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Elizabeth Hurley's Throwback Pic, George Clooney's Crappy Proposal, and Much, Much More

Here's what's happening out there:

• The other day on Instagram, "Royals" actress Elizabeth Hurley shared a throwback bikini photo from her breast cancer awareness campaign with Estée Lauder (above). And we'd just like to say, we admire Hurley's efforts to raise awareness for breast cancer in addition to merely raising awareness for her own breasts.

• Speaking of Hurley, we once asked the English actress how she stays so youthful and gorgeous. Not only was she willing to spill her secrets, but she had some pretty amazing advice! Watch the video below to hear what it was, but only once you're done ogling her latest Instagram post. (Take your time.)

• George Clooney recently explained on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that when he first tried to propose to Amal, she thought he was merely showing her a ring that someone else had misplaced in his home. In Amal's defense, though, Clooney's house is probably littered with the hastily-discarded wedding rings of the unfulfilled wives he's met in the past.

• Playboy is getting ready to debut its first non-nude issue, which will instead feature photos of social media stars (like Sarah McDaniel, below) staged to look like they're sexy selfies for Snapchat or Instagram. But fans will have to wait until the mag hits newsstands to see if Playboy still plans on charging $7 per issue, or if they're lowering their prices to compete with Snapchat and Instagram's already-low price of "free."

• As revealed in Rolling Stone, Johnny Depp's rock supergroup Hollywood Vampires (which also includes Alice Cooper and Aerosmith's Joe Perry) will be performing at this year's Grammy Awards, where they'll play an original song called "As Bad As I Am" and also pay tribute to late Motörhead singer Lemmy Kilmister. (Alright, Johnny, we get it. You're totally rock and roll, OK?)

• In an interview on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr. revealed that he "absolutely" thinks his "Jerry Maguire" co-star Tom Cruise has had some work done on his face. In related news, you and Cuba Gooding Jr. now have something in common besides your sparkling eyes.

• Spike TV is reportedly planning a new series called "Caraoke Showdown," during which "Office" actor Craig Robinson will drive around, pick up unsuspecting passengers, and then challenge them to an on-the-spot karaoke battle for cash and prizes. So it's kind of like "Cash Cab," but with an extra, humiliating element for any contestants who happen to be tone-deaf.

• Jessica Alba told Cosmopolitan magazine that for most of her life, she's identified more with her "masculine side" and often felt "like an impostor" when she was being marketed as girly. That said, any of our readers who lusted after Jessica Alba's in their formative years should feel extra shameful right about now.

• And finally, in triply depressing news, this past week marked the death of three beloved entertainers: Earth, Wind & Fire founding member Maurice White; professional BMX biker and TV personality Dave Mirra; and social media star and Playboy model Katie May. (White passed after a battle with Parkinson's at age 74; Mirra of an apparent suicide at 41; and May of a stroke at 34.)

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