Finally! "Gilmore Girls" is making its way to Netflix, all seven seasons of it. Excuse us while we block off binge-watching time in October. [Time]
Katie Holmes is moving into the director's chair. The actress is making her feature directorial debut with an adaptation of the book "All We Had." [THR]
There was a rumor going around that Iggy Azalea had a sex tape, but the rap star has vehemently denied it. [E!]
We're glad to hear that Kanye West is on the mend. The artist suffered a bad migraine in Australia and had to head to the hospital, but thankfully he's doing better. Can't have a sick Yeezus, can we? [TMZ]
"Miley Cyrus does Fashion Week in the Most Miley Cyrus Way Possible." Yep. Accurate. [HuffPost]
Edie Falco's Nurse Jackie is entering her final shift. Showtime has confirmed that season 7 will be the series' last.
It looks like Charlie Hunnam made the right call to focus on "Sons of Anarchy" instead of stretching himself thin with "Fifty Shades of Grey." The final season premiered to its biggest audience ever. [EW]
Khloe Kardashian might be back on the market, according to reports that the reality star is taking a break from her relationship with rapper French Montana. [Us Weekly]
Oof, this rumored Taylor Swift/Katy Perry feud is getting personal: rumor has it started over John Mayer. [Page Six]
So, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin. We guess this is really a thing. [People]
What's up with all of the spoiler-rific teaser trailers lately? First ABC drops a "Scandal" bomb with Olivia Pope sipping wine on the beach, and then "Homeland" gives us a sneak peek at season four that made our eyes pop. Thankfully, though, both clips raise more questions than answers.
On Taylor Swift's new album, there's a song called "Bad Blood," about a female artist with whom Swift doesn't exactly get along. She doesn't name names, of course, but everyone's thinking the track is really about Katy Perry: [HuffPost]
We think it's cute that Michelle Money and Cody Sattler from "The Bachelor: Paradise" want to get hitched. Maybe they'll be one of the few "Bachelor" couples who make it! [Us Weekly]
So, we take it that Jennifer Lopez's upcoming movie "The Boy Next Door" is a twisted version of "The Graduate"?
Jennifer Lawrence could use some good news, no? In the midst of her photo drama, at least she can hold on to being the highest-grossing action movie heroine - a feat that puts her in the Guinness Book of World Records. [Guinness World Records]
While we're talking about "The Hunger Games," get a look at the first promo shot of Katniss from "Mockingjay - Part I." [EW]
Because she's Beyonce, the singer will be spending her 33rd birthday on September 4 in Corsica. [E!]
Both Scarlett Johansson and Alyssa Milano have welcomed newborn girls into their families. Johansson and her fiance, Romain Dauriac, confirmed the arrival of daughter Rose on September 4, the same day that Alyssa Milano and her husband, David Bugliari, welcomed daughter Elizabella Dylan. [MTV/Us Weekly]
GhostTunes may sound scary, but it's actually just Garth Brooks' new online music store. [NYT]