awkward moment on Twitter.
Perez, who ended up winning both prizes, told People magazine on Tuesday that from her perspective, "It's hilarious, it's the best."
"I thought the day that I won it and experiencing that was the best day ever, but today, sharing it with everyone, it's been incredible," she added.
Perez, who does not have feet, said her appearance was edited somewhat. "When they revealed the prizes the audience hesitated," she said. "There was a feeling of, 'Oh no, they're not really serious. They're not gonna do this, they're not gonna put this woman through this.'"
She said she was so excited to be on the show that her mind-set was to win, no matter what the prizes were.
So, what will she do with her new treadmill? Perez told People, "At first I was going to sell it, but now with all of this happening, I kind of want to keep it to have as a memento. Maybe I could get Drew Carey to sign it for me. That'd be awesome."
Perez, a comedian, plans to incorporate her Price Is Right experience into an upcoming performance.
Perez is scheduled to make an appearance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night.
George Pimentel/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Miley Cyrus' latest venture isn't a new movie or an album. On Monday, she launched the Happy Hippie Foundation, which aims to bring awareness to youth homelessness and other vulnerable communities, such as the LGBT community.
"I'm the one that can fix it," Miley said of the problems plaguing homeless and LGBT youth on Tuesday's Good Morning America. "And I think I've been able to identify with it just because I've never thought of myself as I'm a girl and so I can't do this or I can do this or you gotta be a boy to do that. I've never thought about that. I feel completely like I'm not tied to a gender or to an age. I feel, you know, like an infinite cosmic thing and that's what I want people to feel."
Although it started with bringing a homeless teen with her to the MTV Video Music Awards, Miley said she was recently inspired to expand her foundation for LGBT youth when she saw Bruce Jenner's interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer, in which he revealed he's transitioning to a woman. Miley added that she "thought it was really cool" that he used his platform to bring awareness of transgender issues to "that many impressionable people."
Miley is kicking off fundraising for her foundation with a number of music video collaborations called "Backyard Sessions" filmed in her own backyard -- hence, the name. Miley's friends and frequent collaborators -- such as Joan Jett, transgender rocker Laura Jane Grace, folk legend Melanie Safka, and Ariana Grande -- are featured in the videos, which will premiere exclusively on Miley's Facebook page. The social networking site has placed a special "Donate" link on the page so fans can contribute to The Happy Hippie Foundation, where funds will create digital support groups for LGBT youth and their families.
The first video features Miley and Joan singing "Different," a song from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts' 2013 album, Unvarnished.
Miley said if she has any advice for a teen struggling with who they are, she'd give them this advice: "You want to be peaceful with yourself and happy with yourself and love yourself. And sometimes I think, as women especially, I think we're taught that we're not supposed to say 'I love myself'...I love myself and that's what everyone should be able to say."
Esther Horvath/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) -- Ryan Gosling is finally having that bowl of cereal.
A few years ago, Scottish filmmaker Ryan McHenry started creating Vine videos showing him holding a spoon of cereal in front of a TV screen featuring Gosling acting in some of his biggest roles. As Gosling recoiled or moved his hand on the screen, McHenry adjusted the spoon as though the two actions -- McHenry’s spoonfuls and Gosling’s disinterest -- were happening in the same moment.
McHenry titled the series “Ryan Gosling won’t eat his cereal.” The odd, surreal pairing found viral success.
But as the videos found an audience, McHenry faced health struggles. He was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of cancer that originates in the bones.
McHenry died recently at the age of 27.
So Gosling poured milk and cereal flakes into a bowl and recorded his breakfast adventure, holding up his spoon in tribute to the man on the other side of the meme.
“My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry’s family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way,” Gosling wrote on Twitter.