(CNN) - Martha Stewart is looking for love and isn't afraid to put herself out there. The media magnate is on popular internet dating site match.com. Stewart says she's looking for "Mr. Right."
She and her long term boyfriend broke up a while ago. Stewart is letting fans of her magazine's Facebook page choose her profile photo -- either "normal" Martha with pearls, or "sexy" in lace. The 71-year-old's profile name is "TheLongGoodLife," which is also the name of her latest book.
Kenny Chesney is starting a campaign to aid victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. All proceeds from Chesney's single, "Spread the Love," will go directly to the fund. The "Spread the Love" Campaign benefits amputees in need of prosthetic limbs. The money will go to the Boston Medical Center to help with the entire process-- fittings, doctor visits and physical therapy. Donations will also be accepted.
Fans and fellow country music artists will remember George Jones today at the Grand Ole Opry. The country music legend died last Friday at 81-years-old. Former First Lady Laura Bush, and country music star Kenny Chesney are among those scheduled to speak at the service. A list of country artists will perform including, Brad Paisley and Alan Jackson.
John Oliver will guest host "The Daily Show," in place of Jon Stewart. The Daily Show correspondent will make his hosting debut on June 10th, Comedy Central announced on Wednesday. Stewart is taking a hiatus from the show to direct his first movie and will return to his chair on September third.