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May 23, 2014: Things You Need To Know

Posted May 23rd, 2014 @ 3:41am
  • "Dancing with the Stars" items: Derek Hough says he's not sure about coming back and Len Goodman hinted that this might have been his last season as a judge.
  • Fox News Channel's Gregg Jarrett has been arrested in Minneapolis-St. Paul airport, after refusing to follow police orders.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are neither confirming or denying rumors that they're back together.
  • The winner of American Idol this time around: Caleb Johnson. He's the 13th Idol. How many can you name?
  • American Idol got a big jump week-to-week, its season finale Wednesday night was still down double digits from last year's finale with a 2.6 rating among adults 18-49. Idol did edge out CBS' "Survivor," which has beaten the show on numerous occasions this season.
  • Charlie Sheen called Rihanna 'The Village Idiot' after being allegedly shot down for a Rihanna meet-and-greet while out with his girlfriend for a birthday dinner. When Sheen sent a request to her table for an introduction, the singer said no, saying there were too many paparazzi outside.
  • The state of Ohio is issuing bright yellow license plates to people convicted of driving under the influence.
  • The next season of "Game of Thrones" will be partially filmed in Spain.
  • A new report says one in five mortgages is under water.
  • Almost two months after announcing their split, Nikki Reed has filed for divorce from Paul McDonald.
  • Katharine McPhee has finally pulled the plug on her marriage from the man she publicly cheated on and has filed for a dissolution of marriage from Nick Cokas."
  • The New York Post says Disney's Bob Iger could be the next candidate for Major League Baseball Commissioner.
  • Britain's Prince Phillip is running around with a bandage on his right hand, after having minor surgery on it this past week.
  • Angelina Jolie says that, one day, she may run for office.
  • Walt Disney's heirs are spending time these days in a Los Angeles courtroom, fighting over the fortune Walt left behind.
  • Prince Rupert Loewenstein who helped make the Rolling Stones as rich as kings, has died. He was 80. He didn't like their music, but helped the band on the business and investment side of things.
  • She once denied it, but now Lea Michele admits that she and her "Glee" co-star Matthew Morrison did date briefly while they were on Broadway together.
  • "Rescue Me" star Denis Leary has given the Detroit fire department $260,000 worth of new equipment paid for by proceeds from a documentary film about the city's firefighters.
  • France's state-run railway service ordered 341 new trains before engineers discovered the fleet was too wide for many stations. That would be a $68 million mistake.


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