Nene Leakes is making her way back to GLEE.
Roz Washington was first introduced in Season 3 as the coach of McKinley’s synchronized swimming team. Washington was also featured in Season 5, when she helped the cheerleading squad win first place at Nationals.
Leakes will appear in at least one Season 6 episode, which is set to filmin early October.
GLEE’s final season will premiere in 2015 on FOX.
Honey Boo Boo‘s parents, Mama June and Sugar Bear have separated.
“Sugar Bear and I have decided to take some time apart to figure out some things in our relationship,” Mama June tells PEOPLE in a statement.
“We are taking things day by day, but regardless of what happens, the girls will always be our number one priority. We want to thank y’all for your support.”
The couple had a recommitment ceremony just last year. But Mama June decided to end their relationship after discovering Mike “Sugar Bear had dating profiles online.
No word on how this will impact the show going forward.
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Krispy Kreme’s is paying tribute to the Ghostbusters in a decadent way.
The doughnut chain is offering two limited-time only marshmallow-cream-filled pastries to commemorate the movie’s 30th anniversary. One doughnut features the Ghostbusters ‘ famed logo topped with white icing, and green “slime” behind it, while the second doughnut features the Stay Puft’s face made with white icing.
The Ghostbusters themed treats will be available Sept. 29 through Oct. 31 at participating chains, which also coincides with the release of the 1984 film’s Blu-ray anniversary edition.
Nick Lachey is hashing out some new tunes.
The singer-turned-host has announced that he will be releasing his fourth solo album, Soundtrack of My Life.
The album will feature 10 songs from popular movie soundtracks. Fans can get a copy of the album when it drops November 11.
“I knew I wanted to do a cover album but wanted to go for a different concept,” Lachey tells PEOPLE exclusively. “Soundtracks just felt like a cool angle on doing a cover record. The marriage of music and film is one that has been talked about so much over the years, and the way music affects you when you’re watching a film is so impactful.”
Lachey calls this album a “passion project,” as it features songs that have been memorable for him through the years.
” ‘Falling Slowly,’ from the movie Once, is a very special song for Vanessa and me. It sort of became our theme song to the point where we had it performed at our wedding shower,” he says about one of his favorites on the album.
“And ‘What a Wonderful World’ is an all-time classic for me and in one of my favorite movies as a kid that I remember watching with my dad, Good Morning Vietnam with Robin Williams. They all have a story behind them and have a special meaning for me.”
Nicole Scherzinger is busy readying her new album, Big Fat Lie.
The former Pussycat Doll singer unveiled the official artwork for the album, which includes a black and white photo of the singer playing with her hair.
Scherzinger explained, “The album title was inspired by the song ‘Big Fat Lie’ which has a lot of meaning to me. We all go through our own battles and hard times and a big fat lie is about how we mask what’s really going on. This album is about me revealing some of my personal struggles and facing them head on.”
“Once you realize something is a lie you are on your way to the truth, where you will find your own clarity, peace and acceptance,” she added.
Lindsay Lohan is pretty in pink for the new issue of Wonderland magazine.
In the September/October 2014 issue of the magazine, the actress talks about her new project in London’s West End Theatre District, a play called “Speed-The Plow” by David Mamet.
Lohan, who also been judged harshly by the public, empathizes with the character. She said, “This is a young girl who sets out for Hollywood and stumbles into something new. I can relate. I’ve been there, just in different ways.”
Lohan doesn’t have the best track record, but she is focused on “staying healthy, spiritual, happy and focused.”
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Jessica Alba is one savvy entrepreneur.
The actress fronts the fall issue of Glam Belleza Latina.
In this issue of Glam Belleza Latina, Alba dishes on her brand, the Honest Company. She also discusses the Latin culture and growing up within it.
On her business vs. her movie career:
“Having a company that’s making the world a better place is a life calling. Performing has also been a life calling, but they’re so different. It takes a completely different side of my brain to do one versus the other. But I’m truly very proud of The Honest Company.”
On how she preps for the red-carpet:
“[W]e start with what I’m wearing, and we go from there. I don’t like my skin to look overly done. But I still love to play with makeup. I love a smoky eye or a cool colored eyeliner. I just don’t do all of it at once!”
On the beauty lessons she learned from women around:
“My grandma, whom I grew up with and who helped raise me with my mom, loved aloe vera. If anything was wrong, she’d break her aloe vera plant and rub it all over.”
On the importance of race to her identity:
“It’s always been the same. I’ve always felt closer to being a Latina than anything else, because I grew up with my dad’s family, who are Mexican American. I never really identified any other way. But I think that today it’s less and less about having to identify with one race and holding on to that completely. I mean, my kids are African American and Caucasian on their dad’s side, and Latino and Caucasian on my side.”
On the Latinas she admired growing up:
“I grew up in Southern California, where Latin culture is just everywhere. I mean, I still love mariachi music! I looked up to Jennifer Lopez. She is someone who broke through barriers, a powerhouse. You know: I could be a dancer, singer, actress, entrepreneur—I can do all of it. And Daisy Fuentes too. What she did with her platform was incredible. It took the rest of the country a second to catch up to Latinas in the United States being mainstream.”