Star Scoop: Adele is ELLE’s Woman in Music, Jim Carrey Gets ‘Stanicky,’ Alec Baldwin Takes the Night?


ELLE is giving its readers not one, but three covers for its annual Women in Music Issue: Adele, Alicia Keys, and Rita Ora. Photographer Thomas Whiteside captured the powerhouses for the issue, from Los Angeles to Londontown, with Adele serving vintage glam, Keys captivating with her New York cool, and Ora shining bright in Mickey Mouse gear. The May 2013 issue will his stands on April 23rd. [ELLE]

From his meteoric rise in the '90s on In Living Color, to box-office hits like Yes Man, Jim Carrey has always been one to make us laugh out loud. If his next project comes to fruition, our laughter will keep on rolling. Carrey is taking the title role in Ricky Stanicky, as a washed-up actor who is recruited to cover up an accident that a group of friends had when they were in high school. Steve Oedekerk, who was behind Bruce Almighty, is set to direct. [Huffington Post]

Sure, Jimmy Fallon is having one of the best weeks in late-night television ever, but he may be welcoming Alec Baldwin to the NBC family soon. The 30 Rock star could be moving in on Carson Daly's 1:35 a.m. spot on the network with an “intimate interview” show, Entertainment Weekly reports. Baldwin, who is no stranger to interviewing celebrities, has drawn praise off-camera for his podcast series, Here's The Thing on WNYC in New York; so a transition to late-night may be smooth for the Orphans lead. [New York Times]

Veep star Reid Scott escaped his native New York for a California-themed shot with Mr. Porter's online mag, The Journal. In the west coast Q&A, Scott opened up about his anticipation for season two of the HBO hit and his self-proclaimed casual style, marked by “nice jeans” and “clean sneakers.” [Mr. Porter]

Cannesyou feel it? We're ready for the annual French film festival to arrive this May, and it seems closer than ever now that Audrey Tautou has been announced as a major player of the celebration. The Chanel ambassador will bring in the Cannes Film Festival on May 15th when The Great Gatsby premieres and close the ceremonies on May 26th. [Hollywood Reporter]

How much would you spend for a little one-on-one with SeanP. DiddyCombs, Russell Simmons or J.Crew CEO Millard Drexler? The nonprofit Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship is hosting an auction that will allow winning bidders the chance to pitch ideas and get advice from some of the top entrepreneurs in fashion, music, and beauty. Log on to CharityBuzz for your chance to rub elbows with one of the industry's most successful business minds. [GLAM Inbox]

Following the tragic and unexpected death of Buckwild star Shain Gandee, MTV executives have announced that they will cancel the show after one season. “We love the cast and the show and this was not an easy decision, but given Shain’s tragic passing and essential presence on the show, we felt it was not appropriate to continue without him,” execs said in a statement. This Sunday, the network will honor Gandee's memory with a Buckwild: WV to the NYC special that was shot before season two began production. [ABC News]

Whether or not you picked up Paramore's new, self-titled album, Rdio is giving you the chance to stream the record online. Now through April 15, fans can hear the Grammy-nominated group's latest, plus two exclusive tracks from Hayley Williams and company. Rdio also created two TV spots featuring the band; one will air tomorrow night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and later this month on Conan. [GLAM Inbox]