Here's what everybody's talking about today:
Tuesday evening on Instagram, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo (and wife of Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine) shared a photo from the upcoming VS Swim Special (below), and we can safely say she's the leggiest person we've ever seen outside of Mike "Legs" McGuinness, the stilt-walker who once greeted us at the Harrison-Dixley Auto Mall back when we bought our last car:
At a recent New York City event, Bethenny Frankel launched two new flavors of Skinnygirl beverages: Pinot Noir and Spicy Lime Margarita. Watch the video above to learn more about each, as well as Frankel's favorite method for downing a margarita.
To promote Comedy Central's upcoming roast of Justin Bieber, the channel released a short video featuring Bieber, shirtless, getting pelted with eggs (below). It's meant to be a reference to Bieber's egg-throwing incident in early 2014, but it's also a clever metaphor for the event itself, with the yolks acting as the mean-spirited jokes, and Beiber acting as some jerk getting pelted with eggs.
On Tuesday, AMC announced that the suit, fedora and bar cart used by Don Draper on their hit series "Mad Men" will be donated to the permanent collection of The Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., presumably because each item has seen enough boozing, schmoozing and philandering for several generations to come.
Jessica Simpson shared a photo from her and husband Eric Johnson's date night on Tuesday (below), and in it, she looks skinnier than ever. We can only assume this is due to her preference for drinking purple-tinged water when out at a restaurant, as opposed to any discernible foodstuff:
George R. R. Martin, the author of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series on which "Game of Thrones" is based, claims that HBO's producers are planning to kill off some of the recurring characters who actually survive in his books. So apparently, our bloodlust for fantastical murder has grown exponentially since the show first debuted.
On Tuesday night's episode of "The Tonight Show," Taylor Swift and Jimmy Fallon fake-reminisced about their numerous "dance cam" appearances at various New York sporting events (below). It's a fun watch, sure, but it's also quite telling: Even in their pretend-lives, they still get the best possible seats:
"Fifty Shades of Grey" star Dakota Johnson told Glamour UK that she "stole lots of underwear" from the set of the film because they were comfortable. Oddly enough, we can kind of identify; we used to steal underwear from our first job at Macy's, but that was because we were hopeless, hopeless kleptomaniacs.
Speaking of "Fifty Shades," an insider on the film claims that director Sam Taylor-Johnson is looking for a way out of helming the sequels because she frequently clashed with the book's author, E.L. James, on the set. "It needs more slow, tedious dialogue!" we can imagine James yelling from the sidelines.
Food Network star Ina Garten (or "Barefoot Contessa," as we like to erroneously call her) is suing a California-based company for manufacturing and distributing frozen dinners that bear a striking resemblance to her previous brand of frozen dinner products. So beware the next time you eat a cleverly-branded package of five-cheese penne — it is most likely not Jeffrey-approved:
Pharrell Williams, the singer of the infectious hit "Happy," is planning to adapt the ubiquitous song into a children's book. Further details have yet to be revealed, but it's safe to assume the protagonist will be
And finally, a tiny beagle named Miss P was crowned Best in Show at this year's Westminster Kennel Club Show. And judging just by the following photo, she couldn't be less excited about it: