Kim Kardashian's Mesh Dress, Catherine Bell's New 'Good Witch' Series, and Much More

Here's what everybody's talking about today:

Apparently not content to merely shock us with Kim Kardashian went braless in a mesh dress at Paris Fashion Week on Thursday (below). However, she more than made up for it with a huge pair of briefs, so it all evened out in the end.

After seven hugely successful TV movies, the Hallmark Channel has finally given the "Good Witch" her very own show. Watch a preview of the brand-new series in the video above, along with our exclusive interview with "Good Witch" star Catherine Bell.

Now back to Paris Fashion Week: Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto debuted his new platinum hair at the same Balmain fashion show that Kim Kardashian did the exact same thing. Luckily, however, he didn't also wear a see-through mesh dress with no supportive undergarments. That would've been really awkward.

Actor Harrison Ford was injured on Thursday when a vintage plane he was piloting crash-landed on a golf course. A failing engine was determined to be the cause, but let's not rule out almighty fate, which seemed to be suggesting he take up a new hobby.

"Daily Show" correspondent Samantha Bee — the longest-serving correspondent in "Daily Show" history — will reportedly be leaving the show to focus on producing two new shows for TBS. In other words, she probably didn't get offered Jon Stewart's job.

At age 50, supermodel Elle MacPherson posed for a recent shoot with Harper's Bazaar Australia wearing nothing but a bikini and a pair of sunglasses (below). So now, we can officially add Macpherson's name to the ever-growing list of reasons why we've given up at life, right next to

Alec Baldwin will reportedly star in an upcoming HBO series about a rich divorced father (and "celebrated libertine") who somehow becomes the mayor of New York City. Sounds like a solid premise, but part of us thinks Baldwin doesn't understand that he signed on to star in a TV show, and actually believes he was offered the job of New York City mayor.

On Thursday, Gisele Bundchen shared a photo from her newest Under Armour campaign (below). In it, she and her long supermodel legs showcase the brand's new lycra leggings that we, as normal humans, are supposed to believe will fit just as nicely.

On Thursday, Comedy Central revealed the names of the "roasters" slated to give Justin Bieber a stern talking-to on their upcoming "Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber." Oddly enough, Martha Stewart is among them, which strongly suggests that Bieber, in addition to being a troublemaker, also uses the wrong salad fork.

Actress Kristen Bell, who voiced Princess Anna in the animated film "Frozen," claims that her daughter Lincoln has not only not seen the movie, but "couldn't care less" about it. Granted, Lincoln is barely two, so perhaps she just doesn't care yet, but we prefer to believe she's just as sick of overhearing "Let It Go" as the rest of us.

English model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley posed in a variety of revealing swimsuits for the latest issue of Esquire U.K. (see one below), yet the majority of the photos were taken nowhere near a body of water. Nevertheless, Rosie made the best of things by going for a lap on her living room carpet:

Neil Patrick Harris remarked in a recent interview that he probably won't host the Oscars again, mostly due to the "understandable opinionated response" it garners. That's certainly disappointing, but on the upside, it frees the actor to host next year's Westminster Dog Show (if he so chooses), as it's one of the few televised ceremonies he's yet to emcee.

And finally, "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling teased fans on Twitter by hinting at a new story before immediately declaring she was kidding. You know what else would be a good joke? If her publishing company told her they'd never pay her another dime in royalties. She'd probably get a huge kick out of that.