Bruno Mars will join James Corden for Carpool Karoke TONIGHT, and we have your sneak peak.
Radar Online claims Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes may be looking to leave Hollywood. A source tells the site: “They are tired of the hustle bustle of Los Angeles and want to raise their daughters, Esmeralda, 2, and 7-month-old Amada, in a homey environment. They’re looking to buy a home in the Montreal area, where Ryan spent part of his childhood. Eva and Ryan have talked this over a long time and this move feels so right.”
In other Ryan Gosling news, apparently Harrison Ford punched him while filming. Ryan recently told GQ,“We were just doing a fight scene and, you know, it just happened,” Gosling explained to GQ. “But what was funny was, when it was over, they brought ice for my face, and Harrison pushed me out of the way and stuck his fist in the ice.” The punch in question occurred while the two actors were filming a scene for next year’s “Blade Runner 2049.” Directed by Denis Villenueve, the sci-fi flick is the sequel to one of the more beloved films of Ford’s storied career, 1982’s “Blade Runner.”
Reports are circulating that Selena Gomez has signed a pretty lucrative deal with Coach. According to Page Six, sources are saying that Selena has signed a $10 million deal with the brand to become the face of Coach, as well as, design her own line. A source close to the deal also said that Gomez will star in the designer’s ad campaigns.
Lamar Odom is ready to get some professional help. E! News can confirm the former Los Angeles Lakers player recently admitted himself into rehab in San Diego, Calif. “It was his own decision. He wanted to work on his mental and physical health for the next chapter of his life,” a source shared with E! News. “He has not fallen off the wagon, but he understands the importance of maintaining his sobriety.”
The Fader magazine has reported that Nelly Furtado will be releasing her first album in five years this spring. Furtado will be dropping her sixth album, titled The Ride, which will consist of 12 tracks. The singer also confirmed on Monday that her lead single will be the eighth song on the album and the record is called, “Pipe Dreams.” The album was originally set to be released on March 3rd, but will now hit stores on March 31st.
La La Land, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, Deadpool and Stranger Things were among the movies and TV series to receive multiple nominations for the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards.