According to this, Donald Trump will be an executive producer on Celebrity Apprentice while he's also the President of the United States. Producer credits tend to be assigned for vague reasons so he may or may not be involved much.
Trump's senior transition adviser, Kellyanne Conway, said she was "doubtful" the president-elect will get paid by the reality show, and that the president-elect is speaking with ethics experts about the show.
The new "boss" on the show will be Arnold Schwarzennegger.
Astronaut John Glenn has passed away at the age of 95. He was the first American to ever orbit the earth. He was also a U.S. Senator, and became the oldest man in space when he returned on Discovery at the age of 77.
He died at James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
In things no one asked for news, Warner Bros. is moving forward with a new incarnation of Little Shop of Horrors.
This one will be a fresh version of the 30-year-old film. That was based on a 1960's low budget movie about a clumsy young man who raises a plant, discovers it is carnivorous, and kills to keep it fed. According to Deadline, no casting as been set.
No word if any of the former stars will return for cameos. Wouldn't that be great to see Jack Nicholson, Bill Murray, Steve Martin, or even Rick Moranis again?
If you've ever dreamed of becoming a hip-hop superstar, Nicki Minaj can help you do it. Not in the real world of course, but in Nicki's new video game, Nicki Minaj: The Empire.
The game is similar to Kim Kardashian's in the sense that you build something then sell it. Nicki's game is all about building up your reputation as an artist, personality and performer within the virtual world.