Emily Ratajkowski's Thong-Filled Instagram Feed, TV Land's New Series 'Younger,' and Much, Much More

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After a British poll ranked her rear as most "desirable" a few weeks back, Sports Illustrated and "Blurred Lines" model Emily Ratajkowski has been Instagramming pic after pic after pic (after pic) of her derrière (see the latest below). In other words, Emily Ratajkowski knows where her bread is buttered, and it's squarely on her butt.

TV Land's newest series "Younger" poses an interesting question: If you could go back and relive your twenties, would you? Well, if you're like anything like the show's leading lady, your answer is an emphatic yes. Watch the video above for a preview of "Younger" with stars Miriam Shore and Nico Tortorella before tonight's premiere.

The first trailer for the upcoming James Bond sequel "Spectre" debuted over the weekend (below), teasing viewers with secrets from Bond's adolescent days and sneak peeks at his newest adversaries. By the looks of the preview, "Spectre" will also force Bond to face his greatest challenge yet: a large obling conference table full of old fuddy-duddies.

On Monday, Billboard confirmed that Ludacris will host the Billboard Music Awards in May, marking his second consecutive turn as emcee. And this time, Billboard has also recruited Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen to serve as co-host, possibly so they can promote the show with a dumb portmanteau of their names. "LudaChrissy," for example.

Harrison Ford has been released from the hospital following his harrowing plane crash earlier this month, and is now reportedly driving around in L.A. But between his death-defying crash and recent leg-snapping incident in the Millennium Falcon's door, is anybody else wary of Ford piloting any type of motorized conveyance at all?

"Game of Thrones" actress Nathalie Emmanuel, who plays Khaleesi's translator Missandei, posed in a variety of revealing ensembles for GQ magazine's "How to Date Me" featurette (below), though none were more revealing than that look she shared with Grey Worm in season four. (OoooOOoOoh! Somebody's got a crush on somebody!!!!1!11!1 ;p ☺)

After waffling between "The Wiz" and "The Music Man," NBC has finally decided to go ahead and adapt "The Wiz" as their next live television event. So if you haven't yet seen the 1978 film version, try and keep yourself from buying the DVD out of a Walmart bargain bin before December. (You've already managed to avoid doing so your whole life; what's a few more months?)

Comedy Central's "Roast of Justin Bieber" aired on Monday night, and among the usual roster of roasters was Will Ferrell's alter-ego Ron Burgundy from "Anchorman" (below, but beware of NFSW language). So now, even film characters are crossing over from the fictional plane to chastise Bieber for being such a jerk.

Despite reportedly kissing at her birthday earlier this month, Rihanna denied any romantic relationship with Leonardo DiCaprio in a recent interview with Hello! magazine. Leo's people, too, also told L.A. Weekly he's "single and has been for some time." So the real question is, what were they doing at that birthday party? Feeding each other like baby birds? We want answers, RiRi!

Disney is reportedly planning to adapt their 1998 animated film "Mulan" into a live-action feature à la "Alice in Wonderland," "Cinderella," and the upcoming "Beauty and the Beast." So at this rate, it's not entirely unreasonable to expect a live-action retelling of "The Brave Little Toaster" with Jon Lovitz reprising his role as the clock radio.

Jenny McCarthy revealed on Monday's "Howard Stern Show" that she's already been approached to return to "The View," though she turned down the offer. She also said she thinks "The View" will be canceled after another year or so, but we're hoping that's only after the show resorts to just Rosie O'Donnell as the sole panelist, blindly arguing with herself for 44 minutes.

And finally, a couple of McDonald's locations in San Diego are going to start offering breakfast 24 hours a day. Therefore, we expect the population of San Diego to double within a few months, or however long it takes for 1.3 million people to wake up with an awful hangover at 11 a.m. and realize they just missed the cutoff for a friggin' Egg McMuffin at their local McDonald's.