Celebrity roundup

Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake to tour

 

Perfect pairing? Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z are planning a major stadium tour this summer, sources told Rolling Stone.

The two megastars have appeared on stage together recently; Timberlake’s album The 20/20 Experience is set for a March 19 release.

Real world

A cast member of the MTV reality show Buckwild is facing a drug charge in West Virginia. Salwa Amin was arraigned on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

TMZ reports Mark Balelo, a star of A&E’s Storage Wars, was found dead in his car, the victim of an apparent suicide (carbon monoxide poisoning). He was found in the garage of his auction house in Simi Valley, Calif.

Suit settled

Don Johnson is rolling in the dough after ending a lawsuit against the company that co-produced Nash Bridges, according to the Hollywood Reporter. In 2010, Rysher Productions was ordered to pay the former Miami Vice star $23 million in profits for the show. Rysher was also ordered to pay an additional $28.5 million in interest. But Rysher appealed, alleging jury misconduct. Last year, the California Court of Appeal agreed with Rysher, saying Johnson should receive just $15 million, plus interest. Nash Bridges aired on CBS from 1996 to 2001.

Stork news

Jamie-Lynn Sigler is all grown up: the former Sopranos star is pregnant. Life & Style reports the Guys With Kids star, 31, is unexpectedly expecting with her fiancé, minor league baseball player Cutter Dykstra, 23. The two announced their engagement Jan. 28 after dating for nearly a year.

John Cho has a smash movie ( Identity Thief) and a new daughter. The Go On star and his wife, Grey’s Anatomy actress Kerri Higuchi, welcomed a daughter, his rep told People, joining a brother, 4. Cho will soon reprise his role as Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek Into Darkness.

Get out!

The Grammy gatecrasher may think twice about messing with celebs again. Ukrainian TV “personality” Vitalii Seduik (remember he kissed Will Smith on the red carpet?) rushed the stage when Adele was getting her Best Solo Pop performance award. Luckily, he was shooed off by Jennifer Lopez and later arrested. A court date is set for March. Apparently, Seduik did not have a ticket or credentials but simply strolled in and took Adam Levine’s seat in the second row.

In memory

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas unveiled a wax figure of singer, actress and producer Whitney Houston on Monday, the one year anniversary of her death.

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