Meet the cast of "Dancing with the Stars." (Adam Taylor/AP)

Chaz Bono, Nancy Grace, David Arquette and Ricki Lake are among the competitors on this season’s “Dancing With the Stars.” Elisabetta Canalis (ex of George Clooney), Rob Kardashian (brother of Kim), Kristin Cavallari (formerly of “The Hills”), L.A. Laker Ron Artest, soccer player Hope Solo, “All My Children” star J.R. Martinez, Chynna Phillips and “Queer Eye” style expert Carson Kressley will also attempt to cha cha cha their way to a mirror ball trophy. (TV Column)

Kelly Osbourne and others accuse Lady Gaga of ripping off her Jo Calderone VMA routine from Annie Lennox of the Eurythmics, who dressed like a man during a 1984 Grammy Awards performance. Watch the clip below and make the call. (Daily Mail)

Beyonce still plans to perform via satellite at the Michael Jackson tribute concert in October even though she is pregnant. Because that’s how Sasha Fierce rolls. (TMZ)

See photos of the house Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux will allegedly share in the Hollywood Hills. (Too Fab)

AMC is considering launching a talk show akin to Bravo’s “Watch What Happens: Live”; it would air after programs like “Walking Dead” and “Mad Men” and provide reaction and analysis to the just-aired plot developments. So it would be kind of like blogging about “Walking Dead,” just in TV form. (Vulture)

Matt Damon reacts to Obama joke and more “Two and a Half Men” casting news, after the jump.

Matt Damon was not annoyed by a joke made about him by President Obama during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. (That joke? “Matt Damon said he was disappointed in my performance. Well, Matt, I just saw ‘The Adjustment Bureau’ so ... right back at you, buddy!”) “I thought it was very funny,” Damon said. “I thought it was a very good joke. I don’t know if he wrote it or if it got written for him, but the delivery was perfect.” (E! Online)

Judy Greer will play Ashton Kutcher’s ex on “Two and Half Men.” (The Hollywood Reporter)

Darrell Hammond of “Saturday Night Live” fame is trying to recover after a recent car accident that severely injured his lower back. The injury reportedly has made it difficult for him to do stand-up. (New York Post)

George Clooney’s “Ides of March” and nine more movies to watch at the Venice Film Festival, which begins Wednesday. (Reuters)