A morning mix of entertainment headlines...

Valderrama: the successor to Derek Jeter in Minka Kelly’s life? (David Livingston/Getty Images)

The cover of this week’s People magazine features a photo of Kate Middleton, accompanied by the large-font headline “Is She Pregnant?” Based on the shortened version of the story currently online, the answer appears to be: maybe ... or maybe not? Not to be left out of the speculation, Us Weekly is citing a source that says the Duchess is definitely not pregnant. (People; Us Weekly)

Who was kicked off “Dancing with the Stars” last night? Hint and spoiler alert: He once sang a hit pop ballad called “All I Need.” (TV Column)

“Community”show runner Dan Harmon has blogged an apology for the way he handled the whole Chevy Chase situation — specifically, that he publicly shared an expletive-ridden voice mail from Chase that landed on the Internet while Chase and Harmon were in the midst of a feud. “That was a dumb, unclassy, inconsiderate move on my part,” he writes. “I’m very sorry it’s reflecting poorly on the show.” (Dan Harmon’s Tumblr, Dan Harmon Poops)

Madonna is No. 1: her CD “MDNA” has debuted at the top of Billboard’s album chart, making it the eighth No. 1 release of her career. (Billboard)

If you read just one recap of the movie “Titanic,” I urge you to make it this one. (Jezebel)

Director Andrew Stanton has finally explained why “John Carter” cost so much to make. Warning: The link features a disturbing, doctored photo of Taylor Kitsch with a gut. (Gamma Squad)

In case you haven’t seen Lara Flynn Boyle’s face recently, here are the odd and sad photos. Donna Hayward, what happened? (Daily Mail)

Hey, remember that show “Glee,” which has been on hiatus since Quinn (played Dianna Agron) got into a seemingly horrible car wreck while making a bridesmaids dress run? It returns next week; here's a sneak preview of the episode featuring Darren Criss (playing Blaine) and guest star Matt Bomer (Blaine’s brother) covering Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know.”