Thursday Morning Entertainment Headlines

KIM KARDASHIAN HOPES HER RELATIONSHIP WITH KANYE IS "PERMANENT"

NEW YORK (AP) -- Kim Kardashian is sounding serious about her relationship with Kanye West. Barbara Walters asked on "The View" if their relationship was "permanent" and Kardashian replied "I hope, I believe so." Walters also asked Kardashian if she and West were a "perfect match." Kardashian answered, "I think so." She did point out that technically, she's still married.

KIM KARDASHIAN LEARNS THAT BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO

NEW YORK (AP) -- Kim Kardashian has learned that breaking up is hard to do. Kardashian told "The View" that Kris Humphries is probably the first guy she ever broke up with. She says she usually waits and lets the guy break up with her. Kardashian says she has a hard time ending relationships.

MTV VMAS

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Snooki and the rest of the cast of "Jersey Shore" will be on the red carpet tonight at the MTV VMAs. They'll talk about the show's upcoming final season. They'll also reminisce about highlights from the last five seasons. No word on whether Snooki will bring along her baby. The first photos of Lorenzo are in People magazine. At the VMAs, Miley Cyrus, Andy Samberg and Rashida Jones will present awards. Rihanna and Nicki Minaj will perform.

PAM ANDERSON GETTING IN BETTER SHAPE FOR THIS ROUND OF "DWTS"

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Pam Anderson is heading into "Dancing With the Stars: All Stars" with her eyes wide open this time. Anderson didn't prepare much before she competed the first time. Now, she says she knows how much she'll hurt if she doesn't work out in advance. She's hitting the treadmill and going to Pilates classes. She says she'll have a "stronger constitution" this time. The All Star version of Dancing With the Stars premieres September 24.

BRISTOL PALIN HASN'T DANCED A LICK SINCE SHE WAS LAST ON "DWTS"

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Bristol Palin hasn't danced a lick since she last competed on "Dancing With the Stars." Palin says she hasn't "broken out the jive or anything like that." She says she's counting on having "a millimeter of some muscle memorization." Palin says the only exercise she's gotten is "twirling" her son Tripp around. The All Star version of Dancing With the Stars premieres September 24.

FOO FIGHTERS, MARY J. BLIGE, JESSICA ALBA AMONG THE STARS INVOLVED WITH DNC

CHARLOTTE (AP) -- The Foo Fighters and Mary J. Blige are among the stars who'll perform at the Democratic National Convention tonight. Marc Anthony will sing the national anthem. Ashley Judd is attending the convention as a delegate from Tennessee. Kal Penn will host the live streaming coverage of the convention tonight for BarackObama.com. His guests are expected to include Elizabeth Banks and Olivia Wilde. Jessica Alba will host a closing party. Rosario Dawson and America Ferrera are also at the convention.

AMANDA BYNES CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RUN

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Amanda Bynes has been charged with hit-and-run in connection with two traffic crashes. She was charged with leaving the scene of two accidents, one in April, the other in August, without giving the other drivers her information. The first accident happened just days after Bynes was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after she grazed a sheriff's patrol car. She's pleaded not guilty in that case.

FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA-LETTERMAN'S TOP 10

NEW YORK (AP) -- It's getting to look like the "Late Show" with David Letterman and first lady Michelle Obama. Mrs. Obama did last night's Top 10 list. Her bit was the "Top 10 Reasons to Watch the Democratic National Convention." Number six: "As a healthy alternative, we're using low-fat confetti." And the number one reason to Watch the Democratic National Convention? Mrs. Obama says she'll finally reveal who she will be voting for in November. Mrs. Obama did Letterman's show last week. She's now been on four times this year.

"BEVERLY HILLS COP" TV SHOW

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "Beverly Hills Cop" is being made into a TV show and Eddie Murphy will be back as Axel Foley, at least for the pilot. He could get a recurring role if the series if picked up. The show will focus on Foley's son Aaron, who's a cop working in Beverly Hills.

NIELSENS

NEW YORK (AP) -- "America's Got Talent" was the most popular show on TV for the past week. The performance episode ranks number one in the latest Nielsens, while the results show ranks third. "NCIS" is second. The Michigan-Alabama college football game is number four, followed by "NCIS: Los Angeles." The rest of the top ten looks like this: "60 Minutes," "Hell's Kitchen," "2 Broke Girls," "Master Chef" and "The Big Bang Theory."

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.


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