Fox dumps two shows… Harrison Ford was injured… Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry is married… Does Chris Martin have a new girlfriend?… Drake and Lil Wayne announce US tour
Fox is dumping not one, but TWO of its low rated attempts at entertaining us. Critics hated “I Wanna Marry Harry” and viewers didn’t give a rip, so if you REALLY want to see how this thing ends up, you have to watch the remaining episodes on Fox.com and On Demand. Also gone is this competition show called “Riot.” I don’t even know what this is.
Harrison Ford was injured on the set of “Star Wars: Episode VII,” which is being filmed just outside of London. Apparently his ankle had an ugly run-in with a door, and Harrison had to go to the hospital. Disney released a statement saying shooting will continue as planned while Harrison recuperates. The movie is set to be in theaters on December 18, 2015.
Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry got married yesterday! She met Rangers catcher JP Arencibia in February 2012 at the Florida Strawberry Festival, after he used his connections to meet her. They were engaged last October and yesterday, they tied the knot at the First Presbyterian Church in Greenveville, TN. Guests included Carrie Underwood, her hubby Mike Fisher, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert.
They get along so darned well, people assumed that Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow were working things out and getting back together. But do you remember back in early May when Chris and Alexa Chung were spotted huddled up in a bar? Both their reps denied they were dating. But now there are rumors that Chris and Alexa are together in Tokyo! Coincidence?
Drake and Lil Wayne have announced they’re headlining a tour across the US over the next few months, kicking off in Darien Center, NY, on August 8. They’ll hip-hop across the country, hitting up big cities like Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, LA and San Francisco. Tickets go on sale next Friday, June 20, through Live Nation. Meantime, Weezy is finishing up “Tha Carter V,” which he has said will be his final album. Drake is executive producer on that bad boy.