Here's today's hottest headlines:
• In the new March issue of W magazine, "Hands to Myself" singer Selena Gomez reveals that she's too "exhausted" to care about all drama surrounding ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber. She also posed for the mag's cover in just a bikini and a mesh top (above), which also reveals that she doesn't care about uneven tanlines, either. Good for her.
• Speaking of ladies who look great in swimsuits, we recently interviewed Kara Del Toro about her recent turn in Carl's Jr's super sexy burger commercial. Watch the clip below for more, then go ahead and because really, who are you fooling at this point? Everyone at your job already knows you're looking at girly pics.
• Like Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry before her, Taylor Swift has reportedly partnered with Glu Mobile to design her very own "mobile game experience." Swift and Glue haven't yet revealed any details concerning gameplay or plot, but if we know Taylor Swift, fans can be certain of one thing: It will involve cats. Lots and lots of cats.
• NBC has released the first promo for "Must-See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows," which is the upcoming television special that reunites five-sixths of the cast of "Friends" (below). According to the clip, the very same special also reunites both entire halves of the cast of "Mike & Molly," though it's quite clear that even the producers of this thing don't seem to care.
• Vin Diesel has announced that his "Fast & Furious" franchise will continue on for at least three more films, with release dates planned for 2017, 2019 and 2021. Disappointingly, though, Diesel has yet to announce how the film's characters plan to jump a gas-powered rickshaw over the Grand Canyon, which is clearly the only way this franchise could end.
• Based on evidence collected by a retired LAPD detective, a new documentary titled "Murder Rap" alleges that Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs is guilty of hiring two gang members to murder Tupac Shakur back in 1996. If true, these allegations directly contradict the theory that Tupac is still alive and working as a mechanic in Arizona, which is what a crazy guy at a bus station once told us.
• Bob Elliott, who rose to fame in the late 1940s as half of the "Bob and Ray" comedy duo, passed away on Tuesday after a battle with throat cancer. He was 94, and he'll be remembered as a talented entertainer, a comedic powerhouse, and a humble, modest man, even after winning his first "Most Beautiful Face" competition in the early '70s:
• And finally, according to sources for Us Weekly, Nick Jonas (formerly of the Jonas Brothers) and English actress Lily Collins (formerly of Phil Collins' loins) are dating. Those same sources added that the relationship isn't serious, but we sure hope it gets serious soon, if only because their love child would have one helluva set of eyebrows.