Katy Perry is thanking her fans with a free concert in Los Angeles.

The pop singer will perform the free show on Nov. 23 at the Staples Center. Perry will also perform there on Nov. 22 as part of her "California Dreams" world tour.

Perry's platinum-selling album, "Teenage Dream," features five No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 songs.

Los Angeles is the final U.S. stop on Perry's tour. She is scheduled to perform in the Philippines in January.

Charlie Rose, Gayle King to join CBS' 'Early Show'

Charlie Rose and Gayle King will be joining CBS' embattled "The Early Show" as hosts in what is being described as a complete makeover of the struggling early-morning news program.

Rose, who has an interview show on PBS, and King, who has a morning show on OWN, the network founded by her best friend, Oprah Winfrey, would join current co-hosts Jeff Glor and Erica Hill in a revamp of the show.

It would be broadcast on a new set being built on the West Side of Manhattan, said sources who were knowledgeable about the situation.

CBS declined comment.

Tony Bennett plugs New Orleans project

Grammy-winning jazz crooner Tony Bennett is championing a rebuilding effort to help New Orleans residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina.

At the site of the 101st and final house built by Project Home Again, the 85-year-old singer said Friday that bringing people home is important to protecting the culture and traditions of New Orleans.

He looked on as a gospel choir clapped and swayed while singing "Oh Happy Day" and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" to commemorate the project founded by his friends, New York couple Leonard and Louise Riggio.

Stern likely headed to 'America's Got Talent'

The "King of All Media" might expand his empire soon.

The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that NBC is trying to get Howard Stern to replace Piers Morgan as the third judge on its top-rated summer reality staple, "America's Got Talent."

A top source at the show, asked about the shock jock on "Talent," told the Los Angeles Times that there's a "very good chance he will be doing it." An NBC source said, however, that there's no deal in place yet.

Despite the timing, Morgan wasn't pushed out, the source said. Morgan's nightly hosting job at CNN has consumed more time than he expected. NBC knew of his predicament and had started talking with other people in anticipation that he might leave.