Star Scoop: Kris Jenner Headed to Talk TV, Lady Gaga Loses Millions, Beyonce Drops New Superbowl Promo


Kris Jenner is giving television audiences another reason to keep up with her. The matriarch of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians franchise is headed to daytime television with her own talk show, aptly titled Kris. The show will enter a six-week run on Fox stations in markets like New York and Los Angeles to vet if the momanger is worthy of a syndicated show. [E! Online]

The head of the Kardashian clan isn't the only figure you can catch on television soon! Pop singer Ke$ha is debuting a reality program on MTV in April. Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life follows the past two years of the “Right Round” singer's life and was shot by her brother, Lagan Sebert. [Entertainment Weekly]

We beamed with joy when we learned that Cory and Topanga would be returning to our television screens with a revamp of Boy Meets World for Disney, and now, we've met their television daughter who is carrying on the show. Rowan Blanchard will be starring in Girl Meets World as the daughter of Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel's on-screen offspring. [Us Magazine]

In recent YouTube views news, Mother Monster, Lady Gaga has been stripped of 156 million views on the popular video sharing site. Google, which owns YouTube, declared it as a move to clear out counts build by hackers and generators. Beyoncé, Leona Lewis, and Chris Brown's videos also fell victim to the roundup. [Huffington Post]

George Clooney is headed to Disney for the media giant's latest film venture,Tomorrowland. Originally promoted under the 1952 title, the movie's synopsis is still under wraps, but has folks leaning to a film the creation of Disneyland, which began development in — surprise! — 1952. [Entertainment Weekly]

We've got some good news and some bad news. The bad news: 3-D versions of Star Wars part II and III won't be released next fall. The good: Lucasfilm head George Lucas says the shift will allow the company to work on a new Star Wars trilogy with Star Wars: Episode VII coming in 2015. [CNN]

All hail… referee Bey?! With what is sure to be an epic Superbowl halftime show just days away, Beyoncé is fueling our “Single Ladies” fire with a new promo, and she's blowing her whistle in none other than thigh-high Christian Louboutin boots. Ring the alarm! [InStyle]

The latest addition to the Oscars performance lineup has been revealed, and it's (drumroll please)… Barbra Streisand. The two-time Academy Award winner will hit the Oscars stage for the first time in 36 years, joining Adele and Norah Jones who'll be singing tunes from Skyfall and Ted respectively. [Entertainment Weekly]

Entourage: Give me the green light. Warner Bros.: Go right ahead. Execs at the media company have given the go develop the HBO series into a film, directed by the show's creator Doug Ellin. Series lead Adrian Grenier confirmed the news in a tweet yesterday. No story line has been revealed, but Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson have signed on as producers. [ABC News]