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Hilaria Baldwin's Skimpy Mirror Selfie, Arlington Club's Buttery Steak for Two, and Much, Much More

Chef Laurent Tourondel of New York City's famous steakhouse Arlington Club shows us how to make the Arlington Club côte de boeuf.

 

Here's what's happening out there:

Earlier this week, Hilaria Baldwin shared a mirror selfie in nothing but her underwear, presumably to capture her growing baby bump on camera. But we suspect she wanted to show off more than just her baby bump — we're talkin' about those amazing double sinks! I mean, c'mon! Where else are we supposed to look?

 

Need an idea for dinner? Check out the recipe for Arlington Club's enormous côte de boeuf (aka cowboy steak or rib-eye) in the video above. Not only is it large enough to share, but it's literally painted in a secret crowd-pleasing ingredient. (Spoiler alert: It's butter.)

Perhaps jealous that she bared her naked behind for the cover of Paper magazine, LOVE magazine cleared some room on their February cover for Kim Kardashian's big bare butt. They also uploaded a preview online, but quickly deleted it, possibly beceause they couldn't spare the room on their Instagram feed.

Paris Hilton's cleavage arrived for the Philipp Plein show during Men's Fashion Week in Milan on Saturday (below). Paris may have been there too, though it's harder to tell. We'll let you know if we hear of any (other) developments.

 

@parishilton showing off a new pair, Milan

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Jan 18, 2015 at 10:32am PST

Amazon has announced its intentions to start producing honest-to-goodness theatrically released movies. So now, whenever you buy a month's supply of toilet paper online, you're effectively a executive producer on "Alpha House: The Movie."

On the red carpet at the Berlin premiere of "Mordecai," Johnny Depp remarked to a reporter that "the whole idea" of actors starting bands is "a sickening thing." He then excluded himself from that group, because he only plays with friends' bands. In unrelated news, this link leads to a clip of Johnny playing with his early '90s band P. (Warning: The language is kinda NSFW.)

Peter Mayhew, the actor who portrays Chewbacca in the "Star Wars" franchise, has been hospitalized with pneumonia. We wish we could say this news came as a surprise, but this guy's been growling up sputum for more than 30 years. How did we not see this coming?

During a visit to a school in London on Monday, Kate Middleton remarked that she could already feel her unborn child kicking away in the womb. What she didn't say, however, was that this kid was kicking because even he's sick of feigning interest in yet another school function.

According to Deadline, FOX is considering bringing "The X-Files" back to television. None of the principal cast as officially signed on, but FOX chairman Gary Newman says he's "hopeful." Good luck convincing Gillian Anderson this might happen, though. That Scully never believes anything.

On Tuesday edition of "Good Morning America," musical acts TLC ("Waterfalls," "Creep"), New Kids on the Block ("Step By Step," "The Right Stuff") and Nelly ("Country Grammar," "Hot in Herre") are expected to announce a joint concert tour that you might have bought tickets for if you were around 17 in 2001.

On Monday, Tara Reid uploaded multiple bikini photos to her Instagram account from a beach in Miami (below). And frankly, we're surprised by her actions. If we know one thing about sharknadoes — and we know a lot of things — it's that they frequently strike near coastal areas, and without warning. Get inland, girl!

 

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Jan 19, 2015 at 11:48am PST

Jennifer Aniston appeared on Monday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," where she acknowledged she was snubbed by the Academy for her role in "Cake." She laughed it off, remarking that she was at least "the number-one snubbed" actor for this year's awards, although we're not sure that's true. That little racoon guy in the space movie gave a riveting performance.

And finally, "Extra" correspondent (and former "Saved By the Bell" actor) Mario Lopez told Huffington Post Live that losing his virginity at age 12 (!) shouldn't count, because he "didn't know what [he] was doing." And we're sure that's exactly what he told all of his buddies on the playground the next day.