Here's what everybody's talking about:
On Sunday, Kendall Jenner shared a revealing Easter-themed photo in which she's wearing bunny ears and baring her naked butt (below). She captioned the pic with a single pun — "Hoppy Easter" — and thankfully stopped just short of calling herself the "Easter Butty," or remarking on having an "egg-xcelent booty."
Speaking of Easter and butts, would you be interested in toning up your own tush, perhaps so you can plaster it on the front of next year's Easter cards? Of course you would. Watch the video above to learn three simple exercises for a firmer, tighter tush from celebrity trainer Kristin McGee, and get yourself a shaplier, more sculpted butt in no time.
After purchasing a private island off the coast of Belize nearly ten years ago, Leonardo DiCaprio has announced plans to develop an "eco-conscious" resort on his property. DiCaprio told the New York Times it took a decade to find the right development partner for his project, presumably after searching high and low in the beds of various his Victoria's Secret supermodels.
Probably spurred on by the success of Warner Bros' wildly successful "Lego Movie," 20th Century Fox is reportedly planning to produce a movie about your second-favorite childhood building material: Play-Doh. We'd say a full-length Shrinky Dinks film isn't far behind, but we're fairly certain that's already been adapted into an adult feature somewhere.
According to an Instagram post she shared on Sunday, Lindsay Lohan is dabbling in something called "whole body cryotherapy" (below). The process aims to prolong youth through exposure to extreme cold, which is a process that Ted Williams' disembodied, cryogenetically frozen head will surely attest to one day.
Coldplay singer Chris Martin and "Hunger Games" actress Jennifer Lawrence have reportedly jetted off together on a private vacation, lending credence to rumors that the Martin and Lawrence are officially dating, and also justifying our awful habit of referring to the two as "Martin Lawrence" by accident. (Our apologies to the real Martin Lawrence.)
In her new book "Going Off Script," "Fashion Police" panelist Guiliana Rancic claims she once broke up with ex-boyfriend Jerry O'Connell after he cheated on her with Geri Halliwell, or as Rancic calls her, "one of the lesser Spice [Girl]s." Because if he was sexing Posh or Scary, she'd be singing his praises, no doubt.
George R. R. Martin, the creator of the fantasy novels on which "Game of Thrones" is based, is reportedly developing a second series for HBO called "Captain Cosmos." It's said to focus on a young TV writer who "tells the stories no one else will dare to tell," probably because those stories are loaded with an obscene amount of HBO-level nudity.
For Easter, Taylor Swift and her brother Austin participated in an extremely competitive Easter egg hunt organized by their parents, who also filmed the frantic action for posterity (below). Taylor seems to be winning, but seeing as she's already got an obscene amount of fame and the adoration of fans worldwide, can't she let Austin find a few more freakin' eggs? Apparently, no:
Despite his ex-girlfriend's claims to the contrary, longtime Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora is denying that he threatened to "dig a hole in the desert and bury [her]." The L.A. County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating, likely because they're aware of Sambora's past criminal activity: i.e., being wanted "dead or alive." (He was once a cowboy, after all. On a steel horse he rode!)
And finally, English actor Daniel Craig has undergone "minor" knee surgery after suffering an injury that he likely sustained during filming of his newest Bond flick, "Spectre." He's expected back on set in late April, where he will presumably use every tool in his 007 arsenal to rain vengeance upon the gaffer's tape that tripped him. (We're guessing.)