Beyoncé has been cast in Ryan 'I created Glee' Murphy’s latest film project One Hit Wonders. (Deadline)
With Lady Gaga opening her Born This Way Foundation at Harvard today, some students have timed a rally to get the university to award posthumous degrees to seven students who were kicked out for being gay in the 1920s. (Associated Press)
'Vanilla Twilight' hitmaker Owl City claims that he is "maybe 80, 85 percent done" with his new album, which sees him collaborating with little known songwriters such as Dr Luke and Stargate. (Billboard)
Cee Lo Green is going to let you "enter into the supernatural, the surreal, and [the] extraordinary", as he is writing a memoir to be published next year. (Winnipeg Free Press)
Kid Cudi has apologised for the way his "weak ass major label" have been promoting his new album 'WZRD'. (Ace Showbiz) He’s also been showing off his hideous new 'slit-wrists' tattoos, which may or may not be related to his major label 'woes'.
Joe Mount of Metronomy has enjoyed touring with Azealia Banks on the NME tour, stating that "obviously you got people like Adele and Florence doing their big emotional thing at the moment, so it’s nice to hear somebody do something a little bit nasty for a change". (Daily Star)
Avril Lavigne looks like she’s being attacked by a bear from behind in this photo, but it is in fact Chad Kroeger. (Twitter)
Simon Cowell reckons that being a judge on The X Factor would be "a walk in the park" for Britney Spears. (Belfast Telegraph) What utter bollocks. Simon Cowell knows full well that the sort of shit an X Factor judge has to put up with from audiences and the show's production team is the last thing Britney would want or need.
And finally, news onthe legacy of Girl Power: Tulisa had fun with The-Dream at a Miami strip club the other day, with a 'source' claiming that while she was embarrassed at first, she soon got into the swing of throwing money at dancers. (The Sun) So classy.
THAT WAS some of THE NEWS.