Miley Cyrus' Art Basel Spectacle and Keith Schroeder's Butter-Seared Scallops

Here's what everybody won't stop talking about:

Miley Cyrus wore nothing but nipple pasties and a silver wig for a performance at an Art Basel party in Miami on Wednesday. She also had a thong on the outside of her leggings (below), kind of like a superhero whose power seems to be an incredible tolerance for wedgies.

Looking for a no-fuss dinner that feels like a gourmet meal? Try a simple butter-seared sea scallop recipe from Keith Schroeder, the author of "Cooking Light: Mad Delicious." Check out the video above to learn his secret for the perfect sear every time.

Entertainment Weekly has named Jimmy Fallon their "Entertainer of the Year," mostly because he managed to increase ratings after he took over "The Tonight Show" from Jay Leno. We're guessing it's also because he manages to make Brian Williams look like a competent R&B hype-man, though EW didn't say that specifically:

Jimmy Fallon and his wife Nancy also welcomed their second child on Wednesday. They named the baby girl Frances Cole, or "Franny" (as Fallon calls her), possibly because they wanted her to have a name she can grow into when she's 90.

Late last week, Jada Pinkett-Smith posted a picture of her 61-year-old mother's incredibly impressive bikini body on Facebook (below), which serves to prove that Jada's mother is some sort of ageless Time-Lord, or at the very least, that she suffers from the same affiction as Benjamin Button.

Kendall Jenner shared an Instagram selfie in her sports bra on Wednesday, along with a caption reading, "it's 68 degrees, and there is a 30% chance that it is already raining." So, much like some people can predict rain by the pressure in their knees, Kendall can apparently gauge the weather by the snugness of her underthings.

Time magazine has named Queen Elsa from the Disney film "Frozen" as the most influential fictional character of 2014, followed immediately by Kim Kardashian, but in her fictional video-game form, and not in any of her other fictional forms seen on magazine covers or

Speaking of Kim Kardashian, the reality star recently told Elle UK that she "prayed [her] boobs would stop growing" when she was a teenager. But, as we all know, those cruel Gods ignored her prayers and instead gave her a rockin' buxom body, and Kim has lived in misery ever since.

Mariah Carey performed her hit holiday song "All I Want for Christmas is You" at the Rockefeller Center tree-lighting ceremony on Wednesday, but it wasn't exactly her best performance (below). Media outlets are describing it as "disappointing" and "not-so-good," but it doesn't really matter what anyone says. We're still going to hear this song 40 times a year, every year, until we're dead and buried.

On Wednesday, Carrie Underwood announced plans to launch a signature line of fitness apparel for Dick's Sporting Goods under the brand name Calia. She also released a preview on Instagram (below), which has undoubtedly sent pre-orders of her rouched, pin-striped tank tops through the roof.

The title of the upcoming James Bond sequel was officially announced on Wednesday (it's going to be called "Spectre"), as was the film's official cast, which will include Monica Belluci, Léa Seydoux and Christoph Waltz, the latter of which will probably play a nefariously well-spoken European villain, as is his lot in life.

And finally, Poland has officially opened a Hogwarts-like "College of Witchcraft and Wizardy" for fans of the "Harry Potter" novels. Students can pay a tuition of $345 to study for their "Enchanter's Lifelong License," but we're guessing it won't grant them any magical powers or authority. It will, however, get them punched whenever they try to use it in public. Enjoy the college's ridiculous promo video below: