The reports that “American Idol” judges Randy Jackson, Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban will all be gone next season.

Rob Kardashian has been charged with battery and petty theft after he allegedly attacked a photographer and stole his camera in March.

“Jurassic 4” was going to hit theaters next year on June 14. Now it’s being delayed.

Neil Patrick Harris is going to host the Tony Awards again.

The Florida Marlins are having such a hard time filling seats that they’re going to close the upper deck for some of their home games.

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has called “Gangnam Style” singer Psy the “herpes of music.”

There’s a report that Amazon is busy working on the 3D Smartphone.

In Texas, 105-year-old Pearl Cantrell says the secret to her long life is… bacon! And it’s got to be crispy!

Now a new study claims that fish oil doesn’t do anything to prevent heart attacks.

A Dutch company says that 80,000 have applied so far to be considered for a one-way trip to Mars they’re trying to put together.

Microsoft is said to be interested in buying Nook from Barnes and Noble for $1 billion.

Peter Robbins, the original voice of Charlie Brown in the “Peanuts” television specials, was sentenced Wednesday to a year in jail for threatening his former girlfriend and stalking her plastic surgeon.

In Las Vegas, a September trial for entertainer Flavor Flav on felony charges he chased and threatened his longtime girlfriend’s 17-year-old son with a butcher knife.

For the next two years, the first two games of “The Final Four” will appear on TBS. However, the championship game will remain on CBS.

Monday night’s episode of “Dancing with the Stars” had the worst ratings the show has ever had.

Here’s a rumor for you — Selena Gomez becoming an American Idol judge?

NBC chief Jeff Greenblatt is threatening to fire anyone on his staff who leaks information about the upcoming NBC fall lineup. [Wait a second. There’s still an NBC?]

THANK A MILITARY SPOUSE _ Today (Friday) is Military Spouses Day. Always the Friday before Mother’s Day.

BUY A REAL AIR FORCE ONE PLANE _ A place that once flew as Air Force One is now for sale. She flew in the service of the United Stated government for 30 years, transporting Presidents, Vice-Presidents, First Ladies and thousands of other dignitaries. To bid you have to pay a bid deposit of $50,000.

SNAPCHATS DON’T DISAPPEAR _ A forensics examiner from Utah has made a discovery that may make some Snapchat users think twice before sending a photo. Richard Hickman of Decipher Forensics found that it’s possible to pull Snapchat photos from Android phones simply by downloading data from the phone using forensics software. He’s now testing iPhones for leftover photos.

RANDY JACKSON LEAVING AMERICAN IDOL _ Randy Jackson, the last original judge on American Idol, is leaving the show at the end of this season. Randy said in a statement: “Yo! Yo! Yo! To put all of the speculation to rest, after 12 years of judging on American Idol I have decided it is time to leave after this season.”

AND THE MOST POPULAR BABY NAMES ARE _ The list of 2012″s most popular baby names is out. The Social Security Administration tracks baby name popularity in the U.S., and its annual list of most popular names is eagerly awaited by expectant parents looking for inspiration as well as by the parents of older children anxious to see whether their name choices are hot or not. Tops in 2012 were Jacob and Sophia.

A river guide in Zambia is alive after being swallowed by a hippopotamus. [He says it was bad, but not any more painful than having to pick out a Mother’s Day card.]

I’m not sure if your mom will go for this . . . but HOOTERS is offering a free entrée on Sunday to any mothers who come in with at least one of their kids. 

Earlier this week, in South Carolina, a 32-year-old who lives with his mother was INFURIATED by the TV shows she was watching.  So he lugged their large, old school TV to the back yard . . . and set it on fire.  He was arrested for one count of vandalism. 

A three-year-old took $500 in cash out of her mom’s pocket at a liquor store . . . and based on the surveillance video, a random guy who watched her do it then stole it from the little kid.

IN THEATERS THIS WEEKEND _ Peeples (PG-13) and The Great Gatsby (PG-13)