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On Tuesday night, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal shared somewhat of a budoir video for a new LoveHaus campaign on Instagram (below), in which she seen writhing around — barely clothed — trying to get comfortable on what appears to be a firm, unforgiving mattress. (She needs a Tempur-Pedic, is what she needs.)
Mar 24, 2015 at 7:52pm PDT
"Real Housewives of New York" star LuAnn de Lesseps has been at the forefront of fashion for a long time, so it's no surprise that she finally got around to designing her very own line. Learn more about her new Countess Collection in the video above, complete with LuAnn's tips for finding the perfect pair of jeans.
It was announced on Tuesday that "The X-Files" is coming back to television for a six-episode "event," complete with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in their original roles. So get ready for six more hours of Mulder and Sculler almost jumping into bed together, only to get interrupted by aliens or something.
Tom Hanks and new "Late Late Show" host James Corden hastily re-enacted Hanks' entire film career on Monday's episode (below), revisiting such classics as "Forrest Gump" and "Saving Private Ryan," among others. And since it was just a film retrospective, they conveniently glossed over "Bosom Buddies," which everyone knows as Hanks' finest work.
Hanks was also present at a Tuesday evening Rangers game in NYC, where fellow attendee Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted giving him the crook-eye from a nearby seat (below). It's unknown whether she took offense to something he was saying, or was merely furrowing her brow and thinking, "Hey … Isn't that the guy from 'Bosom Buddies'?"
After the lyrics of the Taylor Swift song "Fifteen" were misquoted in an SAT prep book, Taylor Swift responded on Tumblr with the correct lyrics before jokingly admonishing the publisher with the words, "You had one job, test people. One job." In related news, today's SATs are unfairly biased toward Taylor Swift fans.
In even more related news, Taylor Swift has reportedly licensed her songs for streaming purposes on TIDAL, a music service owned by Jay Z. (Swift famously pulled her music from Spotify late last year.) Users can now pay $19.99 per month to stream most of Swift's catalog, or, you know, they could not and just wait for her songs to come on the radio, which they inevitably will.
Sports Illustrated and Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge is the subject of Maxim magazine's April issue, where she makes her case for their annual "Hot 100" list. Below, she presents Exhibits A and B for consideration, which are — of course — her winning smile and perfect hair.
Universal Studios is unveiling a new ride based on the "Fast & Furious" movies, which will reportedly simulate the feeling of traveling at 120 miles per hour in a multi-passenger tram. Fans of the films might recognize that scenario as never happening in the movies, so hopefully Universal will at least recreate the feeling of having Vin Diesel's hot growly breath on the back of your neck while it's happening.
Unbeknownst to the public until Tuesday, "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm has reportedly completed a 30-day stay at a Connecticut rehab facility to treat alcohol abuse. And all this time, we thought he was just acting like a drunk sociopath on "Mad Men"! (Somebody check his wallet for an old war buddy's fraudulent ID.)
As they do every year, the National Recording Registry has selected 25 culturally relevant recordings to be preserved within the Library of Congress, including whole albums from The Doors, Radiohead and Sly and the Family Stone, but only one song from The Righteous Brothers. So go ahead and throw away all your other Righteous Brothers albums. They've officially been deemed as crap.
"Captain America" actor Chris Evans and "Mortal Instruments" actress Lily Collins were photographed leaving a romantic dinner date in Los Angeles over the weekend, marking the first appearance as a couple after a month of dating. We imagine it took so long to come out as a couple because Evans' super-patriotic self was coming to grips with his attraction to Lily's half-British side.
And finally, according to Deadline, "American Sniper" actor Bradley Cooper might be making his directorial debut with a remake of "A Star is Born," because Lord knows we need another retelling of that story after the many decreasingly successful versions that already found their way into theaters.