Here's what's happening out there:
On Tuesday, Cara Delevingne, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Miranda Kerr and Paris Hilton all wore plunging dresses, tops and jumpsuits (and whatever the heck Cara is wearing, below) to separate events at Paris Fashion Week, apparently because "fashion" is now synonymous with "almost seeing everybody's nipples."
"Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles" airs tonight at 9 p.m. on Bravo, but if you want a behind-the-scenes look at newest season (as well as the show's newest additions, David and James) be sure to check out our exclusive interview in the video above!
Notorious Ukranian "prankster" Vitalii Sediuk has struck again at Paris Fashion Week, this time pressing up against Ciara while wearing a teeny man-thong. French police merely laughed, presumably because they didn't particularly want to restrain this half-naked jerk for the umpteenth time.
Perhaps because her older sisters were parading their scantily-clad selves around Paris, Kylie Jenner posted a bikini selfie to Instagram on Monday afternoon (below). Take that, Kim and Kendall's butts and cleavage!
Ben Affleck recently confirmed a full-frontal nude scene in his new film "Gone Girl," which puts him in a select category of nude actors including Harvey Keitel, Michael Fassbender, and, to a more indecent extent, Paul Reubens.
Speaking of indecent, actor Mickey Rourke of "Iron Man 2" was spotted in Los Angeles on Monday with an awkward, prominent bulge jutting forth from his skimpy man-leggings. So if you're a fan of his performance in "The Pope of Greenwich Village" and prefer not to see how far he's fallen, maybe don't click that link.
Jeff Goldblum has added yet another entry to his increasingly odd resume which already includes jazz band leader, wedding photo expert and Oscar-nominated actor: He's now a professional lightbult salesman. Watch his ridiculous new commercial below.
During an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Jennifer Love Hewitt revealed that she once sent an AeroBed air mattress to Matt Damon — a man she doesn't personally know — after deciding that he needed one to feel secure. She also said she never received a thank you, although she should just be grateful she never received a restraining order.
Speaking of Kimmel, McAfee has named Jimmy Kimmel this year's "most dangerous celebrity" to search for online, estimating that 19 percent of his web searches lead to sites that contain malware. So in order for us not to be included among those 19 percent, we're going to start referring to him as "Jermy Kamal."
Decorated Olympian Michael Phelps was arrested for driving under the influence on Tuesday morning. It's terrible news, but at least it'll provide fodder for all of our favorite late-night hosts, like that Jermy Kamal guy. He's hilarious!
Despite the Jonas Brothers breaking up about a year ago, Nick Jonas hasn't let himself go. To prove it, he recently posed for the cover of Flaunt magazine looking more ripped than ever (below). So put down those bacon sandwiches, Kevin and Joe. You've got some catching up to do.
"Hunger Games" actor Liam Hemsworth told Nylon magazine there's "no bad blood" between him and his ex-fiancee Miley Cyrus. A lot of over-sized prosthetic body parts and teddy bear costumes, probably, but no bad blood.
Taylor Swift posed for the November cover of British Vogue in a modest tank-top sweater and a prim pink jacket that was juuust falling off her shoulder, which is about as sultry as Taylor Swift gets.
Speaking of Swift, a newly released video from one of her visits to a children's hospital (below) in which she duets with a leukemia patient is making the rounds on the internet. It's also making us immediately regret ever poking fun at her.
And finally, Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg reportedly had a fight during the commercial break of a recent episode of "The View," with Rosie claiming that Whoopi hurt her feelings and Whoopi firing back with profanity-laced remarks. So if anybody out there thinks "The View" has gotten boring, just get tickets to a live taping. That's where the real action is.