Jennifer Aniston's Inflatable Breasts and the Waldorf Astoria's Wax Poetic Cocktail

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On Tuesday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," guest Jennifer Anison played a round of silly word game with DeGeneres, during which her breasts inexplicably began to inflate. It's not going to make any more sense when you actually see the clip, but we're going to post it below nevertheless.

We recently got the chance to learn a great new drink recipe from Frank Caiafa, the bar manager at the Waldorf Astoria's Peacock Alleybar. Learn how to make his Wax Poetic cocktail in the video above, and proceed to drink just like you would at a hotel bar (albeit without guys from the ballroom's flooring convention hitting on you).

As several media outlets are reporting, Kim Kardashian took three different cover shots for Elle UK's January "confidence issue." We, on the other hand, aren't convinced it's actually Kim, due to the noticeable lack of a large, naked butt on any of the three covers. We'll be sure to keep you updated with any corrections.

On Monday, Kylie Jenner shared a snapshot on Instagram with a caption reading "surprise little commercial" (below). But judging by the to-go cup prominently displayed in the right corner, we're guessing she's filming a Jamba Juice ad. That, or it's a commercial for Skippy's Skimpy Crop-Top Emporium in Santa Monica.

"Pretty Little Liars" actress Janel Parrish reportedly suffered some kind of rib injury during rehearsals for Tuesday night's "Dancing With the Stars" finale. So, despite the title of the show, she might not actually be able to dance. That's OK though, because she never really fulfilled the "star" part either.

Warner Bros. recently gave Entertainment Weekly a sneak peek at their gritty Peter Pan origin film "Pan," which stars Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard. But why we should bother to see this thing when they couldn't bother to give Jackman a decent wig? Even by low-budget film standards, it's quite lackluster:

In other movie news, Warner Bros. has chosen TV director Michelle MacLaren to help their upcoming "Wonder Woman" film. And seeing as MacLaren is responsible for the best episodes of "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead," this superhero film might have the distinct superpower of not sucking.

Forbes has estimated Justin Bieber to be the highest-earning celebrity under 30. They say he earned about $80 million between June 2013 and June 2014, although they don't specify how much of that money came from reluctant fathers who had to purchase tickets to his "Believe" tour in order to accompany their tweenage daughters.

Kate Upton debuted her new lob-like haircut on Instagram a few days back (below), thus abiding by the secret Hollywood rule that all female blonde celebrities must get a lob by 2015. (See: Nicole Ritchie, Jennifer Lawrence, Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari, Julianne Hough, Miranda Lambert, Jessica Simpson, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.)

Actress Bai Ling turned up for the premiere of her movie "The Key" wearing pretty much nothing, which is also the amount of knowledge any of us had about "The Key" before she pulled this stunt.

HBO has officially confirmed Rachel McAdams and Kelly Reilly as the female leads in their upcoming season of "True Detective." Until the season premiere, however, it's up to us to guess which of the two is the existential windbag, and which is the philandering jerkface.

And finally, the original Cowardly Lion costume from "The Wizard of Oz" recently sold at auction for over $3 million. The 75-year-old suit is made from real lion fur too, so the lucky bidder who bought this thing also inherited the stench of a 75-year-old suit made from real lion fur.