Perhaps we should start thinking of more "K" names, because Kourtney Kardashian is getting ready to add to the long line of Kardashian women.
The reality star announced today that her second child will be a girl, complete with a cover story on OK! magazine.
Kardashian, who also has a 2-year-old son, Mason, with boyfriend Scott Disick, says on her website, "This is an amazing blessing. Scott and I are so thrilled."
Schmidt was easily the star player in "New Girl" this week, but let's save his best lines for last and focus on the mess that was Nick.
Julia sent him a cactus while she was on a business trip, and to him, that meant she planned on breaking up with him. Of course. Because that's what a cactus always means.
Clearly, I was trying to understand where he was coming from with that, and wasn't quite getting it.
Adele has double the reason to celebrate coming off her two wins at Tuesday's Brit Awards: The singer's unstoppable sophomore album, "21," has pulled off its largest sales week in its one-year history.
The record, released Stateside a year ago today, saw a 207 percent increase in sales after picking up six Grammys on February 12. In its post-Grammys sales week, 730,000 copies of "21" were sold.
This also leads to another record for the 23-year-old Brit songstress: Thanks to her post-Grammys boost, it's the biggest sales week following a Grammys win in Nielsen SoundScan's history, which goes back to 1991.
Jennifer Aniston is set to receive her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, and in her honor, we're looking back at some of her memorable on-screen roles and style moments over the years.
Tuesday night's winter finale of "Glee" packed a lot into its hour, including a cliffhanger – and if you haven't seen the latest episode, you might want to skip this post because it's chock-full of spoilers.
Go on - we'll wait.
Ready? OK. We'll start with the Kurt's former bully Dave Karofsky...
Taylor Swift and Zac Efron are not a couple - they repeat: they're not a couple - but just because they don't have romantic feelings for one another doesn't mean they didn't put in quality time while making their animated movie, "The Lorax."
As the two co-stars revealed on "Ellen" Tuesday, Efron has picked up a few guitar-playing skills from Grammy-winning country singer/songwriter Swift.
"I got my first guitar lesson from Taylor," Efron told Ellen DeGeneres as Swift interjected, "he's really good at it, from like, one lesson. I taught him how to play 'Pumped Up Kicks' by Foster the People."
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