Amanda Bynes has a "great time" alone at an indoor trampoline park, Kim Kardashian's short maternity dress flies up Marilyn Monroe-style, and Two and a Half Men replaces Angus T. Jones: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Thursday, May 30, in the roundup!
Amanda Bynes is apparently hopped up on . . . trampolines. On Wednesday, the 27-year-old former child star apparently ditched NYC, where she's been making one bizarre headline after another, to head upstate. Her ultimate destination? A Sky Zone indoor trampoline park in Buffalo, New York. "Amanda had a great time here," Rhonda See, Sky Zone Buffalo owner tells Us Weekly, adding that Bynes used her middle name, Laura, to sign up.
Peek-a-boo! Kim Kardashian nearly suffered a major wardrobe malfunction during an outing in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, May 29, but, fortunately, it turned into a cute Marilyn Monroe moment instead. The pregnant reality star, 32, was on her way to La Scala restaurant when her black and white striped maternity dress blew up in the wind. Luckily, the dress didn't fly up high enough to flash her bare baby bump to photographers, and Kardashian managed to laugh off the incident.
Tears for a good cause! After a moving introduction by husband Blake Shelton on Wednesday, May 29, Miranda Lambert fought back tears while singing on stage at the Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert for the victims of May 20 tornado that devastated Moore, Okla. "Our next performer made it very clear to me that she wouldn't miss being here for the world," said Shelton, 36, an Oklahoma-born resident who organized the benefit concert. "And I can say -- without contradiction -- that she is an amazing woman, a compassionate human being, a great talent. Oh, and by the way, an amazing wife.
Two and a Half Men is about to become Two Men and a Little Lady. The hit CBS sitcom is apparently looking to introduce a new female series regular this fall to replace former child star Angus T. Jones, who is leaving the show after 10 seasons. According to Deadline, which first reported the news, the role is for a girl in her late teens or early 20s who comes to town looking for her father. She shows up at the home of Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) claiming to be the daughter of the house's previous owner, Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen).
What's the new evidence about mermaids? People can't get enough of them -- even if it's a hoax! Animal Planet premiered their special Mermaids: The New Evidence on Sunday, May 26, and the staged documentary set a ratings record for the network. Animal Planet managed to hook 3.6 million viewers with the special that speculates about the real-life existence of mermaids using actors, according to ABC News. The special is a sequel to 2012's "documentary," Mermaids: The Body Found.