Here's what's happening out there:
• On Wednesday, actress and fitness-gear guru Kate Hudson wished her Instagram followers a happy humpday via a photo of herself watering the lawn in a bikini. So on behalf of all her followers, we'd just like to say thank you, Kate. Your scantily clad body really gave us that extra oomph to finish those expense reports we've been putting off.
• Speaking of people who belong in bikinis, we recently interviewed Sports Illustrated swimsuit siren Nina Agdal on her beginnings in the industry, her supermodel diet, and what it was like shooting the super sexy cover of the 2013 issue. (Granted, she was only wearing half a bikini on that day, but you'll get the idea):
• According to sources for Us Weekly, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's marriage fell apart in February, when Gwen discovered that Gavin had been carrying on an affair with their kids' nanny for three whole years. Furthermore, it was the couple's other nanny who ratted him out, so we're guessing Gwen has really mixed feelings about nannies right about now.
• Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2," the sequel to Nia Vardalos' wildly successful 2003 film. But quite puzzlingly, the story seems to concern Toula's "s'mothering" approach to parenting her college-age daughter, who, by our math, should only be like 11, tops:
• After only two weeks in theaters (and only $2.2 million in revenue), Universal Pictures has reportedly pulled its poorly reviewed "Jem and The Holograms" film from all but about 50 theaters in North America. So if you're a "Jem" fan and you haven't yet seen the film, chances are you don't even exist.
• Bravo announced on Wednesday that they're expanding their "Real Housewives" franchise to include "The Real Housewives of Dallas" and "The Real Housewives of Potomac." But frankly, we don't care where Bravo films their new shows, so long as they keep delivering quality entertainment and footage of people using their own prosthetic legs as projectiles:
• Andy White, the Scottish musician who played drums on the Beatles' U.S. version of "Love Me Do," and who was sometimes referred to as "the fifth Beatle," passed away on Monday at the age of 85. In related news, there sure are a whole lotta "fifth Beatles" out there, aren't there?
• And finally, reality star Tamar Braxton ("Braxton Family Values") has reportedly had to quit "Dancing With the Stars" after learning she has blood clots in her lungs. This makes Braxton the second star (after Kim Zolciak) to withdraw from the competition for health reasons this season alone, which can only mean one thing: Bindi Irwin is really resorting to some ruthless tactics to win this thing.