Karl Lagerfeld weighed in on the most divisive issue facing America today: Michelle Obama‘s bangs. He’s not a fan.

Barbra Streisand will grace the Oscars with a “very special performance,” her  first time belting it out on the main stage since 1977. We doubt she’ll do the same for the Razzies.

– Another diva making an awards show comeback performance: Justin Timberlake at the Grammys.

rihanna-rolling-stone-coverRihanna covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone, bearing the headline, “Crazy in Love.” Aside from the obvious dig at the Queen Bey, they’re at least half-right.

– Speaking of crazy: Ke$ha. The pop tart is getting her own reality show on MTV, My Crazy Beautiful Life.

– Realizing that Magic Mike was the apex of his cinematic career, Steven Soderbergh is retiring from film.

Bradley Cooper ripped off his shirt at a SoulCycle class in New York,  causing several female cyclists to fall off their bikes—over disappointment he wasn’t Ryan Gosling.

– Former celebrity Jason London, of Dazed & Confused “fame,” got punched in the face, gave paramedics some lip, got arrested, dropped the homophobic f-bomb, claimed to be both rich and a famous actor, and finally defecated in the back of the squad car. Not sure which is the most embarrassing part of that story.

– Perhaps seeing her future reflected in Jason London’s fecal trousers,  Lindsay Lohan did the bare minimum to avoid going to jail by showing up to her scheduled court date.

Tyler Perry broke Oprah.  Luckily all of O’s horses and all of O’s men were able to put her together again. Gayle helped.

30 Rock comes to a close tonight, so test yourself on all things Liz Lemon.

– Apparently there’s some football game this Sunday. More importantly, Beyoncé‘s getting ready to shut the world down:

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