KIM KARDASHIAN’S LIFE HAS BEEN TURNED INTO AN OPERA: Kim Kardashian’s whirlwind 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries has long been the stuff of punch-lines, but now it is making its way into an opera. The London show, called The Marriage of Kim K, is half musical, half opera and will feature Kim snapping selfies and playing up her relationship for the cameras. The show is being billed as a modern take on Mozart’s classic 1786 opera The Marriage of Figaro.
JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT, TASHA McCAULEY WELCOME SON: Joseph Gordon-Levitt has welcomed a son with his wife, the robotics expert Tasha McCauley, People reports. The private couple has not released details, but the baby reportedly arrived in June. The pair share another son who turns 2 next month. The couple has never released the names of their children.
LEA MICHELE IS DATING ZANDY REICH: New couple alert! Scream Queens alum Lea Michele is dating Zandy Reich, according to a report in Us Weekly. The pair were recently spotted holding hands in New York and seemed happy and comfortable with each other. Michele has been previously linked to Matthew Paetz, Robert Buckley and former Glee costar Cory Monteith.
TED DANSON SINGS WIFE MARY STEENBURGEN’S PRAISES: What a guy! After nearly 22 years of marriage, Ted Danson still has the hots for his wife. "I’m madly in love with Mary Steenburgen. She’s a remarkable human being so I’m just incredibly blessed," the Cheers alum, 69, told Us Weekly while attending Don Henley’s annual private concert in L.A. "It feels like heaven on Earth. If I were to die, I can say, I know what it’s like to be loved and to love." The pair have been married since 1995 after meeting on the set of 1993’s Pontiac Moon.
FIRED KERMIT THE FROG ACTOR SPEAKS OUT: Kermit the Frog puppeteer Steve Whitmire is speaking out after being fired from his longtime role on The Muppets. Speaking to The Today Show Thursday of being fired, he said: "I was stunned. It seemed like it was about five minutes of silence. It probably wasn’t that long, but I was just trying to get answers. I had no advance warning on that." He added that, contrary to allegations about his "unacceptable business conduct," he had discussed becoming a producer on the show with head honchos at Disney.