Weekly Wrap-Up: This Week in Entertainment

Thursday, Nov. 27

Lance Bass of N’Sync hints at the possibility of the boy band’s reunion.


Rickroll, a.k.a Rick Astley, gives a surprise performance of his ’80s hit “Never Gonna Give You Up” atop a Macy’s Day Parade float.


Friday, Nov. 28

Rosie O’Donnell‘s NBC variety show airs once and is canceled.


Britney Spears performs “Womanizer” on France’s Star Academy and is well-accepted.


Saturday, Nov. 29

Brit appears fresh as ever on the cover of Glamour.


Sunday, Nov. 30

Four Christmases,” starring Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn tops the weekend box office at approximately $32 million dollars. Bolt and Twilight come in second and third, respectively.


The HillsHeidi and Spencer announce a possible formal wedding celebration for friends and family. The couple eloped on November 20.


Monday, Dec. 1

J.K. Rowling announces a new series of Harry Potter-related books, “The Tales of Beedle the Bard.”


Britney‘s hour-long documentary “For the Record” airs.


Tuesday, Dec. 2

The murderer of Jennifer Hudson‘s family is charged. William Balfour, ex-husband of Hudson’s sister, was found to have a gun matching that of the murders. -Tmz.com

Rihanna and Chris Brown are sued for $1 million over a May brawl with paparazzi.


Wednesday, Dec. 3

Elisha Cuthbert announced she will be a celebrity judge on the new season of Canada’s “Project Runway.” -Perezhilton.com

Heidi Montag‘s mom: “I give her marriage six months.”

-US Weekly