Updated Feb 8, 2013 - 7:59 am
DISH: "Keep It Clean" at the Grammy's!
The network's Standard and Practice department sent out a "Wardrobe Advisory" in advance of Sunday's awards ceremony:
"Thong type costumes are problematic."
"Please avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack."
"Please avoid sheer see-through clothing that could possibly expose female breast nipples."
"Please be sure the genital region is adequately covered so that there is no visible 'puffy' bare skin exposure."
John Mayer admits he was a "JERK" about past relationships.
John Mayer never bit his tongue when it came to voicing his opinions on his past relationships, but it comes as a pleasant surprise that he now admits he was wrong in airing his dirty laundry in public.
Mayer says, "I was just a jerk." Mayer's most famous foot-in-mouth occurrence was referring to former fling Jessica Simpson as "sexual napalm." His other relationships include Jennifer Aniston, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Minka Kelly, among others.
Now that he's healing from surgery on his vocal cords, Mayer hopes to make amends. "It's very liberating when you finally realize it's impossible to make everyone like you. I wanted everybody to like me. I thought I was one shuck and jive away in every direction."
Amanda Bynes starts feud with Jay-Z!
Amanda Bynes just made the worst decision of her career. It is worse than her DUI. Amanda on Thursday composed an insulting tweet involving Jay-Z.
She called him "Ugly face." The now "retired actress" tweeted the caption "Ugly face" accompanied by an image of a bespectacled Jay-Z Thursday morning. She's since deleted it.
Upon closer inspection of the pointed comment, the tweet was originally targeted at someone named @S_C. Who is @S_C? What did @S_C do to awaken Bynes's social media slumber? And then drag Jay-Z into the mix? @S_C has a total of six followers, so it's a mystery.
The Walking Dead, Big Bang Theory coming to a theater near you.
The Big Bang Theory and The Walking Dead are coming to theaters but there's a twist. The shows will be the first to have their panels broadcast in select movie theaters during the upcoming PaleyFest, which is put on by the Paley Center for Media and takes place every year in Los Angeles.
Additionally, The Big Bang Theory's panel will feature an interactive element that will allow fans to submit questions to the cast and producers via Twitter. That event will take place on March 13.
Meanwhile, The Walking Dead panel, which is being moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick, will be recorded on the opening night of the festival (March 1) and broadcast in theaters on March 7.
Tori Spelling stranded!
Tori Spelling stranded on the side of the road? Does a mother of four even have time to get stranded on the side of the road?
Apparently, the answer is yes. She posted on Twitter: "4 kids. 1 dog. 1 car leaking gas broken down on the side of the road= not a great road trip."
It wasn't clear if hubby Dean McDermott was along for the ride.
Tony Danza officially divorced from wife of 24 years!
Nearly two years after filing the papers, Tony Danza is now officially divorced from his wife, Tracy, after 24 years of marriage.
The Who's the Boss star initially filed in March 2011, citing irreconcilable differences. The couple, who wed in 1986, have been separated since 2006. They have two daughters.
American Horror Story's James Cromwell arrested!
James Cromwell was arrested Thursday morning at the University of Wisconsin where the American Horror Story: Asylum star protested over claims that the school tortures cats.
Cromwell, as well as a PETA spokesman, disrupted a UW System Board of Regents meeting, causing a disturbance as they shouted and held up signs that showed a cat that allegedly came from the UW-Madison lab with metal implanted in its head.
The school denies PETA's accusations that 30 cats a year have been starved, deafened and decapitated for brain research.
Mr. Bean's car crash sets record.
Rowan Atkinson, the British comedian who's probably best known to Americans as Mr. Bean, is in the record books for something that's not all that funny. Atkinson's insurers paid about $1.4 million to repair the McLaren F1 supercar that he wrecked in 2011.
That's a U.K. record. The bill is about 42 percent more than Atkinson paid for the car in 1997. The reason the car is worth fixing: its value has soared. One "immaculate model" sold for $5.5 million last year. Atkinson was not seriously injured in the crash.