Star Scoop: Kanye Takes Kimmel, Coven Uncovered, TLC is Meant to Be

By  October 09, 2013

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Match of the century? Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West may settle their “rap feud” once and for all. Tonight, the DONDA creative will cozy up on Kimmel’s late night couch; bets down that Kimmel’s BBC Radio 1 parody will be the first topic of discussion. [USA Today]

If you’d rather a good scare over Kimmel-Kanye laughs, then tonight’s premiere of American Horror Story: Coven is for you. According to show producer Ryan Murphy, this season’s witchy women—Jessica LangeAngela Bassett, and Kathy Bates—will not only be casting a spell over New Orleans, but also offer “a meditation on race relations in this country.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

With two weeks until VH1 premieres Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story, Tionne T-Boz Watkins and Rozonda Chilli” Thomas have dropped their first single in nine years, “Meant To Be.” [YouTube]

Shady’s back: Eminem released visuals to “Survival,” the second single from The Marshall Mathers LP 2 and official anthem for the Call of Duty: Ghosts video game. [Billboard]

House of Lies just got laced with some southern charm. The Showtime dramedy’s new season will feature rapper T.I. in a multi-episode arc as Marty’s (Don Cheadle) new client. [Deadline]

Breaking Bad really didn’t have to end. At least in the eyes of DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg who was willing to pay show creators $75 million for three more episodes that would have spawned “the greatest pay-per-view (event) in scripted television ever.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

Passion Pit has written a lengthy letter to fans citing general illness, mental illness, and inclement weather as reasons for canceling their tour. [Passion Pit Music]

Send our regards to Broadway! The 2014 Tony Awards have been set for June 8 at Radio City Music Hall. A host for the annual ceremony has yet to be announced, but we’re leaning toward another Neil Patrick Harris emcee moment. [USA Today]

In today’s episode of How Social Media Makes the World Go Round, Twitter announced a partnership with NBC that will make it possible for users to watch and record NBC shows using a “See It” button. Expect the new feature to be a trending topic when it launches this November. [Variety]