ROLL CALL: Katy Perry To Play Marilyn Monroe On Broadway?

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

Move Over Michelle!: Is “My Week With Marilyn” heading to the stage as a musical? According to E! Online, Harvey Weinstein is looking to turn the movie, starring Michelle Williams as the Hollywood icon, into a musical – and he already has a pop star in mind for the lead role! “If the movie works, I would try to make it a musical and I would go to Katy [Perry] first,” he told E!. “I think she can play Marilyn on the Broadway stage…I think she would be amazing.” Can Katy do justice to Marilyn? Sound off below!

B’s Many Breaks!: Beyonce is not letting her pregnancy stand in the way of having a good time and also supporting husband Jay-Z. According to Us Weekly, the mother-to-be – who is due in February – has attended almost every one of Jay’s concerts on his “Watch the Throne” tour with Kanye West. Beyonce also reportedly opted to party in the front row of the venue during the recent Fort Lauderdale show, where she was seen dancing nonstop – well, almost nonstop. “She took about 14 bathroom breaks,” an eyewitness told the mag. Can’t an expecting woman take a dance break in peace!?

Brit Engagement Rumors Continue!: Speaking of pop star couples, the rumors about an engagement between Britney Spears and boyfriend Jason Trawick are not going away. Radar Online reported that Jason has met with a slew of celebrity jewelers in order to find the perfect engagement bling for Brit. “He has been everywhere from Tiffany to Harry Winston looking for a ring and he is close to making his final decision,” a source claimed. “Don’t expect anything too massive or obnoxious. This ring will be classy and under 4-carats.”

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!: Roll Call & AccessHollywood.com would like to wish everyone a happy holiday weekend, and we’ll leave you with a look at The Holmes-Cruises, who were getting into the holiday spirit with spin on the ice! It’s nice to see a Hollywood family having genuine fun!

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