Here's what you'll want to read about today:
Taylor Swift looked leggy while shopping in L.A. yesterday, and yes, she was wearing those same high-waisted shorts that she always wears.
Aannnddd Johnny Depp's off the market. Girlfriend had been spotted wearing what looked like an engagement ring for a few days. Turns out it was.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is going to star in a Super Bowl commercial for Bud Light, so expect the dialogue to include a terrible pun, a "Terminator" quote, or a combination of the two. ("I'll be back … because I can't stand to be away from my Buds.")
Because baby North ain't gonna Instagram herself anytime soon, Kim Kardashian was forced to reveal a new picture the baby girl on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Orlando Bloom was spotted being "flirty" with "The Wolf of Wall Street" star (and fellow Aussie) Margot Robbie. Because after you break up with Miranda Kerr, Australian law dictates that you must rebound with an equally stunning woman from the same continent.
Shia LaBeouf headbutted a guy in a London pub on Thursday night, then apologized and claimed to be a "super normal" guy.
Jared Leto told Variety that he has a coffin table in his living room. It's like a coffee table, but it's a coffin. And he rests coffee on it.
"12 Years a Slave" was awarded the Best Picture honor at the Critics Choice Awards on Thursday night, which will mean absolutely nothing in a few months, because people only remember who won the Oscar.
But we might remember how Sandra Bullock said "What the f***?" during her acceptance speech when a pre-recorded announcement began to cut her off.
Russell Johnson, who played the professor on "Gilligan's Island," has died at 89. And in other celebrity death news, Dave Madden, who played Reuben Kincaid on "The Partridge Family" has died at age 82. And the last munchkin from "The Wizard of Oz" died at age 95.
Jezebel is offering $10,000 to anyone who can provide un-retouched pictures from Lena Dunham's Vogue photoshoot. Apparently, they're trying to prove the obvious: That magazines retouch photos sometimes.
Not familiar with Dunham's show "Girls"? You're in luck, because the CEO of HBO basically just told everyone it's okay to share their HBO Go passwords with everyone they know.
Prince Harry finally shaved off that beard. Us Weekly has a look at his supple, scruffless face.
Mama June, the matriarch on "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," used a colorful Froot Loops metaphor to explain sex to her children.
And finally, Hershey's is trying to mimic Nutella with a new spreadable chocolate thing. But it comes in three flavors, so take that, Nutella.