5 Things You Need To Know In Pop Culture Today Today! (Nov. 20)

Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!

Watch The Most Extensive Handshake Ever By Justin Bieber And Jimmy Fallon

Forget the Lindsay Lohan Parent Trap handshake between her and her butler. This is way more intense than that. Check it out:

 

Here's Your First Look Of Kristen Stewart As Coco Chanel

Once and Forever is a film inception of sorts, of Kristen Stewart playing an actress who's impersonating Coco Chanel. Way to make it complicated,  Karl Lagerfeld. He is super excited to be working with Kristen outside of being the face of fashion campaigns. WWD quotes him saying "“She played it really, really mean. You only see her in tests and she’s complaining about everything. She’s mean with the director; mean with the producer.”

 

Taylor Swift Hands Out Moonmen To Her "Bad Blood" Co-Stars

Taylor got some MTV Moonmen made for all of her squad from the hit "Bad Blood" so each girl (and we're assuming Kendrick Lamar too) received an award. Mariska Hargitay and Cindy Crawford shared photos of their moonmen and the girls on their Instagram accounts.

 

James Corden, Bryan Cranston, and Reggie Watts Perform As A Mand Band

Okay, we will never look at Bryan Cranston the same ever again! Corden rounds up the "men" and perform as "M3n Not Boyz," dressed as some Backstreet Boys circa "I Want It That Way" attire. Cranston even rocks a fauxhawk as the band croons "I'll make love to you in my mini-van." What?

 

Gwen Stefani Talks Blake Shelton, "Used To Love You" With Ellen

Ellen puts Gwen on the spot and asks if he's a good kisser, they hash a little bit about Gavin and the "D" word, but you can tell that Ellen and Gwen have a great relationship because she didn't pry as much as you know she wanted to for the viewers sake. (Let's face it, we're sure Ellen already knows). Watch the clip here:

 

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