"Thanks to help online I finally figured out how to properly dip an Oreo," Selena Gomez posted to her Facebook page. A proud, proud day for Mr. and Mrs. Gomez, to be sure. Full pic after the jump.
X Factor judges Simon Cowell and Britney Spears were all "smiles" at the FOX upfronts in NYC. Their upcoming salaries are definitely cause for grinning. Full pic after the jump.
Lady Gaga tweeted this appetizing pic from the Born This Way Ball in Tokyo. Full slabs after the jump.
Ri Ri's Instagram followers received this lovely behind the scenes look from recent "Where Have You Been" shoot. Full pic after the jump.
The Biebs debuted his tighty whities at Wango Tango. More jaw/trow-dropping pics after the jump...
Katy Perry at the podium of the NARM Music Biz Awards dinner party at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
The famously adorable British cover artists Sophia Grace and Rosie continue to grace the Ellen stage with their original muse, Ms. Minaj.
We assume Terry Richardson's camera goes off whenever Lady Gaga squeezes her left boob. Again, we're just assuming here.
Azealia Banks was pin-up perfection her her photo shoot with Dossier Journal. Full pic after the jump.
Rihanna gives her Instagram followers the shirt off her back. Full pic after the jump.
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Selena Gomez and the rest of the gals from the upcoming Spring Breakers wear very little for their Interview Magazine shoot. Full spread after the jump.
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