Here's all the gossip you may have missed:
Kate Middleton reportedly has hired a "female minder," whose sole job is to prevent another wardrobe malfunction like the scandal of last week. In other words, Kate Middleton is now paying somebody to follow her around and stare at her butt.
Scout Willis is speaking out on her topless twitter photos and why she strolled around NYC last week bare-chested. In fact, she's penned a column about that.
On Sunday, Kylie Jenner shared a racy bikini/lingerie pic on Instagram, which was "liked" more than 650,000 times by people who aren't ashamed of ogling a 16-year-old.
In an interview with Us Weekly, Miranda Lambert again discussed her weight struggles and claimed, "There's still nothing I love more than a bag of Cheetos," though she failed to mention whether she prefers Crunchy Cheetos or Puffs. CRUNCHY CHEETOS OR PUFFY CHEETOS, MIRANDA?!?
Rumer Willis wore a cut-out dress to the premiere of her new film "The Odd Way Home." However, despite showing her stomach, Rumer is still miles away from topping her sister Scout's topless Twitter shenanigans.
A burglar stole Miley Cyrus' $100K Maserati while she was out of the country, presumably along with several of her lewd stage props and ratty leotards in the back seat.
While sunbathing on a Miami beach, tennis star Serena Williams crashed a nearby wedding in her leopard-print swimsuit. Most of the guests were pretty psyched, except for maybe the kid on the lower left of the below photo. He's angry because nobody told him swimsuits were acceptable attire.
Ann B. Davis, who played housekeeper Alice on "The Brady Bunch," died on Sunday morning after suffering a nasty fall in her home. She was 88.
In case you're not yet convinced that Justin Bieber is a little jerk who doesn't deserve his fame, an old video recently surfaced in which the Biebs he tells a racist joke and uses the n-word several times. So now he's in apologize-mode.
Like Jennifer Lawrence and Pamela Anderson before her, Kaley Cuoco of "The Big Bang Theory" finally broke down and got a pixie cut, as per the secret Hollywood rules governing the appearance of vaguely blonde actresses.
A U.S. Army Green Beret took Gwyneth Paltrow to task for likening online criticism to war. In related news, we'll be changing the title of our upcoming "War on Zits" featurette.
During an interview with People magazine, Dolly Parton hinted at the reason she never had kids, explaining that she spent many of her formative years raising younger siblings like they were her own.
That touring adaptation of "Jesus Christ Superstar" starring Johnny Rotten, Michelle Williams and Brandon Boyd from Incubus has been canceled a week before it was scheduled to debut. "Oh no!" said Rotten, Williams and Boyd, and maybe about a dozen other people who were depending on that paycheck.
Brad Pitt referred to himself as "a farmer now" in the June issue of Wine Spectator magazine. Yet, curiously, he's not wearing overalls and chewing on a piece of hay in his cover photo. (Some farmer you are, Brad)
The latest incarnation of "The Arsenio Hall Show" has been canceled, almost two decades to the day that his first show left the air. One wonders if the network did this purposely, perhaps in an attempt to induce the most painful case of deja vu ever known to man.
Actresses Blake Lively and Amber Heard are rumored to be competing for the role of the Bond girl in the next Bond film. We don't want to play favorites or anything, but we'd choose the blonde with the nice face. (But the other blonde with the nice face is pretty good too.)
Halle Berry was honored with the Global Icon award at this year's Hauding Film Awards (basically China's version of the Oscars), which was held in Los Angeles, oddly enough.
And finally, a swimwear company called Swimsuits For All recreated the cover photo of 2014's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, but with plus-size models. That's all well and fine, but until they recreate the cover with cute kittens or dogs playing poker, the internet will never truly be satisfied.