5 Things You Need To Know In Pop Culture Today! (Feb. 16)

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

Christina Aguilera Joins "Tight Pants" Skit

We're not sure if Christina has a baby with Jimmy or Will - but there's a love triangle going on in these tight pants!

Bruno Mars Was Trying To Get Everyone Drunk At The Grammy's

He kept handing people his flask and taking pictures of them drinking. But what we really want to talk about is how Bruno looked like MJ on the Ed Sullivan Show performing "I Want You Back."

"Ooooo baby, give me one more chance!"


Monopoly Is Getting Credit Cards Because People Can't Math

Though Monopoly says that they are targeting a "newer generation," it seems what E! is describing is the board game is now going to have credit cards so you can exchange money between players without using actual money or counting. So it basically takes away that whole principal about learning to manage money while playing the game. Super!


"Rachel Green" Comes On To Saturday Night Live

Oh wow, yeah! Vanessa Bayer takes on Jennifer Aniston's character on Friends - and she's pretty spot on with the voice and everything. Watch it here:


Many Are Disappointing That Natalie Cole Did Not Get A Full Grammy Tribute

With so many tributes between David Bowie, The Eagles Glen Fry, Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead, and a nod to Maurice White of Earth, Wind, And Fire, many were taking to Twitter last night, voicing how Natalie Cole basically got the brush off - shoved into the "In Memorium" segment of the show. Her sister Timolin Cole told PageSix "We were hoping that there will be some sort of actual tribute to her fitting of her artistry and stature. She had 21 Grammy nominations and nine wins. She was such a force in the music industry and she transcended genres . . . I think she should be recognized for the impact she has had.” It was also rumored that Beyonce had been reported to have been approached, but her people rejected it.


Amy Cooper is a writer and pop culture fact nerd, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”