Star Scoop: Anderson Cooper Leaves Daytime TV, Taylor Swift to Host Grammy Nominations, George Clooney Gets A-Listers for ‘Monuments Men’

By  October 29, 2012

Anderson Cooper won’t be chatting us up during the day anymore. His syndicated talk show, Anderson Live is being canceled after two seasons, with final shows airing summer 2013. Lucky for us, we’ll still get our daily dose of Cooper on his evening news broadcast on CNN, Anderson Cooper 360. [US Magazine]

George Clooney recruited some serious top dogs for his newest project, Monuments Men. The drama will star Daniel Craig, Bill Murray, Jean Dujardin, and Cate Blanchett in an adaptation of Robert M. Edsel‘s The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History, a tale of art historians on the quest to recover artifacts stolen under Adolf Hitler’s regime. [Deadline]

Fresh off the staggering week one performance of Red, six-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift is joining LL Cool J to host the televised Grammy nominations. The special will air December 5th on CBS. [Yahoo]

Miley Cyrus is taking Two and a Half Men by storm… again. The platinum, pixie blond is reprising her role as Missi on November 8th alongside Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones, a guest appearance that raised the show’s ratings 14 percent on her October 17th debut. [MTV]

Scott Disick is an American Psycho, Emily Van Camp can be really catty, and Kimye go platinum blonde and sailor chic. Check out how your favorite celebs got an early start to dressing up this pre-Halloween weekend. [E! Online]