Bria Murphy's Lingerie Snapshots and Jackson Galaxy's 'Catification' Tips

Here's what's happening out there:

Earlier this week, Eddie Murphy's 25-year-old daughter Bria shared  on Instagram (see one below), seemingly to prove that she has what it takes to work for Victoria's Secret, a company she's expressed a desire to model for. And she looks great, but if Bria really wants to grab VS's attention, she should've worn an obnoxious pair of oversized, gilded wings. They seem to like that.

Jackson Galaxy of the Animal Planet series "My Cat From Hell" says it's time all cat owners embraced the of our homes. Check out the video above for his easy tips for "catifying" your place, including a neat idea for a cat hammock that we, as humans, are a little bit jealous of.

In honor of Moschino's partnership with Mattel, Paris Hilton arrived for her DJ-ing duties at Moschino and Mattel's Art Basel party in Miami wearing a Barbie-print dress (below). It was a fun and flirty look, for sure, but we can't help feeling depressed about how everything we mentioned in that previous sentence apparently qualifies as "art" now.

The nominees for this year's Grammy Awards were announced on Friday, and to no one's surprise, Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" and Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" each earned nods for Record of the Year. But no matter who wins, they've both already earned the esteemed title of "Song We Involuntarily Hum on the Bus to Work (of the Year)."

On Thursday in Miami, Kim Kardashian arrived for the launch of her infamous Paper magazine issue (the nude one with her whole butt hanging out) in a crop-top and long skirt combo (below), or, as we prefer to call this particular ensemble, "false advertising."

Damien Gurganious, a contestant on the seventh season of NBC's "The Biggest Loser," passed away last month at the age of 38. According to new reports, he died of a sudden "brain bleed," which is a condition that just shot to the No. 1 spot on our list of most feared ailments.

The first full-length trailer for "Terminator: Genisys" was released on Thursday (below), and aside from asking us to buy that wrinkly Terminators can beat up brand-new ones, it also assumes we have a strong prior knowledge of the nature of Terminator time-travel, because definitely we feel like we're missing some key plot points here:

Actor, producer and director Tyler Perry, best known for his hit Madea movies, welcomed his first child earlier this week with longtime girlfriend Gelila Bekele. They reportedly named their newborn son Aman Tyler Perry, probably after Bekele begged her boyfriend to give up on his first choice of calling the kid Mini-Madea.

Madonna was named the newest face of Versace on Thursday, which is a title she's reportedly held four times over the past few decades. But this time, her face is likely to be all Versace is going to get, because as Madge recently demonstrated, her breasts still clearly belong to Interview magazine, at least through the month of December.

Lindsay Lohan has been announced as the new face of (and inspiration for) a line of men's clothing now available at PacSun. It's called Civil x Lohan, which you might recognize as two words (minus the "x") that you've never before read in the same sentence.

In addition to their earlier, virtually nude photos of Kourtney Kardashian, DuJour magazine has now released another snapshot from the same photoshoot in which Kourtney is completely nude (below). So obviously, these Kardashian sisters won't rest until we're familiar with every nook and cranny of their robust naked bodies:

Mark Wahberg is reportedly seeking a pardon from the State of Massachusetts in regards to an assault he committed in 1988 that left a Boston man blind in one eye. We, however, feel that Wahlberg becoming an internationally famous film star (instead of spending life in prison) is probably pardon enough.

And finally, Benedict Cumberbatch has officially been announced as the lead in Marvel's upcoming "Dr. Strange" film, which will be based on the exploits of comic-book superhero Dr. Stephen Strange, and not — as you may have thought — the exploits of New Jersey pediatrition Dr. Steven Strange, who you refuse to contact despite his impeccable references.