Star Scoop: Halle Berry Ties the Knot, Mariah Carey’s Blinged-Out Sling, ‘Glee’ Stars Remember Cory Monteith


Here comes the bride! Halle Berry may have sworn off marriage during a 2007 interview with InStyle, but reports confirm that she wed longtime boyfriend Olivier Martinez over the weekend. The nuptials took place at Chateau des Conde, an estate one hour south of Paris, with her daughter Nahla and 60 other guests in attendance. The couple is expecting a baby boy later this year. [Grazia Daily]

One monkey doesn't stop the show; for Mariah Carey, that saying goes for dislocated shoulders too. The “#Beautiful” diva performed for the 2013 MLB All-Star Charity Concert in New York's Central Park, accenting her recent video-shoot injury with a bedazzled and feathered arm sling, respectively. That, ladies and gentlemen, is how the show goes on. [CBS News]

Glee star Lea Michele is asking for “privacy” while she grieves the untimely death of boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith. The 31-year-old was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room with the cause still unknown. While Hollywood poured with condolences for the star's loved ones, colleague Matthew Morrison performed a Monteith tribute during an off-Broadway production Sunday night. [Huffington Post]

This weekend's taut Trayvon Martin trial verdict was echoed with the critically-acclaimed released of Fruitvale Station.Michael B. Jordan, who stars as Bay Area native Oscar Grant, addressed the verdict during a screening panel moments after the jury's decision was reported. “That's why I think this film means so much, because it keeps happening again and again. [We must] learn how to treat each other better and stop judging one another just because we're different,” he said. “It’s not just a black and white thing, it's a people thing. It's the only way that things are going to take the necessary steps to move in the right direction so things can get better.” [Huffington Post]

BET is about to get very, very Scandal-ous. The Viacom network picked up syndication rights to Scandal starring Kerry Washington as the fast-talking, problem-solving Olivia Pope. Seasons one and two will broadcast on BET this summer while episodes from the approaching season three will air no less than eight days after their original ABC premiere. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Thom Yorke has lost love for Spotify. The Radiohead frontman pulled his music from the streaming service, citing concern that artists receive little pay to have their work run on the app. “Make no mistake, new artists you discover on #Spotify will not get paid,” he tweeted. “Meanwhile shareholders will shortly being rolling in it. Simples.” Spotify responded to the “small meaningless rebellion” in a statement reading “We're 100 percent committed to making Spotify the most artist-friendly music service possible, and are constantly talking to artists and managers about how Spotify can help build their careers.” [Rolling Stone]

Saved By The Bell is coming to Broadway… sort of. On September 12, an off-Broadway parody of the ‘90s sitcom will begin a six-night run at New York City's Theatre 80. Bayside! The Musical! will answer all of your burning questions from the cult hit, like whether Zack and Kelly will make it or if Slater and his dimples will quit wrestling for good. Tickets are available now for only $25. [GLAM Inbox]