Star Scoop: OITNB’s New Cell Mate, Fallon’s Tribute to Father’s Day, Drake Hits the Road


We’re still recovering from our epic binge-watching session of Orange is the New Black. Now we hear the popular, and addictive, series has cast actress Mary Steenburgen—known for her roles in The Proposal and The Help—for season three! No word on what her role will entail, but we’re itching to see how she’ll hold up on the cell block! [The Hollywood Reporter]

Don’t forget about Dad! After the epic “Evolution of Mom Dancing” bit Jimmy Fallon did with Michelle Obama last year, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has joined him for “Evolution of Dad Dancing,” just in time for Father’s Day. Both men were clad in stereotypical dad outfits and performed dances with hilarious names like “Oh Stop It! I’m Not Embarrassing You” and “Honk the Horn.” Christie did good, and all, but we must say the First Lady has really got the moves. [Daily Mail]

Yes, DrakeWe would like a tour… a new one. Luckily, the Degrassi alum is prepared to give us just that. After wrapping his own tour back in March, Drizzy is ready to hit the road again, this time with YMCMB boss Lil Wayne. The pair will open their 31-city show on August 8 in Darien City, New York, before heading to Dallas, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Miami, and more. [Billboard]

People can criticize Beyoncé and Jay Z, but to bring their adorable baby daughter, Blue Ivy into it? We think that’s pretty low. Someone has started a nasty petition on demanding the Carters “comb her hair.” It has already gained over 2,600 signatures, and people are liberally expressing some insensitive thoughts on baby Blue’s hairstyle. We think people need a new hobby. [E! Online]

Loki is no more! Our favorite bad boy from the Thor movies, Tom Hiddleston, is hanging up his horns to tackle a completely different persona. He revealed through a Twitter picture, which shows him decked out in country gear, that he will star as Hank Williams in the upcoming biopic I Saw The Light. We’re more than curious to see how the charming bloke transforms into the iconic country star! [Vulture]

We’ve got a lot more tomorrows with Matt Lauer of Today. The NBC veteran received a contract extension that will solidify his early morning run for “multiple more years.” Only time will tell if his secured status can overcome rivals on ABC’s Good Morning America! [New York Times]