Daisy Lowe's Low-Cut GQ Jumpsuit and Carmine's Lemony Lemon Chicken

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On Tuesday, British model Daisy Lowe (the daughter of Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale and the step-daughter of Gwen Stefani), arrived at the GQ Men of the Year awards in what appeared to be a pair of figure-flattering overalls. And yes, we realize "figure-flattering overalls" is an oxymoron, but bear with us until you see the photo below:

Today is National Welsh Rarebit Day. But if you're not Welsh, nor fond of "rarebit," perhaps you'd rather celebrate with a platter of Carmine's famous lemon chicken. Watch the video above to see how the mouthwatering dish is made, courtesy of chef Glenn Rolnick.

Now back to the GQ awards: Supermodel Cara Delevingne wore a completely sheer dress (below) to the ceremony, where she also fell on her butt in front of the bar. Those two things aren't really related, though we're sure the lack of substantial fabric around her rear likely led to rugburn.

Kim Kardashian accepted the Woman of the Year award at the GQ awards wearing a … uh … dress? Maybe? Honestly, it looks kind of confusing. Whatever it was, it had sequins and provided adequate coverage, so yeah. A dress. Let's go with that.

Speaking of Kim, she also posed completely nude for the September issue of British GQ. Now, if we were a more cynical bunch, we might suggest that GQ only gave her a Woman of the Year award because she posed nude. But then again, who are we kidding? That's exactly what we're saying. (We couldn't be a more cynical bunch.)

Justin Bieber was arrested in Canada after smashing into a paparazzo's vehicle with his ATV, and then getting into an altercation with one of car's passengers. (Unlike the rest of us, Bieber can't just smile politely and lie about his insurance information.)

According to Us Weekly, Robert Pattinson has begun a relationship with English songstress FKA Twigs. The two seem like a lovely couple, for sure, but does she share his ex-girlfriend's penchant for wearing Hmmm?!? Only time will tell, we suppose.

"Parenthood" actor Dax Shepard is planning to write, direct and star in a film adaptation of the late-'70s television series "CHiPs." We only hope it gets released before awards season, because it would be a shame if this movie misses out on any Oscar nominations.

Adam Levine's wife, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, will be starring in a new Maroon 5 music video where she and Levine are both covered in blood (preview below). Or at least that's what we're told. It's also possible they just finished sacrificing a goat to appease the perfectly sculpted ab gods.

On Tuesday, Rihanna requested that her Twitter followers "keep Joan Rivers in [their] prayers." Good to see there's no hard feelings after Joan trashed the heck out of her concert attire in May.

Lifetime's "Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story" premiered on Monday evening to dismal ratings, proving that you can't simply slap a wig on a kid and expect him to be as charming as the original Zack Morris. It arguably worked for the kid who played Screech, though.

Pamela Anderson got a "high-fashion makeover" for the fall 2014 issue of a magazine called No Tofu (see a photo below). And much like a shapely soybean can be transformed into a palatable block of tofu, Anderson too can dress down for dinner with a conservative vegetarian couple.

Cee-Lo Green's TBS show, "The Good Life," has been cancelled following his controversial rape comments on Twitter. But it wouldn't surprise us if TBS cancelled "The Good Life" anyway, because we're just hearing about this show right now.

And finally, Disney is suing Canadian DJ and musician DeadMau5 (pronounced "dead-mouse"), claiming that his logo (and headgear) is far too similar to their Mickey Mouse trademark. DeadMau5 has already vowed to fight Disney in court, because he is a man who wears a large mouse helmet during all of his performances, and clearly, he is very attached to that thing.