Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Nude Photoshoot, Louro's Pan-Roasted Venison, and Much, Much More

Here's what everybody's gabbing about:

Supermodel and former "Transformers" actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley posed completely nude for Violet Grey magazine (below), remarking in her interview that "being comfortable in one's skin is the most attractive quality a girl can have." We're also pretty sure being attractive in general probably helps a lot too.

OK, OK, eyes down here! You've been staring at Rosie long enough, although it's easy to see why: those perfect eyebrows of hers! Not to worry, though — we asked celeb stylist Joey Healy for the secret to her bold brows, which he demonstrates in the video above. Hit the play button to see how it's done, then

In an interview with Vanity Fair, "Modern Family" actress Sofia Vergara claimed she wishes she had fake boobs so they wouldn't sag. But seeing as she's already hit the lottery in that department, asking for a more perfect pair is approaching Wall Street-levels of greed. She's the Gordon Gekko of boobs.

As recently learned by People magazine, Barry Manilow married his manager Garry in a surprise committment ceremony sometime last year, thus allowing them to finally pull the trigger on that matching Barry & Garry towel set they had their eye on. It's non-refundable, you know.

Google chairman Eric Schmidt revealed that Jennifer Lopez's controversial Versace dress — the one she wore to the Grammys in 2000 — was the inspiration for Google's Image Search feature. "It was the most popular search query … but we had no surefire way of getting users exactly what they wanted," explained Schmidt, which is pretty much the long and short of how JLo's boobies shaped the modern technological landscape.

After penning three successful cookbooks, Jerry Seinfeld's wife Jessica is planning to release a tome of "humorous essays and observations." We suppose she could only listen to her husband's inane observations for so long before deciding that, hey, maybe I can do that too.

Hollywood is reportedly remaking the 1999 film "She's All That," which tells the story of a popular jock trying to transform a geek into a homecoming queen. It's a cliched plot (it's basically "My Fair Lady" or Pygmalion"), but perhaps the filmmakers can breathe new life into this same boring concept, maybe by swapping out its nerdy glasses for contacts, or letting its hair down from that icky bun.

In oddly related news, the two stars of "She's All That" have experienced major life events since the remake was announced: Rachael Leigh Cook gave birth to a baby boy, and Freddie Prinze Jr. announced plans to pen a cookbook. We're guessing the timing of the latter was planned, especially if the title of Freddie's book turns out to be "Former 'She's All That' Star Freddie Prinze Jr.'s Gotta Eat Too."

On Tuesday night in Los Angeles, Paris Hilton attended the launch of the new Charbel Zoe Haute Coutire flagship store wearing a sparkly silver gown (below). The dress was also quite see-through, in what we imagine was a see-through attempt to get us to look. And hey, it worked!

After a fan suggested the idea of an official "Golden Girls" LEGO playset, the project began gaining steam and may actually come to fruition. Just think about it: Children everywhere might soon experience the joys of recreating geriatric sex-talk with tiny Blanche minifigs, or thoroughly be confused about the concept of a "lanai"!

An artist in Los Angeles has started posting fake street signs reading "No Kardashian Parking Anytime" all over the city. But the joke's on him, because the Kardashian with the biggest, most sizeable trunk is now a Kardashian-West. She can park that thing wherever she damn well pleases!

And finally, Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, claimed in a recent Rolling Stone interview that she doesn't really "like Nirvana that much." But you know how kids are: One day, they're rebelling against anything their parents' generation enjoyed, and the next, they're realizing their fathers were musical geniuses on par with Dylan or McCartney. It's happened to all of us!