Star Scoop: Amber Riley Rocks DWTS, Jay Z Booted from Barclays, Batman a Belieber?


So you think you can dance… how about a cha-cha with Amber Riley? The Glee powerhouse debuted to a standing ovation on the 17th-season bow of Dancing With the Stars. She and partner Derek Hough earned last night's high score of 27, tying DWTS alum MyaKristi Yamaguchi, and Aaron Carter during their respective opening dances. [E! Online]

Is Blue Ivy's Barclays base in jeopardy? Her proud papa Jay Z has to sell his small share (one-fifth of one percent) of the center due to the launch of Roc Nation Sports. He's expected to net $1.5 million for the sale, a cool sum to couple with his athletic roster including Robinson CanoVictor Cruz, and Kevin Durant. [Forbes]

If you thought the Twitterverse imploded when Ben Affleck was announced as the new Batman, get this: Justin Bieber could be joining the crew. Late last week, he posted a picture on his Instagram account of what appears a Batman vs. Superman script with the caption #Robin. According to The Guardian, though, it's all a funny (or die) joke. [HLN]

Miley Cyrus has twerked to the top. The good girl gone bad (post-Rihanna, of course), landed her first number one on the Billboard Hot 100 thanks to the 120 million views for her steamy “Wrecking Ball” clip. [Billboard]

Hot on the heels of Britney Spears’ Sin City announcement, has released a list of the attraction's top ten residency performers. Spears, of course, makes the cut, along with Celine Dion, Boyz II Men, Mötley Crüe, Paul Oakenfold, and of course, Elvis Presley. [GLAM Inbox]

Say it ain't so: Pixar has pushed back the release of The Good Dinosaur from May 2014 to November 2015, which, in turn, means that the highly-anticipated Finding Dory won't bow until 2016. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Bonnie & Clyde will be taking over A&E, Lifetime, and History at the same time. The A&E Networks program will be simulcast across all three channels in December, a first for the company. [Variety]