Here's what's happening out there:
• The other day on Instagram, SI swimsuit model Kyra Santoro shared a photo of herself modeling yet another swimsuit, which — as she explains — is available through Revel Rey Swimwear (above). Unfortunately, though, she neglected to mention where we can get one of those obnoxiously large body pillows, which is what we really want.
• In related news, we recently interviewed Santoro right after her very first appearance in Sports Illustrated. then watch the clip below to learn why she bought up every copy in the greater Los Angeles area:
• In an interview with People, world-renowned supermodel Gisele Bündchen revealed that, at age 14, people used to tell her she'd never land the cover of a fashion magazine. ("I remember some people telling me my nose was too big or my eyes were too small," she said.) In related news, some people are freaking awful.
• Open Road Films has released the first trailer for Oliver Stone's new film "Snowden," which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden (below). And judging by the overly throaty "serious" voice that Gordon-Levitt chose to use, it's clear he's really gunning for an Oscar in this one:
• According to Us Weekly, Kelly Ripa might quit "Live With Kelly and Michael" unless Bravo's Andy Cohen or CNN's Anderson Cooper replaces Michael Strahan as her co-host. But for Kelly's sake, we hope she didn't just give ABC the idea to fire her and green-light a fun new daytime series called "Live With Andy and Ande!"
• Earlier this week on Instagram, Miley Cyrus debuted a new tattoo that she mistakenly believed to be Jupiter despite its Saturn-like rings and appearance (below). Knowing this, we can only imagine what Cyrus thought she was getting when she inked a tiny bow-legged homunculus into her wrist (upper right). Uranus, maybe?
• During a recent radio interview, "Grandfathered" actor John Stamos joked that he uses a secret sexual technique called "the Stamos Straddler" in order to help seduce ladies. We bet it also doesn't hurt that he looks just like John Stamos, though.
• And finally, NBC has announced that Derek Hough and Martin Short have joined the cast of their upcoming musical production of "Hairspray Live," where Hough will likely display his impressive talent for dance, and Short will hopefully display his impressive talent for using hairspray: