Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!
Lady Gaga Slapped Taylor Kinney The First Time He Kissed Her!
When Taylor was on the set of "You and I," he kissed Lady Gaga while the film was rolling. Once they yelled cut, she slapped him. The second time, he did the same exact thing, and she didn't slap him the second time. It must have been love! He shared this story with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live. Click below to view the clip:
There's A New Die Hard Movie In The Works!
How many times can you Die Hard, you ask? Well, this one is a prequel. We're not sure how that all works given that the Die Hard franchise has been around for quite some time, but according to NME, "Die Hard Year One (working title), would largely be set in 1979 and focus on John McClane's early career as a New York City cop." Don't think that gets Bruce Willis off the hook that easy. It's said that they are hoping he will still play the present day McClane in the present day scenes.
— Polygon (@Polygon) October 15, 2015
Meghan Trainor's Peanuts Music Video Dropped!
It's got an awesome Caribbean sound, and it's all about dancing - plus, Peanuts characters!
Watch it here:
Jane Fonda and Michael Jackson Went Skinny Dipping Once?
Apparently so! According to Billboard, Jane and Mike stripped down and went for a swim. She was staying with Katherine Hepburn on the set of On Golden Pond. "We lived together. I went skinny dipping with him — also, by the way, with Greta Garbo.” Well, fancy that!
— EntertainmentTonight (@etnow) October 15, 2015
GQ Inquires About "Bad Blood" To Taylor Swift, And Finally Gets An Eloquent Answer
"It was important to show that losing friendships can be just as damaging to a person as losing a romantic relationship." Taylor admits that she wanted to make sure that people didn't assign her song "Bad Blood" to an ex-boyfriend, because it was far from the truth. She knew that people would try to go for that target right away, but it wasn't about an ex, and she knew that this time. "It was not a song about heartbreak. It was about the loss of friendship....So I don’t necessarily care who people think it’s about." Read more at GQ.
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) October 15, 2015
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