Taylor Swift's See-Through Dress, Gia Geneveive's Tips for Bra-Buying, and Much, Much More

Here's what the internet is buzzing about:

• In her latest Instagram post, Taylor Swift shared a photo of herself from Glamour UK wearing a see-through, underwear-baring cocktail dress, which only further supports our theory that Swift is slowly transitioning into a career as a Victoria's Secret Angel. The trajectory is undeniable.

• If we're being polite, we might say Playboy pinup Gia Genevieve has an ample bosom. But if we're throwing any sense of decorum to the wind, we'd say she's got truly massive chest. To learn her tips for finding a great-fitting bra, and to see some of her recent lingerie shots from Playboy, be sure to watch the video above.

• A few days back, Sports Illustrated model Gigi Hadid shared a benhind-the-scenes pic from her latest Seafolly swimwear campaign (below), which apparently aims to extoll the virtues of bikini-based driving. A word of advice, though: Gigi makes this look a lot more fun than it actually is; more often than not, driving in a bikini only results in a bunch of sweaty thigh skin stuck to your leather interior.

• Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly sent coffee and pastries to a group of "superfans" camping out at St. Mary's Hospital in London, where Kate is expected to give birth in the coming days. One "superfan" said he was touched by the gesture, but he should probably hold his comments until he's certain the treats don't contain powerful diuretics intended to get him the hell off the property.

• On a recent episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Jake Gyllenhaal claimed he "always" brings his first dates home to meet his mother (below). He later added that he would "absolutely" trust his mom to choose his dates for him, but stopped just short of admitting he makes his new girlfriends cut the crusts off his PB&J sandwiches just like mommy did.

• Lifetime is reportedly planning to follow up last year's "Unauthorized 'Saved By the Bell' Story" with an "Unauthorized 'Full House' Story," which will focus on the show's behind-the-scenes drama. So finally, after 20-plus years, Lifetime will conclusively confirm or discredit our theory that Michelle ruled the cast with an iron fist.

• Gisele Bundchen posed nude for the cover of Vogue Brazil's 40th anniversary issue (below), where the idea seems to be that her statuesque naked frame is too tall for the constraints of the photo. Or at least that's how we view it, because we're always looking for a way to see the negative in Gisele's perfect body so that we might feel better about our shorter, stubbier selves. (We're awful.)

• Bradley Cooper's ex-girlfriend Suki Waterhouse and "X-Men" actor James Marsden were photographed on a dinner date in West Hollywood over the weekend, proving beyond a doubt she's into handsome guys. Tell your cousin Mark he doesn't stand a chance.

• As a promotional stunt for her upcoming Caesars Palace residency, Mariah Carey staged a procession down the Las Vegas Strip which included 18 billboard trucks displaying the names of her No. 1 songs. The singer arrived behind them in a pink convertible, and was then carried to a stage in a velvety red chair (below). To our surprise, however, reports indicate that she did not trample Liberace's corpse on the way off the platform.

• Supermodel Elle Macpherson recently revealed in the London Evening Standard that she carries a "pH balance urine tester kit" in her purse at all times, because she believes an acidic body is more susceptible to illness. But you know what else might cause illness? Contaminating your purse with a urine-soaked pH tester.

• Hundreds of upset Dave Chappelle fans are demanding a refund from last week's less-than-stellar show in Detroit, where the comedian appeared out-of-sorts (some allege he was drunk) while slurring and rambling through his entire set. In related news, Foster Brooks is somewhere up in heaven thanking God he got away with doing the exact same thing.

• And finally, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club has decided to ban selfie sticks at this year's Wimbledon tennis tournament, citing the devices' "nuisance value." Funny, you'd think an organization that was built upon the very concept of people holiding unweildy sticks would be more sympethetic, but such is not the case.