Star Scoop: Peek into Kim Kardashian’s Miami Life, Alicia Keys to Open for Beyonce, Kanye West Recruits New Producer


Get a first look into life with Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, Mason, and Penelope when the Kardashian krew takes Miami, again. E! is giving fans of the klan a 10-minute look into the new season of Kim & Kourtney Take Miami, with juice on Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's relationship woes and Kim Kardashian's special gift from beau Kanye West, with plenty of Kourtney Kardashian spunk in between. [E! YouTube]

Lance Armstrong's revealing, riveting interview with television queen Oprah Winfrey debuted last night with the shocking revelation that the seven-time Tour de France winner used performance-enhancing drugs to build his record-breaking biking career. Part two of the anticipated special airs tonight on OWN at 10:00 p.m. EST. [Los Angeles Times]

Rapper-producer Kanye West is sharing some of his spotlight by adding another budding producer to his growing record label G.O.O.D. Music. The Chicago-born emcee added newcomer Hudson Mohawke to his roster, who is credited with working on the imprint's Cruel Summer compilation featuring Common, John Legend, and sole female member Teyana Taylor, and co-producing the group's megahit “Mercy.” [Huffington Post]

All you Blair Waldorf fans, hang on to your headbands: Gossip Girl is coming back! Well, sorta. Mexican producer Pedro Torres is bringing the series to Acapulco later this year. And it's already got a growing Twitter fanbase. Time to brush up on our español! [CNN]

While Beyoncé is gearing up to take over the Superbowl's halftime show, friend and collaborator Alicia Keys is kicking off the match by singing the National Anthem. Talk about girls on firewho run the worldat the same time! [Yahoo News]

In one of the most memorable American Idol auditions to date, the talented Lazaro Arbos stole the show; won over judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, Keith Urban, and Randy Jackson; and got America on his team. Watch the tearjerker now! [Entertainment Weekly]

It's a bird. No, it's a plane. Actually, it's Al Pacino taking on the role of the late Joe Paterno. Pacino has been cast to portray the controversial Penn State football coach in the Brian De Palma-directed biopic, tentatively entitled Happy Valley. [NBC News]

Speaking of new roles, Jennifer Hudson opened up about playing a drug addict in the George Tillman Jr.-directed drama, The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete. [Fox News]