Star Scoop: Jason Mraz’s Historic Concert, ‘Twilight’ Finale Sets Record, Will Ferrel Brings ‘Anchorman 2′ Back

By  November 16, 2012

Jason Mraz will be making history next month in an unlikely place. The “I’m Yours” singer will be performing a free concert in Myanmar on December 16 to raise awareness for human trafficking. It will be the first time an international artist has performed an open air concert in the southeast Asian country. [Rolling Stone]

At this point, anything associated with Breaking Dawn Part 2 is understood to be BIG! That’s why it’s no surprise that the Kristen Stewart-Robert Pattinson led action set a franchise record on its opening night yesterday, raking in $30.4 million at the box office in a single night — and that number only factors in American sales. [Huffington Post]

Kim Kardashian switched up her date night routine for the Marine Corps Ball in North Carolina Thursday night. The KimYe representer escorted Sgt. Martin Gardner to the battery’s 10th annual ball, wearing a red Roland Mouret stunner. We wonder if boyfriend Kanye West picked it out? [E! Online]

You may not know Lucille Bliss, but you are certainly familiar with the beloved, blue character she voiced for years, Smurfette. Bliss, a voice actress who brought “The Smurfs,” Cinderella’s evil stepsister Anastasia, and Elroy of The Jetsons to life, passed away of natural causes on November 8 at 96 years old. [Today]

Funny guy Will Ferrell is bringing entertainment news to the forefront with the second installment of his hilarious Anchorman franchise. Part two will meld the first’s focus on hard-hitting headlines, and will also bring some dance breakouts to the mix. The film is slated for an October 19, 2013 premiere. [ABC News]