Here's what all the hubbub's about:
Taylor Swift finally buckled and got a lob haircut in front of a room full of people (totally normal), and then proudly displayed her new look on Instagram.
Hugh Jackman was announced as the host of this year's Tony Awards, a job he's already held three times. But if you ask us, it's high time they hired a host named Tony.
Kate Middleton was sporting a necklace with a whole lotta diamonds during her first public engagement of 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Heidi Klum, 40, has cougar-ed her way into the arms of Demi Moore's 27-year-old ex-boyfriend Vito Schnabel.
Shia LaBeouf gave L.A. a taste of his thoroughly odd performance art, where he cried under his paper bag.
It was also revealed that during the filming of Lars Von Trier's "Nymphomaniac," in which LaBeouf stars, the actor acted Von Trier if he could wear a penis-mounted camera during some of his more erotic scenes. Luckily, he was denied.
Khloe Kardashian was photographed smoking what appeared to be a blunt on the dance floor at a nightclub on Monday night, where she partied with her mother Kris and rapper The Game.
Former NBC anchor Tom Brokaw was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a type of bone marrow cancer.
Before she died, Julia Roberts' half sister Nancy Motes wrote a five-page suicide note. Reportedly, three of those pages detail her tumultuous relationship with Julia.
Billy Ray Cyrus recorded a sequel to his 1994 hit "Achy Breaky Heart" with rapper Buck 22. The video features Larry King, a spaceship, and half-naked alien women twerking. And it's awful.
Some Miami cops are saying that there's video of Justin Bieber urinating in his jail cell on the night of his arrest back in January. But they don't specify whether it was in a toilet or not, so this whole story could be a bunch of hype.
Bob Costas' gross pink-eye problem is only getting worse. Now both eyes are infected, so he called in Matt Lauer to fill in for his Olympic duties.
The upcoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is set to feature Barbie somewhere in its pages, because Sports Illustrated is apparently running out of ideas.
Michael Jordan, 51, and wife Yvette, 35, welcomed twin daughters Victoria and Ysabel on Sunday. The NBA legend already has three adult children from a previous marriage.
Greta Gerwig won the lead role in a "How I Met Your Mother" spin-off called "How I Met Your Dad," because Americans can't get enough of those 9-year-long stories about all the losers your parents slept with before they settled on each other.
A wire fox terrier named Sky emerged as the winner of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City. So he probably got a treat or something.
And finally, the 7-Eleven's in Washington, D.C., are market testing a new item called "Doritos Loaded," which appear to be breaded, deep-fried Doritos filled with cheese.