Star Scoop: Meet Miss Katniss, Bid Adieu to Colbert, and Hear How Wyatt Kutcher Got Her Name

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We're all about a bit of cool competition when it's for a good cause, and even more so when the prize is as good as getting to meet the cast of The Hunger Games! Here's the deal: Purchase one of the limited-edition offers from the fundraising platform Omaze over the next 13 days to be placed in the grand prize raffle. Your purchase will act as a donation to the Special Olympics to benefit the 2015 World Games. If you're chosen, you and a friend will be flown out to Los Angeles to to walk the red carpet at premiere of Mockingjay Part I this November and meet Jennifer Lawrence and others in the VIP green room before the film begins. [Glam Inbox]

December 18th. Mark it on your calendar--this day will mark the airing of the final Colbert Report. Stephen Colbert's nine year run as the host of his late night satirical, politically charged show marks the end of an era, of course, but he's not leaving television just yet. Colbert will be taking over The Late Show from David Letterman sometime next year. [E! Online]

It's strangely fitting that Willow Smith should be born on a day so full of mystery and drama...a day like Halloween. Today not only marks the young pop star's 14th birthday, though, but also the launch of her new EP, 3, exclusively on Google Play. Download it for free here before it goes hits mass digital retailers November 17th. [Glam Inbox]

Remember when Seth Rogan rocked the senate with his plea for more funding for Alzheimer’s Research? Well he's still doing his part to raise attention and money for the horrible disease, this time by creating a limited edition tee for Hilarity For Charity's memory T-shirt series. 100% of the proceeds for the top will go to the charity. Get yours in time for the upcoming Alzheimer’s Awareness Month! [Glam Inbox]

In partnership with Planned Parenthood, Sam Ronson and MC Lyte have curated a fierce feminist "Women Are Watching" playlist on Spotify. You better believe Beyoncé is on there, as well as a slew of other standout lady performers. [Jezebel]

Oh JLo--say it ain't so! The pop star admits to feeling emotionally, verbally, and mentally abused in her relationship with ex husband Marc Anthony. Her own words on the matter can be read in her new memoir, True Love. [E! Online]

Ashton Kutcher revealed to Conan O'Brien that he and Mila Kunis actually had a different name picked out for their daughter, but the energy didn't seem right during the pregnancy. With a name that didn't fit, Kutcher started getting random with his ideas...until finally...well, you can watch the interview yourself. [Hello Magazine]

Spouses who work together...stay together? We sure hope so, because we're definitely a fans of Neil Patrick Harris and husband David Burtka, both of whom are set to to appear on American Horror Story: Freak Show soon. [New York Daily News]

If you've been eagerly anticipating Allison Williams's interpretation of the boy who never grew up in NBC's Peter Pan Live, then treat yourself to this first sneak peek. [Jezebel]

Prepare for a very Vicious 2015, as the acclaimed British sitcom is coming back next year on PBS! According to the official announcement, "the six-part series will return with Freddie (Ian McKellen) and Stuart (Derek Jacobi) delivering more biting remarks, snide comments and cruel asides." [Glam Inbox]