Beyonce joins the Super Bowl halftime show… “Creed” gets a sequel… Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian move on… Brian Dunkleman talks about “American Idol”… and Zayn Malik doesn’t speak to One Direction
Pepsi confirmed it! Beyonce is joining Coldplay for the Super Bowl halftime show in Santa Clara, CA, on February 7. Beyoncé appears on Coldplay’s new album, “A Head Full of Dreams.” I also heard the Bruno Mars may be doing a little something-something during the halftime show, too.
Sylvester Stallone says “Creed” did so well at the box office that it’s getting a sequel. But that decision was actually made before “Creed” was even released. A source told Page Six they shot three different endings for the movie, but they didn’t go with the ending that was originally planned. They had to go with their gut and pick the ending that would set them up for a follow-up.
If you were hoping those crazy kids could work it out, get over it. Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian have both moved on. She apparently got him out of her system with Justin Bieber, and now Scott has a girlfriend. She is an LA-based model named Lina Sanberg. Reportedly they’ve known each other for a while, but last month they went on a date to Nobu and they realized they really liked each other.
As we head into the final season of “American Idol,” CNN talked to Brian Dunkleman, who served as co-host with Ryan Seacrest during season one. Brian made the decision to leave the show to pursue acting, which didn’t exactly pan out for him. But does he regret it? Heck yes, he regrets it! He told CNN, “When it comes to the financial aspect, of course there are regrets. I wouldn’t be human if I said no.” He also admitted to be very upset about it for a long, long time But, he said, “You got to make up your mind that either you are going to be that angry guy for the rest of your life, or you gotta move on. It’s taken me a long time to get there.”
In an interview with Billboard magazine, Zayn Malik says when he left One Direction, he had every intention of staying friends with everybody, but things haven’t actually worked out that way. Zayn said, “I guess certain phone numbers have changed and I haven’t received calls from a lot of people. I’ve reached out to a few of them and not got a reply. Certain people have pride issues, but it’s stuff you overcome in time.” Meantime, the other guys are going on their extended break, but we do get one more little taste of 1D before they go. Cartoon versions of boys will be on an episode of “Family Guy,” but only Liam and Louis are actually doing their own voices.