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January 17, 2014

Gwen Stefani Expecting Another Boy

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Gwen Stefani just revealed on Instagram that she’s having another boy, making this one her third.

-Us Weekly is claiming that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard really are engaged. Sigh.

Shia LaBeouf continues his charm tour by drunkenly headbutting a stranger at a bar. This video of him apologizing might be more annoying than this video of him actually headbutting the dude.

-The unretouched images from Lena Dunham‘s Vogue shoot are here — and they’re pretty much the same as the touched up ones. Jezebel really whiffed this one. I’m kind of with Diablo Cody on this: it’s mean-girling masquerading as feminism.

Meryl Streep threw a little shade at Benedict Cumberbatch last night on Kimmel, but in the most charming way possible.

Kim Kardashian is blowing my mind in this clip for Ellen, in which she shows a photo of Kanye West piggybacking their daughter(!) and talks about how they like to play Monopoly(!). She also mentions that Kanye is not “a diaper-changing type of guy,” which rights the ship.

-The only thing I learned from watching the Critics’ Choice Awards last night is that famous people love taking selfies with other famous people.

-Speaking of the Critics’ Choice Awards, Lupita Nyong’o’s acceptance speech was emotional and perfect.

Zac Efron may be having some…issues these days, but he was super sweet to a fan and then followed it up with a super sweet note on Facebook about meeting her.

-I can’t tell if this is a crazy unflattering photo of Jennifer Aniston or if it’s just uncomfortably close up.

Daniel Radcliffe is set to return to Broadway in The Cripple of Inishmaan. Sounds like he’ll be keeping his clothes on this time, though.

-The queen of daytime is also the queen of understatement: Oprah admits that shooting Lindsay Lohan‘s reality series has been “bumpy.”

Kyle Chandler is coming back to TV. Well, kinda TV — Netflix. Still, Coach is back, y’all!

George Clooney keeps recycling pranks and Matt Damon keeps falling for it.

-Meanwhile, a clip and two featurettes from The Monuments Men have landed.

-Orange is the New Black star Michelle Hurst (Miss Claudette) has woken up from her medically-induced coma following a serious car accident.

-Is this season of Community as good as Season 2? I’m not sure I’d go that far just yet, but last night’s episode was definitely streets ahead.

William H. Macy clearly doesn’t care for his health and safety. He just revealed that he took his daughter to a One Direction concert and is convinced those guys “couldn’t put on a good show with a gun to their heads.”

-He should hang out with Bieber-hater Jared Padalecki, who said last night at the Critics’ Choice Awards “I have a world full of 12-year-olds trying to kill me.”

Kate Moss clearly enjoyed her 40th birthday party.

This story is going to make you love John Schneider as much as your mom does. Seriously, I’m tearing up over here.

-Singer Trace Adkins checked into rehab for alcoholism after drinking aboard a ‘Country Cruising’ ship and getting into a fight with a Trace Adkins impersonator.

Idris Elba has released a behind-the-scenes look at the Mumford & Sons video he starred in and directed. Basically, it’s just an excuse to hear his voice for 6 mins.

Victoria Beckham is plotting world domination.

Brandi Glanville has apologized for joking about child molestation. Why do people keep putting microphones in this woman’s face?

-Even Kristen Stewart can’t make a Canadian tuxedo work.

-Meanwhile, Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons ended up buying Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson‘s love nest for a cool $6.4 million.

-The teaser trailer for the Walking Dead’s return features a lot of characters openly sobbing, so that should be fun.

-When it came to The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, a meh box office performance was actually worse than flopping.

-The first breakthrough out of Sundance  seems to be Whiplash, which got rave reviews at its premiere — so many that Sony already snatched it up. It stars Miles Teller from The Spectacular Now and it’s being compared to Drumline a lot, which basically means I’ve already bought my ticket.

-Speaking of Sundance, here’s the trailer for Listen Up Philip, starring Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Moss and Krysten Ritter. I’m intrigued, even though the title’s lack of punctuation kills me.