Celebrity News

Elsa and Martha's Topless Hike, Chandler Bing's Prior Commitments, and Much, Much More

Here's what's happening out there:

• The other day on Instagram, Victoria's Secret models Elsa Hosk and Martha Hunt both shared sexy shapshots from Malibu (above), where they're apparently embarking on topless morning hikes through the hills. You know, just like you and your friends do!

• Speaking of Elsa, we here at Fox News Magazine once asked the Swedish stunner about her favorite fatty foods. Watch the video below to learn what she craves, as well as the workout regimen that allows her to indulge those cravings. (After all, topless morning hikes can only burn so many calories.)

• Matthew Perry will not be participating in the much-hyped "Friends" reunion planned for NBC's tribute to sitcom director James Burrows in February. Perry's representative claims he'll be too busy preparing for a play in London, but we think everybody knows the real reason he's avoiding his old stomping grounds: Janice.

• Paramount Pictures has released a creepy trailer for "10 Cloverfield Lane," a somewhat secretive film from J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot production company (below). Abrams himself describes the film as a "blood relative" of the 2008 monster film "Cloverfield," but let's be real here: It clearly looks more like a "conjoined-twin" to the hatch episode from his ABC series "Lost."

• Next spring, Broadway is planning to debut a new musical comedy focusing on the professional lives and rivalry between Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. The production will be titled "Nerds: A Musical Dot-Comedy," likely because "Rich Old Guys" was a little too on-the-nose.

• On the day following his untimely passing, David Bowie broke Adele's record for most VEVO video views in a 24-hour period with a staggering 51 million views. (Adele only managed 36 million.) His latest video for "Lazarus" is said to be responsible for more than 11 million of those, and maybe several of the nightmares you've been having all week:

• In an interview with Yahoo!, Gwyneth Paltrow said that she does allow her children to eat refined sugar from time to time. "We have organic snacks and we have Oreos too!" she told the site, while cleverly neglecting to mention how many Himalayan detox teas she requires the kids to ingest after each cookie.

• The Recording Academy has announced they'll be honoring Run-D.M.C. with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Grammy Awards in February. But at the moment, it's still unclear if they're honoring the group solely for their music, or if they're also acknowledging Run's long-running efforts to annoy the bejesus out of his own wife:

• "Ghost Town" singer Adam Lambert has joined the cast of FOX's TV remake of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." He'll be playing Eddie, the lobotomized motorcyclist who gets murdered with an ice pick and eaten before a ceremonial alien orgy. (Sounds like a fun one to watch with the whole family!)

• And finally, music manager and singer René Angélil — who was also the husband of recording artist Celine Dion — passed away on Thursday after a long battle with throat cancer. He was 73.