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Gwen Stefani modeled an item from her L.A.M.B/Hanky Panky underwear line on Tuesday (below), uploading the photo to Instagram where it garnered almost 40K "likes." (That Instagram picture of your homemade scones, however, is still disliked by all.)
Despite rumors that she was fired after a fallout with "Glee" actress Lea Michele, Naya Rivera will still be appearing in the show's sixth season, though not as a series regular. So expect Rivera to be very irregular next year.
Courtney Love will be joining the cast of "Sons of Anarchy" for its final season, but so far, it's only been revealed that she'll be playing a pre-school teacher. Surprisingly, the term "meth-addled" has not (yet) been used to describe this teacher character.
Rosie O'Donnell is probably re-joining "The View" in the wake of Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shephard's departures, but only on the grounds that no more reality stars be hired as co-hosts. Sorry, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino!
Pamela Anderson is getting divorced from husband Rick Saloman for the second time. But as anybody who's been married and divorced to the same person twice can tell you, the second one never sticks.
On Tuesday in New York City, Rihanna literally wore a nightgown out to watch the World Cup match between Germany and Brazil. But in her defense, watching other people run around and expend energy for 90 minutes sure makes a gal feel tired!
After a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest, Khloe Kardashian likened her sister Kim to Marcia Brady, mostly because she felt that Kim stole all of Seacrest's attention, and not at all because she probably wants to pop Kim square in the nose:
A man who claims to be Angelina Jolie's former drug dealer came forward with a video, reportedly from the late '90s, in which Jolie is pacing her apartment while looking strung-out, though still better than most of us on an average day.
In honor of his first birthday, Vanity Fair granted Prince George the cover of their August issue alongside parents Will and Kate. And if we remember our first birthday correctly, we got a stuffed hippo!
George Clooney has lashed out at the Daily Mail for publishing a story about his fiancee's mother opposing their marriage. They've since apologized for their "inaccurate" story, but they should probably send him a fruit basket, too. At least that would be the classy thing to do.
Garth Brooks has canceled all of his planned "comeback" concerts in Ireland after a dispute with the Dublin City Council, which is presumably comprised of folks who prefer the groovy bar anthems of Big & Rich.
And finally, the man who began a KickStarter campaign to fund his batch of potato salad (for which he requested only $10) has so far raised more than $57,000, or just enough to make some really good potato salad. (The kind with those purple potatoes, maybe!)