Star Scoop: KimYe is Bound 2Gether, Lady Gaga Sending off Roseland Ballroom, Charlie Hunnam Talks Fifty


It wouldn't be Tuesday—or any day of the week—without a dose of KimYe news. Kanye West visited The Ellen Degeneres Show, of all places, to debut the Nick Knight-directed clip for his latest Yeezus single “Bound 2.” As expected, Kim Kardashian stars in the lovefest. Topless. Atop a motorcycle. As she a Ye “ride” across the Grand Canyon. Really. [Ellen TV]

One New York legend is getting a huge sendoff from another. The historic Roseland Ballroom will be closing its doors for good next year; Lady Gaga has been tapped as the final act to perform there in a four-show run ending on April 2, 2014. [Entertainment Weekly]

He may no longer be suiting up for the role of Christian Grey, but Charlie Hunnam is looking forward to the new Fifty. “I'm sure he'll do a great job,” he said about his Fifty Shades of Grey replacement Jamie Dornan. “I don't really know his work, but I know [director Sam Taylor-Johnson] is amazing, and she has fantastic taste, so I'm sure he'll do a great job.” [Huffington Post]

Steven Tyler is going solo. The Aerosmith frontman will reunite with “Walk This Way” producer Rick Rubin for the project and is said to also be exploring an EDM sound. [Rolling Stone]

It's time we sign up for some voice lessons. The cast of Family Guy, excluding Seth MacFarlane, has secured $175,000 to $225,000 each, per episode, for at least two more seasons. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Spider-Man is turning off the lights… for good. Spidey's Broadway run will end next year, but show producers say he'll be swinging into a Las Vegas venue by 2015. [Vulture]

MTV will hang in Awkward territory for a fourth season and 10 more episodes. [Entertainment Weekly]