Star Scoop: Kardashians Head to the Hamptons, Lollapalooza’s 2014 Lineup, DVF Reality Show Finds a Home


Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian take… the Hamptons? E! announced that the newest Keeping Up spin-off would chronicle the duo as they set up a new DASH boutique in New York City and manage its Hamptons pop-up store. We’ll watch… only if North West makes a cameo. [Time]

When the pair behind OutKast announced that they would be reuniting over a series of summer festivals, we couldn’t help but break out our “SpottieOttieDopaliscious” moves. Now, Big Boi and André 3000 are teaming up with a “Monster” to headline Chicago’s annual, three-day Lollapalooza fest. [Entertainment Weekly]

In other E! news, the reality television haven will be home to a show we actually can’t wait to see: Diane von Furstenberg’s upcoming docu-series. According to a press release from the network, the still-untitled show will “[explore] the relationships between an ultra-successful boss who controls the fashion world and her eight eager-to-please associates in training,” one of which will be crowned DVF’s new global brand ambassador at New York Fashion Week. [Glam Chic]

Sorry, Joan Rivers. Lena Dunham doesn’t have time to address your not-so wisecracks. She’s too busy directing music videos, like this one for her Bleachers boyfriend (and fun. lead guitarist) Jack Antonoff. [Vulture]

After 14 years of giving us “places to go, things to do” DailyCandy is closing up shop. NBCUniversal announced today that it would be closing the site, along with Television Without Pity, effective April 4th. [Variety]

It’s a new day and age for the music industry, where an artist’s or song’s social footprint is just as important as the number of radio spins and records sold. Billboard and Twitter are capitalizing on the phenomenon through a multi-year partnership known as the Billboard Twitter Real-Time Charts that will “track U.S. music conversations among the millions of Tweets sent each day… [to] reshape for consumers and the industry the way music success is measured.” [Billboard]

Gladiators! Tonight, all of your questions—well, a few of them—will be answered. According to Nazanin Boniadi, the actress who plays Adnan Salif on Scandal, we’ll get a glimpse into Harrison’s dark past and what the future holds for a vindictive Mama Pope. [The Hollywood Reporter]