It's official (after rumors leaked out over a week ago) Channing Tatum is People magazine's newest Sexiest Man Alive. I think it had a lot to do with the fact that he can actually dance, he's pretty funny and looks really good without a shirt. I think has nothing to do with the quality of his film "Magic Mike," but it was certainly popular. Details in People.
Booze and a Brawl: Olympian Hope Solo's boyfriend was arrested on a domestic violence charge. Police in Kirkland, Wash. told E! News that Jerramy Stevens and about 8 others were involved in an altercation at around 3:45 a.m. at a party. Some were intoxicated and a stun gun was used. A judge says there's not enough evidence Stevens, so he was later released from jail. It's unknown if charges wil be filed. If it sounds like a big mess, it is.
Guess Who's Coming to Dance: So who's the hottest pop star on the planet right now? Korean pop superstar Psy. And he popped out on stage during Madonna's show in New York last night. He literally looked like a very stylish sore thumb as he wore a bright red suit and the Material Girl and everyone else was in black. He sang. She danced. Seems like a good time was had by all.
After Twilight: For those of you lamenting the fact that "Breaking Dawn Part 2" may be the last time you see vampires and werewolves on the big screen courtesy Stephenie Meyer, fear not. You can get a look at the trailer for her next book-turned-movie "The Host":
Band Hitting the Big Screen: Well, parents. Get ready to hand over some money to your tweens. The hot new band One Direction's new album hit the streets yesterday. Their appearance on NBC's Today show drew 15,000 fans - more than any other act they've brought in to Rockefeller Center, EW reports. And they made a big announcement: They're making a 3D movie and it will be directed by Morgan Spurlock (of Super Size me fame).
New TV Show Coming: Guess what's heading to TV? If you guessed "Beverly Hills Cop" you'd be a winner. It will air on CBS and the dramedy will center around Axel Foley's son, according to THR. Foley was the character that Eddie Murphy played in three movies.