Star Scoop: Lady Gaga Set in Stone, Countdown 2014 With Beyonce, Gravity Sets October High



Little monsters have done it again. Lady Gaga's loyal legion of fans made #iHeartARTPOP a trending topic this morning, prompting Haus of Gaga to release the official cover art of her upcoming disc. The work features a nude Gaga sculpture from artist Jeff Koons, who will likely be on hand to present it during Gaga's NYC art rave. [Heavy]

2014 will be the year of Beyoncé—literally. Card-carrying members of the Beyhive will be able to spend everyday with the queen thanks to the release of her first-ever calendar, featuring never-before-seen photos… and maybe a clue to her album release date?! [Shop Beyoncé]

Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity didn't just debut at the top of box office tallies; the sci-fi thriller also set records as the biggest opener for Sandra BullockGeorge Clooney, and the month of October with a whopping $55.6 million. [Rolling Stone]

That doesn't mean the hit went without criticism though. Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson expressed his issues with the film in a series of tweets dubbed “Mysteries of #Gravity.” Up for discussion were improper use of zero gravity, specifically in relation to Bullock's hair. For the record, though, Tyson “enjoyed #Gravity very much.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

Twenty-six years after his passing, Andy Warhol is still a multi-million dollar man. Two works from the pop art purveyor will be auctioned off next month at Christie's and Sotheby's, and are expected to pull in $100 million. [CNN]

Are you having a good time? Because Paris Hilton is having a good time. And she might be a bit tipsy. But that's ok, because you're with her… or at least Lil Wayne is. Don't believe us? Preview her first single as the newest member of YMCMB. [MTV]

Scarlett Johansson has been crowned Esquire's sexiest woman alive for the second time. The Her sweet talker is off the market too. Obvi. [USA Today]

It's a boy! Extant lead Halle Berry and her fiancé Olivier Martinez welcomed a bustling baby boy this weekend at L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. [L.A. Times]