This is what's happening:
• A few days ago, Kim Kardashian shared a photo of her sisters Kourtney and Kendall wearing matching button-up shirts and no pants, with a caption simply reading "Twins" (below). But since Kendall is clearly 18 feet taller than her sister Kourtney, we imagine Kim meant "twins" not in any literal sense, but more of the Danny Devito/Arnold Schwarzenegger sense.
May 15, 2015 at 6:48pm PDT
• A lot of us here at FNM love Elvis, but we can't compare to "Real Housewives of New York" star Kristen Taekman. During a recent interview, Taekman revealed an impressive obsession with The King, as well as the chaste activities she would've planned had they ever met. Watch the video above to find out what she has in mind.
• Maxim magazine has released their annual Hot List, and to probably no one's surprise, Taylor Swift is sitting pretty in the top spot (below). And, judging by the issue's cover photo, Swift herself is probably the least surprised of everyone involved with this thing.
May 18, 2015 at 6:11am PDT
• Taylor Swift also won a total of eight awards at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards — including honors for Top Artist and Top Billboard 200 Album — and in doing so, she became the "most decorated" Billboard winner with an overall total of 20 trophies, narrowly edging out Garth Brooks' 19. Hopefully, Trisha Yearwood comforted her ousted husband with a tortellini-stuffed quiche. He likes those.
• Swift's star-studded video for "Bad Blood" also premiered at the Billboard awards (below). Its plot concerns Swift being wronged by Selena Gomez, and then assembling a team of gun-toting, knife-weilding, supermodel assassins to exact revenge, only for all of them to stand idly by while Taylor and Selena have a slap-fight at the finale:
• One final note on the Billboard awards: Kendall Jenner and her sister Kylie were audibly booed during their introduction of Kanye West's performance at the Billboard Music Awards we mentioned earlier. It's also possible the audience all joined in on a spur-of-the-minute chant of "You both look so BYOOOtiful tonight!" But no; no it isn't. They were booed.
• On Sunday, Playboy cover model () Gia Genevieve Instagrammed a photo of herself wandering the streets in nothing but some lingerie (below). Wait, we guess that's not entirely true — she also brought along a light spring jacket. After all, you can't walk around outside in lingerie without something to keep your shoulders warm. That's just silly.
May 17, 2015 at 2:40pm PDT
• A Maton Mastersound guitar used by George Harrison during a string of concerts in 1963 sold for a whopping $485,000 at auction last Friday. If you're a Beatles fan looking for more of a bargain, however, keep your eyes peeled for Ringo Starr's next garage sale. He seems like he'd be more willing to haggle.
• Sunday's finale of "Mad Men" hosted the debut of the first trailer for "Steve Jobs" (below), a movie directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle, written by Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin and starring Oscar-nominee Michael Fassbender. So if you only have time to watch only one movie about a guy named Steve starring a handsome actor, it should probably be this one, and not 2009's "All About Steve" with Bradley Cooper.
• In an interview with London's The Sun, "Star Trek" actor Simon Pegg inadvertently revealed that Daniel Craig will have a cameo in the upcoming "Star Wars" sequel, but we won't see his face because he's presumably playing a costumed stormtrooper. But in that case, we're in the new "Star Wars" sequel too. You just can't see our faces because we're in full Chewbacca garb.
• While performing in Vancouver last Thursday, U2 guitarist The Edge accidentally fell of the stage during a rendition of the band's 1987 hit "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" — or at least we think it was an accident. Maybe U2 finally found what they were looking for, which was a really fast shortcut to the floor.
• And finally, Alan Thicke's wife, Tanya Callou, recently told Us Weekly that she and Alan sometimes get it on to his son Robin Thicke's music, specifically the tune "Sex Therapy." "You have to admit, it's a great song to get in the mood," she remarked, presumably oblivious to sounds of vomiting coming from everyone at Us Weekly headquarters.