Here are this week's highlights from VH1, Celebuzz, Flavorwire, and Hollywood.com.
Rihanna and Drake are officially dating. Rejoice, everyone! Celebrate at VH1 Celebrity.
Young adult books and TV can have pretty scary romances. And Twilight is just the tip of the iceberg. See a gallery of creepy YA romance at Flavorwire.
Lady Gaga, dressed insanely of course, gets serious in a SXSW talk. She talks about beauty, the music industry, and Katy Perry. Find out what she said at Celebuzz.
Can a case be made for Selena Gomez?Hollywood.com thinks so. Read it here.
Guys, Community is back. To get everyone pumped for the beginning of season five, Joel McHale, who plays Jeff on the show, answered some questions on Reddit. Here are some highlights from the AMA.
His favorite songs used on Community: "Roxanne, Waterloo..."
On his strangest interactions with fans: "The ones that want me to sign their genitals always get a bit awkward."
On Community creator Dan Harmon's return to the show: "Having Dan back is the same feeling you get from a Nestea plunge (absolute relief and delicious refreshment)""This is going to be a long answer. Dan was the only way I believe we would get to a 6th season since the show is in his head. Like J.R.R. Tolkien had Middle Earth in his. And I have to thank NBC and Sony for being open and willing to bring him back. And I'm as excited as a little schoolgirl."
On backlash from celebrities about coverage on The Soup: "There was a time years ago when I don't think Tyra Banks was very happy about what we said about her show. But I've met her since and she was very cool."
Whether it's difficult to spend enough time with his wife: "Wow, that's a thoughtful question. Yes. Because of my schedule, it's hard to be around as much as I want. But believe me, there are way more other people with bigger time constraints than I have. My number 1 goal is to spend as much time with my wife and kids as possible. That, and playing Call of Duty."
Movies he's working on: "Adam Sandler's Blended, Deliver Us From Evil (out on July 2), A Friggin' Christmas Miracle with Robin Williams, and some low budget softcore stuff ...Wait! Adam Sandler's Blended is now called The Familymoon."
On the scar on his eyebrow: "I fell when I was 6 during a power outage into the corner of a brick fireplace. Yup! I'm coordinated."
His favorite kind of soup: "I've never been asked this. I'll have to think about it."
On the missing Community characters: "We will miss Donald dearly. And Chevy left midseason last year and I wish him the best."
His favorite guest stars on the upcoming season: "It's impossible for me to pick a favorite because all these people came in like designated hitters and hit grand slams. I will say this: it was hard for me to not break into laughter watching Mitch Hurwitz work."
His favorite episode of Community: "I really couldn't say. That's like picking my favorite bourbon."
Annie or Britta? "Both."
On his hair: "It's a mixture of incredibly good lighting, precise messiness arranging, and diesel fuel."
On Donald Glover's new Childish Gambino album: "I have heard it. I think it's terrific. And I want my shirt back from the album cover."
On Abed (Danny Pudi): "With Troy leaving (Donald), it gives a ton for the incredible, amazing Danny Pudi (Abed) to deal with. Danny should have been nominated for 10 Emmys already."
The craziest thing to happen to him: "Finding $20 in an old pair of slacks."
In a vote by Britain's RadioTimes.com, David Tennant one the honor of the most popular doctor, capturing 56% of the vote. His long-time companion Rose (Billie Piper) was fittingly voted the best companion.
This vote suggests a nostalgia for a Doctor Who that was not so long ago. Tennant was the Doctor from 2005 to 2010, and he preceded an era in which the sci-fi show has wavered. Under Steven Moffat's writing, Matt Smith's doctor, and the memorable companionship of Rory and Amy Pond, Doctor Who has had some great moments, but its most recent episodes have been among the show's weakest. Clara Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman), the current companion, only managed a ninth place finish, and the last season has seemed to be a long string of unremarkable and uncohesive episodes. Perhaps, as RadioTimes.com editor Tim Glandfield said, the appearance of Tennant and Piper in the 50th anniversary special is a much needed return.
"It's clear from the results of our poll that they define a golden era of Doctor Who and helped introduce a whole new generation to the show - how fitting that they'll be reunited next week for the 50th anniversary special."
As if that Kanye proposal wasn't weird enough, here's some other weird, though less publicized, entertainment news from this week.
CBS is going to air colorized, festive I Love Lucy episodes. Because colorizing always turns out so well. Read more at The A.V. Club.
Tom Hanks and Ken Burns are recruiting celebs to record audiobooks. Find out what classic war story Bryan Cranston will be reading at The Verge.
The long rumored Beetlejuice sequel is happening. According to Rolling Stone, Tim Burton and Michael Keaton seem to be on board.
Bob Barker gets sentimental about baby elephants. Read the cute story at Hollywood.com.
North West will not stoop to wearing "typical baby pink," says Kim Kardashian. Find out the colors that the budding fashionista does wear at The Huffington Post.
Glee releases awesome/strange promotional photos for an episode that looks to be about both Lady GaGa and Katy Perry. Check them out at MTV.
Apparently, Owl City created some of the iOS7 ringtones. According to Stereogum, Apple decided the cloyingly sweet sounds of Owl City were still relevent.
One of recently retired anime director Hayao Miyazaki's great gifts was adaptation. He transformed Diana Wynne Jones' spectacular novel Howl's Moving Castle into a world of bright colors and melancholy, and he recently spun a tale of genius and wonder out of the story of Japanese airplane designer Jiro Horikoshi. His company, Studio Ghibli, will hopefully continue to create beautiful worlds, but Miyazaki will be missed. Here are a few books that would have benefited from Miyazaki's magical touch.
1. The Phantom TollboothThis classic children's story hasn't been brought to the screen since 1970, and the book's letter trees and number mines would have looked beautiful in Miyazaki's world.
2. The Little PrinceMiyazaki didn't shy away from the philosophical or the surreal, and this classic French tale would have been perfect for him.
3. "The Boy Who Drew Cats"This Japanese fairy tale centers around a boy whose drawings could come to life, and we'd love to see how that would look in Miyazaki's animation.
4. The Secret GardenThis novel exists at the intersection between fairy tales and adult themes in which Miyazaki thrived, and the hidden garden would look specatacular under his direction.
5. The Graveyard BookThis Neil Gaiman book is already in talks at Disney, but Studio Ghibli could have turned the creepy-cute graveyard adventure story into a haunting masterpiece.
6. Alice in WonderlandTim Burton used to be the king of whimsy, but his Alice adaptation fell flat. Miyazaki could have created a far more beautiful world with a lot more surprises.
7. AbaratThis beautifully illustrated fantasy novel creates an amazing world where each island is a different hour of the day, and we'd love to see Miyazaki's take on Clive Barker's illustrations.
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