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TMZ claims Mariah Carey’s team believes her New Year’s Eve performance on ABC was sabotaged for ratings. Mariah’s earpieces were not working. This led to her ripping out her earpieces and trying to sing along to her music even though she could not hear because the Times Square crowd was too loud. Audio

NBC has ordered 10 new episodes of Will & Grace.

TMZ claims Dale Earnhardt Jr married Amy Reimann on New Year’s Eve. They tied the knot at a vineyard in North Carolina.

Ryan Gosling is going to play Neil Armstrong in a new movie about the astronaut’s life. Armstrong was the first man on the moon.

Rosie O’Donnell Tweet of the Day: ”DONALD TRUMP IS MENTALLY UNSTABLE. LESS THAN 3 WEEKS TO STOP HIM AMERICA”

80’s pop icon Rick Astley is creating his own beer. The new lager has yet to be named.

Hooray for Hollywood: 1. “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” $64.3 million ($45.8 million international).

Ed Sheeran may be releasing new music this Friday. He posted a video online while holding a sign that read: “New Music Coming Friday!!”

Ariana Grande is going to be featured in the new mobile phone game Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius. She will wear a black latex bunny costume and cast spells on people.

Todd Fisher Talks About The Recent Deaths Of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds … Fisher talks about the recent deaths of his sister and mother. Audio

Mariah Carey is falling for Bryan Tanaka. A source tells the show: ”They’re in a proper relationship now. She’s really into Bryan. ‘He’s with her 24/7.”

Jennifer Lopez and Drake fell for one another after they started recording new music together. TMZ photographers spotted J-Lo and Drake gambling at the MGM Grand on New Year’s Day.

Charlie Puth tweet of the day: ”Happy New Year! Today’s to do list: 1.) Go to gym. 2.) Start album #2.”

The HBO documentary “Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds” will air on January 7th. It will explore the relationship between the mother and daughter.

George Michael left the majority of his $130 million estate to his older sister.

Bristol Palin called a number of celebrities ‘sissies’ for refusing to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration. The paper claims Bristol blogged: Isn’t it amazing how ‘not cool’ it is to be conservative in the public eye? Either Hollywood is that far off — or we have so many sissies in the spot light too scared to stand for what they believe in!” She targeted Elton John, Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Aretha Franklin and Bruno Mars.

Lindsay Lohan has written a script for Mean Girls 2.

The Rock bought his father a Ford SUV for Christmas.

John Stamos paid a visit to Long Beach Memorial Hospital over the Christmas holiday. He met one patient named Amanda who had recently been dumped by her boyfriend. Audio

The Chainsmokers were recently performing in Los Angeles when they invited the Backstreet Boys on stage to sing with them. The Backstreet Boys sang ”Larger than Life”

Tyler Perry has been facing a backlash for his latest show, “Too Close to Home.” For those who haven’t seen it, the TLC drama centers on a fictional president who becomes in embroiled in a political scandal. But the predominantly white cast is causing controversy, and Tyler is calling it out. He calls it reverse racism.

Eva Amurri Martino’s night nurse dropped her three-month old son, cracking his skull. This happened back in November but she says she didn’t want to say anything until the baby was definitely okay. She was also worried about the criticism she’d face for having a night nurse. Eva adds she thinks she’s suffering from ptsd tied to post partum, and now she has trouble leaving her son with anyone.

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna brought in 2017 together.

Three unidentified people showed up at Kenya Moore house. She jumped on The ‘Gram to share pictures of the intruders and offer a reward. She also said that she was a “shoot first, ask questions later”-type of woman. Audio

Blowing out their candles:

Giants QB Eli Manning (36)

Idol star Kimberley Locke (39)

Danica McKellar from The Wonder Years (42)

Mel Gibson (61)