The stars of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” sure have been busy. Glenn Howerton and his wife, Jill Latiano, are expecting their first child. So are Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis, who plays a waitress on the F/X show.
John Goodman and Michael K. Williams, better known as Omar from “The Wire,” will both join NBC’s “Community” next season. Williams will play a biology professor, while Goodman will become the air conditioning repair school’s new vice dean. (Vulture, Vulture)
Justin Bieber and his dad got matching tattoos on their ribs: the word “Jesus” written in Hebrew. I’m not sure why you’d want to, but check out pictures at the link. (Allie is Wired)
Hipster love alert! Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford, of Mumford & Sons, have reportedly gotten engaged. Considering the source of this rumor, it’s probably but not true. But wouldn’t it be adorable if it was? (Daily Mail)
After the jump, find out which director was fined for driving his speedboat too close to the shore.
Michael Forever, a tribute concert to the late Michael Jackson, will be held this October in Wales. (BBC)
Katherine Heigl reportedly arrived late to performance of “The Book of Mormon.” For the record: If someone will give me tickets, I will be on time! (Page Six)
Steven Spielberg was reportedly fined 172 Euros by the Italian coast guard for driving his speedboat too close to the shore. Gwyneth Paltrow was supposedly on board, as well. (Us Weekly)
Arnold Schwarzenegger has refiled his response to Maria Shriver’s divorce petition. This time it’s less jerky. (TMZ)
Poor, Andy Cohen. The Bravo mastermind revealed that taping the “Real Housewives of New York” reunion made him lose his temper and his mind. Fortunately, he can wipe away those tears with all the “Real Housewives” money he’s made.