Here's what's happening out there:
• Sports Illustrated swimsuit siren and fashion model Gigi Hadid posed topless for the latest issue of Vogue Netherlands, covering herself with only her forearm (above). But ironically, even though she was topless, Hadid couldn't have been less bottomless, modeling the equivalent of eight pants'-worth of material.
• Could it be possible Gigi just needs some help picking out a bra? No, probably not. But in the off chance that she does, we know just the woman to ask: burlesque queen Dita Von Teese. Watch the video below to hear her tips for looking fabulous in lingerie, as well as Dita's top pick for the one underthing every woman should own:
• Over the weekend, "Game of Thrones" author George R. R. Martin announced that Cinemax is planning to adapt his 1989 story "Skin Trade," a supernatural horror tale about werewolves. And given the show's title and the station it's airing on, we think it's quite reasonable to assume the werewolves will be nude and constantly fornicating.
• The first trailer for the Coen brothers' new film "Hail, Caesar!" was released late last week, and it looks like it's going to be another fun Coen brothers romp starring frequent collaborators George Clooney, Frances McDormand and Josh Brolin. However, the Coens seem like they're trying to sell us Jonah Hill in place of John Goodman, so maybe lower your expectations until opening night:
• Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler reportedly sent Donald Trump a cease-and-desist letter over Trump's use of the Aerosmith classic "Dream On" at his campaign rallies. But we think Tyler should really reconsider, because the more we think about it, the chorus of "Dream On" could very easily be taken sarcastically.
• “Fury” actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested for public intoxication on Friday night in Austin, Texas, after allegedly jaywalking in front of a police officer twice. Shia was even given a warning after the first infraction, likely because the cop felt bad for having to arrest a man for the least badass way to get himself thrown in jail.
• In a recent interview with British music mag NME, Taylor Swift explained that she writes songs like some people do crosswords, coming up with clever words and putting them "where they fit" to achieve hits like "Blank Space." Meanwhile, we still can't think of an five-letter word for "stony Stallone role" just to finish the top right quadrant of the Boston Globe's Sunday puzzle.
• On behalf of bill-footing fathers everywhere, Kanye West recently went on a Twitter rant about mobile phone games that constantly push in-app purchases. He made a really good argument too, right up until the point when the entirety of the internet remembered that his own wife is guilty of constantly charging people actual money to play her “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” game.
• And finally, police reportedly caught "See You Again" rapper Wiz Khalifa urinating behind a bar in Pittsburgh over the weekend. Khalifa was subsequently issued a citation, possibly after failing to endear the officers with one of the many "wiz/whiz" puns he's most certainly heard by now.