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Charlotte McKinney's Busty Selfie, Jay Leno's Substitute Monologue, and Much, Much More

 

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Oct 6, 2015 at 8:47pm PDT

Here's what's going on out there:

• Actress, GUESS model and Carl's Jr. spokeswoman Charlotte McKinney shared an extremely busty selfie on Instagram late Tuesday night, presumably from the set of an upcoming photoshoot (above). But then again, when you're Charlotte McKinney, every selfie is probably going to be an extremely busty one.

• Speaking of McKinney, the blonde bombshell recently stopped by FNM studios to tell us all about her beginnings as a model, and how GUESS helped her embrace being a "beautiful curvy girl" while other brands wanted her to "tone down" her curves. (The monsters!) Watch the video below to learn more, and stay tuned to see some sizzling shots from her GUESS campaigns:

• After pretending to suffer a pulled hamstring, Jimmy Fallon had Jay Leno deliver the opening monologue on Tuesday night's episode of "The Tonight Show" (below). What's more, Leno was just as good as ever, appearing to relish the opportunity a little too much. So we'd be careful if we were you, Jimmy; don't stand too close to a cruise-ship railing while Leno is around, OK?

• In honor of John Lennon's birthday later this week, Yoko Ono tried to organize the world's largest human peace sign (humans arranged in the shape of a peace sign) in Central Park. She ultimately failed by a margin of 3,000 people; however, Ono did succeed in organizing the largest group of Beatles fans who aren't still upset with Yoko Ono.

• Taylor Swift, the woman who singlehandedly changed Apple Music's policy on paying royalties, has publicly shared a list of 11 "songs that will make your life more awesome" on Instagram (below). So if you're literally any other musician than the ones listed below, it's time to pack up your bags and leave the record industry. (You've had a good run, but it's over.)

 

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Oct 6, 2015 at 8:09pm PDT

• Despite earlier reports that neither parent was invited to Isabella Cruise's wedding, Page Six is reporting that Tom Cruise was in fact present for his daughter's nuptuals, but Nicole Kidman was kept in the dark because it was a secret Scientology ceremony. Kidman shouldn't feel too bad, though, because if history is any indication, somebody probably taped the ceremony for an upcoming exposé on HBO.

• Universal Pictures has released a fake trailer for "Jaws 19" (below) to coincide with the 30th anniversary re-release of the "Back to the Future" franchise, which once promised us a "Jaws 19" by 2015. It's pretty funny, but we'd be lying if we said we weren't saddened by the notion that someone at Universal Pictures thought up the idea of a "RoboJaws" and never actually pitched it.

• In an effort to attract new viewers, the cable channel currently known as ABC Family will reportedly be rebranding itself as Freeform come January. However, according to the president of ABC Family, the programming lineup will remain largely the same, much to the disappointment of your freeform-jazz-loving brother Hank.  

• Pixar has released another trailer for "The Good Dinosaur," their newest animated adventure (below). In addition to laying out the plot, this latest preview answers the question, "What if dinosaurs were ilke people and people were like dogs?", and also, "How will a Pixar film make you cry, once again, in front of a theater full of people?"

• And finally, Will Smith is reportedly planning his return to rap, revealing in a radio interview that he's recorded new songs for an upcoming world tour with DJ Jazzy Jeff. Fans of Smith's music are undoubtedly thrilled by the news, but we're guessing nobody — we mean nobody — is more excited than Jazzy Jeff, specifically about the prospect of earning a paycheck again.