Heather Morris is Pregnant, Beyonce to Cover Amy Winehouse, Bravo's 17 New Reality Shows, and More!
(Getty Images) Glee's Heather Morris is pregnant!
The adorable Heather Morris, who plays cheerleader Brittany on Glee, is pregnant! "She's a little more than three months along and starting to show," a source told Us Weekly. "The dad-to-be is the star's longtime boyfriend Taylor Hubbell, whom she met in high school. It was totall unexpected, but they are incredibly happy and excited." [Us Weekly]
Ellen Degeneres officially announced Finding Dory, the long-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo. Check out this adorable clip from her show, right here. [YouTube]
Speaking of sequels - Children of the '80s and '90s, get excited, because Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is making a big-screen comeback! According to reports this morning, here's the cast line-up so far: Megan Fox will play April O'Neil, Alan Ritchson will play Raphael, Pete Ploszek will play Leonardo, Neol Fisher will play Michaelangelo, Jeremy Howard will play Donatello, and Jerry Mathers will be the Beaver. Will Arnett has signed on, but no one knows who he's playing yet, and the Splinter and Shredder roles haven't been cast (or officially announced) yet. In the meantime, take a minute to brush up on your 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie trailer. [UpRoxx]
Beyonce is set to cover Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" for the upcoming Great Gatsby soundtrack. "It's ripe for experimentation and ready to be interpreted with a modern twist," said hubby Jay-Z, who's executive producing the soundtrack. [Heat]
Everyone's favorite network for car-crash housewives, Bravo, has 17—yes, seventeen!—new unscripted shows in progress and in development. Here's a sampling: Princesses: Long Island, about spoiled kids who live off their parents even though they're adults, City Sisters, a show about rich "movers and shakers" in New York, Ivy League Confidential, featuring college consultants in NY and LA, and Below Deck, a show about the crew on a luxury yacht. [EW]
Platinum-selling girl group Girls Aloud may have just split up, but that hasn't stopped the music industry machine from releasing a bunch of new Girls Aloud videos today. Check them out right here. Also, here is a GIF of Nadine Coyle flipping her hair. Now, there's a professional. [ONTD]
Hilary Duff will play the love interest of Ashton Kutcher's character on the season finale of Two and a Half Men. [Us Weekly]
Remember that episode of Sex and the City where Carrie registers at Manolo Blahnik because she starts to think it's pretty unfair that only people who get married get to register for gifts? Well, here's another reason to get engaged: Krispy Kreme just gave this couple 1,000 donuts! Single people, we have to pay for our 1,000 donuts. [HuffPo]
For people who love books as much as they love the internet, here's a destination to put on your next travel agenda: Publisher's Weekly has just named Square Books in Oxford, Mississippi, its Bookstore of the Year! "I love the place," best-selling author John Grisham told PW. "When you walk in the front door you can smell books. Time stops, and you want to browse and read and gossip and drink coffee upstairs on the balcony for the rest of the day." [PW]
Kirstie Alley apparently has a lemur collection? [Radar Online]
Listen, I don't know why these celebrities agreed to be on that new diving reality show Splash—it looks terrifying! You're famous people, you don't need to put life and limb in danger to jump off a super-high diving board! Kendra Wilkinson wised up, apparently, and quit the show. Scared of heights, we don't blame her! [Radar Online]
There's a whole industry in Kenya of people pretending to be Somali pirates to fool journalists. [TDB]