Star Scoop: Gwen Stefani Swears By the Truth, Kat Dennings Hearts Kim K., The Simpsons are Under Fire


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We heard Gwen Stefani’s first single in six years, “Baby Don’t Lie,” just a few days ago. Now, the official video for the trippy track has arrived. This, ladies and gents, is what we like to call an eyegasm. [YouTube]

Kat Dennings has never seen an ass like Kim Kardashian’s in her life. Mrs. West will guest star in an episode of 2 Broke Girls this season, and Dennings told Ellen DeGeneres what it’s like to zoom in on Kardashian’s best biggest asset. Squatspo?! [GossipCop]

The Simpsons are going to court. Goodfellas actor Frank Sivero is filing a case against the show for allegedly basing Springfield Mafia’s Louie on his Frankie Carbone character in the 1990 film. How much is he asking for? $250 million. Doh! [Deadline]

Florida moms: 0. Bryan Cranston: 1. A petition with more than 9,100 signatures had Toys ‘R’ Us rethink its Breaking Bad merchandise, but Walter White isn’t phased. “Florida mom petitions against Toys ‘R’ Us over Breaking Bad action figures,” Cranston said in a tweet. “I’m so mad, I’m burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest.” Ouch! [Vulture]

Matthew McConaughey was the man of he hour at the 28th American Cinematheque Awards where he was honored for epitomizing “what a Hollywood star should be.” That’s certainly the icing on his award-winning cake (he nabbed an Oscar, SAG Award, and Golden Globe for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, all in the same month). Still, we can’t help but think his adorable tots—and gorgeous wife—stole some of his thunder. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Quora is coming to a television screen near you. The Q&A website—used by Ashton KutcherJ.J. AbramsPresident Barack Obama, and other to answer questions from fans—has gone Hollywood with a popular forum (“If every state of the USA declared war against each other, which would win?”) being optioned as a television miniseries. [Variety]

If you’ve got $745 million to spare, you could be the next Peter JacksonThe Hobbit director’s latest film trilogy cost three-quarters of $1 billion to make, but could make three times that at the box office. [AP]

“Twerking is not feminism.” — Annie Lennox. The singer-cum-activist is tired of musicians disguising overtly sexual stage performances as a liberating, empowering part of women’s rights, but she does credit the likes of Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj for at least creating conversation around the topic. [Billboard]