Kara Del Toro's Swimsuit Issue, Justin Bieber's Depressing Fans, and Much, Much More

Here's what's happening out there:

• This past Tuesday on Instagram, GUESS model Kara Del Toro shared a preview of Surfing Magazine's swimsuit issue (above), which seems to be Surfing Magazine's answer to Sports Illustrated's annual offering. (Your move, Time magazine.)

• In related news, we recently interviewed Kara about her recent bikini-clad appearance in a Carl's Jr. commercial — and to our surprise, she said she really does eat those burgers. Watch the interview below for more (or ), then curse yourself for not having the same burger-burning metabolism:

• According to People magazine, former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin might be getting her own daytime courtroom television series. However, it's still too early to confirm whether she'll be calling it something like "Palin's Court," "Wasilla Justice," or our personal favorite, "Who's Right and Who's Wrong? I Don't Know, Alaska."

• Justin Bieber announced on Instagram that he's canceling all future meet-and-greet appearances because they're exhausting and depressing, And to help punctuate his (slightly offensive) point, he included a photo of himself hugging an adorable little girl who, apparently, depresses the heck out of him:

• In an interview with Complex, "Neighbors 2" actress Chloë Grace-Moretz revealed that she once received an invitation to join Taylor Swift's "squad," but hinted that she turned Swift down. In related news, Taylor Swift extends invitations to be in her squad like a president appointing cabinet positions.

• Despite previously admitting to using "temporary" fillers, Kylie Jenner claimed on Snapchat that her famously plump lips only appear so large because of how she poses and angles her face (below). And you know what? We believe her. That same trick works for us, especially when we pose and angle our faces into a syringe.

• During an interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Harrison Ford refused to confirm whether Han Solo will make any further appearances in the "Star Wars" sequels, because apparently, this is something people still wonder about after seeing Solo get impaled, fall into a reactor, and explode along with the Starkiller Base.

• "Suicide Squad" actress Margot Robbie is attached to star in a biopic about figure skater Tonya Harding, whose ex-husband conspired to attack rival skater Nancy Kerrigan before the '94 Winter Olympics. That said, it's highly doubtful that Robbie's version will be better-received than the 1995 "Seinfeld" episode that tackled this same controversy:

• And finally, according to sources for Page Six, Lindsay Lohan's new Russian boyfriend Egor Tarabasov isn't a successful businessman (as was previously reported), but rather a "trust-fund kid with a day job as a real estate agent." But according to other sources, such as Lindsay Lohan herself, she kinda likes the guy. So who cares?