2 cops arrested in Rivera Web leak
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Two Mexican police officers have been arrested for allegedly leaking images of singer Jenni Rivera's remains on the Internet, TMZ reported.
Rivera, 43, was killed Sunday in a plane crash in Nuevo Leon state, along with six other people. A recording artist who sold 20 million albums worldwide, Rivera was also the mother of five children and a popular TV personality.
TMZ said her family is disgusted crash-scene video showing what little was left of her body, including her severed foot, are now on the Internet. They are working to have the disturbing images removed.
The celebrity news website did not identify the police officers who were arrested, nor did it say what websites posted the video.
L.A. Reid leaving 'The X Factor'
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- L.A. Reid told "Access Hollywood" he will not return as a judge for a third season of "The X Factor."
"I have decided that I will not return to 'The X Factor' next year," he told "Access Hollywood."
"I have to go back and I have a company to run that I've kind of neglected and it saddens me a little bit, but only a little bit," Reid said. "It was a nice break, it was a nice departure from what I've done for the past 20 years, but now I gotta go back to work. ... I have a huge responsibility to a roster of artists and it's kind of time for me to stop doing the 'me' show."
Rocker Mick Jagger reads 'Late Show' Top 10 list
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- British rock icon Mick Jagger, who is celebrating 50 years with his band the Rolling Stones, read a Top 10 list on "Late Show" in New York this week.
Jagger shared "Things I, Mick Jagger, Have Learned After 50 Years in Rock 'n' Roll" on Tuesday's edition of the program.
It read as follows --
10. Nobody wants to hear anything from your new album.
9. Never take relationship advice from Phil Spector.
8. Before shouting, "Hi, Seattle," make sure you're in Seattle.
7. You don't earn a cent when someone does a song about having "moves like Jagger."
6. Everybody you meet after you become famous is only interested in you as a person.
5. Song royalties are great, but even they can't match the guaranteed cash flow from a reverse mortgage.
4. A good way to keep yourself entertained is to sign every 10th autograph "Doris Goldblatt."
3. Be considerate of other hotel guests -- trash your room by 10 p.m.
2. You can't always get what you want -- like a good joke on the Top 10 list.
1. You start out playing rock 'n' roll so you can have sex and do drugs, but you end up doing drugs so you can still play rock 'n' roll and have sex.
AMC orders Season 3 of railroad drama 'Hell on Wheels'
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- AMC says it has renewed its 19th century-set, American railroad-themed drama series "Hell on Wheels" for a third season.
John Wirth, who has worked on "V," "Fallen Skies" and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," is to serve as executive producer and show-runner for Season 3, which will consist of 10, one-hour episodes. It is scheduled to premiere in late 2013.
The show's second season wrapped in October.
"As we gear up for Season 3 of 'Hell on Wheels' we are pleased to have such an accomplished show-runner as John Wirth join our team," Susie Fitzgerald, AMC's senior vice president of scripted development and current programming, said in a statement Wednesday. "With the help of our partners at Entertainment One, Endemol and Nomadic, we look forward to a new season of the poetic and pulpy adventures of Cullen Bohannan and the other characters as they build the railroad across the United States."
The show stars Anson Mount, Colm Meaney and Common.