Here's what everybody's going on about:
Prince Harry might be moving in next door to William and Kate, effectively making him the Kramer of the royal family.
Speaking of royals, new mom Kate Middleton is reportedly planning to have a low-key (boring?) birthday celebration on Thursday.
According to a costume designer who once worked with Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator flashed an intern on the set of a TV movie back in 1980, sending her running from his trailer in tears.
Despite it being only January, Maxim has already named Eva Longoria as their Woman of the Year for 2014. (It's probably going to be really awkward when they don't put her at #1 on the come May, though.)
Forbes released their annual "30 Under 30" list, honoring the most promising young talents with a spot on a said list, and presumably nothing more. Bruno Mars, Maria Sharapova and the Snapchat co-founders are among those included.
Ah, young love! Despite getting herself arrested for beating him up back in July of 2013, "American Horror Story" actress (and Eric Roberts offspring) Emma Roberts is engaged to co-star Evan Peters, Us Weekly reports.
Sasheer Zamata, an alumnus of the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater in NYC, was hired as the first black female cast member of "SNL" in more than six years. She makes her debut on January 18.
People are going on about Jenny McCarthy's new short haircut, but it's not that much shorter than it was, really. Long story short, Jenny McCarthy got a haircut.
Shakira calls Rihanna "the sexiest woman on the planet" in the February issue of Glamour.
Sean Penn and Charlize Theron might actually be a thing. After hanging out on the beach over New Year's, they were again spotted together on a movie date this Sunday.
Jerry Seinfeld announced in a Reddit AMA session that he and Larry David have written a new script for something that we'll eventually be able to watch. "All I can do is tell you is that it's big, huge, gigantic," said Seinfeld.
Lady Gaga recently posted an apology to her fans, but we can't figure out what she's apologizing for. Basically, she said she's not happy with her new video for "Do What U Want," then went on to attack some people she used to work with. So, standard apology stuff? We guess?
Steven Segeal said he's considering a run for the governor of Arizona, telling an ABC affiliate that he's very concerned about our open borders, which he will presumably defend with his fists.
And finally, do you love the flavor of Mountain Dew and/or Cheetos? Of course you do. That's probably why Japan has introduced new Dew-flavored Cheetos. Just for you.