Here's what you need to know about today:
The Golden Globes aired last night, with "American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave" taking home the ceremony's honors for best films. And Jacqueline Bisset nabbed the honor of worst acceptance speech that has ever been uttered.
Taylor Swift (who was nominated in the original song category) wore a crazy crochet cut-out dress to one of the after-parties.
Speaking of Swift, she was photobombed by "American Hustle" actress (and Golden Globe winner) Jennifer Lawrence during the pre-show.
Frank Sinatra's Woody Allen's son Ronan Farrow asked Twitter if Diane Keaton's Golden Globes tribute to his father referenced "the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7" in her speech.
It's hard to prove, but sources seem to think that Kate Middleton's dog Lupo isn't really welcome at her royal digs. Her brother James was spotted walking the pooch around London the other day.
Friends of Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas say they're "drifting apart." We're going to go ahead and blame Lupo for this. Bad Lupo!
Golden Globe winner Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly went on an all-night bender with "Blurred Lines" singer Thicke last Thursday.
If we're understanding this story right, Sean Penn hired artist Jeff Koons to turn his many guns into a sculpture, and that sculpture was auctioned off to Anderson Cooper. For $1.4 million.
At the same fundraising auction, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin paid more than half a million bucks for a framed Banksy design.
Paris Hilton just signed a deal to appear in a DJ-ing capacity at Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City. So be sure to not go to that if you don't like Paris Hilton, or music, or Paris Hilton's music.
Justin Bieber was accused of throwing eggs at his neighbor's house, and now those neighbors claim he caused $20,000 worth of damage.
According to The Mirror, Lady Gaga is opening a museum to showcase all of her Michael Jackson memorabilia.
A man is suing Jennifer Lopez, claiming that she baited him into sending naked pictures of himself to the singer in exchange for a chance at stardom. Sounds like a good deal, really.
And finally, a Connecticut grocery chain is trying to popularize their bagel/croissant hybrid — called the "Crogel" — in an attempt to reach Cronut-levels of viral fame.