From Foxx on the mend to Martha on the cover, here are your top entertainment headlines.

Jamie Foxx on Fox

The iconic Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corrine have reportedly been tapped to take on a new family-oriented music game show titled We Are Family, according to Variety.


The series was ordered by Fox, where Foxx already hosts Beat Shazam alongside his daughter, the show's DJ. Nick Cannon is currently filling in as host as Foxx recovers from an undisclosed medical complication. He was apparently hospitalized on April 12 and stayed there for weeks. 

Days ago, Corrine took to Instagram to denounce speculation about her father's condition that have been floating around the internet. She also said he'd since been discharged and was actively playing pickleball as he recovers at home.

The update came just days after a Jamie's Instagram account posted a shoutout to Nick Cannon for filling in on Beat Shazam

We Are Family is slated to launch in 2024.

Clarkson Show Drama

The Kelly Clarkson Show just moved to a different zip code as it looks to jumpstart a new era but could a report about a toxic workplace environment be at the root of the cross country jump?

A report from Rolling Stone details accounts from unnamed industry veteran employees who said that they were overworked, underpaid, and traumatized by their experiences working on the show. The workers also noted that Clarkson is likely clueless about the true feelings of her staffers. 

The host has responded to the allegations and said, "To find out that anyone is feeling unheard and or disrespected on this show is unacceptable


Season five is set to launch from NBC's 30 Rock this fall.

Martha Stewart Is HER

Martha Stewart still has it, and she's letting the world know as she graces the cover of Sports Illustrated's 2023 Swimsuit issue.

The 81-year-old was tapped for cover girl duties alongside Brooks Nadar, Megan Fox, and Kim Petras.


"To be on the cover [at] my age was a challenge. And I think I met the challenge," Stewart told the Today Show.

She credited her good looks to a clean diet, regular exercise, living life to the fullest, and not thinking about aging. 

Stewart became the oldest person to be featured on the cover of the magazine that debuted in 1964.

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