Here's the gossip, people:
Lydia Hearst-Shaw, the daughter of Patty Hearst and Bernard Shaw, recently posed for the cover of Treats! magazine wearing a very daring onesie-type thing (below). Leonardo DiCaprio was reportedly in attendance at an event celebrating the issue, because of course he was. Leggy ladies were congregating!
Speaking of daring, we dare you to watch the video above. In fact, we double dare you. (That's actually our cute way of telling you about a new cocktail we discovered at The Bar Room in NYC, called the "Double Dare." In the clip above, bar manager Danny Neff shows off his recipe.)
On Monday morning, rock musician Benji Madden revealed on Instagram that he got Cameron Diaz's name tattooed across his chest (below). But it's not nearly as creepy a gesture as you think, because Cameron is actually his wife. Therefore, this is not like the time your stalker carved your initials into his forehead. Probably just as painful, though.
After announcing her separation more than a year ago, Hilary Duff has finally filed for divorce from husband Mike Comrie. We'd ask why she waited so long, but we have expired Greek yogurt in our fridge that predates their entire marriage. (Every time you point a finger, there's three pointing right back at you.)
"Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy, 83, has been rushed to Los Angeles hospital after reportedly suffering from severe chest pains. But if the second and third "Star Trek" films have taught us anything, it's that they can't kill Spock. Give him creative control over the next installment of his life, and he'll be back.
On Monday's episode of "The Tonight Show," Christina Aguilera did a spot-on impersonation of Britney Spears during a game with Jimmy Fallon, proving that even 15 years later, we're still clamoring to see these two fued. (C'mon, Britney! You're not just gonna sit back and take it, are ya?!?)
According to TMZ, Kylie Jenner, 17, has purchased herself a $2.7 million mansion near her mother's Calabasas home. Just to reiterate, that's Kylie, and not Kendall, the one who at least has a discernible job.
Actress, model, and topless "Blurred Lines" dancer Emily Ratajkowski attended an event for London Fashion Week wearing perhaps the shortest, most daring dress ever crafted by human hands (below). Or, as we like to call it, a shirt. (She's wearing a shirt with no pants.)
Ben Woolf, a star on the FX anthology series "American Horror Story," died on Monday of a stroke, following injuries sustained after being hit in the head by a car mirror while crossing the street. He was 34.
ABC announced the contestants for their upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars" on Tuesday morning. Included among the celebs expected to foxtrot into our hearts are Suzanne Somers, Rumer WIllis, Patti LaBelle and Charlotte McKinney, the last of which is best known for eating a gargantuan hamburger while pretty much nude (below). What star-power!
A fan of Justin Bieber's is reportedly planning to sue a bodyguard who punched him in the face when he attempted to photograph Bieber at a night club. But if you ask us, that's just part of the experience of photographing Justin Bieber (historically, anyway). And what a fun story it will make at the grief-counseling meetings!
And finally, Michael Phelps, America's most decorated Olympian, got engaged on Sunday to longtime girlfriend Nicole Johnson, a former Miss California (below). Together, we presume they'll think of new and exciting ways to bring even more honor to their home nation. Like opening a smoothie shop!