Adele’s representative confirmed Friday that the 24-year-old is expecting a child with boyfriend Simon Konecki. The message was posted on her official website.
It’s unclear how far along the British singer is.
Adele won six Grammys this year for her best-selling “21” album.
NBC appointed Savannah Guthrie as Matt Lauer’s co-anchor on the “Today” show Friday, a day after Ann Curry made a tearful exit from the job.
Guthrie did the job on Friday, although nothing was said on the air about her getting the job permanently.
Guthrie, 40, is NBC’s chief legal analyst, a role that she will continue.
Charlie Sheen can claim a winning reception back on weekly TV.
FX network says Thursday’s debut of his sitcom, “Anger Management,” was the most-watched series premiere in that network’s history, drawing 5.5 million viewers. FX said Friday that the audience for the evening’s second episode grew to more than 5.7 million viewers.
The Flaming Lips set a new Guinness World Record for most live shows in a 24-hour period, finishing off their feat of eight performances Thursday night in New Orleans.
Their journey started a day earlier in Memphis, Tenn., and they were joined on their trip south through the Mississippi Delta by several other acts and celebrities in celebration of MTV’s O Music Awards. Jay-Z held the record previously at seven shows in 24 hours.
While the Lips were rocking, Selena Gomez, Big Freedia, Karmin, Adam Lambert, iamwhoiam and 30 Seconds to Mars picked up O Music Awards wins.
TNT’s reboot of the classic series “Dallas” will get a second season, the network said in a news release Friday. The series will return in 2013 with 15 episodes. The current season is airing Wednesday nights at 9. Members of the original cast such as Patrick Duffy and Larry Hagman star in the series with new cast members including Jesse Metcalfe and Josh Henderson.
The network also ordered a 15-episode fourth season of the police drama “Rizzoli & Isles,” which is airing its third season at 9 p.m. Tuesdays. Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star in the series, which will return next year.