Star Scoop: Katy Perry’s Prismatic, Nick Cannon is Rich and Famous, Diana Ross Heads to Hollywood Bowl


Looks like Katy Perry took a note from Jay Z's #newrules movement with her latest PR move. The secret “Ooh La La” Smurfette emblazoned a gold 18-wheeler with “KATY PERRY. PRISM. 10.22.13,” signaling the upcoming release of her fourth studio album (that is, if you count Katy Hudson from 2001). [E! Online]

The extravagant Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous are coming back to a TV screen near you. The original series, which went off the air in 1995, is being rebooted for the Style Network with Nick Cannon slated to host. “To be a part of Style's reimagination of this iconic show and follow in the footsteps of the legendary Robin Leach is a dream come true,” Cannon told The Hollywood Reporter. “Even though I am fortunate to have certain luxuries, sometimes, I am even amazed by what people with money have and do. I want to remind people that just because you might be rich and famous, it doesn't mean you have to take yourself too seriously.” [Vulture]

Did someone order up a dose of the original diva? Diana Ross and her glorious mane are headlining the Hollywood Bowl this Saturday, August 3. In the rare performance, Ross will celebrate her four decades in the industry with hits like “Endless Love,” “I'm Coming Out,” and “Ain't No Mountain High Enough.” Tickets are available now for $20—$186. [Refinery 29]

How did Matt Damon get into fine form for his role in Elysium? Four hours a day at the gym. “Neill [Blomkamp] was so specific about what he wanted me to look like. He actually had a picture with my face tacked onto this guy with this body,” Damon told Variety about the film's futuristic director. “They literally hired me a trainer and I went to him with the picture. It was four hours a day in the gym—and I’m not 26 anymore but I got in shape.” [Variety]

Welcome to the VEVO Certified club, Carly Rae Jepsen. The Canadian chanteuse joins RihannaBeyoncé, and others whose videos have garnered more than 100 million views on the video-streaming service with clips for “Call Me Maybe” and “Good Time” featuring Owl City. [GLAM Inbox]

It's been two weeks since Hollywood gave their final farewells to Glee star Cory Monteith who tragically passed away at the age of 31. Now, after releasing statements through her reps, Lea Michele, Monteith's girlfriend and co-star, is speaking out on her loss. “Thank you all for helping me through this time with your enormous love & support,” she shared on Instagram under a photo of the pair. “Cory will forever be in my heart.” [People]

Grammy Award-winning artist Marc Anthony will be spreading a little cheer in Chicago this summer. Mr. “Vivir Mi Vida” will be lending his talent to the city's Maestro Cares Foundation on September 9. All proceeds from Anthony's reception will benefit the non-profit organization, which has positioned itself to assist orphaned children in countries throughout Latin America. “I'm thrilled to witness the organization's growth and that our projects are taking shape, said Anthony who founded the effort with entrepreneur Henry Cardenas. “It's a very rewarding process and I'm looking forward to sharing the evening with all of our supporters in Chicago.” [GLAM Inbox]