Here's what's happening, people:
Earlier this week, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal shared a photo from her new Beach Bunny Swimwear campaign on Instagram (below). But as you can see, it's highly ineffective: How are we expected to want that bikini top if it's not even comfortable enough for Nina to wear for three milliseconds? Beach Bunny needs to learn a thing or two about effective advertising.
Speaking of effective advertising, there's no worse way to advertise a burger than by not even including it on the menu, yet that's exactly what's happening at Monarch Room in NYC. Since they're so dang secretive, we tracked down chef Michael Citarella for the secret to his hush-hush burger. Watch the video above to see how it's made, then
"Twilight" actor Robert Pattison and British songstress FKA Twigs are reportedly engaged after dating for only six months. The two have yet to make any statements to the public, but it's widely believed that Rob proposed after she never cheated on him with the director of "Snow White and the Huntsman."
After giving birth to her third child in December, Kourtney Kardashian finally shared the first photo of newborn son Reign Aston Disick on Instagram (below). As you can see, it's still to early to tell if little Reign inherited his mother's ample bottom or his father's unwarranted sense of entitlement.
Disney has announced plans to film a live-action adaptation of "Winnie the Pooh," focusing on "Christopher Robin as an adult, which brings him back to A.A. Milne's famous bear and the Hundred Acre Wood." Disney has yet to announce any of the actors they're eyeing for the live-action Christopher Robin role, nor any of the live-action Pooh bears who will likely maul him on set.
On Friday morning, Paris Hilton shared a photo of her new haircut on Instagram (below). We can see why she's so proud, too. Just look at the way her shapely, ample haircut catches the eye:
According to reports, "SNL" alumni Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig have secretly filmed a full-length send-up of Lifetime movies called "A Deadly Adoption," which itself will air on Lifetime. It's set to debut this summer, when it will thoroughly confuse your poor Aunt Cathy, who just wanted to watch a nice movie about a murderous adopted child. UPDATE: Ferrell and Wigg have decided to abandon the project after its "top secret" nature was made public. Yay for Aunt Cathy!
On Thursday, former reality star Kristin Cavallari shared a beachy bikini snapshot on Instagram (below), commenting in the caption that she's in "paradise with my boys." Funny, that's the first time we've ever heard anyone refer to their own buttcheeks as their "boys." What crazy slang will these kids come up with next?
Co-stars Will Forte and January Jones of FOX's "The Last Man on Earth" are reportedly dating each other, claims a source for People magazine. However, this source has yet to reveal whether Jones was, in fact, under the impression that Forte was actually the last man on Earth, which would go a long way toward explaining this pairing.
On Thursday's episode of "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon and Michelle Obama performed a second "Evolution of Mom-Dancing" routine (below). It's funny and all, but they're kinda giving moms everywhere a bad rap. Honestly, how many non-moms know this many sweet moves?
According to TV Line, Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber, who played DJ Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler on the ABC sitcom "Full House" (respectively), are almost certainly getting their own 13-episode spin-off to air on Netflix. Unfortunately, "Full House" fans are still waiting for what they really want: a half-animated series about Uncle Joey and Mr. Woodchuck.
On a recent episode of "The Price is Right," model Manuela Arbeláez accidentally screwed up one of the pricing games and revealed the winning answer (below). It led to an automatic win for the contestant, and more than likely, an automatic trip for Manuela to the dusty dungeon underneath CBS Studios that houses all the former "Price is Right" models.
In an interview on the "Today" show, former Hootie and the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker revealed that his old band is planning on reuniting in the near future. So quick, get in a time machine, go back to 1997, and tell your younger self that she just might get a decent follow-up to "Cracked Rear View." She'll just have to wait 20 years.
And finally, Variety reports that the 1993 film "Groundhog Day" is being adapted into a Broadway musical. It's expected to debut in spring 2017, and hopefully keep the light, comedic-yet-charming tone of Bill Murray's repeated suicide attempts: