Lara Logan of 60 Minutes is back in a Washington hospital, the network said Tuesday, for complications from her sexual assault while covering Egypt's political uprising in 2011.
Jenny DeHuff of the Daily News reports that Jay-Z and Beyoncé have not, contrary to rumoroids, bought a pricey pad at 500 Walnut, no matter what overheated real-estate reports say.
The Library of Congress just announced its annual National Recording Registry inclusions. Twenty-five recordings get in, to be preserved for all posterity. Here are some: wax cylinder collections; recordings from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago; "Black Snake Moan" and "Match Box Blues," by Blind Lemon Jefferson (1928); "Sorry, Wrong Number," a 1943 episode of the great Suspense radio series; "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive," by Johnny Mercer (1944); the Kiss Me, Kate original cast album (1959); "My Funny Valentine," by the Gerry Mulligan Quartet featuring Chet Baker; "Sixteen Tons," by Tennessee Ernie Ford (1955); the fabulous "Mary Don't You Weep," by the Swan Silvertones (1959); the album Joan Baez by Joan Baez (1960); the iconic "Stand By Me," by Ben E. King (1961); "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," by the Righteous Brothers (1964), the most-played song of the 20th century, BTW; The Doors, by the Doors (1967); Stand!, by Sly and the Family Stone (1969); A Wild and Crazy Guy, by Steve Martin (1978); Sesame Street: All-Time Platinum Favorites (1995); OK Computer, by Radiohead (1997); and The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill, by Lauryn Hill (1998).
Iggy Azalea's breasts and bottom are now officially in a race! The Aussie rappeuse tells Vogue she self-gifted with a pectoral augmentation operation last Christmas. . . . Rumor: Kendrick Lamar, whose new album To Pimp a Butterfly is burning up the streamways, may be affianced to high school girlfriend Whitney Alford. . . . Mark Salling, once of Glee, has agreed to a $2.7 million settlement, ouch, with one Roxanne Gorzela, over sexual battery charges from a 2011 fight. . . . Former Penn Homecoming Queen Candice Bergen has written a memoir (A Fine Romance) and likes to say inappropriate things. Having gained 30 pounds, she writes: "Let me just come right out and say it: I am fat." Roger.