Tuesday Morning Entertainment Headlines

EMMA STONE'S FIRST HEARTBREAK FELT LIKE DYING

NEW YORK (AP) -- Emma Stone's first heartbreak was so painful, it made her feel like she was dying. Stone tells Cameron Crow in Interview magazine that "it's like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen." She says she was "crawling on the floor" and remembers throwing up, too. Stone's now dating Andrew Garfield, her co-star in "The Amazing Spider-man."

ROSIE O'DONNELL RAISING MONEY TO FIGHT TUMORS HER NEW WIFE IS SUFFERING FROM

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Rosie O'Donnell is raising money to fight the type of tumors her new wife is suffering from. O'Donnell is selling some of her original paintings on eBay to raise money for the Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation. Michelle Rounds had surgery to treat the tumors in June. They're very rare and can affect almost any area of the body. They can be fatal. O'Donnell and Rounds got married five days after Rounds had surgery.

SABRINA BRYAN GETS SECOND CHANCE AT DWTS

NEW YORK (AP) -- Sabrina Bryan is looking forward to her second chance at winning the mirror ball trophy. Fans picked her to be the 13th contestant in "Dancing With the Stars: All Stars." Bryan was sent home in the sixth week of season five. Her partner was Mark Ballas. Her partner this time will be Louis van Amstel, while Ballas is paired with Bristol Palin.

"THE NEW NORMAL" BANNED BY NBC AFFILIATE OWNED BY MORMONS

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- An NBC affiliate in Utah owned by the Mormons is refusing to air an upcoming sitcom about a gay couple that invites a surrogate mother into their home as they try to have a baby. The station tells the Desert News that "The New Normal" "feels inappropriate on several dimensions, especially during family viewing time." Both NBC and GLAAD defended the show. NBC says it makes "a statement about the changing definition of the nuclear family." GLAAD says shows like "Modern Family," "Glee" and "Grey's Anatomy" have made same-sex families "a beloved part of American television." The New Normal premieres in other cities on September 11.

"TRUE BLOOD" BONUS SCENE

NEW YORK (AP) -- Before you go into "True Blood" withdrawal, there's a new scene you can savor now that the season's over. HBO.com has an extended scene teasing the next season. It's attached to the season finale that just aired and is available online.

"BILL AND TED" SEQUEL

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Another Bill and Ted sequel is in the works. Keanu Reeves says Bill and Ted run into problems when they can't complete an assignment to write a song that will save the world. So they go into the future to see if their future selves had written the song. And they have to find out before the world comes to an end. So far, there's just a script, so don't hold your breath waiting for the movie to show up at your local multiplex.

TYLER PERRY STUDIO FIRE

ATLANTA (AP) -- Tyler Perry got lucky this time. The second fire at his studios in Atlanta in the past four months was contained to the roof. The roof was being repaired when the fire broke out. Last May, more than 100 firefighters battled a blaze that damaged a simulated streetscape. Officials have listed the cause of that fire as undetermined. The fire chief says the first was so intense, it burned any evidence that could've helped determine the cause.

"THE CAMPAIGN" - ZACH GALIFIANAKIS

NEW YORK (AP) -- Zach Galifianakis recycled an old character for "The Campaign." The congressional candidate he plays in "The Campaign" is a character he's been doing since high school. When he first started, the character was called "The Effeminate Racist." He tested him out on his dad and then ended up doing him in clubs.

"MELISSA AND JOEY" SUMMER FINALE - JOEY LAWRENCE

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Joe has to decide tonight if he wants to keep being a manny to Melissa's sister's kids. Joey Lawrence says his character has been there longer than he expected and he gets an opportunity to leave, if he wants. Joe offers to marry Elena so she can stay in the country. The question is, will Joe really go through with the wedding? Lawrence says that "remains to be seen." You can see what he does tonight in the summer finale of Melissa and Joey.

`WALKING DEAD' ACTOR-DUI

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (AP) -- Scott Wilson from "The Walking Dead" has been charged with driving drunk in Georgia. That's where the show is filmed. The 70-year-old Wilson plays Hershel Greene. He owns the farm where the survivors of the zombie apocalypse find shelter. The arresting officer says Wilson was swaying and asked to do yoga poses instead of a field sobriety test.

DIRECTOR TONY SCOTT CREMATED

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Tony Scott has been cremated. And his widow will keep his remains at their Los Angeles-area home. The information is included on Scott's death certificate. But there still hasn't been a formal determination of Scott's cause of death. Coroner's officials expect their investigation to take several weeks. But they are treating his case as a probable suicide.

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.


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