“Jeopardy!” host and burglar chaser Alex Trebek is in “good spirits” after suffering a mild heart attack this weekend. The 71-year-old, who had his first heart attack in 2007, was hospitalized Saturday. Trebek is expected to make a full recovery and return to the game show in July, when it resumes production. (Associated Press; THR)
While Trebek was convalescing, “Jeopardy” won the Daytime Emmy for best game show. “General Hospital” was the top winner, with five awards, and the now retired Regis Philbin was honored with the statuette for best talk show host. See a full list of victors at the link. (AP)
Jessica Simpson would like you to look at her cleavage. (Us Weekly)
The crypt where Elvis Presley was originally laid to rest is no longer for sale. Instead, Julien’s Auctions will keep it “until Forest Hills finds a plan that best suits the interests of the fans while respecting and preserving the memory of Elvis Presley.” (THR)
A May-December couple weds in June, after the jump.
Aaron Johnson, the 22-year-old star of “Kick-Ass” and “Savages,” and 45-year-old Sam Taylor-Wood tied the knot last Thursday. The Taylor-Johnsons, as they will now be known, have two young daughters, Wylda and Romy. (AP)
Jennifer Hudson will make a guest arc on “Smash.” The Oscar winner will play a Tony-winner “who reached their Broadway dream but also paid a price for it,” according to an NBC exec. (TVLine)
Below, watch every gasp gasped by Annie on “Community.”