LOS ANGELES (AP) - There's going to be a Queer Eye for the Straight Guy reunion. Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia and Jai Rodriguez will get together in a special on Bravo next month. They'll talk about what they've been doing since the show went off the air 10 years ago. Andy Cohen will host.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jon Gosselin is a waiter now. Gosselin tells "Entertainment Tonight" that it's been "next to near impossible to find work" since "Jon and Kate Plus 8" went off the air. He's gone from partying on yachts in the south of France to living in a cabin in the woods with no Internet or TV. Gosselin says diners do recognize him. He says they ask "are you the guy?" and he says, "Yeah, I'm the guy."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - She wasn't even the proverbial glint in her parent's eyes back in the 1960s. But Carrie Underwood will help give people watching the Emmys a history lesson on one of the most significant decades in American history. She will take part in a tribute to TV's role in key 1960's events. Underwood will do a medley of 60s music - while actor Don Cheadle will host a segment on TVs coverage of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Underwood was born nearly 20 years after JFK was gunned down on a Dallas street. The Emmys are Sunday night on CBS.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Insidious 2" has had the best opening of any horror film ever released in September. It made $41 million in its first weekend. The sequel made three times as much as the original did in 2010. "The Family" debuts in second with about $14 million. "Riddick" slips to third after one week on top. "The Butler" is fourth and has now made more than $100 million. "We're the Millers" is fifth.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The annual tribute to TV stars who've died in the past year will be more personal at the Emmys this time. Five stars have been picked to give personal memorials of celebrities they were close to. Jane Lynch will remember Cory Monteith. Edie Falco will do the honors for James Gandolfini. Rob Reiner will honor Jean Stapleton, Robin Williams will memorialize Jonathan Winters and Michael J. Fox will remember Gary David Goldberg, who produced "Family Ties."
HOUSTON (AP) - Paula Deen fought back tears as a crowd cheered when she made her first public appearance since the scandal that cost her much of her career. The Houston Chronicle says the crowd of 1,500 people gave Deen a standing ovataion when she appeared at a cooking show in Houston. She told them that their hearts were as big as their state.
NEW YORK (AP) - Oprah Winfrey is a little richer, but other billionaires have gotten a lot richer over the past year, so she's dropped in the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans. Oprah is now worth $2.9 billion, $200 million more than last year. She's in 184th place, down from 151 the year before. George Lucas is nearly $1 billion richer than last year. He's at number 109 with $4.2 billion. That's nearly $1 billion more than his friend Steven Spielberg, who's in 151st place. Bill Gates is the richest person in the country for the 20th straight year. He's worth $72 billion.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Dancing With the Stars" returns tonight for a 17th season. It'll be the only episode of the week. The dancing and voting will take place in one episode this season except tonight when no one will be sent home. They'll save time by eliminating the skybox. The contestants will get their scores and hang out on the same floor as they perform. Contestants include Valerie Harper, Snooki, Elizabeth Berkley, Jack Osbourne, Leah Remini, Christina Milian and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Girl You Wished You Hadn't Started a Conversation With at a Party will be the girl giving you the fake news on "Saturday Night Live." Cecily (SEH'-sih-lee) Strong will start as a co-anchor with Seth Meyers. Eventually, she'll go solo. Meyers will be taking over for Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night" in February, though Lorne Michaels hopes he'll be able to do both jobs, since "Late Night" doesn't tape on Fridays. Six new castmembers will be introduced when the 39th season starts September 28. One is Beck Bennett, the guy who gets kids to say the silliest things in those phone commercials. Tina Fey will kick off the new season, with Arcade Fire as her musical guest. Miley Cyrus will host and perform on October 5 and Bruce Willis will host October 12 with Katy Perry as his musical guest.
NEW YORK (AP) - A wrecking ball has hit Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's relationship. Representatives for both celebrities confirmed Monday that the couple have called off their engagement. The 23-year-old Hemsworth proposed to 20-year-old Cyrus last year. They met on the set of the 2010 movie "The Last Song." Cyrus, whose hits include "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball," will release a new album called "Bangerz" on Oct. 8. Australian-born Hemsworth was one of the stars of "The Hunger Games." He will appear in the sequel, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," that will be in theaters on Nov. 22. Their breakup was first reported by People magazine.