Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are leading this year's nominees for the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Timberlake's return to music with "The 20/20 Experience," driven by debut single "Suit and Tie," has earend him six nominations, wile the rap duo also picked up six nods for hit singles "Thrift Shop" and "Can't Stop Us." Here's the full list of nominations. (story)

Several stars have spoken out over Rolling Stone Magazine's decision to put Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of the magazine. Tsarnaev, 17, has been charged with 30 crimes for his involvement in the bombings, which killed 3 and injured over 200 more. Many have been angered by Rolling Stone, calling them out for elevating him to rock star status and virtually immortalizing him. (story)

"American Horror Story: Asylum" has raked in a whopping 17 Emmy nominations this year. Netflix's "House of Cards," starring Kevin Spacey, got nine nods, a big win for the online streaming service, cementing their place as an official contender in the original TV series department. (story)

"Glee" stars Lea Michele and Cory Monteith were reportedly planning to get married prior to Monteith's untimely death over the weekend. The couple were reportedly set to take their relationship to the next level, with several sources weighing in, including Michele's grandfather, who says they were "about to be married." (story)

"Mama" June Shannon says we can expect "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" to be around for a while and that her "Toddlers and Tiaras" star daughter Alana may be done with beauty pageants. "We haven't done a pageant for a while, because we're so busy with our show and school and life in general," Shannon tells In Touch Weekly. (story)

"Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker is condsidering giving up acting soon because she's tired of fame. "I'm not really that into it anymore," she told Australia's Herald Sun, "...but I'm almost done acting, I think." She also says that because of the internet people have become more "mean-spirited." (story)

Jenny McCarthy landed a job on "The View," and a lot of people aren't too happy about it. Many fear that her views on the link between vaccinations and autism (there isn't one) will influence more people to stop vaccinating their children, because people tend to listen to and trust celebrities for some reason. She'll replace Elisabeth Hasselbeck on the show, who bowed out last week; and numerous people says she's more dangerous than the babble from outgoing co-hosts Hasselbeck, a far right conservative, and Joy Behar, and extreme left-wing liberal. (story)

Heidi Klum is at it again. The sexy "Project Runway" star posted a new risque photo to her twitter page. This one's topless and shows off her flat stomach and bikini bottoms. She arranged some sand and shells to form a smiley face around her belly-button, too. (see it)

This year's most talked about movie never hit the big screen -- but it's getting a sequel anyway. SyFy's epic b-movie "Sharknado" was all the buzz last week on twitter, but it only had 1.4 million viewers. That was enough for the network to greenlight the sequel though, which will take place in New York City. We can't wait. (story)