Easy listening power duo Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have been showing up a lot on the television as of late, duetting “Baby It’s Cold Outside” in a commercial for Barnes & Noble. They sound terrific together, as anyone who listened to last year’s Cheek to Cheek knows, and to be quite honest it will be a shame if Gaga…
In today's Tweet Beat, here are some Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett dolls, let's feel really bad for Wiz Khalifa and Mario Lopez is devout Catholic.
In today's Tweet Beat, going behind the scenes of a Sofia Vergara selfie doesn't reveal much helpful information, Tony Bennett has a dog named Happy, so that's fun, and Adrian Grenier is waaaay more present then you. Jealous?
In today's Tweet Beat, Lady Gaga releases the album artwork for her upcoming duets album with Tony Bennett, Conan O'Brien has a brilliant invention and Ellen gives the Hollywood weather report.
In today's Tweet Beat, Ice T updates us on the weather in Chicago, Tony Bennett has a wide variety of friends and Dr. Ruth thinks Joan Rivers is more loyal to Shakespeare than to her.
For those of you who care, a pretty little girl named Mackenzie Foy makes her debut in the Twilight canon as Renesmee Cullen, daughter of vampire-ized Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in the new Entertainment Weekly, which features all manner of awkward stills for your consumption. Don't you wish you could e-tro…
There were almost two tragedies in the family over the weekend, with sources revealing that Whitney Houston's daughter was found unconscious in a bath at the Beverly Hilton Hotel the day before her mother died in similar circumstances. Checked in under her mom's name and in a room on the same floor, friends grew…
You can now listen to 46 seconds of the last song the late Amy Winehouse recorded before her death. It's a hauntingly beautiful duet with Tony Bennett called "Body And Soul," which will be released in full with the debut of his album Duets II.
- You may find this simply shocking, but Nicole Kidman has used Botox!
- Rachel Zoe is pregnant, according to often-inaccurate tabloid Ok! magazine.