Charlotte McKinney's GQ Mexico Cover, Miley Cyrus' Surprising New Role, and Much, Much More

Here's what's going on out there:

• American model Charlotte McKinney — who became a household name after starring in a Carl's Jr. ad during Super Bowl XLIX — is now posing pretty much nude on the cover of GQ Mexico's new issue (above). The mag's cover also teases a story about Charlotte's rise "from the Super Bowl to worldwide fame," which is extra impressive considering the rest of us only rise from the Super Bowl to walk over to the fridge.

• In related news, the photographers Charlotte mentions up above — Hunter and Gatti — are the same ones who shot her sizzling pictorial for British GQ. (Some folks get all the good gigs, don't they?) Watch the video below for a preview, then head over to CostCo to stock up on snacks for next Sunday's Super Bowl. You're running low.

• Miley Cyrus confirmed on Monday that she's been cast in Woody Allen's six-part Amazon miniseries. The specific details of her role are still unknown, but — since this is Miley Cyrus and Woody Allen we're talking about — it's safe to assume she'll be playing a neurotic worrywart who also enjoys twerking.

• Jennifer Lopez split her pants during a Las Vegas concert over the weekend, ripping through the butt portion of her shiny silver jumpsuit while taking a bow at the end of her show. You can watch the whole thing below, but don't pretend to be surprised or anything; we all knew this day would come:

• According to E! Online, Rob Kardashian is dating Blac Chyna, a 27-year-old model who happens to be the ex-girlfriend of Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Tyga. Rob's older sister Khloé has since voiced her disapproval using a "Godfather" quote, warning Rob to "never go against the family." That said, we can only hope Khloé doesn't plan to have Rob whacked during a fishing trip.

• On Monday, Britney Spears released three short videos on Instagram, each of which sees the singer writhing around on the ground in only a black bikini (see one below). So far, she's offered no explanation for the clips, so we can only assume she's planning to debut a new exercise program based around hair-whipping and profuse sweating.

• FOX is reportedly developing a TV series inspired by "The Exorcist," although they're basing it on the 1971 novel rather than the 1973 film. Regardless, we imagine the people in charge of Campbell's Soup's split-pea department won't be interested in buying any advertising time during the show's fall premiere.

• And finally, Sony Pictures has released a new trailer for "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," their upcoming zombie film based on the 1813 novel "Pride and Prejudice" (below). But be warned: It doesn't look like it's completely faithful to Jane Austen's original masterpiece, so any schoolchildren looking to cheat on their book reports should rent the 2005 Keira Knightley version instead.