The Rundown: Week of Jan. 21

Annie Bruce, Writer

A million hearts broke after sources reported Beyonce was lip-synching at President Obama’s inauguration ceremony. While People reports Kelly Clarkson sang live (and no one really cares about James Taylor), the Marine Corps Band told reporters Beyonce didn’t have time to rehearse “The Star-Spangled Banner,” so the band was told not to play during Beyonce’s part. Turns out Beyonce’s live singing voice isn’t “Irreplaceable.”

“Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23” was moved off ABC’s schedule in the middle of its season. While it’s not an official cancelation, star James Van Der Beek tweeted that the show is as good as done. My bet is ABC officials got tired of saying the obnoxiously long title.

The Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, told reporters he is still in love with Maria Shriver. He sure has a strange way of showing it. In 2011, Schwarzenegger revealed he cheated on Shriver with their housekeeper. As if that wasn’t dramatic enough, the housekeeper’s son is indeed Schwarzenegger’s as well.

After all the talk about the “Boy Meets World” spin-off, Mark-Paul Gosselaar of “Saved by the Bell” wants in as well. He casually brought up the possibility of a “Bell” reunion in a recent interview. As for Dustin Diamond — the guy who played the most annoying character in the history of television, aka Screech — he probably won’t be receiving an invite if the reunion ever happens, considering his scathing tell-all book about the cast.

She hasn’t hit rock-bottom yet. Lindsay Lohan turned down multiple offers to join “Dancing with the Stars,” a decision that might be in the best interest of the show. To be on “Dancing,” celebrities need to show up on time and commit to hours of rehearsal, two things the star might not be able to handle.

Forget the Grammy Awards. Bono finally received the highest honor of all: A group of spiders is being named after the singer. Some of the spiders, named bonoi, are from Joshua Tree National Park, tying the spiders to U2’s album “The Joshua Tree.” But how are they going to make spider-sized sunglasses?