Hollywood legend MICKEY ROONEY died yesterday.  He was 93 years old.  Rooney famously did several movies with JUDY GARLAND, including musicals like 1939's "Babes in Arms".  He also played the very politically incorrect Asian neighbor in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" in 1961.  And he was the voice of Santa Claus in the claymation holiday classics "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" and "The Year Without a Santa Claus."

Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong wed Colorado lawyer John Bluherin Bel Air, CA Friday. The couple, who announced their engagement this past August, tied the knot at the Bel Air Bay Club, in front of guests including RHOBH stars Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump andFaye Resnick. This is the 47-year-old bride’s second marriage. She was previously married to Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in 2011 amidst allegations he physically abused his wife.

The rumors are true – Snooki is pregnant again. The Jersey Shore star tells Us Weekly that she and fiancé Jionni LaValle are expecting their second child this fall. "Jionni and I were trying to have our second baby since November, so every month we kept taking tests," said the 26-year-old. "I'm due in the fall around my wedding time. Busy year!" Snooki and Jionni, who are already parents to 19-month-oldLorenzo, are moving forward with their fall wedding despite the pregnancy. "I can clarify that our wedding is still on, and we are madly in love with each other," she said. "We've waited long enough and cannot wait."

Johnny Depp happily talked about his engagement to Amber Heard on the Today show last week, but denied speculation he is going to be a father again. When Savannah Guthrie asked him about rumors he and Amber were expecting, Depp replied, “Expecting what? A child? Good God, what do you think I am, a savage? No, no, no. It’s not a shotgun affair.” Johnny is already dad to daughter Lily-Rose, 15, and son Jack, 12, with ex-girlfriend Vanessa Paradis.


President Barack Obama was one of the many people upset over the news that David Letterman will be retiring when his contract expires in 2015. "There are more than 10 reasons #DavidLetterman will be missed," the president tweeted from his official account. Obama has appeared on the Late Show seven times, and twice as president.   Letterman’s old rival Jay Leno also commented on the retirement news, telling Extra, “Oh well you know, he and I [are] gonna do The Sunshine Boys on Broadway, so we're very excited about that.” Meanwhile, the Mayor of Los Angeles reacted to the news by writing a letter to CBS CEO Les Moonves trying to convince him to move the Late Show to Los Angeles once Letterman leaves. Finally, according to the Hollywood Reporter, CBS actually tried to woo The Daily Show’s John Oliver to the network last summer.   They reportedly wanted him to take over the 12:30 am timeslot in the event Craig Ferguson decided not to renew his contract. In the end, Oliver chose to go to HBO, where his new show, Last Week Tonight, premieres April 27th.