Star Scoop: Maya Rudolph Vets Variety Show, Adele Documentary on the Horizon, Is No More No Doubt?
Our favorite “bridesmaid” has her sights set on reviving the variety show. Maya Rudolph has reportedly turned down five pilot offers since Christina Applegate announced her departure from NBC's Up All Night. If Rudolph does go through with the idea, then she'll have no problem securing a pilot: ABC, Fox, and NBC all want the project for themselves! [Vulture]
Adele is still bringing home the glory thanks to her golden pipes. After her latest honor, an Academy Award for the title track in Skyfall, the London lass hinted that she may take the Beyoncé route and enter the documentary game. [Huffington Post]
When it comes to Gwen Stefani and her ska punk posse, we've got some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that the California band won't be embarking on a tour followup to its Push and Shove release. The good news: the postponed tour is a result of the group hitting the studio to begin recording a brand new album. We'll take that! [No Doubt]
The unmistakable afro. The late-night sessions on Jimmy Fallon. The weekly sets DJ'ing at exclusive parties across NYC. We all know and love him as Questlove, drummer for The Roots, and this summer, we'll get a deeper look into his life, thanks to his memoir, Mo Meta Blues. [Rolling Stone]
Kim and Kanye aren't the only ones who can bare it all. Funny girl Cameron Diaz takes it off for the cover of Interview magazine's Russian edition, where she's questioned by supermodel Naomi Campbell for the revealing spread. [ET Online]