Star Scoop: Ariana Grande Gone Mod, Tyra’s Talking Again, Walter White Lives?


Ariana Grande has the number two single in the country, and today, she finally showed us how much of a “Problem” she can be. The 20-year-old Broadway alum dropped a Mod-inspired video for the single featuring Iggy Azalea and Naya Rivera's ex, Big Sean. [Vulture]

Smize siren Tyra Banks is headed back to daytime television. The model, who had her own eponymous talk show on The CW from 2005 to 2010, landed a new role on Disney-ABC. This time she's the host of a new syndicated spot that will feature lifestyle experts talking fashion, fitness, beauty, entertainment, and home. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Walter White lives on? A tweet from Bryan Cranston led fans to believe that the Breaking Bad protagonist (or is he the bad guy?) could have very well lived beyond the series finale, and that there could even be a drug bust resurgence on the silver screen. Better Call Saul on this one. [Huffington Post]

White House press secretary Jay Carney (the real one, not James from Scandal), is stepping away from the podium. The public figure, who joined the Obama administration in 2009 from Time magazine, says he’s “excited by some of the possibilities” ahead. [Variety]

Remember O-Town? Y’know, the “Liquid Dreams” boys of Lou Pearlman boy-band fame? Well they’re back, this time sans lead singer Ashley Parker Angel. The quartet released their first single in ten years today, a ballad, “Skydive.” [Entertainment Weekly]

Season four of Sherlock—and more Benedict Cumberbatch—is vastly approaching. If you’re behind on the mystery solver’s saga, you’re in luck. Starting Monday, streaming service Netflix will exclusively air the last season of the show, along with behind-the-scenes specials Sherlock Uncovered and Unlocking Sherlock. [The Verge]