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Joey Fatone spilled the beans about Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel‘s pregnancy secret. Although the couple hasn’t confirmed, JT’s ex-NSync bandmate told In Touch that friends and family have known about Biel’s pregnancy for months.

“He told me a while ago, and I kept my mouth shut. But now I can talk about it!” he said. “Jessica is awesome, and Justin is a kid at heart,” he notes. “[They’ll have] fun.”

If the rumors are true, and it seems like they are, congrats to the beautiful couple.

The Sony hack has started affecting film sales already.

According to a Landmark Theater spokesperson, the premiere of Seth Rogen‘s The Interview in New York has been canceled. The Sony film was scheduled to screen at Landmark’s Sunshine Cinema.

The cancellation follows the 9/11-type threats made to Sony in reference to the film’s North Korea-based plotline. The Department of Homeland Security said it found no evidence that there was an active plot targeting movie theaters in the United States however, and the film will be released as scheduled.

Speaking of the now infamous Sony email hack, the executives of the company are now convinced someone who worked for the studio is behind the massive leak, because no one from the outside could so precisely target the compromising information.

According to TMZ, sources revealed that the North Koreans are probably involved, but they used someone with intimate knowledge of the Sony email system to laser in on the most embarrassing information.

Hopefully they get to the bottom of it before anyone gets hurt.

The fact that Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon are besties in real life makes their moments on-screen together so much fun to watch.

On Tuesday night’s episode of The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, the pair sang and danced with each other in the “Camp Winnipesaukee” skit. They played younger versions of themselves who were at summer camp together and stayed up all night chatting. Check out the hilarious skit above.

What better way to teach a course than using Simpsons references? Hofstra English professor Richard Pioreck has been incorporating Springfield into his courses for about a decade.

His next interesting course will be titled “The D’oh of Homer.” It includes readings from Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven and The Fall of the House of Usher, and Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, which were all referenced in Simpsons episodes.

Denise Du Verenay, an adjunct English professor at St. Xavier University in Chicago, and co-author of the book The Simpsons in the Classroom: Embiggening the Learning Experience with the Wisdom of Springfield, said:

“Teachers need to keep things fresh.”

We couldn’t agree more.

SOURCE: TMZ, Just Jared, Hollywood Reporter, Yahoo, Radar Online | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Youtube