Too busy attending birthday parties to catch up on this weekend’s entertainment news? No worries. We’ve got the latest on the Tracy Morgan controversy, the rip-roaring Tony Awards and Lily Allen‘s wedding (and pregnancy reveal) and more, right here.
• The fallout continued over Morgan’s homophobic stand-up routine, with Chris Rock and 30 Rock star Cheyenne Jackson speaking out against the actor-comedian’s anti-gay jokes.
• Neil Patrick Harris and The Book of Mormon were among the big stars of the Tony Awards telecast.
• Lily Allen tied the knot with longtime love Sam Cooper Saturday in England, and announced that she is pregnant.
• Speaking of moms-to-be, Tia Mowry celebrated the impending birth of her son (due date, July 3) with a baby-shower bash in Hollywood.
• Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen‘s longtime sax man, suffered a stroke.
• Upon hearing news of Selena Gomez‘s hospitalization, Justin Bieber canceled an appearance at a Stanley Cup finals game in Vancouver Friday night.
• Real Housewives drama erupted at a party in the Hamptons.
• Conan O’Brien addressed the graduates at Dartmouth College.
• Anthony Weiner is heading into treatment and taking a leave of absence from the House, following the revelations of his embarrassing Twitpic scandal.
• LeAnn Rimes hit Twitter to shoot down rumors that she has a sex tape with ex-hubby Dean Sheremet.
• After claiming to have a five month affair with Kim Kardashian, Bret Lockett admitted that he’s never met her.
• Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrated the queen’s birthday in style at her “Trooping the Colour” ceremony at Buckingham Palace. On that note, get a load of Kate’s totally royal life.
• With celebs like Ellen DeGeneres buying and selling their homes on a whim, we couldn’t help but ask why stars move so often.
• We took a peek at why Colin Farrell‘s upcoming Fright Night flick might give Twilight some competition.
• Super 8 took the top spot at this weekend’s box office, nabbing $37 million. Meanwhile, X-Men: First Class followed with $25 million, along with The Hangover Part II, which grabbed the third spot at $18.5 million.
by BRANDI FOWLER