Here's what's happening, people:
Lindsay Lohan claims to have suffered a miscarriage, as she revealed on the final episode of her OWN docu-series "Lindsay."
In other Lindsay news, witnesses claim to have seen her at a party in Manhattan, soliciting lap-dances from a female stripper, then refusing to pay up. It's unknown whether Lindsay broke the other cardinal rule of strip clubs by telling the dancer that she loves her.
Kristin Chenoweth recently spoke with Fox News Magazine about her newest film, "Rio 2," in which she plays a cartoon frog — and even she can't believe the resemblance. See it for yourself in the video above.
Dolly Parton revealed to UK's The Sun that Miley Cyrus (her real-life goddaughter) once said, "I need to murder Hannah Montana in order for people to accept who I really am."' We get what Miley meant, but if we were the police, we might actually start looking for bodies, just in case.
Actress Kim Novak is just now talking about all that negative backlash she endured after her appearance at the Academy Awards. "For days, I didn't leave the house, and it got to me like it gets to kids and teenagers [who are attacked]," she told the Associated Press.
And then Prince George met a marsupial. And boy did he look cute (both the marsupial and the baby, actually).
"Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm doesn't like it when you walk up to him and point out that you can see his privates through his pants, according to Jon Hamm in the latest issue of Men's Fitness.
Miranda Kerr posed for an Easter-themed photoshoot in Love magazine. And by "Easter-themed," they referring to the Easter tradition of having supermodels writhe around in lingerie amongst a few Easter baskets. You know, just like in the Bible.
Singer, reality star and erstwhile pornstar Tila Tequila has revealed that she's pregnant, posting an Instagram selfie of her baby bump on Friday.
Country musician Kevin Sharp, who you may or may not remember as the singer of the 1996 hit "Nobody Knows," died on Saturday. He was 43.
Susan Lucci has revealed her personal secret for staying fit and feeling young, and it's not by harboring years' worth of boiling resentment over not being awarded a Daytime Emmy, surprisingly. (It's hot water and lemon.)
Neil Patrick Harris hushed up an outspoken fan at one of his Broadway performances by breaking character and saying, "I'm doing something up here, mother******." And, in the process, he also solidified the notion that he really is his character from the "Harold and Kumar" franchise.
Because Ashton Kutcher clearly knows how to entertain a pregnant woman, the actor took his expectant fiance Mila Kunis to a craft beer brewery in Louisiana. "Yum, what great beer!" she presumably never uttered.
In a publication called Yours magazine, Elle Macpherson revealed that she rinses her hair in beer to keep it extra shiny. (Hear that, Ashton? Leave your pregnant fiance at home and Invite Elle to a brewery sometime, will ya?)
First Lady Michelle Obama and sixth-place "American Idol" finisher Kellie Pickler will both make appearances on ABC's "Nashville" this season, appearing in the second-to-last episode. Which makes us wonder: Who has ABC got lined up for the season finale? Joe Biden and Constantine Maroulis?
Critics were giving Debbie Gibson a hard time over her skinny Instagram pictures earlier this month, but on Wednesday, Gibson revealed that her weight fluctuations were the result of her private battle with Lyme disease.
No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani is going to be taking Christina Aguilera's place for the seventh season of NBC's "The Voice," so any contestants planning to win the competition should re-work their audition music to include a bit of dance-hall reggae.
And finally, Haagen-Dazs will debut two new vegetable ice cream flavors in Japan, because after 50 years in the business, Haagen-Dazs has yet to truly grasp the concept of dessert, evidently.