Daily Chisme: Madonna's SUPER Bowl Performance, 'Glee' Spoilers and More!

Happy Monday! It’s time to start the week off on the right foot with a little celebrity news. Get comfy and read on:

-From the point she came out donning a gold headdress and belting out “Vogue” to the moment she disappeared into oblivion at the close of “Like a Prayer” 53-year-old Madonna did not disappoint at the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show. Her incredible, glam performance welcomed guest artists LMFAO, Nicki Minaj, M.I.A and Cee-Lo Green to join in mesmerizing the Indianapolis audience. If you missed the performance, or are like us and want to keep viewing it again and again, check out the video below! (Huffington Post)

-Argentinean actress Bérénice Bejo is just one of the many nominees who will be in attendance at today’s Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The Best Supporting Actress Nominee will be in the presence other greats like Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Glenn Close. Just the sound of this star studded luncheon makes our mouths water – for more celebrity news! (Hollywood Reporter)   

-Fans of the late Don Cornelius, legendary host of Soul Train descended upon Broadway on Saturday to pay tribute to the man who created the groundbreaking dance show program. Bell bottoms, speakers and flash mobs were the order of the day as people like Al Sharpton and disc jockey Jon Quick showed up to honor Cornelius who played a larger role in their lives. (Hollywood Reporter)

-It’s Latin Week on this Tuesday’s episode of Glee guest starring the charming Ricky Martin! This week’s episode will reveal Will Shuester’s (Matthew Morrison) lack of Spanish knowledge, Sue Sylvester’s (Jane Lynch) desire to conceive…and wanting Will to be the sperm donor, Santana (Naya Rivera) referencing her on-screen mom Gloria Estefan, Sam’s (Chord Overstreet) Twitter love confessions and the real reason Rachel (Lea Michele) said yes to Finn’s (Cory Monteith) proposal. (Hollywood Reporter)

-Could famed actor, comedian and host George Lopez be dead? Thankfully only on Twitter. Word spread so fast on the social media website that “RIP George Lopez” was near the top of the worldwide trending list. No fear though, it seems we have many years of Lopez in our future! (Zap2it.com)