Here's what all the fuss is about:
Remember how Trace Adkins wife Rhonda filed for divorce? According to The Daily Mail, it was because the low-voiced country crooner frequently cheated on Rhonda and began a flirty relationship over Twitter.
A friend of the Bonas family claims that Prince Harry and Cressida's engagement announcement will come "sooner than many people think." Oh yeah, Bonas family friend? What if we think it's today? WHAT IF WE THINK IT'S TODAY, HUH?!?
David Letterman announced his impending retirement from "The Late Show" on Thursday, saying that he'll be stepping down sometime in 2015. CBS has yet to name a successor (if we had to guess, it's probably going to be someone named Jimmy), or whether Dave's disturbing 1987 interview with Crispin Glover had anything to do with his decision:
Snooki isn't content to unleash merely a single spawn upon the coastlines of Jersey, seeing as she and fiance Jionni LaValle have comfirmed that they're expecting yet another bundle of joy.
We've got a feeling that Golf Digest doesn't sell well when they put actual golfers on it. Why else would they be featuring a sexy pic of Paulina Gretzky — all bare-midriffed and definitely not in regulation golfing attire — on their cover?
Kaley Cuoco of "The Big Bang Theory" told Cosmopolitan magazine that getting breast implants at 18 was "the best decision" she ever made. Every twitchy teenage boy in her senior class probably agreed.
We keep hearing that Jennifer Lopez "outbid" her ex-lover Sean Combs (Puff Daddy) to buy the cable music channel Fuse, but the group that really outbid Puffy was NuvoTV, which JLo merely owns a minority stake in.
Oscar-winning actress Holly Hunter will lend her talents and her distinct almost-lispy-but-not-quite voice to the upcoming "Man of Steel" sequel, where she'll be playing a character specifically created for the film.
Katy Perry released the cover art for her single "Birthday" on Thursday. The artwork features an old photo of Perry and her sister enjoying (superimposed) cake at a celebration, as well as the worst Photoshop work we've ever seen:
— Katy Perry (@katyperry) April 3, 2014
On Wednesday's "The Howard Stern Show," Nick Cannon claimed that wife Mariah Carey "[doesn't] even know who Kim Kardashian is," which suggests one of two things: that Mariah doesn't consider Kim to be anywhere in the same league as she; or that Mariah is so far gone that she thinks Kim is some kind of cartoon character. Both theories are equally possible.
Actor Bryan Cranston has announced that he will be writing a memoir focusing on his "Breaking Bad" years. Unfortunately, he's yet to announce a memoir focusing on his Tim Whatley years:
The mayor of Manly (an actual place in Australia) is planning to present Prince George with a surfboard when he and his family visit this month, because the Mayor of Manly apparently cannot think of a single gift more appropriate for a nine-month-old child.
Speaking of George, a crowd at the Justin Timberlake concert in London didn't immediately get that the singer was referencing the little prince when he toasted to "the new baby" on stage, so they fell into a quiet hush. Probably because they, like rational folk, thought he was announcing his wife's pregnancy. Thankfully, he clarified with, "George, you mother******s!"
And finally, Queen Elizabeth II visited the Vatican on Thursday, bearing gifts of whiskey and honey for Pope Francis, who evidently prefers something stronger than Sacramental wine every once in a while.