Star Scoop: Rebooting No Doubt, Miranda is Number One, Robin Thicke’s Public Plea

By  June 12, 2014

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New No Doubt on the way? Gwen Stefani inked a new management deal with industry vet Irving Azoff, both as a solo artist and with her award-winning band. The merger explains how Stefani landed a gig on season seven of The Voice, replacing Christina Aguilera, who is also managed by Azoff’s entertainment imprint. [Billboard]

Miranda Lambert may have earned her first number one single with 2010’s “The House That Built Me,” but it took another four years—and 13 years total in country music—to land a number one album. Her June 3 release, Platinum, debuted at the top spot on the Billboard 200, making Lambert the 11th country singer to ever do so. [MSN]

Robin Thicke isn’t taking Operation: Win Paula Patton back lightly. The “Blurred Lines” crooner is reportedly continuing his public displays of apology for unsavory behavior by entitling his next album Paula. If you recall, the couple, who were together since high school and married for nine years, announced their separation in February due to allegation of infidelity on Thicke’s part. If this doesn’t win her back, we don’t know what will. [Billboard]

It’s one of our top movies to see this summer, and now, you know why. The first full trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has arrived, playing on the multiple story lines of its A-list cast (Jessica AlbaJoseph Gordon-Levitt, and more), and finally promising to answer that question. [Vulture]

Like André 3000, groom-to-be Adam Levine will cc every girl that he’s seen around town. According to Us WeeklyBehati Prinsloo’s future husband wants to do right by his former flames and apologize for his behavior before tying the knot. This list includes the likes of model Anne V., Nina Agdal, and at least three other celebs who probably don’t even care. [ELLE]

TMZ may have, again, taken things too far. After posting footage of the fatal car crash that injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed his friend, Louis C.K. is asking the tabloid site to take it down. C.K. took to Twitter to express his discontent with the move, particularly because his friend and former co-star Ardie Fuqua was also critically injured in the crash. [Variety]