JON GOSSELIN is going to STRIP on Saturday night. He’s joining the “Untamed Male Revue” at the Dusk nightclub in Atlantic City. He already works at the club as a DJ and promotions guy.
The public memorial for CARRIE FISHER and her mom DEBBIE REYNOLDS on Saturday included an appearance by R2-D2, a speech by Carrie’s former boyfriend DAN AYKROYD, and a new song by family friend JAMES BLUNT.
13-year-old “Stranger Things” star MILLIE BOBBY BROWN had to cancel an appearance at a fan convention in Florida because she was EXHAUSTED. She said, quote, “I just think I’ve worked too hard, and I have to rest as I’ve had a really long shoot and I’m still filming ‘Stranger Things’.
“Beauty and the Beast” took first place at the box office for the second straight week, with an $88.3 million. “Power Rangers” had a respectable second-place opening with $40.5 million. And “CHIPS” bombed, taking in just $7.6 million.
ADAM SANDLER has done two movies for Netflix so far, and apparently, they’ve been so popular that Netflix just ordered four more. The original deal also called for four, so there will be six more movies in all.
George Clooney has allegedly been experiencing some of the same pregnancy symptoms as his wife Amal. A source tells the tabloid: “George erupted in a nonstop hiccup attack. He admitted to the guys that his ‘sympathy pregnancy problems’ sometimes get so bad he can literally feel the kids kicking in his own belly.”
The Weeknd likes purchasing lingerie for Selena Gomez.
JAMES BLUNT says the people who think “You’re Beautiful” is romantic are “[effed up].” He says, quote, “It’s about a guy who’s high as a kite on drugs in the subway stalking someone else’s girlfriend.”
- “The Voice”at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. The battle rounds continue.
- “Dancing with the Stars”at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.
- “Supergirl”at 8:00 p.m. on the CW. “Wonder Woman’s” Lynda Carter returns as the President in an episode directed by Kevin Smith.
- “Rock and a Hard Place”at 10:00 p.m. on HBO. A documentary about 38 men put through a boot camp program run by Miami Dade County Corrections that offers a second chance to avoid prison sentences if they can make it through the program.
The Rock is the executive producer and briefly talks to them about his own experience of being in trouble with the law.