High five to whichever secret government lab spliced Lana Del Rey and Joan Rivers to create the most awesomest mouth in the universe, and a double-fist-bump for giving it to the only celebrity who actually, somehow, makes it look good.
It got a hell of a lot easier with reports that a fourth season of the series will be launched on Netflix as a lead-up to a 2013 movie release. Big screen, small screen, whatever it may be—we're never-nude with anticipation.
Rarely does a Best Actress honoree give us so much to love with so little smiling. Between Young Adult, Snow White and the Huntsman and Prometheus, Charlize's emotionally complex mugging is making up for all the damage done by Julia Roberts' teeth.
Just when you thought the word "swag" had been swallowed up by Drake's "Y.O.L.O." hashtag, in comes Justin Bieber, who not only resurrected the word that NPR's All Things Considered called 2011's Hip-Hop Word of the Year (they would know!), but also gave it an ingenious adjectival makeover.
All hail the anti-Katy! In the time it would take us to recite the ludicrously long title of her amazing new album, you could have it downloaded to your desktop and ready to satisfy every torchy, soulful bone in your music-loving body.
Why settle for fragrances or clothing lines when we can share our favorite celebs' passion for getting looped? From Justin Timberlake's tequila fixation to Kim Kardashian's Midori habit to Bethenny Frankel's line of potent Skinny Girl beverages, being tipsy has never been so glam.
We love how she kept her cool amid criticism for openly talking about her stint in rehab. Now, Demi gets to do the judging—safely cloaked in Britney Spears' shadow—on The X Factor.
Don't fret just because the uncloseted version of the DC Comics icon is relegated to an alternate universe/timeline and not the character's main Hal Jordan series. As the saying goes: It gets better.
Between Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby landing this Christmas, Avatar 2 (and 3 and 4 and 5...) on the horizon and Scorsese swearing off 2-D for good, we are now more than happy to suck it up and buy a non-disposable pair of those funny glasses.
You don't have to be a tortured parent of a Hannah Montana fan to rejoice in Miley's evolution from saccharine kiddie-TV icon to well-dressed, betrothed, unafraid-of-sex grownup. But it helps.
Just when you thought the odd spectacle of Spider-Man 3's Emo Spider-Man had sent the franchise packing, along comes The Social Network's real breakout star to give us the Peter Parker we've been waiting for all along.
When even your dad has a dubstep playlist on his iPod, you know the world is safe for guys like Sonny "Skrillex" Moore. Grammy nods and mad licensing deals mean he can actually earn a living making his glitchy, groovy, otherworldly jams.
From Teresa Giudice's nonexistent forehead to Ramona Singer's wine-fueled psychotic breaks, there's no stopping or topping the "real" drama these affluent dames unleash season after jaw-dropping season.
This is the kind of Internet porn we can really get behind. Seconds on the "Cherpumple" (full-sized cherry, pumpkin and apple pies baked into a gigantic layer cake)? You know you want it.
Advice from John Hodgman, ethical riffing from Chuck Klosterman and artist Jason Polan's kick-ass drawings of every single thing in New York City are giving America's last newspaper—or at least its online readers—plenty of LOLs.
The onset of the summer games in London makes us wish we were still in junior high, just so we could plaster our lockers with pictures of America's finest sporty specimens. From virginal track-and-field star Lolo Jones to devilishly hot swimmer Ryan Lochte, the level of sex appeal is enough to cast the next 12 Michael Bay movies.
For real. Just look at that thing. Shhhhhhh...don't talk. Just look.
Finally, an Xbox-ready sim that lets us live out our fantasy of hacking into every cell phone, database and computer network within clicking distance. This thing looks so fun we're not even sure it'll need a movie spin-off.
Judging by recent photo shoots and advance stills from Harmony Korine's upcoming movie Spring Breakers–think American Apparel swimsuit ads meet the multiplex–Selena has definitely graduated from the Disney Channel. We approve.
This eye-popping animated follow-up to the Avatar: The Last Airbender series on Nickelodeon has already made up for M. Night Shyamalan's super disappointing movie and then some.
The cops blamed it on bath salts, but you know that guy in Florida was just hopped up on season 2 of The Walking Dead. And while we're not about to bite anyone's face off, we're starting to feel the appeal of a world where hacking up undead marauders is job one.
Rumor has it that the real Tyrion Lannister is a part-time Web designer from Indianapolis. We started that rumor, just to prove that anyone named Tyrion Lannister is AWESOME. When he's a Game of Thrones hero, it's just frosting.
We're still not over the Dowager Countess, and you shouldn't be either. But we'll gladly renew our passports if it means going to the U.K. to catch the third season before Christmas.
From The Avengers' Loki to Bane from The Dark Knight Rises, bad guys are getting incredibly easy to love—not that we can't still enjoy watching them get CGI-blasted through massive brick walls.