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Everybody seems to be going nuts over Kim Kardashian's new haircut, but it doesn't really look like that much of a departure from her last 'do. Brace yourselves for when she cuts her toenails.
Courtney Love seems to think she found the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 using satellite imagery. And we're not talking about some scientist named Courtney Love, we're talking about that Courtney Love.
Fashion designer L'Wren Scott, also the girlfriend of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, was found dead in her apartment on Monday of an apparent suicide. She was 49. (The Stones have since canceled the first stop of their Australian tour.)
Pope Francis opted not to meet with "Noah" star Russell Crowe during the actor's upcoming visit to the Vatican, presumably after he realized, "Wait, I'm the pope — why am I meeting with the male lead from 'Proof of Life'?"
The Dixie Chicks covered Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" at the Live Country to Country festival in London, probably just to demonstrate that it is possible with clothes on:
Speaking of Miley, one her her Bangerz! tour buses went up in flames. Some reports claim arson, but it's too early to tell just yet. Her brother Noah caught some of the action and aftermath on Instagram.
Cameron Diaz went skinny dipping with a bunch of her girlfriends in the Caribbean last week, and you can bet your sweet bippy there were photographers there to capture every moment.
After her puke-laden performance at South by Southwest, Lady Gaga likes to bathe naked in greenish, vomit-tinged water. And then she posts pictures! Want to see?
Country artist Jason Aldean is reportedly dating Brittany Kerr, whom you may not remember as the former "American Idol" contestant that he was caught kissing behind his wife's back.
The NFL had previously wanted to sue rap artist M.I.A. (to the tune of $1.5 million) after she flashed a middle finger during her 2012 Super Bowl appearance, but now, they want an additional $15.1 million in restitution.
Four years after her death, Brittany Murphy's final film, "Something Wicked," is finally seeing the light of day.
Late "Glee" actor Cory Monteith also has a film coming out posthumously, titled "McCanick." If you were into this guy (or puns about mechanics), check out the trailer for his final film below:
Scott Asheton, the drummer for punk pioneers The Stooges, died on Saturday of undisclosed causes. He was 64.
And finally, Krispy Kreme has debuted a crème brûlée doughnut, complete with a caramelized outer shell. Because when we want fine French cuisine, we undoubtedly think of Krispy Kreme.