Big Slick Celebrity Weekend 2018 announced 36 guests — a record. They include David Cook, Chiefs' Tony Gonzalez, Al Roker, Charlie Day, Adam Devine and more. Hosts are Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle and David Koechner.
A replica of the Batmobile from the 1960s TV show "Batman" crashed into a guardrail in Buffalo, New York, on Thursday. The car, owned by TV and Movie Cars For Hire, will be out of commission for an undetermined amount of time.
Meghan Markle's nephew, Tyler Dooley, is a pot farmer in Oregon, US, and has created a special strain of marijuana to honor his aunt for her royal wedding near London, England. The strain is called "Markle Sparkle."
Drew Scott, one half of HGTV's popular "Property Brothers" show, married his girlfriend Linda Phan on Saturday in Italy. Guests included Scott’s "Dancing With the Stars" partner, Emma Slater, and her husband, "DWTS" pro Sasha Farber.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has ruled that a Pennsylvania gynecologist's trademark of Dr. Drai does not infringe on that of music mogul Dr. Dre. Consumers won't be confused by the two, the ruling said.
Olympic softball player Jennie Finch refused to dance to a new Janelle Monae song on "Dancing With the Stars" this week. The Christian athlete said she wants to "glorify God" on the show and "Make Me Feel" wasn't a good choice to do that.
Big Slick Celebrity Weekend 2018 announced its first wave of guests for the Children's Mercy hospital fundraiser June 1-2: CNN journalist Jake Tapper and actors Charlie Day, Adam Devine and Will Forte.
A Brooklyn grand jury has indicted a Staten Island NY woman on charges of manslaughter and assault in connection with a March car crash that killed 2 children, including the daughter of Broadway actress Ruthie Ann Miles of "The King and I."