Lady Gaga and Bob Dylan. (Lady Gaga Twitter/AP File.)

Felicia “Snoop” Pearson pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute heroin, an act caught by wiretap, a day before her trial was set to begin. Despite the guilty plea, she maintained her innocence. Pearson, best known for playing a drug dealer’s assassin on “The Wire,” was ordered to serve three years probation. (Associated Press)

Syfy has canceled “Eureka.” The show was originally given a sixth season to finish out the series, but the network has decided to cancel that order. Season 5 is still set to air. (Entertainment Weekly)

Kim Kardashian has reportedly invited Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Will Smith and Ryan Seacrest to the upcoming nuptials you’re already tired of hearing about. (Radar)

Marshall Grant, longtime bassist for Johnny Cash, has died after suffering an aneurysm and stroke. He was 83. (BBC)

After the jump, find out which Oscar-winning film is headed to Broadway.

The King’s Speech” is reportedly heading to Broadway. Writer David Seidler penned a play version of the Oscar-winning story while working on the screenplay, his manager told the New York Times. (Vulture)

Elisabetta Canalis, ex-girlfriend of George Clooney, is doing just fine post-breakup, reportedly going to meetings and wearing leather pants. (Page 6)

Jon Hamm directs while Elisabeth Moss laughs in a new photo from the “Mad Men” set. (EW)

Maria Bello recently traveled to Haiti with her charity WE ADVANCE to raise awareness about the issues still facing the country. (Radar)

Katy Perry brought Rebecca Black out onstage in L.A. to perform “Friday.” Is the 14-year-old clueless that she’s the butt of the joke? Or is she clueless as a fox? (YouTube)

A Catwoman stuntperson accidentally ran over an IMAX camera on the “Dark Knight Rises” set. But at least the scene they were filming looked amazing, right? (TMZ)

Gerard Butler is set to star in a big-screen adaptation of “The Bricklayer.” (THR)

Watch Anne Hathaway explain how she mooned her “One Day” co-star in front of a bunch of Scottish people.