-This week in “Lindsay Lohan Doesn’t Deserve The Internet” News, she Instagrammed a bedroom shot of herself with The Wanted’s Max George, and then Tweeted about the anniversary of Heath Ledger‘s death for attention.
-Speaking of gross tweets, Carl’s Jr. really outdid themselves with this one.
-The Beyonce lip-synching scandal is really sad, especially when you hear how great she was in soundcheck. The Marine Corps Band has retracted its earlier statement, making the whole thing even cloudier.
-Also sad: is Bey turning into GOOP?
-Speaking of Beyonce, is she working on a collab with H&M?
–Joseph Gordon-Levitt just scored the biggest deal to come out of Sundance 2013 yet, selling his directorial debut Don Jon’s Addiction to Relativity for wide release.
–Selena Gomez seems to be doing just fine without Justin Bieber, partying until 2:30 a.m. with a new guy.
-This is the freakiest thing I’ve seen in a while. It’s what happens when your brain can’t fully process the whole image and fills in the details, apparently.
–Russell Crowe just proved he has a sense of humour (!) by retweeting this.
-The woman who played Mrs. Garrett on Facts of Life just revealed her husband was gay. You take the good, you take the bad…
-ABC just pulled Don’t Trust the B in Apt 23 from its schedule. Do you know what this means? Both Dawson and Pacey have disappeared from our TV screens in the span of a week. Sigh.
-Speaking of TV, I wasn’t keen on the idea of a Vampire Diaries spinoff until I found out it was going to focus on this guy. Sold!
–Jessica Alba‘s umbrella holder = worst job in the world?
-Ya gotta give James Franco this: the man just won’t stop trying.
–Chris Pratt shared some adorable photos of his new kid on Ellen.
-Speaking of babies, Shakira has arrived at the hospital to give birth.
–Rihanna is following Justin Bieber‘s lead and showing off a butt pic on social media.
–Lindsay Lohan has reportedly turned down Dancing with the Stars. So far.
-Woah. David Fincher is in talks to direct Gone Girl.
-The new trailer for At Any Price, starring Zac Efron and Dennis Quaid, has landed. Is this just a really quickly turned-around sequel to Promised Land?