A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
The previously hyped Samuel L. Jackson “Wake the f--- up” PSA for President Obama, a clip funded by the Jewish Council for Research and Education, arrived online this morning. As promised, it’s filled with a lot of bleeped curse words, “Go the F--- to Sleep”-style. Watch it at the link. (New York Post)
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are spending even more time together, multiple sources without names tell People magazine. The People story follows another one in Us yesterday that announced they are officially living together again. One of People’s unidentified sources says Pattinson’s friends, “keep telling him he needs some time and space, but they all think they will be a couple again, maybe as soon as they are together for the Twilight promos.” This is all right on schedule. (People; Us Weekly)
Chris Brown and Nicole Scherzinger might have been kissing at a nightclub on Tuesday night. Or they may have just been standing close to each other and talking, but were then photographed in a grainy fashion that makes it appear they were kissing when they were not. Or there’s option No. 3, which is: WHO CARES? (New York Daily News)
A mysterious fan has sent Scott Disick — boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian — a letter requesting that they meet at a New Jersey public library on Redneck Road this Saturday between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The writer of the letter promises, “I will get you more gigs.” So if you’re free between those hours on Saturday and look like Scott Disick, this could be a huge opportunity for you. (TMZ)
There will be more Honey Boo Boo episodes. Oh, and there will also be Honey Boo Boo Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas specials. You know, future classics like “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Honey Boo Boo,” “A Honey Boo Boo Christmas”... (The Hollywood Reporter)
Nicki Minaj may get her own reality show on E! I don't know, she might not be outrageous enough for the genre... (Vulture)
Country star George Strait announced Wednesday that he will embark on his final concert tour, beginning in 2013. (Associated Press)
“South Park” managed to sneak in a a few replacement refs joke right before the whole NFL mess got resolved.
If you haven’t seen this clip of Jimmy Fallon and the “Guys With Kids” cast singing TV theme songs, it is worth watching, even if they did leave out “Welcome Back, Kotter,” “What’s Happenin’ ” and the theme from “Love, Sidney.” (YouTube via Buzzfeed)