Star Scoop: Cameron Diaz’s Saturday Night, Meghan Trainor Brings Bass to Thanksgiving, President… Angelina Jolie?!
Chris Rock didn’t shy away from tackling controversial issues (9/11, the Boston Marathon) during his November 1 stint on Saturday Night Live, to mixed reviews. Now, Studio H8 is switching up its approach and bringing Cameron Diaz along for the ride. She’ll be making her first appearance on the show since 2005, with musical guests Bruno Mars and SNL newbie Mark Ronson. [Vulture]
President Angelina Jolie? In her cover story with Vanity Fair, the actress-turned-director says she’s “open” to running for office, which makes perfect sense given her philanthropic efforts. “When you work as a humanitarian, you are conscious that politics have to be considered,” she said. “Because if you really want to make an extreme change, then you have a responsibility. But, I honestly don’t know in what role I would be more useful — I am conscious of what I do for a living, and that [could] make it less possible.” [Refinery 29]
Glam is no stranger to American Express Unstaged: we’ve danced to sets from Pharrell to Maroon 5 to Florida Georgia Line in the past few months alone. Now, Amex is taking it a step further by celebrating and bolstering emerging music acts. Today, it launched the first installment of the Artist in Residence program with Betty Who, Mary Lambert, and Rixton along for the ride. [Glam Inbox]
See Sean Rad. Swipe left. The Tinder CEO is leaving his post following a drawn-out lawsuit, and eventual settlement, with ousted co-founder Whitney Wolfe. Though he won’t be the head man in charge, Rad will remain a part of the Tinder team as president and a member of its board. [Forbes]
You’re Fired! A new group of D-list celebrities is gearing up to have egos handed back on a platter for the new season of Celebrity Apprentice. Kate Gosselin, Vivica A. Fox, and Bravo Real Housewives Brandi Glanville and Kenya Moore have signed on for season 14 of the reality hit, premiering early next year. Host Donald Trump says the show will pay homage to alum Joan Rivers in two episodes, deeming her “so strong and so vibrant.” [The Hollywood Reporter]
Who knew Kendrick Lamar could move? The video for his uplifting track, “i,” has arrived, with a cameo from Ronald Isley, whose 1973 hit with the Isley Brothers, “That Lady” was sampled for the song. In interviews with New York radio stations Hot 97 and Power 105, Lamar says he wrote the track for inmates and suicidal fans in need of a boost. [YouTube]