Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!
North West Ignores The World, Rocks A Cinderella Dress
Kim Kardashian captions the photo of her daughter playing inside her closet "It's gonna be a long night." I guess North felt that she wanted to play dress up, as she sits with her Minnie Mouse in the closet, with toys and clothes surrounding her. You gotta hand it to North West to soften the blow of anything her Dad does, just by being adorable.
Since Taylor Swift Has Been Off-Tour, What Has She Been Doing?
Taylor answers this simply with no words. Just this video clip. Looks like she's getting some rest in, with the exception of one hand.
Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney Possibly Marrying In Italy
“She wants to celebrate her heritage, so they’re looking at places in the Italian countryside. She wants a big Italian wedding,” according to a source of PageSix. They also say that they think that her choice of venue will inspire her dress, but nothing has been set in stone yet. We're pretty certain that Tony Bennett has to sing at her wedding, at the very least.
"BBHMM" Stands For "Barack Better Have My Money," Apparently
According to Elle, "In partnership with the Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will set forth a proposal to require companies to report employee salaries to the federal government. The data will be broken down by race, gender, and ethnicity, highlighting any discrepancies in compensation." This is in effort to link up women's pay with male's pay in a constant wage gap. Given that he's rocking that executive order in hand, people cannot block him on this. *Sings I'm Just A Bill, Yes I'm Only A Bill*
— Brett Modglin (@BrettModglin) January 18, 2016
After All The Films Were Made And The Money Spent, Zach Galifianakis Wishes The Hangover Was Only One Movie
"Look, that was a good chunk of my life that I do not regret at all but I wished we had just done one," said Galifianakis in a Marc Maron Podcast, according to NME. Well Zach, we agree with you there. 100 percent.
Amy Cooper is a writer and pop culture fact nerd, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”