Dec 1, 2015 at 2:33pm PST
Here's what everybody's gabbing about:
• Footwear company Stuart Weitzman has debuted a new ad featuring Joan Smalls, Gigi Hadid and Lily Aldridge, all of whom are completely nude save for a pair of Stuart Weitzman heels (above). We don't know about you, but we're starting to think Stuart Weitzman's first passion was never really shoes.
• Then again, going nude is pretty much a requirement for models these days. Just ask Nina Agdal, who posed in nothing but bodypaint for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Watch the video below to learn more, then decide for yourself if it's stranger to advertise shoes or swimwear with naked women:
• After revealing last week that her unborn baby had settled into a breech position, Kim Kardashian has reportedly undergone a successful yet excruciating procedure to reposition the fetus. According to Kim, it was even more painful than childbirth, which sounds about right considering the tiny human who was doing somersaults in her internal organs.
• Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for their Hank Williams biopic "I Saw the Light," starring rumored couple Tom Hiddleston and Elisabeth Olsen as Williams and his first wife Audrey. But according to a new rumor, Olsen may have just dumped Hiddleston, so it's a good thing they'll be embarking on a long press tour together for this very film!
• Former "Friends" actress Courteney Cox and her fiance Johnny McDaid (of the band Snow Patrol) have reportedly broken up after getting engaged a year and a half ago. So right about now, we're guessing she really regrets divorcing Chandler to be with this McDaid fella.
• In an interview with Cosmopolitan, newly divorced country singer Miranda Lambert is urging fans not to "pick a side" after her split from Blake Shelton. However, we imagine Cosmo's readers are having a tough time remaining disloyal to the woman in the skintight plunging dress:
• According to Page Six, Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill is now refusing to sign autographs or take pictures with fans, and is instead handing out business cards that read "I just met Jonah Hill. It was a total letdown." But as anyone who's seen "The Watch" can attest, being "let down" after a Jonah Hill sighting isn't an entirely new phenomenon.
• Netflix has released yet another trailer for "A Very Murray Christmas," which is jokingly presented here as an all-star Christmas album (below). It's funny and all, but mark our words: If we start streaming this thing and it turns out George Clooney doesn't sing Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Santa Clause Wants Some Lovin'," we'll throw a fit:
• And finally, the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures has named "Mad Max: Fury Road" as 2015's best film, which is really saying something considering the year isn't over yet, and especially considering 2015 was also the year of box-office powerhouses "Mortdecai" and "Hot Tub Time Machine 2."