Ah, it takes a village nipple.
* In actual Fox News news, Megyn Kelly, the network's popular, oft-pregnant, occasionally sensible, daytime TV host, will move to the prime-time lineup when she returns from maternity leave.
Megyn is expecting her third child this summer. She's still on the air.
Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes, however, did not say where Megyn's new show would be scheduled, or whether she is replacing anybody.
Holy time off, Batman!
Christian Bale tells Entertainment Weekly that if DC/Warner Bros. can launch its Justice League film to battle Marvel/Disney's "Avengers 2," they're going to be doing it with a different Dark Knight.
Bale said he has no plans to reprise his brooding Batman role and told EW that his Christopher Nolan-directed caped crusader trilogy was enough.
"We were incredibly fortunate to get to make three [Batman films]," he said. "That's enough. Let's not get greedy."
How un-Hollywood of him.
* B. Scott, an openly gay fashion and advice columnist who has several TV shows and a Web following, says BET forced him to tone down his typically feminine look to appear on its pre-BET Awards show, and is rejecting the network's apology.
BET was contrite after it yanked Scott off its red carpet coverage for Sunday's BET Awards and forced him to change from heels to flats and put on a suit instead of the long flowing black shirt he was wearing. He also accused them of making him pull his long flowing locks back into a ponytail.
BET said the incident "was a singular one with a series of unfortunate miscommunications from both parties. We regret any unintentional offense to B. Scott and anyone within the LGBT community, and we seek to continue embracing all gender expressions."
But Scott said yesterday that the apology was halfhearted and he was always very clear about what he planned to look like on air.
"I want a real apology from BET. This was a not a mutual misunderstanding or miscommunication. I pride myself on being very professional," he said.
* Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures hit the beach to promote their new action movie, "Pacific Rim," taking over the World Championship of Sand Sculpting on Saturday, June 29, in Atlantic City.
Sculptors built a 12-foot "Pacific Rim" sculpture depicting the Kaiju and Jaeger in battle. The sculpture will now stand until July 6 - or until the tide comes in.
* Steve Martin lost his wallet in Wilkes-Barre and a stranger returned it to him.
Martin apparently lost his wallet while bicycling before performing Tuesday night. Will Beekman, programming director at the concert hall where Martin performed with his banjo and bluegrass band, said a man working on a city street found the wallet, knew Martin was in town and contacted the hall.
Beekman says Martin insisted on thanking the man in person, but he wasn't sure whether the man got a reward. The wallet had Martin's driver's license and credit cards but no cash.
Beekman says he didn't get the man's name.
But if this was the movie "Identity Thief," his name would be . . . Steve Martin.
* Two funny things happened when CBS premiered the summer series "Under the Dome."
1) People were surprised it wasn't a "Big Brother" spin-off with Julie Chen.
2) Even with real stories and real actors, people watched it.
It's been 20 years since a new summertime drama opened so strongly.
Maybe network TV ain't dead yet.
On first airing, 13.5 million people watched the show. An additional 3.2 million people watched either on their DVRs or on-demand, Nielsen said. And when CBS reran the premiere Sunday night, 5.1 million people watched it for the first time - or again.
The second episode of "Dome," based on a Stephen King book about an invisible dome landing over a small town, was seen by 11.5 million viewers.
So what does this mean for network TV?
NBC has begun work on "Law & Order: Dome," ABC is launching the claustrophobic sitcom "Modome Family," Fox is mulling "So You Think You Can Dome?" and USA has begun casting a fun look at two fools who get stuck under glass in "Dome & Domer."
- Daily News wire services contributed to this report.