A recent filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office shows that Taylor Swift has applied to trademark several phrases from lyrics to her album 1989, including “Party like it’s 1989,” “‘Cause we never go out of style,” and the notorious “This sick beat” line from her rapped bridge on “Shake It Off.” This means that if you were planning on selling “This Sick Beat” shirts on Etsy, you should probably scrap them or face Swift’s super perky, toootally chill legal wrath. (Source: TIME)
Huge news, SNL fans: Eddie Murphy is ending his 30-year SNL absence and is headed to the show’s 40th anniversary special set to air on February 15th.
Lindsay Lohan is apparently trying to claim fan “Meet-and-Greets” as “Community Service”. This is part of the 80 hours of community service she was supposed to perform for a 2012 reckless driving charge.
19 month-old Baby North is featured in Kanye’s new music video “Only One” (oh, so is Paul McCartney).
Universal Pictures has revealed the trailer for Seth MacFarlane’s Ted 2.