Here's what's happening out there:
• The other day on Instagram, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Irina Shayk posted a bikini selfie next to a donkey who looks less than thrilled to be included in the snapshot (above). Then again, anybody who poses next to Irina Shayk in a bikini is bound to come out looking like crap, so we guess we can't really blame him.
• While returning home from an outing on Sunday evening, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, reportedly rammed open a set of locked gates with his $112,000 Range Rover rather than drive a mile out of his way to the nearest proper entrance. Because after all, what fun is being stupid rich if you can't act stupid and rich every once in a while?
• Despite 2008's widely-criticized installment, Disney announced on Tuesday that Steven Spielberg will direct a fifth "Indiana Jones" film with Harrison Ford in the lead role. The project doesn't have a name quite yet, but hey, here's a suggestion: "Indiana Jones and the Terrible Idea."
• Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have been sharing swimsuit pics from their tropical getaway, including one photo that pictures the two kissing during their romantic retreat (below). Then again, how romantic can it really be, especially considering they needed to drag around a third person to capture this moment:
• Mariah Carey has signed on to star in an unscripted docu-series for the E! Network called "Mariah's World." But despite sounding exactly like a reality show, Carey reportedly refuses to describe the project as "a reality show." So if that's how she wants to play it, she can't be upset if future critics refuse to describe her next musical effort as a "an album."
• Laura Prepon's new book "The Stash Plan" debuted in the tenth position on the New York Times Bestseller list, which officially makes the "Orange is the New Black" actress a best-selling author. And to think, she didn't even have to shiv nobody or nothin'!
• "Princess Diaries" director Garry Marshall confirmed to People magazine that Anne Hathaway will reprise her role in a third installment of his family film franchise. Marshall didn't elaborate on any story elements this sequel will cover, but since it's tentative title is still "Princess Diaries 3," it's safe to assume that Hathaway's character is still only a princess, and that her grandmother, the queen, has yet to keel over.
• 20th Century Fox has debuted the first trailer for "Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children," which, being a Tim Burton film, naturally features a creepy young girl who eats food through the back of her head:
• And finally, after a few erratic performances during the Australian leg of her "Rebel Heart" tour, Madonna took to Twitter to deny rumors that she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, writing, "I could never do any of my shows drunk or high." But considering her fans haven't exactly been thrilled with her performances, maybe she should reconsider? It might make for a much better show.