Here's what today's hubbub is all about:
Carrie Underwood starred in a live televised version of "The Sound of Music" last night, and she took a lot of crap for it on social media. "It's as if Carrie Underwood has never even seen acting before," wrote one Twitter user.
And a member of the actual von Trapp family, on whom the production is based, has said that he would've preferred Anne Hathaway in the role or Maria.
Prince Harry must be glad to still be at the South Pole, because both his current girlfriend Cressida Bonas and his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy ran into each other at the same church service.
And as long as we're on the subject of the royals, Kate visited sick children at a hospice Friday while William presented medals to Irish servicemen returning from Afghanistan.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela passed away Thursday at the age of 95.
And in an odd twist of fate, Thursday was also the London premiere of a Mandela biopic called "Long Walk to Freedom." Guests at the screening included Prince William and Kate Middleton, who — along with the rest of the film's cast and crew in attendance — learned of Mandela's passing when an announcement was made after the credits rolled.
Mandela's daughters Zindzi and Zenani were also at the premiere, but were immediately informed of their father's passing and left mid-screening. (Though they requested the film continue on as planned.)
Adam Levine says his fiance, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, "burst into laughter" when he was announced as People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive.
A California burger chain has debuted a Sriracha burger, featuring Sriracha chili sauce mixed into the patty, Sriracha coleslaw, Sriracha mushrooms, Sriracha-glazed bacon, Sriracha mayo and even more Sriracha drizzled on top.
Kally Clarkson told Ellen DeGeneres that she vomits "a good dozen times a day" now that's she's pregnant.
An Oregon man tried to drive a tank up a hill, but accidentally steered it across a busy highway instead.
Nigella Lawson isn't the only celeb who’s admitting to using cocaine; Kirstie Alley told Howard Stern she was hooked from the first time she used it. "I took one snort and thought, 'I'm going to do this every day for the rest of my life!'"
And finally, a couple in Tennessee mistakenly received a huge bag of cash instead of the McDonald's breakfast items they ordered at the restaurant's drive-thru.