We’ve got an air date, folks. Hear Bruce Jenner talk about his gender transition with Diane Sawyer at 9 p.m. April 24 on ABC News’s 20/20 special. That’s a Friday night, People reports. The veteran newswoman interviewed the former Olympian, 65, a few months ago — right around the time his mom confirmed that he wanted to become a woman.
Any volunteers to help with Daniel Craig’s recovery? James Bond may be indestructible, but the actors who play 007 are not. The suave star has had arthroscopic knee surgery in between filming the latest Bond flick Spectre. Producers say he underwent a “minor procedure” during the Easter production break. He is believed to have suffered the injury while filming action scenes in Mexico. Eon Productions said the Brit will rejoin the production at the famed Pinewood Studios in England April 22.
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Tom Cruise took in a women’s Final Four game on Sunday night, watching UConn beat Maryland 81-58. The three-time Academy Award nominee sat in a suite above the Terrapins bench and received a loud ovation from the crowd when the cameras showed him on the video board. It wasn’t clear who he was rooting for.
Giuliana Rancic isn’t making any promises that she’ll return to Fashion Police in the fall. The E! personality appeared on the Today show Monday to promote her new book, Going off Script. Host Savannah Guthrie asked if Rancic “will be there” when the style show airs again in September, the red carpet regular, who announced she was moving to Chicago full time, said only, “We’ll see.”
The King will not appear at Elvis Presley’s Graceland Wedding Chapel that is coming soon to Las Vegas — exactly how Priscilla Presley wants it. The woman who wed Elvis in Sin City in 1967 made one thing clear before unveiling the latest wedding chapel to bear his name: No impersonators; such a move would only cheapen the place. “This is all first-class,” she told the Associated Press recently. “This is not a joke. The wedding chapel is not a joke.”
A DAY AT THE RACE
For Josh Groban, the second time will be the charm at the Kentucky Derby. The multiplatinum-selling Groban has been selected to sing the national anthem at the annual thoroughbred race, to be held May 2 at the Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky. It is an upgrade for Groban; the last time he attended the event, he was a spectator.