Here's what all the hubbub's about:
Only three months after giving birth to her second child, Kristin Cavallari appeared on Monday's episode of "Good Morning America" in a skin-tight blue dress (below) where she looked like she's never even eaten a large sandwich let alone given birth to a human being.
Want abs as enviable as Kristin's? Celebrity yoga and Pilates instructor Kristin McGree can probably help you out. Watch the video above to learn about her top three exercises for sexy abs (though you're on your own when it comes to finding a snug blue dress).
On Sunday, 51-year-old actor John Stamos shared a shirtless selfie with his Instagram followers (below), inadvertently proving that his one physical flaw is a slightly elevated bellybutton. But now that it's common knowlegde, "elevated bellybuttons" will become the new standard that all men aspire to.
"Breaking Bad" won a whole bunch of Emmys at Monday night's ceremony, taking home awards for Best Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Lead Actor and Drama Series (among others), and giving Bryan Cranston plenty of chances to show off his new Walt-Disney mustache.
Gwen Stefani accidentally mispronounced "The Colbert Report" while announcing the winner of Best Variety Series, instead calling it "The Col-BORE Report" (below). Or maybe it wasn't an accident, and she just really wanted "Real Time With Bill Maher" to win.
On Sunday, a bidder on eBay purchased a copy of the very first Superman comic (Action Comics #1) for the record-breaking sum of $3.2 million. Boy, this guy really wants to know what happened in that comic, doesn't he?
For the third year in a row, Forbes has estimated Ashton Kutcher to be the highest-paid actor on television with earnings of around $26 million, with his "Two and a Half Men" co-star John Cryer coming in second. Forbes has also revealed — albeit inadvertently — that CBS has continued the disturbing trend of paying its "half men" quite a bit less.
Prince is planning to release his first new material in five years, which will take the form of not one but two albums with escalatingly pretentious titles: "Plectrumelectrum" and "Art Official Age."
According to her will, late actress Lauren Bacall reportedly left $10,000 to her dog Sophie, or rather, to her son Sam for the continued care of her dog Sophie. And it's a good thing Bacall made that distinction, because if she'd given it directly to the dog, that pooch would have blown through it in days.
Perhaps because he was tired of waiting for "The Simpsons" to get around to doing another "trip to London" episode, Italian artist AleXsandro Palombo (yes, that "X" is uppercase) has taken the liberty of envisioning Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth as "Simpsons" characters, and posting several of his drawings to Twitter (see one below).
And finally, a London restaurant has teamed with Kate Moss to create stemware modeled in the shape of her left breast, presumably in the hopes of attracting a whole new clientele of perverted customers who will happily pay money to play "six degrees of separation" with a supermodel's breasts.