Katy Perry's Sunset Selfie and Strip House's Charbroiled Filet Mignon

This is what everybody's gabbing about:

Earlier this week, Katy Perry donned another one of her skimpy old-timey bikini tops to take a video selfie in front of the Australian sunset. It's quite beautiful, too. Just notice how the sun glistens off the peaks of Mount St. Melon's in the foreground. Majestic!

NYC's famed Strip House serves up one helluva filet mignon — and now you can too. In the video above, executive chef Michael Vignola gives us his secret for preparing this mouthwatering hunk of meat, along with a few tips for emulating his technique at home

Legendary musician Stevie Wonder welcomed his second child with girlfriend Tomeeka — and his ninth child in total. He hasn't yet confirmed whether he plans to have more, but he might as well. Now that his punch-card is full, the next one's free.

Now that same-sex marriage is legal in England, Elton John and longtime partner David Furnish will reportedly be tying the knot sometime this weekend. It's not known which day, specifically, but we're pretty sure Elton is good with Saturday. Saturday night's alright, right Elton?

President Obama told People magazine that his favorite movie of 2014 was "Boyhood," a coming-of-age film that was 12 years in the making. "Boyhood was a great movie," he reiterated, as if to subtly hint that he, himself, would like another four years to finish what he started.

For the latest entry in their racy Advent calendar, LOVE magazine released a video of Victoria's Secret supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio slowly undressing on the floor. But for someone who spends a lot of time in her underwear, she's really bad at wriggling out of her jeans.

On an upcoming episode of ABC's "The Goldbergs," Charlie Sheen will be reprising his role of "Boy in Police Station" from 1986's "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Again, that's "Boy in Police Station," and not "man in police station," which is a role he's played numerous times since.

Sony Pictures has canceled plans to release the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy "The Interview" following terrorist threats against the theaters screening it. As of now, it's unclear when (if at all) we'll ever see Rogen and Franco's characters buffooning around in Pyongyang Square.

Taylor Swift claims she was thanked by numerous musicians and producers after removing all her music from Spotify for business reasons. Also thankful, albeit sarcastically, is our cousin Damien, who says he doesn't like Taylor Swift even though we caught him singing "Sparks Fly" in the shower.

On Wednesday in New York City, Lady Gaga reportedly changed her wardrobe a whopping four times throughout the course of the day. Granted, she donned her last costume for a performance on "The Tonight Show," but before that, we're guessing she just kept spilling hot-dog mustard on her ensembles and needed to swap out.

And finally, when asked on Twitter whether there were any Jewish wizards who had attended Hogwarts, "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling responded by tweeting, "Anthony Goldstein, Ravenclaw, Jewish wizard." So thanks for being inclusive, Rowling, even though it sounds like you literally typed the first Jewish-sounding name that popped into your head.