Star Scoop: Pharrell Let it Go, P. Diddy’s Big Re-Do, Shameless is Looking for Laughs

By  March 25, 2014

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Our imaginary boyfriend Pharrell Williams has broken his silence on that not-so-Happy Oscars snub. In his April cover feature for GQ magazine, the G I R L artist charmingly said “Well, trust me: when they read the results, my face was…frozen. But then I thought about it, and I just decided just to…let it go.” Oh, P! [GQ]

It’s the D, the I, the D, the D, the Y, the D, the I, the D. It’s Diddy—er, Puff Daddy. The artist formerly known as Puffy, Diddy, and P. Diddy is renouncing his many monikers in exchange for his original stage name. Sean Combs dropped a 58-second teaser for his new record “Big Homie” assuming his O.G. Bad Boy title to promote the release of his first album since 2010, MMM. [The New York Times]

Shameless is changing its Emmys approach. After putting the show up for contention in drama categories for the last three seasons, it will henceforth and forever more compete as a comedy. If it makes the ballot at this year’s ceremony, it will likely face off against Modern Family, Girls, and Big Bang Theory. [Entertainment Weekly]

Remember that Hercules sneak peak we offered up yesterday? Well, here’s the first official trailer of the Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson starrer, with plenty of shirtless moments monster slaying. [Huffington Post]

Attention Netflix users: You’ve got just a few more days to binge watch 24 until it’s dropped from the streaming service for good. Netflix’s rights to the series expire on April 1, almost a month before Fox revives the show in a limited series event, 24: Live Another Day. Of course, there’s always Amazon Prime. [Variety]