America's most lovable James Corden learned the hard way that not everything is a laughing matter. On Friday night The Late Late Show star hosted a glittering star-studded amfAR Los Angeles Gala honoring Julia Roberts—and while captaining the charity event, the funnyman couldn't help but to throw a few jabs at disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of both assault and rape. But many people of the Internet didn't think his words were so funny and the entertainer faced some serious online backlash for his remarks. The Brit took to Twitter on Sunday to apologize, writing, "To be clear, sexual assault is no laughing matter. I was not trying to make light of Harvey’s inexcusable behavior, but to shame him, the abuser, not his victims. I am truly sorry for anyone offended, that was never my intention."
Taylor Swift has her 'Swifties' swirling this morning after she wore what to appears to be an engagement type ring, during a rare public outing with her boyfriend. Swift, was out on the town celebrating her 'SNL' performance on Saturday night in NYC. Like usual, Taylor joined the cast for it's after party at Zuma in NYC. The singer showed up to the event hand in hand with her boyfriend actor Joe Alwyn. Taylor's fans, the 'Swifties,' noticed a sparkling ring on her finger, and the engagement rumors started flying.
Three days after a federal jury ruled that Katy Perry's 2013 hit "Dark Horse" had improperly copied another artist's song, the singer was hit with sizable damages. During a hearing on Thursday to determine damages, a jury found that Perry and her musical collaborators, including producer Dr. Luke, who worked with her on the single, will have to pay $2.78 million. The jury awarded the sizable sum to Christian rapper Marcus Gray -- who performs under the stage name "Flame" -- and his two co-writers on the 2009 single "Joyful Noise" -- the song that a jury decided Perry's tune had significantly copied.
The countdown is on! Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are set to wed in December. In the meantime, the pair are focusing on each other. “It’s important for us to do the work before we go and take this really big next step,” explained the singer, 34. Bloom, 42, echoed his fiancée’s sentiment when he told reporters they “are doing all the work necessary to lay a really grounded foundation to our relationship.” Bloom popped the question to the Grammy nominee in a romantic Valentine’s Day proposal in February. The future spouses shared their happy news via Instagram later that night, with photos that showed off Perry’s stunning engagement ring.