Star Scoop: Fleetwood Mac Hitting the Road, Preview New Beyonce HBO Documentary, Angelina Jolie Done With Acting?


Looks like 2013 will be bringing us another hefty serving of platinum recording artist Beyoncé. Not only is she headlining the Superbowl XLVII half-time show and working on her fifth studio album (amid managing a Tumblr, Instagram, and baby Blue), she's also directing her own HBO documentary. For eager fans counting down to its February 16 premiere, here's a tease! [Huffington Post]

Screen siren Angelina Jolie might be taking a cue from soon-to-be husbandBrad Pitt, and will be exiting stage left. The mother of six revealed that she will be retiring from acting “as the kids hit the teenage years” to manage her brood and humanitarian efforts with the United Nations. Her eldest child Maddox, whom she and Pitt adopted in 2001, is now 11 years old. Hopefully Jolie will give us more leg moments before the next two years are up! [E! Online]

Stevie Nicks-led rock band Fleetwood Mac is ready for a full-on comeback. The “Go Your Own Way” collective will embark on a 34-city stateside tour, kicking off in Columbus, Ohio on April 4 and ending in Detroit on June 12. Could this mean a new album is in the works? Maybe. [Yahoo News]

The artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg made a turn for the reggae route and he wants you to rally to “Here Comes the King.” Now, operating under the moniker Snoop Lion, the Long Beach, California emcee released his first reggae single following the July announcement that he joined the Rastafari movement. “King” was produced by dancehall-dubstep fusing producer Diplo's Major Lazer. [MTV]

Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine may not be a fan of Honey Boo Boo and crew, but Barbara Walters still thinks the boisterous pint-sized pageant queen is good enough for her Most Fascinating People of 2012 list. Alana Thompson, 7, cracked Walters' annual countdown and joins boy band One Direction, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Olympian Gabby Douglas, and 50 Shades of Grey writer E.L. James. Walters' ABC special will debut on December 12 at 9:30 PM [Today]

Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich got a small role on NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, but it turns out the appearance wasn't planned. Producers of the show wrote Gingrich's scene on the spot when the Speaker accidentally strolled on set while the crew was filming at the famous St. Elmo Steakhouse in Indiana. Too bad we've got to wait until January to see it. [ABC News]