Lamar gives back

Kendrick Lamar paid homage to his Compton roots by taking kids from his former school, Centennial High School, to the Grammys on Monday night. The young guests took home free Reeboks.

"Seeing them out here, it just reminds me of, you know, where you come from," Lamar said in a vid posted Tuesday by Reebok, which announced it had donated the shoes. It also noted that Lamar wore Reeboks during his Grammy performance.

Nothing like charity to market your brand.

A princely coif

Prince William, 33, made headlines for voicing his support of Britain's continuing membership in the European Union during a speech Tuesday in London. Even Gossipers reported the news, if only to remark on Williams' disturbing lack of hair. His new haircut is so short it reveals the extent to which his hairline has receded.

Gossip petits fours

Anonymous Kardashian Source tells People Kanye West's compulsive tweeting has caused friction in his otherwise reality TV-perfect marriage to Kim Kardashian. This week, West said Mark Zuckerberg should acknowledge his genius by giving him $1 billion. . . . Fox News Channel head Roger Ailes on Tuesday said Ainsley Earhardt from the cabler's early-morning Fox & Friends First would replace Elisabeth Hasselbeck as a cohost on Fox & Friends. "She's a superb team player," Ailes said.