Damn, girl. Kim Kardashian snapped her sexiest selfie yet this week, proving that the Atkins diet has worked wonders since she gave birth to North West just four months ago. Wearing a tight white swimsuit that accentuated her famous derriere, the blond beauty also flashed plenty of sideboob in the sultry shot. "#NoFilter," the 32-year-old wrote in the Instagram caption. Within five hours, nearly 400,000 people liked the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star's latest pic. "Shake that ass Kim! You should be proud!" one fan wrote. Another user raved, "You look great!" But it was Kardashian's boyfriend, Kanye West, who really took notice of her perfect posterior. Retweeting a link to the image, he wrote, "HEADING HOME NOW."
Cee Lo Green was a guest on "Watch What Happens Live" last night. Andy Cohen asked him which other judge from "The Voice" he would pick to have on his team, if they were contestants on the show. Cee Lo says he'd pick Christina if he wanted to win, and Blake if he just wanted someone cool to hang out with.
KISS is finally on the ballot for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But don't expect them to celebrate by bringing back the original lineup. Gene Simmons just said he absolutely would not play with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss if the band makes it into the Hall. He says they each had three chances to be in the band, and they each messed up three times. He says they belong at home, signing autographs and staying clean, because they're happier that way.
One thing we haven't seen Tom Hanks do yet is a superhero movie. And it's not by choice. He says, quote, "They don't ask me, man. I keep trying. Come on, I can do it. I can do it. Even let me play a bad guy, let me play the bad guy against Batman. I'll do anything, call me. They've never asked. What do I gotta do?" Tom doesn't want to play some scrub, though. If he can't be the villain, he wants to be the HERO. He says, quote, "God, I want to throw a shield at somebody. I want that. "And I don't want to play the guy in the suit who tells the superheroes what's going on, I don't want to be that guy. 'Well, you know Batman, Captain America, Iron Man, here's what we've discovered.' "I don't want to be that guy. I want to get in there, I want to play The Flash or something like that. They'll never give me a chance."
Jimmy Kimmel talked about Anthony Weiner's interview with "GQ," and Weiner saying he'd be Mayor of New York if the Internet didn't exist. Jimmy said he'd be flying right now if gravity didn't exist.
Kimmel also talked about the end of the government shutdown. Jimmy said it feels like his sister got back together with an abusive boyfriend.
Bad news, men everywhere ... Kristen Bell is officially off the market -- TMZ has learned, she and longtime boyfriend Dax Shepard have finally tied the knot. The couple had a no-frills ceremony at the Beverly Hills County Clerk Office. We're told there was a photographer present, and Kristen was crying. According to eye witnesses, Kristen and Dax went to the clerk office just to get their marriage license -- but when a court employee offered to marry them on the spot, they agreed ... and conducted the ceremony in a nearby courtroom. Not a huge surprise ... Kristen has talked about wanting a courthouse marriage in the past, saying, "I feel like we get enough attention in our daily lives and we just want something sort of private that involves pen and paper." Dax famously proposed to Kristen after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the gay marriage ban in June ... kind of a solidarity thing. Mazel tov!
"Glee" creator Ryan Murphy has announced that the show will come to an end after NEXT season . . . so, that's one more season after this one, and then that's it. Murphy added that his initial plan for the final season heavily involved Lea Michele and Cory Monteith's characters, Rachel and Finn . . . but obviously, that will have change now that Cory's dead. He said, quote, "The final year of the show . . . was designed around Rachel and Finn's story. I always knew that, I always knew how it would end. I knew what the last shot was . . . and [Finn] was in it. "I knew what the last line was . . . [Rachel] said it to him. So when a tragedy like that happens you sort of have to pause and figure out what you want to do, so we're figuring that out now." Murphy added that he has a new idea, and that he's going to be pitching it to the network soon. Fox has already renewed "Glee" for a sixth season next year.
Daniel Radcliffe got "played" recently on a British radio show. Literally. One of the hosts, Lisa Snowdon, bent him over her knee and used his backside as a set of bongo drums. It's apparently something they like to do with celebrities. They call it, "Bum Bum Bongos".
Not all celebrities like to party. There are plenty who don't drink at all. Some of them are recovering alcoholics and drug users, some have been clean all their lives, and some used to casually partake, but don't see the point anymore.
Here are 19 Celebrities Who Don't Drink . . .
Jennifer Hudson . . . she says she's NEVER had a drink.
Blake Lively . . . says she doesn't drink or do drugs, but doesn't say why.
Russell Brand . . . says he's been clean for 11 years.
Edie Falco . . . sober for 21 years.
Kim Kardashian . . . says she doesn't drink.
Christina Ricci . . . chose to stop drinking 15 years ago.
Matthew Perry . . . hasn't had a drink since rehab in the late 90's.
Kristin Davis . . . stopped drinking 25 years ago, because it was interfering with her acting career.
Kim Cattrall . . . says she doesn't drink or take drugs.
Eminem . . . sober for several years, since battling addiction.
Jennifer Lopez . . . doesn't drink, because it "ruins your skin."
Ewan McGregor . . . says he doesn't drink anymore, because it made him a "maniac."
Colin Farrell . . . has been sober for seven years.
Kelly Osbourne . . . sober, after doing rehab a bunch of times.
Jada Pinkett Smith . . . sober for eight years, after she realized she was becoming addicted.
Gerard Butler . . . quit drinking 15 years ago.
Tyra Banks . . . says she only tasted alcohol once, when she was 12.
Bradley Cooper . . . stopped drinking nine years ago, after realizing he was partying too much and derailing his career.
Tobey Maguire . . . has been sober since he was 19.