Jennifer Lopez's New 'Booty' Photo and Egypt Sherrod's Home-Buying Tips

Here's what's on our radar today:

Jennifer Lopez released the cover art for her new single "Booty" (below), and appropriately, it's basically just a picture of her ample derriere in a skin-tight swimsuit. After all, a photo of anything else would be false advertising.

Thinking of buying a home? Whether it's your first or your tenth, there's always something you can learn from an experienced real estate agent. Watch the video above for "Property Virgins" host Egypt Sherrod's best tips for first-timers, as well as the "biggest mistake" any buyer can make.

Kimye's daughter North West will be making her modeling debut in the CR Fashion Book wearing a Chanel cardigan and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. A Karl Lagerfeld quote will accompany the photo, reminding us that it's "never too early to care about fashion," and, evidently, never too late to exploit your children.

On Wednesday night, Taylor Swift visited "The Tonight Show" and starred alongside Jimmy Fallon in one of his "Ew!" sketches, thereby reaching the zenith of her career:

According to TMZ, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian are refusing to film "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" because they're convinced someone on the crew is stealing money and jewelry from their houses. Kim hasn't commented yet, possibly because she just realized this new arrangement will guarantee her much more screentime.

Christina Aguilera's baby bump is getting more massive by the minute, as evidenced by her latest Instagram photo (below). Look, it even requires its own pair of headphones:, a website co-founded by Ashton Kutcher, has been accused of plagiarizing its content from sites including Buzzfeed and Huffington Post. But since nobody really minded when he plagiarized "Punk'd" from "Jackass," this will probably blow over real soon.

On Tuesday evening, "Superbad" and "Arrested Development" actor Michael Cera released an entire album of folk songs completely out of the blue. And yes, it sounds almost exactly like something you'd expect a hipster-ish guy like Michael Cera to produce, albeit with less synthesizer.

During a press event ahead of the Invictus Games, Prince Harry's speech blew off the podium in the middle of his remarks (below). Embarrassing, maybe, but it's still not as bad as the time you threw up on your boss during the big merger meeting. Remember that?

Celine Dion has canceled all of her upcoming performances to focus on the well-being of her husband Rene Angelil, who is reportedly recovering from a malignant tumor. We wish him a speedy recovery, if only so Las Vegas visitors won't have to sit through Britney Spears' show instead.

Classic rockers Aerosmith will have to miss a few of their upcoming tour dates due to drummer Joey Kramer's heart problems. In all likelihood, this news is doubly frustrating for Steven Tyler, because that dude "don't want to miss a thing." It's been documented.

Audrey McGraw, the 12-year-old daughter of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, was captured on video singing a Dixie Chicks song a club in Arkansas (below). She somehow sounds even better than you expect, proving that talent doesn't skip a generation like freckles or cleft chins.

Although no official announcement has been made, Carrie Underwood is rumored to be headlining the half-time show at next year's Super Bowl. If true, this news no doubt comes as a disappointment to the thousands who petitioned the NFL to hire Weird Al for the gig, and a blessing to the millions of us who didn't.

And finally, a man in Washington, D.C., has successfully raised $30,000 through Kickstarter for the purpose of hosting a 75-minute Kenny Loggins concert in his own living room. But since "Danger Zone," "Footloose," and "Your Mama Don't Dance" collectively clock in at 15 minutes, we're not sure what he plans to do with the other hour.