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On Thursday, Jennifer Lopez appeared on "Watch What Happens Live" with her bosom basically hanging out of her dress (below). During the interview, she also remarked that her past boyfriends/husbands weren't exactly great-looking, but that had to be a joke. Sure, their cleavage wasn't as photogenic as hers, but they weren't ghouls or anything!
Speaking of "The Boy Next Door," that stern-looking gentleman at the top of the page is Hill Harper, and he's co-starring with Jennifer Lopez in her new erotic thriller. Watch our interview above to hear Harper's thoughts on working with Lopez, and be sure to stay tuned for a preview of the movie's steamier scenes.
On Thursday, LeAnn Rimes posted a "throwback" Instagram pic in a skin-tight sequined ensemble (below), but by her own admission, it was only a "throwback" to the night before. So, in doing so, LeAnn poses an interesting question: Aren't all Instagram pictures technically throwbacks? (You just blew our mines, Rimes.)
On Wednesday's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Glee" actress Lea Michele told Kimmel that she vomited while singing the Disney song "Let It Go" during the filming of a recent episode. Unfortunate, yes, but at least we're not the only ones who are literally sick of that song.
Chanel Beckenlehner, the Miss Universe contestant from Canada, marched on stage for the preliminary Costume Round wearing a peacock-like dress adorned with hockey sticks and a Stanley Cup hat (below). This only makes us more eager to see her bikini, which we assume to be just a few maple leaves tied together with politeness.
Actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans (Star-Lord and Captain America, respectively) have made a friendly Super Bowl wager via Twitter. If Pratt's Seahawks win, Evans has to visit a children's hospital in full Captain America garb, but if Evans' Patriots win, Pratt will dress as his "Guardians of the Galaxy" character and visit a pediatric cancer center in Boston. So we hope they both lose.
During a game of "Never Have I Ever" on Thursday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Gwyneth Paltrow and Johnny Depp both admitted to being members of the Mile High Club. But then again, they probably joined during private flights, on freshly disinfected planes, so it barely counts.
Super Bowl performer Katy Perry posed for the cover of ESPN magazine's "Music Issue," where she's seen painting eye black on Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt. He should probably tell her he doesn't need it, because he's not going to the Super Bowl, but we can understand why he didn't correct her. (She's an attractive lady, is what we're saying.)
Justin Timberlake and his restaurant partners are reportedly suing their insurance company for rushing to fix a plumbing issue at their NYC eatery (human waste was flooding the dining area), which resulted in (more) human waste flooding the food-storage area. Man, who's hungry?
Maddie Ziegler, the 12-year-old dancer who stars with Shia LaBeouf in Sia's new video for "Elastic Heart" (below), recently told Entertainment Tonight that Shia practiced poor hygiene on set. It's a little tacky on her part, but … you know what? Never mind. She looks about right.
Lindsay Lohan has reportedly failed to complete her community service for a second time, telling the judge that her recent chikungunya infection is to blame. If this excuse works, and the judge doesn't throw her in jail, we're citing chikungunya as the reason for calling out of work on Monday, and missing our cousin's wedding next month.
On Thursday evening in West Hollywood, Rihanna arrived for the Fashion Los Angeles Awards in a sparkly low-cut robe with nothing underneath (below). But if you look closely, you'll notice there was supposed to be more to her outfit; her date just needed to borrow the pants, for some reason.
English actress Sophie Turner, who portrays Sansa Starkon HBO's "Game of Thrones," will be joining the cast of the next "X-Men" film, and probably the few that follow it. That's just as well, we suppose. After all, it's not like she's got anywhere to turn after what the Baratheons and the Freys did to her parents.
And finally, Netflix has released the first trailer for "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," a new series created and produced by Tina Fey (below). It's not quite "30 Rock," but it does feature plenty of ground-perspective shots of New York skyscrapers, as well as Jane Krakowski playing the same kind of horrible Manhattanite she played on Fey's previous series. In other words, "30 Rock" fans will eat it up: