Sandra Bullock will not show up at a second European premiere of "The Blind Side," E! Online reports. Less than a week after she bailed on the London premiere, Bullock has pulled out of the Berlin opening. As a result, that premiere has been canceled, a rep for Warner Bros., the studio behind the film, confirmed to "Access Hollywood" Monday. The studio gave no reason for Bullock's withdrawal.
Cyrus a mentor on 'American Idol'
Miley Cyrus will be the celebrity mentor during "American Idol's" Billboard No. 1 hits-themed show tonight. On tomorrow's show, Cyrus returns to perform her hit song, "When I Look At You," and Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato will sing their duet, "Make A Wave."
O'Brien gets offer from Fox's 'Idol'
Conan O'Brien was approached by producers to appear on Fox's "Idol Gives Back" special on April 21, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Sources close to the situation said the offer to appear on the special has gone out to several celebrities and is not related to his potential talk show with Fox. But NBC has said the "Idol" special would not be allowed under O'Brien's settlement with the network, which placed a moratorium on him appearing on TV until May.
Cosgrove inks deal with Nickelodeon
She is only 16 and headlines a kids cable series, butMiranda Cosgrove, 16, star of Nickelodeon's "iCarly," has inked a new pact with the network that's said to be in the low- to mid-seven-figure range. Under it, she will continue on the show for the 26 additional episodes the network picked up late last year.