Star Scoop: Gaga Does What She Wants, Diddy Readies Revolt TV Launch, A Kanye Kancellation

By  October 21, 2013

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If Lady Gaga wants to bare her backside and team up with Mr. Feelin’ On Your Booty to do so, she can… because Mother Monster does as she pleases. Listen to her new midnight drop from ARTPOP, “Do What U Want,” featuring R. Kelly here. [Huffington Post]

Today is one of the biggest days in Sean “Diddy” Combs’ 25-year career. At 5:00 p.m. EST, Revolt TV, his anticipated foray into cable television, will go live in the homes of 34 million Comcast and Time Warner Cable subscribers. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Kanye West reached another controversial peak when he brought out an actor to portray Jesus during the opening of his Yeezus tour. Then, on night two, he did this: postponed the second stop of his North American trek until October 31, without any explanation. [Complex]

It must have been easy for Hayden Panettiere to say “I Do” to Wladimir Klitschko, especially since she had a hand in designing her 6-carat, $500,000 Montblanc engagement ring. [E! Online]

We can all remember a time when there was something we should have, would have, and could have done to change our lives. Sean van der Wilt, who was once signed to the infamous Lou Pearlman, considers his experience with the duplicitous manager as one of them. Coupling inspiration from a bad breakup with experience backing the likes of Michael Jackson and Beyoncé, van der Wilt has his sights set back on center stage with his new single “SWC.” [Vevo]

Rapper Eve is putting her pipes to use outside of the recording booth. We’ve got a first look at the former Ruff Ryder as part of the Drew Barrymore-backed horror flick Animal, and she works up quite the scream. [Entertainment Weekly]

Nicole Kidman is headed home in an Australian drama about a couple whose children go missing down under. [Variety]

Yes, Mike Tyson really did have a one-man show on Broadway; and this fall, the Undisputed champ’s tale is hitting your television sets with a November 16 special on HBO. [Vulture]

Just because it’s Monday and we all deserve a post-weekend laugh, here’s Arnold Schwarzenegger reciting all of his iconic movie one-liners. [ET Online]