Monday, April 18, 2011

Cory Monteith Oh, these kids today with their Twitters and their Facetubes and their total lack of common sense! A Twitter-enabled Glee extra went on a spree Saturday night, revealing the identity of Glee's prom king and queen (and quite a bit more) and catching the attention of Glee boss Brad Falchuk, who publicly took her to task for her big mouth. So which names did she name, and what does it mean for the show? (Do not read if you don't want to know!) MORE: Michelle Forbes + The Killing = Inevitable Emmy Nicole Crowther (a name that shall live in infamy forever?), who's become known as a good Glee spoiler source amongst connoisseurs of such things, posted a series of answers to fan questions that included the quasi-coded message, "K is PQ and Ka is PK." Translation: Kurt (Chris Colfer) is prom queen and Karofsky (Max Adler) is prom king. For his part, Falchuk more or less told Crowther via Twitter that she'd never work in this town again, saying, "hope you're qualified to do something besides work in entertainment...Who are you to spoil something talented people have spent months to create?" Glee executive producer Ryan Murphy told us earlier this year, "I love the idea of Kurt being prom king." Although New Directions diva Quinn (Dianna Agron) has been scheming to get the tiara all year, fans had been hoping that Kurt would take the title in the company of his dreamboat boyfriend Blaine (Darren Criss). Apparently the student body of McKinley saw fit to pair him with closeted gay bully Karofsky instead. Charming. Fox has not responded to a request for comment on rumors that the show will reshoot the prom scenes to paper over the leak. Anybody else just feel icky right now? Let's hug it out in the comments: WATCH THIS: Ryan Seacrest sits down one-on-one with Randy Jackson

Don't ask Nicolas Cage how his weekend went.
On the upside (or downside), the arrest in New Orleans wasn't the actor's first lowlight. Some other moments that might've left you closing your eyes, too:
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1. His Home Was Invaded by a Naked Man: In 2007, a 45-year-old tailor walked into Cage's Newport Beach, Calif., house, stripped and helped himself to one of the star's leather jackets. The Con Air vet intercepted the intruder and alerted security while his wife, Alice Kim, and young son slept.
2. He Had to Sell One of His Castles: Put yourself in Cage's designer shoes: If you'd earned enough to buy two castles, then wouldn't you feel crappy about having to unload one? And wouldn't you feel even worse if you'd paid $70 million in federal taxes, only to find out you'd underpaid to the tune ofyipes—$14 million? Money woes are money woes—and they stink.
3. Lisa Marie Presley Called Their Marriage (All Three-and-a-Months of It) a "Big Mistake:" Ouch. Simply ouch.
4. He Was Falsely Accused of Stealing a Chihuahua: In 2008, Cage, who had not yet been arrested for anything, was understandably peeved when a memoir penned by Peggy Sue Got Married costar Kathleen Turner (and serialized in a U.K. newspaper) asserted he'd been busted for DUI and, yes, dog-napping. Cage sued Turner in Britain, which has stricter libel laws, and won an apology, plus a donation to the charity of his choice.
5. Superman Broke His Heart—Twice: In 1998, the confirmed Man of Steel man was just weeks away from playing the big guy when the plug got pulled on the Tim Burton project. Three years later, his rare copy of Action Comics No. 1, featuring the first appearance of the last son of Krypton (and the namesake of his son, Kal-El), got stolen. Well, at least he got the comic book back

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