Katy Perry will not attend the People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday after all. The pop star, who is nominated seven times, tweeted, “I want to thank u all for voting for me, fingers crossed! #KATYCATS.”

Katy Perry (Chris Pizzello/Associated Press)

AnnaLynne McCord, of the “90210” reboot, tweeted a photo last week that unintentionally showed the majority of one of her bare breasts. The actress deleted the revealing picture and replaced it with one that is suitable for work. But, as we all know, the original will live forever on the Internet. (E!)

Paul Rudd will reportedly play Amy Poehler/Leslie Knope’s city council rival on “Parks and Rec.” Great news or the best news ever? (Vulture)

Hitchcock actress Kim Novak took out a full page ad in Variety Monday to “report a rape.” She explained, “I feel as if my body — or at least, my body of work — has been violated by the movie, ‘The Artist.’” Novak said she was unhappy that the critically acclaimed film used sections of Bernard Hermann’s “Vertigo” score, saying it was “cheating.”

“Artist” director Michael Hazanavicius responded, saying his film “was made as a love letter to cinema:” “I love Bernard Hermann and his music has been used in many different films and I’m very pleased to have it in mine. I respect Kim Novak greatly and I’m sorry to hear she disagrees.” (EW)

A very unnecessary sequel is announced, after the jump.

For some reason, a “Bruce Almighty” sequel is in the works. (Variety)

And in unnecessary reboot news, “Police Academy” will be remade by “Tosh.O” director Scott Zabielski. (EW)

Aaron Paul, who plays lovable meth head/dealer Jesse Pinkman on “Breaking Bad,” is engaged. (RumorFix)

Megan Mullally has confirmed the “Party Down” movie will begin shooting in 2012. If you haven’t already, there’s still plenty of time to fall in love with the hilarious Starz series on Netflix. (THR)

Here’s a video of Anderson Cooper pleading the fifth about whether or not he “sexts” and using a shake weight on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens.” Nothing to see here people. Just an award winning journalist doing his thing. (Buzzfeed)