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George H.W. Bush Takes to Twitter and Julie Andrews Might Eventually Watch 'The Sound of Music Live!'

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Former president George H.W. Bush has joined Twitter, tweeted just once, and already amassed about 60,000 followers. Watch out, Justin Bieber.

In case you missed it, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired last night. And Taylor Swift was there, belting out her catchy, man-bashing tune "I Knew You Were Trouble" to every female supermodel who would listen.

Britney Spears told InStyle magazine that she's had lip injections. And we're guessing they were free, judging by the way she kept dropping her surgeon's name during the interview.

The American Country Awards happened last night, (and yes, it was somehow different than the Country Music Association Awards that took place last month).

Angelina Jolie won't be piloting any planes in the near future. The actress waited too long to file her personal plane's airworthiness certificate, so now she'll have to ride the smelly old bus like the rest of us. Or take a private jet. One or the other.

The sign-language interpreter who translated Obama's speech at the Nelson Mandela memorial was reportedly a fraud who was just waving his arms around.

Kate Winslet and husband Ned Rocknroll welcomed a baby boy on Saturday. No word on the baby's name yet, but might we suggest "Sexdrugsand"?

A man in Kentucky accidentally shot himself in the leg after using a restaurant's toilet paper dispenser as a temporary gun rack while relieving himself. Our theory: He was attempting to bail on a blind date in the most convoluted way possible.

Looking for the perfect holiday gift for absolutely no one on your shopping list? Try this chess set made with little taxidermied mice.

Forbes magazine ranked the most overpaid actors of 2013, with Adam Sandler leading the pack.

Kanye West ranted about only earning two Grammy nominations at a concert in Phoenix. "What are they trying to say?" he asked the crowd, completely oblivious to the totally obvious answer.

Julie Andrews was too busy to watch NBC's live version of "The Sound of Music" starring Carrie Underwood, but claims she'll "get around to it."

Kristen Stewart has been chosen as the newest sullen, brooding, stoic face of Chanel.

"Shameless" star Emmy Rossum did a photoshoot for Esquire magazine wearing barely any clothing.

Paul Walker's family believes his buddy's Porsche lost control after hitting the reflective plastic markers that lined the side of the street, reports TMZ.

An Italian film producer wants Antonio Banderas to take a break from voicing a sword-fighting cat in over-sized boots to play Pope Francis in his dream biopic project.

And finally, there's a new trailer for the latest Godzilla movie. But they should move that trailer, because Godzilla has a tendency to step on large vehicles with his huge Godzilla feet.

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