Miley Cyrus Poses for W Mag, Gwyneth Paltrow Defends Her Goop Post, and Much, Much More

Here's what's happening out there:

• Miley Cyrus posed for the September issue of W magazine in very little clothing, namely a bustier and some boyshorts (above). In another shot that's maybe a little to risque to show here, Miley was actually photographed in no clothing whatsoever, unless you count body glitter as clothing, which of course you don't.

• Would you like to pull off a glittery look like Miley's, but maybe something more suited for a night on the town and not an underground sex party in the Hollywood Hills? Makeup artist Jemma Kidd knows just the look you're going for. Watch the video below for her tutorial on how to wear glitter the right way, at any age:

<p>• Rock singers Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale <a href="" target="_blank">are getting divorced</a> after almost 13 years of marriage. They released <a href="" target="_blank">a boilerplate statement</a> offering no real reason for the split, but no matter: In our opinion, the two of those <em>perfect human specimens</em> should be spreading their god-given genes with the rest of us, anyway.</p> <p></p> <p>• In the September issue of Fast Company magazine, Gwyneth Paltrow defended <a href="" target="_blank">her January blog post</a> touting the benefits of vaginal steaming, saying, <a href="" target="_blank">&quot;It's not like we're urging people to go out and buy AK-47s.&quot;</a> And while that's true, we're honestly not sure if we wouldn't have preferred it the other way around, so long as Paltrow didn't advocate sticking those AK-47s into our bodily orifices.</p> <p>• According to Variety, UFC champion Ronda Rousey has signed on <a href="" target="_blank">to star in an autobiographical film</a> based on her 2015 book &quot;My Fight/YourFight,&quot; which focused on the &quot;extraordinary challenges on [Rousey's] path to glory.&quot; In other words, this will be Ronda's &quot;8 Mile,&quot; but likely with more people getting punched in the face. </p> <p>• Country singer Reba McEntyre and her husband/manager Narvel Blackstock <a href="">announced the end of their 26-year marriage</a> on Monday. They claim they'll continue to work together just as they have for the past 35 years, though they failed to mention how passive-aggressively they'll be doing that.</p> <p></p> <p>• Former &quot;Real Housewives of Beverly Hills&quot; star Kim Richards was <a href="" target="_blank">arrested for allegedly trying to shoplift</a> from a Target in Van Nuys, California. Store security reportedly caught her with over $600 worth of merchandise in her cart, which was her first mistake — if you're going to steal from Target, you have to shoplift little things, a few at a time. Like we do. </p> <p>• 20th Century Fox has released <a href="" target="_blank">an extended 3½-minute preview</a> for their upcoming &quot;Fantastic Four&quot; reboot (below), complete with a teaser trailer for their other upcoming superhero film &quot;Deadpool&quot; at the end. That's right, friends: We now live in a world where even our movie trailers have movie trailers attached to them: </p> <p>• As revealed on Monday's debut episode of &quot;Ice &amp; Coco,&quot; rapper/actor Ice-T and his wife Coco Austin revealed the gender and name of their unborn child: It's a girl, and instead of following family tradition and naming her after a tasty beverage, they're planning on <a href="" target="_blank">calling her &quot;Chanel.&quot;</a></p> <p>• The people who make PEZ have reportedly partnered with Envision Media Arts to bring <a href="" target="_blank">a full-lenth animated movie</a> to theater screens. Further details are slim, so it's still too early to say if this PEZ movie will surpass expectations, like &quot;The Lego Movie,&quot; or if it's plot will leave us regurgitating foodstuffs from the depths of our stomachs, like actual PEZ dispensers.</p> <p></p> <p>• As reported by E! Online, <a href="" target="_blank">Falk Hentschel</a> has been cast as Hawkman in the CW's upcoming comic-book series &quot;DC's Legends of Tomorrow.&quot; If you responded to that last sentence with anything other than &quot;Who?&quot;, or &quot;What the heck is a Hawkman?&quot;, or even &quot;Legends of <em>what?</em>&quot;, we'd like to thank you, Falk Hentschel, for visiting our humble little website.</p>