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Taylor Swift's Stalker and Jennifer Lawrence's See-Through Dress

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Here's what we're blabbing about today:

Jennifer Lawrence showed off a bit of butt in her sheer dress at the Vanity Fair Oscar party. So here's some photos of that.

Taylor Swift obtained a restraining order against an obsessed fan who vowed to kill anyone who stood in the way of their love, especially Secretary of State John Kerry.

"Downton Abbey" actress Michelle Dockery says she's cried twice in recent memory: when she met Taylor Swift after a concert, and when she dropped a knife on her foot. (Hey, Taylor! You might want to get another restraining order ready!)

Nicole Richie dyed her hair a nice flowery shade of pastel purple, probably because nobody was talking about Nicole Richie.

Scarlett Johansson is pregnant with fiance Romain Dauriac's baby. And if their parents are any indication, this kid is going to have one hell of a name.

The contestants for the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars" were announced. Billy Dee Williams, Danica McKellar (aka Winnie Cooper) and Drew Carey are just a few of the C-listers who hope to become B-listers through the magic of mambo.

But hold on a second, gang! The New York Daily News is exclusively reporting that Bruce Jenner will also join "DWTS," so he can dance on the same stage that once hosted such greats as Chaz Bono. (We don't know why we picked Chaz Bono. Just the first name that popped into our head, we suppose.)

Remember when Travolta butchered Idina Menzel's name at the Oscars? Slate.com has a nifty program that simulates John Travolta butchering your name, too!

Speaking of Dazeem/Menzel, Jimmy Fallon had her on to sing the Oscar-winning song "Let It Go" from "Frozen," with accompaniment provided by The Roots playing a variety of toy instruments.

Anybody wonder where "Gravity" actor George Clooney was during the Academy Awards? No? Alright, no big deal. But in case you were wondering, he was most likely on vacation, sulking about "The Monuments Men" and its less-than-stellar reviews.

The New York Times has issued a correction from an article they published in 1853, in which they referred to Solomon Northup (recently depicted by Chiwetel Ejiofor in "12 Years a Slave") as Solomon Northrup and Solomon Northrop.

Justin Bieber is now trying to win back Selena Gomez through Instagram. On Monday, he posted pictures of her from the Vanity Fair Oscar party with a caption reading, "most elegant princess in the world."

Robin Thicke is also trying to woo back his lady in the most roundabout way possible. On Sunday in Atlantic City, he sang a bit of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" after somebody referenced Paula Patton.

New Zealand's Maori King has turned down an opportunity to meet with Prince William in April because he was only offered a 90-minute window to meet with the royal. For him, it's either lots of William or no William at all. Anything else is just a tease.

Sean Penn and Charlize Theron were making out like a couple of tipsy teenagers at Madonna's post-Oscar party. What's more puzzling is why Madonna would invite Penn in the first place, espiecially considering their

And finally, the pizza guy who delivered to the Academy Awards appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," where she gave him a $1,000 tip.