Did anyone say God Complex? Everyone's favorite humble rapper, Kanye West, not only sings about Jesus Christ-he dressed up like him for the new issue of Rolling Stone. We can't wait to read about West's favorite topic: HIMSELF. No word yet on whether Mel Gibson has tapped the Chicago native for this
Burning Down the House
Mr. Spears, Kevin Federline, is rapidly turning into a parody of himself. The aspiring rap star premiered his new track "PopoZao" to MTV and seems to be his own biggest fan. Maybe he should start hanging out with Kanye.
Even though ABC spent more money on ads for Heather Graham's new show than it would take to buy anti-malaria pills for an entire village in Africa, Emily's Reasons Why Not was cancelled after only airing one episode. Other shows to bite the bullet this week were The West Wing, Malcolm in the Middle and That 70s Show, presumably because the cast of the latter are actually IN their 70s and had to replace their platform shoes with Wallabees.
Everyone Hates the Gilmore Girls
Talk about a new birth where no one hopes the recessive genes come through: UPN and the WB networks will unite to form a new television network, CW, by 2007.Their parent companies, CBS and Warner Bros., will have a 50/50 stake in the deal that aims to reach a younger, more hip audience. Does this mean that Reba will have a whole new set of Girlfriends? Maybe Veronica Mars will be solving crimes alongside a young Superman on Smallville.