Star Scoop: Patrick Dempsey’s McDreamy Coffee, Prince to Be Honored at Carnegie Hall, Beyonce’s Barclays Baby Digs


Did you ever think that you could buy your morning cup of joe with an extra shot of McDreamy? Now, you can. Grey's Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey outbid coffee giant Starbucks to buy Seattle chain, Tully's Coffee. The price: a whopping $9.15 million! That's an expensive price tag for some good ol' slow roasted fix, but Dempsey's tweet about beating out Starbucks… priceless. [Us Magazine]

Boyz II Men is back, Vegas style. The 1990s R&B group — sampled for Beyoncé's love-yielding “Countdown” — will be a staple on the Las Vegas strip starting March 1st. They'll perform 78 shows through the end of 2013 at Sin City's Terry Fator Theatre at The Mirage. [Huffington Post]

The Artist Formerly Known As Prince, who just goes by Prince these days, is set to be honored in the heart of New York City at Carnegie Hall. Rapper Talib Kweli, the Blind Boys of Alabama, and jazz soloist Madeleine Peyroux are among the artists who will pay tribute to the “Purple Rain” all-star for The Music of Prince at Carnegie Hall, benefitting its annual music fundraiser. [Entertainment Weekly]

We can't get enough of Jay-Z and Beyoncé's courtside appearances as they cheer on the Brooklyn Nets, but we still can't help but wonder where their precious baby girl, Blue Ivy is while her parents take in all the action. Apparently, she's being well taken care of in a $1 million a year nursery that proud papa Jay-Z rents out from the basement of the Barclays Center. [Huffington Post]

The Oscars have fallen hard for James Bond and his 50-year legacy, so much that the Academy is honoring the franchise with a tribute this season. This is a first for the spy series, now helmed by agent du jour Daniel Craig, after winning only two Academy Awards from its 23 films. [Rolling Stone]