Bristol Palin’s recent run-in with a heckler isn’t going over too well with her reality TV co-star. is citing sources who say actor Kyle Massey thinks the entire incident was set-up by the producers of their upcoming BIO Channel reality series. Insiders say Kyle doesn’t believe Bristol was a part of the plan, noting that he feels she’s an honest person who wouldn’t have agreed to take part. Despite Bristol’s honesty, Kyle is said to be unhappy with the direction of their show. He reportedly thinks the project is becoming “sleazy,” and was under the assumption that he was going to be doing a scripted program. READ MORE

A new broadcast network is about to take over your TV  they hope. Bounce TV is the name of the new 24-hour network co-founded by the son of late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s set to debut at noon today in several markets around the country with an airing of the 1978 movie musical “The Wiz,” starring Michael Jackson and Diana Ross. Geared toward African-American audiences, Bounce aims to attract viewers with a mixed lineup of programs, old and new, inspirational stories, sports, documentaries and faith-based programs. Sidney Poitier’s “A Raisin In The Sun” and Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing” are also among the films scheduled to air during Bounce TV’s debut week. The network aims to capture a more mature demographic than the age group that tends to gravitate toward Black Entertainment Television which is now in its 31st year.

Upon announcing the debut date for Bounce TV earlier this year, Martin Luther King the Third called the date an “important milestone,” noting Bounce’s status as the first-ever independently owned and operated TV network featuring African-Americans. Bounce will be made available to viewers who don’t have cable. READ MORE

Willow Smith Wrapping Up Debut Album + Will Just Turned 43

The debut album from burgeoning young pop star Willow Smith is in its final stages. Producer Ronald “Jukebox” Jackson tells MTV News that they’re in the “process” of putting the finishing touches on the record. Jukebox, who produced Willow’s hit “Whip My Hair,” says fans can expected a “myriad of sounds” on the album, noting that Willow’s been influenced by “everything from rock to pop to hip-hop.” READ MORE

Keyshia Cole and hubby Daniel “Boobie” Gibson wed in Hawaii this past weekend with family and friends. Earlier in the year the couple had a private ceremony in Las Vegas, Arizona and decided to have another one on the beautiful island. Whats better than having one wedding?..Having two. READ MORE

Chris Brown has been doing his thing on his F.A.M.E. Tour. However, last night during a performance in Indianapolis, things got interesting. While performing his hit Beautiful People, Chris had a slip up that landed him on his rear end! OUCH! Of course, a loyal member of Team Breezy caught the mishap on camera and shared it with the world shortly after. READ MORE

Halle Berry Spotted Limping In Spain For Lunch

No, you can’t keep a good woman down. Despite a recent leg injury, Halle Berry was spotted in the streets of Mallorca, Spain limping to a midday lunch with friends, the Gossip Center reported. Last week, we told you about Miss Berry breaking her foot on the set of her latest movie, Cloud Atlas, in Spain. READ MORE

Rihanna on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Rihanna brought joy to a family in need on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The international superstar took time out of her busy schedule to give back and surprise a couple of caring women who work hard to protect the rights of women veterans. She was also joined by our First Lady in a surprise that these women will never forget. READ MORE

This past weekend NBA stars Dwayne Wade and his friend and fellow teammate of the Miami Heat LeBron “King” James, joined many other celebs with their mini me’s to celebrate at the Nickelodeon World Wide Day of Play 2011 held in Washington, D.C. They were also joined by the casts of Nickelodeon’s iCarly, Big Time Rush and Victorious and thousands of kids and families as the children’s network hosts the biggest celebration of play in the history of the initiative. READ MORE