Aug 9, 2015 at 8:59am PDT
Here's what's happening out there:
• Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoel was photographed topless for V magazine's "Best of the Best" issue (above), on newstands September 10th. Also photographed for V's "Best of the Best" issue was model/actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who, we should mention, was also topless. Is it just us, or does anyone else think V is confusing the word "best" with "breast"?
• Speaking of Candice, we sat down for an interview with the gorgeous Angel right after her VS Fashion Show in December to ask about her favorite sexy look from the runway. See what it was in the clip below, but don't expect anything topless, OK? (We're looking at you, V magazine.)
• Despite once dismissing the idea as "crazy talk," Bill Murray will reportedly be making an appearance in Paul Feig's upcoming "Ghostbusters" reboot starring Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy. However, it's possible he merely wandered onto the set by accident and figured, "What the heck? I've got no plans today." (After all, that's kind of his M.O.)
• In a new interview with Marie Claire, Miley Cyrus called out Taylor Swift for glorifying guns in her "Bad Blood" video. "And I’m a bad role model because I’m running around with my t-----s out?” she asked. Miley was actually making a good point, at least until she reminded readers that she also sings about psychedelic drugs, and they all remembered why they let their kids watch Taylor Swift videos instead.
• Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen temporary stepped in as the temporary weatherperson at a local news channel in Houston last week. She couldn't figure out what day it was and genuinely seemed surprised by the temperature (below), but she was entertaining, so she's got our support for a permanent position. We can get the weather on our phones anyhow.
Aug 6, 2015 at 11:31am PDT
• The creator of "American Horror Story" has revealed Lady Gaga's role in the upcoming season, explaining that she'll be playing "a very wealthy social doyenne who is consumed with art and fashion." Or, in simpler terms, she'll be playing Lady Gaga.
• Stephen Colbert announced on Friday that his first "Late Show" guest will be none other than actor/director George Clooney. Viewers will have to wait until September 8th to see the interview, but it should be well worth it: A month is more than enough time for Colbert to come up with a few good Clooney zingers that haven't already been used in late-night monologues a thousand times over.
• Former "Jackass" and "Wildboyz" star Steve-O was arrested on Sunday night in Hollywood for climbing a construction crane to set off fireworks in protest of SeaWorld (see clips below). Inexplicably, however, he was fully clothed and not wearing his signature man-thong, which surely would've garnered more attention.
• Former professional football player and sports commentator Frank Gifford passed away on Sunday. While he reportedly died "suddenly," the cause of death was said to be natural causes. He was 84.
• And finally, "Fuller House" and "Grandfathered" star John Stamos revealed that he tried to get the Olsen twins fired during the early years of "Full House" because they cried too much. And according to Stamos, it worked: The Olsens were briefly replaced before producers hired them back. (Kinda makes you wonder how many "Uncle Joeys" Stamos vetoed before begrudgingly allowing producers to hire Dave Coulier.)