Afternoon Delight: Rihanna slapped Michael Cera silly, Kate Moss and Sharon stone pucker up for charity

Good afternoon everyone!

Happy birthday to Kristen Stewart, Cynthia Nixon, Leighton Meester, Elle Fanning and Paulina Porizkova!

Actress Kristen Stewart at the 2013 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, CA.

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This morning GLAAD, We Happy Trans and This is HOW announced their inaugural Trans 100 list. The list “focuses on positive work being accomplished by trans people nationwide.”

Glee’s Naya Rivera is very modest.


Speaking of Glee, despite numerous reports a representative at Oxygen insists that The Glee Project has not been cancelled. (Does this turn your frown upside down?)

Here’s the official poster for the teenage assassin film Violet & Daisy starring Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan. Violet & Daisy hits theaters in June and I can’t f-ing wait!

Apparently Rihanna really slapped the shit out Arrested Development’s Michael Cera while shooting the apocalypse film This is the End. Sometimes art is painful.


Kate Moss and Sharon Stone puckered up with one another for charity. During the amFAR Gala Inspiration in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Moss and Stone agreed to kiss during the night’s auction. Their kiss and a signed bottle of champagne went for £35,000 and all the money raised at the event will go towards AIDS research.

Nikita’s Maggie Q has signed on for sci-fi film Divergent. The movie, set in post-apocalyptic Chicago, also stars Shailene Woodley, Kate Winslet and Zoe Kravitz.

Scarlett Johansson won’t just be making a cameo in the next installment of Captain America: Winter Soldier, instead she’ll have a “major supporting role” in the film. (This news will make my wife very happy.)

Trish Bendix posted this amazing photo on her Facebook page. Yes, that is Taylor Swift’s head on Justin Bieber’s body and vice versa.

Actress Sienna Miller’s nine-month old daughter Marlowe supports equality. (Well, at least her stroller does.)

Tweet of the Day!

Today’s tweet comes from Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead.