Tidbits

Travis Kelce will make his acting debut in Ryan Murphy’s new FX horror drama series Grotesquerie, with Niecy Nash-Betts, Courtney B. Vance and Lesley Manville. Kelce’s role is unknown, but the show debuts this fall.

Martin Lawrence has announced a national arena stand-up tour, titled Y’all Know What It Is!, spanning from July 2024 to April 2025 and including stops in nearly 40 cities. Deon Cole, Loni Love and many more will join him.

Frankie Valli, 90, was granted a three-year restraining order against his eldest son, Francesco Valli Jr., following family drama. Days later, Frankie received a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, where he thanked his kids.

John Waters (director of Hairspray) was discharged from a Maryland hospital after a car crash. Waters, 78, stated he was injured and provided no further details. The crash occurred when a van ran a red light and hit his car.

Spacey Unmasked, a Channel 4 doc featuring 10 men alleging they were sexually assaulted by Kevin Spacey, aired in the U.K. It will next premiere on Investigation Discovery in the U.S. on May 13th. A trailer dropped yesterday.

Taylor Swift fans who missed her U.S. tour dates opted to fly to Europe for her Eras Tour. Americans accounted for 20% of tickets sold for her shows, with 10,000 expected at her Stockholm concert. Some fans found it cheaper.

Jaleel White, known for his role as Steve Urkel in Family Matters, got married to Nicoletta Ruhl at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles. The couple had a 175-guest celebration with neutral decor, great food, and music.

Sydney Sweeney will portray female boxer Christy Martin in an upcoming biopic directed by David Michôd. The as-yet-untitled film will depict Martin’s journey as she became America’s most renowned female boxer in the 1990s.

Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are teaming up for a new reality series, separate from their famous show The Simple Life. While details about the premise are still unknown, the project has already been sold to a streaming platform.

Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery have announced a streaming bundle that combines Disney+, Hulu, and Max services. The bundle will offer both ad-free and ad-supported options, with pricing yet to be determined.