Here's what all the hubbub's about:
Bongo Jeans just released their latest ad campaign starring "Spring Breakers" actress Vanessa Hudgens, during which she wears virtually anything but jeans — especially at the end, when she forgoes pants altogether. Watch it below to get a glimpse into the future of showy, jeans-based advertising:
Speaking of people who wear barely any clothing, celebrity trainer Simone De La Rue knows how to sculpt a set of abs like Vanessa's. Watch the video above for Simone's signature five-minute workout, and learn how to tone up your legs, thighs, butt and arms.
After posing in a bikini or the cover of Women's Health magazine last month, Britney Spears is now flaunting her toned midriff on the cover of Women's Health U.K. (below). After all, the people of Britain need some love too, you guys.
Kim Kardashian recently told People magazine that she and Kanye have "really been trying for another kid." It's not yet known what the couple plans to name their next child, but "South" or "Spaghetti" are likely the only names on their list.
Candace Swanepoel debuted a new demin collection for a company called Mother Denim. The styles are said to be inspired by "'90s street style," which looks to mean higher waists, fringed cuts, and apparently no shirt whatsoever: (Remember when that was a huge look 20 years ago?)
After posing in a bikini or the cover of Women's Health magazine last month, Britney Spears is now flaunting her toned midriff on the cover of Women's Health UK (below). After all, the people of Britain need some love too, you guys.
On Tuesday, Bruce Jenner was spotted driving around Los Angeles with a new pair of fuller, plumper lips. We couldn't manage to get our hands on the photo, but just imagine Bruce's face with daughter Kylie's lips, if Kylie's lips had been stung by multiple bees. (Or just look at it here.)
Speaking of Bruce, TMZ reported that Jenner is currently filming a docu-series about his "life changes," to eventually air on the E! network. They didn't get specific about which "life changes" will be discussed, but we're guessing it's not, say, the ever important moment in a man's life when he has to choose between chunky and smooth peanut butter.
On Wednesday, JustJared published an exclusive trailer for the Wachowskis' new film "Jupiter Ascending," starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis (below). It really gives you an idea of how grand the scale is, and how groundbreaking the effects are, and how convoluted the plot of this thing is going to be.
A prosecutor in Lindsay Lohan's reckless-driving case has requested two weeks to investigate Lindsay Lohan's community service claims, partly because it lists "meet and greets" with fans as community service. Then again, those "meet and greets" were probably keeping her away from other, more dangerous activities, so maybe it counts after all.
Mariah Carey's former nanny is suing the singer, alleging that she failed to pay overtime despite demanting 100-hour work weeks. The nanny's attorney estimates that Carey owes around $100K in damages, or as Carey might call it, a mere fraction of
According to The Daily News, actress and model Emily Ratajkowski is the front-runner for the cover of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Swimsuit model Gigi Hadid is also a possible candidate, but considering she prefers being photographed topless nowadays, wearing maybe only a pair of jeans (below), we feel she should be immediately disqualified.
"Hunger Games" actor Liam Hemsworth has reportedly been offered the lead role in a sequel to 1996's "Independence Day." Therefore, it appears as if the film's producers have disregarded our suggestion, which was to focus solely on the father/son dynamic between Jeff Goldblum and Judd Hirsch. (Their bond was stronger than any alien death beam, if you ask us.)
A person was killed during pre-production of Martin Scorsese's new film "Silence" after a ceiling collapsed on the set. And before you ask, we're pretty sure it wasn't Joe Pesci, even though he has a terrible track record for surviving Scorsese's films.
And finally, in a recent interview on Bloomberg, Kenny G admitted that he might be "partially responsible" for the idea of the Starbucks Frappucino, as he was an early investor in the company, and recommended the idea to Starbucks CEO Howard Schulz. (And that, ladies and gents, is how we all fell in love with Kenny G.)