Star Scoop: Sister/Sister, Veep’s New Clothes, Glam Joins the Webby Club!

By  April 09, 2014

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What’s better than seeing Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on stage? Seeing the pair reunite on the silver screen! The Golden Globes power players are set to star as sisters in The Nest, an upcoming comedy about “two 30-something sisters who find out their parents put the family home up for sale.” Their last film together was 2008’s Baby Mama, so this announcement deserves a resounding “woot woot!” [Huffington Post]

Being a Veep has its perks… but clothing for a Rolling Stone cover apparently isn’t one of them. Dubbed “The First Lady of Comedy” Julia Louis-Dreyfus is pledging her allegiance in the glossy’s latest issue, sans Oval Office-approved wears, where she chronicles her trajectory from Seinfeld to star of one of HBO’s most-acclaimed comedies. [Entertainment Weekly]

The #GlamFam is popping champagne! We’re proud to announce that the 2014 Webby Awards has selected two of our apps, Foodie and Glam Style, as honorees in the Mobile & Apps: Lifestyle category. And it’s all with special thanks to readers like you! Cheers! [Webby]

While we’ll always remain loyal and true to Carrie Bradshaw and co., OWN’s latest stake in the reality television game has us falling in love. Love in the City, the network’s new series about “four fabulous friends in New York City” was celebrated last night at the Mondrian SoHo with VIPs like Claire SulmersSessilee Lopez, and Elle Varner. Join in on the fun Saturday, April 12th when the series premieres on OWN. [Glam Inbox]

Universal Studios Hollywood has a need for speed, with the Fast & Furious franchise serving as its muse. The west coast park will open a F&F-themed, hydraulic-based attraction in summer 2015, featuring a 360-degree screen and 3D projections. Ride on! [The Hollywood Reporter]

Looking for an XSCAPE? The title track from the late, great Michael Jackson’s second posthumous album has arrived, with production credits from Rodney Jerkins, who worked heavily with Jackson on 2001’s Invincible. [MTV]

See Jimmy Fallon. See Anne Hathaway. See Fallon and Hathaway perform hip-hop hits like Kendrick Lamar’s “B____ Don’t Kill My Vibe” and 50 Cent’s “In Da Club,” Broadway-style. [Vulture]

All good things must come to an end. In the case of New York City’s iconic Roseland BallroomLady Gaga was on hand to offer a final, fitting farewell. [Billboard]