Here's what everybody's gabbing about:
• Sports Illustrated cover model Ashley Graham went pretty much nude for the cover of Maxim magazine's April issue (above), which hits newsstands on April 5th. Also hitting newsstands on April 5th? A bunch of pervy dudes who wanna see Ashley Graham pretty much nude.
• Speaking of Sports Illustrated cover models, we recently asked Hannah Davis about her controversial Swimsuit Issue cover shot back from 2015 (). Watch the clip below to learn how she chose her pose, but only if you haven't yet grown tired of the various supermodels we keep throwing at you:
• After separating last July, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick shared a silly video on Snapchat to announce that (maybe?) they're getting back together. Whether true or not, it certainly seems like Kourtney is ready to forgive Scott for his alleged infidelities, and that Scott is ready to commit to Kourtney after getting the chance to date a woman who looks just like her younger sister.
• "24" actor Kiefer Sutherland has released a music video for his first country single, a slow ballad called "Not Enough Whiskey" (below). In it, Kiefer laments that there's not enough whiskey — perhaps in the world — to help him through a breakup. It's probably enough whiskey to convince him to jump into a Christmas tree, though.
• According to E! News, Justin Bieber had planned to win back Selena Gomez with an "extravagant" date night after one of his recent concerts, but changed his mind at the last minute. E! can't confirm why Justin canceled his post-concert plans, though we're starting to wonder if it had anything to do with the thousands of nubile groupies in that night's audience.
• Actress Jessica Lowndes, 27, and comedian Jon Lovitz, 58, recently announced that they'd gotten engaged, but later revealed the whole thing was just a hoax to promote Lowndes NSFW music video. We suppose we're supposed to laugh or something, but we're too busy returning their engagement gift to Crate & Barrell.
• Just one week after releasing the first trailer for "Lego Batman," Warner Bros. has released a second trailer (below) that also happens to serve as an effective marketing tool for the official Wayne Manor playset they'll soon try to sell your kids:
• Sean "Diddy" Combs (formerly known as "Puff Daddy," "Puffy" and "P. Diddy") announced on Monday that he's opening a public charter school in Harlem. He plans to call it "The Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School," but knowing Combs, we fully expect he'll eventually shorten that to "The Puff Aca-Diddy-my" or something like that.
• And finally, Elton John is being sued by a former security guard who claims that the "Rocket Man" composer repeatedly groped him, and even asked him to take his "todger" (i.e., penis) out of his pants. So no matter what comes of this lawsuit, at least we all now know what "todger" means.