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During the "Divergent" premiere in Los Angeles, a fan of Kate Winset's gave the actress a hand-drawn portrait, depicting Winslet's nude form as it was seen in "Titanic." Instead of running for dear life, Winslet reportedly "looked amused" by the drawing.
Selena Gomez posted a racy photo of herself to Instagram. It may or may not be safe for work, depending on whether your company frowns upon shadowy figures of maybe-nude former Disney stars.
On Thursday, Madonna uploaded a picture of her hairy armpit to Instagram. Just to remind you, this is the Madonna. She's one of the most influential and iconic musicians of the last 30 years, and this is the best she's got for us.
Lady Gaga told Savannah Guthrie that her SXSW vomit stunt was "art in its purest form" on Friday morning's episode of NBC's "Today" show. But we're thinking maybe she meant to say "pukest form." As in, "art in its pukest form."
During an interview with Australian radio, Emma Stone of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" was surprised with a message from Mel B. of the Spice Girls. Stone literally began crying, then busted out a quick rendition of "Wannabe":
Have you ever wondered why Hollywood never made a live-action "Jem and the Holograms" movie, helmed by the director of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" and the manager of Justin Bieber? No? Well, too bad! Because that's exactly what's happening!
Following in the acne-free footsteps of Adam Levine and Avril Lavigne, Olivia Munn is the latest celebrity to accept a boatload of cash to shill Proactiv.
Despite what a Seattle news station reported, the investigation into Kurt Cobain's death has not been re-opened after the discovery of this new photographic evidence. "There are no new developments, no new twists or turns in the case," a spokeswoman for the Seattle PD clarified. (Aha! But isn't that exactly what she'd want us to think!)
According to TMZ, Chris Hemsworth (of "Thor") and wife Elsa Patakay (of "Fast Five") are currently at the Cedars Sanai Medical Center in West Hollywood, where she's in labor with twins. Or maybe she's already delivered? Who knows.
A homeless woman in L.A. is suing Halle Berry, Amanda Bynes and Armie Hammer — but not because they've wronged her. She merely wants them all in the same place so she can pitch her Civil War mini-series idea.
With the help of Jimmy Fallon's new favorite iPhone app, he and "Tonight Show" guest Billy Joel recorded a beautiful acapella version of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." In other words, Jimmy Fallon just sold a few million dollars' worth of iPhone apps on last night's "Tonight Show":
E! host Giuliana Rancic called out Russell Crowe for being her "most awkward" (i.e. "meanest") interview. She claims he then walked away. But from what we've heard about Russell, that sounds downright lovely.
Miley Cyrus went on Instagram to show off her sunburned chest. Then she turned the camera toward her crotch, where she had stuffed her jean shorts full of disgusting dollar bills.
As part of her PETA campaign, designer Vivienne Westwood claims that she rarely bathes (in order to conserve water) and often hops into her husband's used bathwater when she finally does.
Remember when Ashton Kutcher played Steve Jobs in that movie you didn't see? That was cute. Now that Ashton's had his fun, David Fincher wants to cast Christian Bale in his Steve Jobs biopic, which you probably will see.
On Wednesday morning in Tennessee, Johnny Cash's granddaughter was found stabbed to death and stuffed inside a box. A friend of Cash's has been charged with the murder.
Astrid Lindgren — the celebrated author of "Pippi Longstocking" among other children's classics — has just been chosen to grace Sweden's 20-krona banknote. For comparison, this is how we in America chose to celebrate one of our beloved children's authors:
Cameron Diaz told OK! magazine that at some point in their life, but admitted that she doesn't "know how to fix [that] problem." However, she can
Prince William and Kate Middleton's "Spanish supernanny" for Prince George as well as "007 stunt-driving" in order to evade threats.
And finally, Charlie Sheen is now making fun of John Mayer, after Mayer allegedly purchased a few couterfeit Rolex watches. "Sorry that 7 of your 100 watches aren't to your liking!" Sheen said to Mayer, via TMZ. "Boohoo!!"