Star Scoop: Jodie Foster’s Epic Golden Globes Speech, Robin Roberts Making GMA Return, Kate Middleton’s Due Date Revealed

By  January 14, 2013

Among Tina Fey and Amy Poehler‘s dating advice to Taylor Swift, former President Bill Clinton‘s unexpected cameo, and the Best Director win for Ben Affleck that had everyone hoped for, there was another great moment at last night’s Golden Globes: Jodie Foster‘s speech. In her evasive yet epic acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement, the veteran actress alluded to coming out, retiring from acting, and in the most classic line, revealed that she is no Honey Boo Boo Child! [E! Online]

While Kanye West has remained mum on “baby mama” Kim Kardashian since his expectant father reveal, there’s another celebrity baby that we can actually count down to with more certainty. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and royal hubby Prince William are expecting a delivery from the stork in July. A posh Cancer that little one will be. [VOGUE UK]

Speaking of babies, Beyoncé will reveal the first-ever images of Blue Ivy in her HBO documentary next month. Here’s a spoiler: her face is still hidden. [Us Magazine]

Great news for Good Morning America! host Robin Roberts is expected to make a healthy return to the show in the next few months, or even weeks. The ABC anchor revealed today that a recent bone marrow test showed no signs of abnormalities and that she will go through a “dry run” next week to prepare for her return to the anchor desk. [Yahoo News]

Justin Timberlake isn’t the only one making a triumphant return to music (finally!). The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have announced that they’ll be releasing a new album this spring entitled Mosquito. On the April 16th release, leading lady Karen O. says it’s a “raw, kind of chaotic, kind of dreamy” record. [MTV]

Tomorrow night will be an epic one for hip-hop. The Scratch DJ Academy — founded by late member of RUN DMC, Jam Master Jay — is celebrating 10 years of spreading the art form of DJ’ing worldwide. The New York City fête will commemorate the legacy of Jay while celebrating the achievements of DJ Kool Herc, DJ Q-Bert and DJ A-Trak. And for those in need of a lesson on how to “Walk This Way,” Run DMC will be there to bring the house down. [GLAM Inbox]