Here's what everybody's gabbing about this morning:
Lady Gaga spends $100,000 per year on bedding, because she brings her own sheets everywhere and has them specially dry-cleaned.
Kris Humphries auctioned off the engagement ring he once gave to Kim Kardashian for $749,000.
Jamie Foxx insists that he and Katie Holmes are not dating, but who knows? After all, that's what celebs usually say right before they start dating.
Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock reenacted his "Chopsticks" scene from "Big" on "The Jonathan Ross Show."
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced the nominees for 2014's inductees, and among them are Nirvana, Kiss, Chic, Hall & Oates, The Replacements and N.W.A.
A stuntman on the set of Brad Pitt's upcoming film "Fury" accidentally got stabbed with a bayonet.
Charlie Hunnam already dropped out of the "50 Shades of Grey" adaptation, and now it looks like Dakota Johnson is pretty unhappy in her role, too.
In an interview with Glamour magazine, Patton admitted that husband Robin Thicke was well-endowed. Boy, those two know how to keep themselves in the headlines, don't they?
Christina Aguilera is rolling around in a tight white dress for her new perfume commercial.
Rihanna is getting more Thai citizens arrested with her tweets. Remember last month, when she blew the lid off an endangered animal photo booth? Now she got the owners of a Thai bar arrested for an illegal sex show.
According to Forbes, Ashton Kutcher is the highest paid actor on TV, followed by his "Two and a Half Men" co-star Jon Cryer.
Marvel's "Ant-Man" is probably going to be played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt or Paul Rudd.
And finally, Woody Allen's next movie has an appropriately Woody Allen-esque name: It's called "Magic in the Moonlight."