Celebrity News

Why Bruce Jenner Won't Be Dad Of The Year and Julie Newmar, Looking Good



Here's what everybody's buzzing about today:

Remember how Taylor Swift was buying a bachelorette pad — excuse us, bachelorette flat — in London? Turns out it isn't One Direction hottie Harry Styles that's caught her eye this week but 21-year-old British actor Douglas Booth.

Miley Cyrus looks extra creepy in this picture with British singer Lily Allen. Not so much because of the tongue, but because of the bleached blonde eyebrows.

Not to be out-creeped, Bruce Jenner apparently approved of his daughter Kendall's nipple-filled picture on Instagram.

Kim Kardashian, like  is misunderstanding the point of a shirt. Here she is in a see-through one while heading out to a Kanye concert in Brooklyn.

Kelly Clarkson is pregnant with her first child just four weeks after getting hitched to Brandon Blackstock.

As is "Once Upon a Time" actress Ginnifer Goodwin, who's expecting her first child with fiance (and co-star) Josh Dallas.

OKCupid has been hacked, exposing up to 42 million users' passwords. So don't be surprised if your username is inexplicably changed to "Seymour Butts."

Despite producing and appearing in the new film "12 Years a Slave" (albeit in a smaller role), Brad Pitt says he turned down the larger role of a cruel slave owner. "I didn’t want my kids to see me in this role," he said.

The original Catwoman, Julie Newmar, still looks pretty darn good at 80.

Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted partying alongside Miranda Kerr in Vegas. Still more proof that whenever a Victoria's Secret Angel goes single, some kind of alarm starts sounding in Leo's head.

Kaley Cuoco of "The Big Bang Theory" had herself a big bachelorette party in Palm Springs, attended by Lacey Chabert of "Mean Girls" and Ali Fedetowsky of "The Bachelorette." And they took pictures.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got front row seats to a twerk-filled charity dance performance.

Also, Kate's skirt went flying in the wind as she experienced her own Marilyn Monroe moment during another charity event in London.

And finally, after millions of dollars and five years of development, the world's very first french fry vending machine is here.