KYLIE JENNER: Already Dropped $70K on Baby Clothes
Kylie Jenner is sparing no expense when it comes to her unborn baby.
The 20-year-old mom-to-be has reportedly spent $70,000 on high-end baby clothes. TMZsays Kylie has been surfing the web in search of designer duds and baby accessories, as well as hitting up stores in the San Fernando Valley. She already has a huge closet filled with the stuff.
A source says, "This is gonna be the best dressed kid you've ever seen."
HUGH HEFNER: Laid to Rest Next to Marilyn
Hugh Hefner was laid to rest Saturday at L.A.'s Westwood Village Memorial Park.
TMZ says Hef's four children, his wife Crystal Harris and some key Playboy staffers attended the small funeral
Hef, who died at the age of 91 on Wednesday, was buried next to Marilyn Monroe. He bought the plot for $75K in 1992.
The cemetery has plenty of other famous names -- including Farrah Fawcett, Dean Martin, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Rodney Dangerfield.
MONTY HALL: Game Show Legend Dies at 96
Monty Hall, best known as the co-creator and host of Let's Make a Deal, died Saturday at age 96.
His daughter Joanna Gleason tells TMZ her father died from heart failure at his Beverly Hills home.
Hall co-created Let's Make a Deal in 1963 and hosted until 1986. He returned in 1991. Hall also made memorable appearances on The Odd Couple and served as a panelist on such game shows as The Hollywood Squares and Password.
In a tweet, Al Roker remembered Hall, calling him "one of the most amazing game show hosts of all time."
1. It - $17.3 million
2. American Made - $17 million
3. Kingsman: The Golden Circle - $17 million
4. The LEGO Ninjago Movie - $12 million
5. Flatliners - $6.7 million
It has returned to the top of the box office, though the Top 3 movies are in a virtual tie and things could change on Monday when final numbers come in.
It earned an estimated $17.3 million in its fourth weekend, raising its total to $291.2 million.
Right behind is American Made, starring Tom Cruise, with $17 million in its debut.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle, which was number-one last week, dropped to third also with $17 million.
The LEGO Ninjago Movie went from third to fourth with $12 million.
Flatliners opened in fifth with $6.7 million. The sequel has a zero rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
And after expanding into wider release, Battle of the Sexes, starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell as Billy Jean King and Bobby Riggs, came in sixth with $3.4 million.
AMERICAN IDOL: Lionel Signs On
American Idol producers have their man. TMZ reports that Lionel Richie has finally agreed to be a judge.
Lionel will join Katy Perry and Luke Bryan when auditions start in just a few days. But the show's talent budget is well back in the rear-view mirror. Katy is getting $25 million, Luke is reportedly getting $13 million, show host Ryan Seacrest is getting $15 million, and Lionel is said to be getting $10 million.
American Idol will premiere on ABC next year, likely in March.