Here's what all the fuss is about:
Must be almost time for Kimye to become legal. Kim Kardashian instagrammed a photo of herself (who else) wearing a see-through white wedding-ish looking dress.
Country legend Garth Brooks reportedly promised Trisha Yearwood that they'd move from Oklahoma to Tennessee as soon as his kids were grown, and he's keeping his word. That's very nice, but it also suggests that Trisha Yearwood really hates Oklahoma, huh?
Taylor Swift's tour-mate Ed Sheeran revealed that he'd like to see Swift date Orlando Bloom, perhaps because Bloom's surname can be easily incorporated into the title of the breakup anthem Swift will write after they split.
Singer Kellie Pickler and actress Valerie Harper have a new cause. See what they had to say when they sat down and talked with In The Foxlight's Michael Tammero in the video above.
Sources are now claiming that Solange Knowles attacked Jay Z because he was planning to attend Rihanna's afterparty instead of heading home with wife Beyonce. Even more sources report that she was "crazy drunk" at the time, although that's kind of a given.
In retaliation for giving out his personal phone number, Adam Levine arranged to have a load of manure dumped on Blake Shelton's truck, because Levine apparently gets all his pranks from the "Back to the Future" franchise.
Alec Baldwin was arrested on Tuesday after going all Alec Baldwin on a traffic cop who busted him for riding his bike against traffic.
"Man of Steel" director Zack Snyder revealed a photo of Batman from the film's upcoming sequel, and yep, that's the unmistakable chin of Ben Affleck, if we know our chins.
— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) May 13, 2014
It was revealed that Channing Tatum will be joining the X-Men as the superhero Gambit. But not in real life. In the movies.
On Tuesday, Dita Von Teese shared an Instagram photo of herself from back when she was an attractive blonde woman, as opposed to the attractive raven-haired woman she currently masquerades as:
The LAPD is trying to determine whether Justin Bieber committed robbery when he allegedly grabbed a woman's phone after she and her daughter (maybe) took his picture with it. We're not so sure about the phone, but we do know he's guilty of robbing their innocence, officers.
TBS has announced that they've signed Conan O'Brian for four more years of late-night monologues and string-dancing.
Prince William hosted a charity dinner at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, and he invited several famous guests including Kate Moss, Benedict Cumberbatch, Emma Watson, and — just in case things got boring — Cara Delevingne and her camera phone.
Dolly Parton revealed on the "Today" show that she's got tattoos somewhere on her body, but that they're mainly there to cover scars. Thankfully, she didn't offer further details.
This Tuesday on Instagram, Kim Kardashian's butt revealed what Kim Kardashian's butt might look like in more wedding-appropriate attire:
The cover art for Mariah Carey's new single "Thirsty" is about as revealing as you might expect.
It's official: Former "American Idol" contestant Clay AIken beat a deceased man in the race for the Second Congressional Seat in the North Carolina Democratic Primary. (In fairness, though, he didn't win by default. He actually had more votes.)
Earlier this week, Madonna Instagrammed a photo of herself in the bathtub, in which a suspicious scar can be seen running behind her ear and down her neck. Some outlets theorize that it's evidence of a facelift, as the only other conclusion is that she just removed some some really tight Croakies:
And finally, Willie Nelson donated his personal collection of memorabilia to the University of Texas, which includes letters and gifts from his famous friends and most loyal fans. In other words, he found a way to re-gift all that crap without coming off like a jerk.