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Gwen Stefani Gives Odd Name to Newborn Son and Razzies Honor the Worst Movies of the Year

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Here's what we're all talking about today:

Despite what it sounds like, Apollo Bowie Flynn is not the name of NASA's first lunar module. It's actually the name of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's third son (Bowie and Flynn are their mothers' maiden names), which the pair welcomed on Saturday.

Ellen DeGeneres gave a commanding performance as host of the Oscars, and in between taking orders for and serving delivery pizza, she managed to create the tweet out the most popular Twitter post ever.

The night's biggest loser: Kim Novak's face.

If you couldn't make it through all four hours of the ceremony, the Associated Press has compiled a video of Oscar highlights. Basically, it's the stuff you care about, minus the jokes about Jonah Hill's privates.

Jennifer Lawrence is two for two at the Oscars. Not when it comes to winning awards, mind you, but when it comes to falling on her face.

In case you missed it with all this Oscar talk, the worst movies of the year were also honored at the 34th annual Razzie Awards. Here are the night's biggest winners (losers?), including "Movie 43" and "After Earth."

If we didn't already know these photos of Kim Kardashian were taken at Elton John's Academy Award viewing party, we'd swear they were taken at a Kim Kardashian cleavage-viewing party.

"The Wolf of Wall Street" actress Margot Robbie went from blonde to very not blonde. Do you like her better with dark hair?

At last Thursday's Unite4Humantiy charity event, Bill Clinton took a moment to pose for a photograph with a couple of prostitutes from the Bunny Ranch.

Are you curious to see what Ireland Baldwin looked like during the Oscars? Of course you are. Bill Clinton is too, most likely. You and he can both click here.

Paula Patton attended the Independent Spirit Awards sans estranged hubby Robin Thicke on Saturday night. And without him there to distract her with his tailored suits and two-inch pompadour, she seemed to shine a bit brighter.

Speaking of which, dare we say that Jared Leto's Independent Spirit Awards speech was better than his Oscars speech. He thanked "all the women I've been with, and all the women who think they've been with me," as well as his "future ex-wife, Lupita [Nyong'o]."

Mary-Kate Olsen, 27, is reportedly engaged to the 44-year-old half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Pharrell Williams didn't win an Oscar at the Academy Awards, but he won big for his personal charity on Sunday. In the name of From One Hand to Another, he auctioned off his oversized Vivienne Westwood hat to Arby's (ha!) for the sum of $44,100.

Taylor Swift and ex-boyfriend Harry Styles both attended the Weinstein Company's pre-Oscar party, an event which Swift will presumably document in song in the near future.

Prince William and Kate Middleton went out for a date at London's Bunga Bunga, an Italian restaurant that's also a karaoke bar. Sounds fun.

And finally, some guy named William Castleberry claims to possess an 8mm film containing footage of Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy gettin' it on. And it's going up for auction on Tuesday.