Here's everything you should know about today:
By the order of Queen Elizabeth II, there will be no short skirts for Kate Middleton during her upcoming overseas voyages. What a royal bummer.
After singing with him at a charity event last year, Taylor Swift says Prince William has a pretty good voice. "I'd definitely say he's got star quality, and if he ever wants me to sing with him again, I'll be there," she told Britain's DailyMail.
The Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII after a not-so-close game with the Denver Broncos.
And Bruno Mars managed to stage an entertaining half-time show without twerking once.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, most recently of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," died of an apparent drug overdose the age of 46.
Kate Upton wore a tight leather dress and hung out with at a GQ Super Bowl party.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are evidently still clinging to their marriage after attending the Super Bowl together.
Actor Dominic West claims that Prince Harry would often listen to "hardcore thrash-metal" during their South Pole expedition. That's funny, we always pictured Prince Philip to be the royal family's metal-head.
Owen Wilson and his personal trainer Caroline Lindqvist — who are no longer together — welcomed their son on Thursday. This is Wilson's his second child.
Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle also became new parents on Sunday to a baby girl.
If anybody's interested, Kim Kardashian is a brunette again, as opposed to whatever she was last week.
LeAnn Rimes celebrated Super Bowl Sunday exactly how we expected she would: in a bikini in Honolulu.
Woody Allen's daughter Dylan Farrow wrote an open letter to the New York Times detailing how her father abused her as a child. But Woody's representative has already responded to the letter, calling it "untrue and disgraceful."
Justin Bieber partied at a pre-Super Bowl party in NYC on Friday night, where he basically made everyone watch him ride his skateboard.
Cressida Bonas has been turning down lucrative deals to model for designer brands, because she apparently hates money.
And finally, South Koreans apparently consume twice as much liquor as any other country. It's time to catch up, people.