Star Scoop: Lupita and Brad Reunite, Breezy is Back, Adam Levine Sets Summer Wedding Date!


It’s true! Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s critically-acclaimed 2013 novel Americanah is being adapted for the silver screen, and Star Wars’ newest lead, Lupita Nyong’o, will star in the project. What’s even better is that the Oscar winner will be reuniting with her 12 Years a Slave co-star Brad Pitt for the feature. We can’t wait! [The Hollywood Reporter]

Guess who’s back? Chris Brown was welcomed home this week after a four-month stint in jail for violating his probation. He was greeted by model girlfriend Karrueche, and frequent collaborators like TygaBig Sean, and T-Pain. We just hope he’s learned his lesson and gets back to doing what he does best: making us dance! [Billboard]

Karry on Kimye… there’s a new Hollywood couple looking to say “I Do.” Adam Levine and his model fiancée Behati Prinsloo have set the date for their upcoming nuptials: July 19! The pair will reportedly tie the knot in a Los Cabos, Mexico ceremony in “bohemian and very beachy” fashion. [E! Online]

Speaking of couples, here’s one that didn’t make it: Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart. While promoting her upcoming album and setting The Bronx on fire with a free concert, Lopez and her partner of two-and-a-half years have amicably split. We’re sure it’ll take her no time to find someone new to “luh.” [Us Weekly]

Our favorite “Good Kisser” is opening up about problems plaguing his young protégé. Usher spoke to Nylon magazine about Justin Bieber’s recent issues, saying that despite the drama (see: leaked video of the Biebs using racially-charged language) he will stand by the superstar. “I hate some of the things I hear. Is it all true? I don't know,” Usher said in the interview. “But I will tell you this: Success comes with a price. Every person that has grown up, grows through something. It ain’t just perfect from the beginning.” [ABC News]

Sorry Girls. Game of Thrones has got you beat. HBO confirmed that the fantasy epic has now surpassed The Sopranos as its most-watched series ever, with a weekly audience averaging 18.4 million! [Vulture]