Prince Harry shows you how to give and get a proper Maori greeting.
Happy ab-tastic Tuesday.
Charlie Hunnam had something of a nervous breaksdown over intense shooting schedule that would have left him with just 48 hours between wrapping Sons of Anarchy and starting work on 50 Shades as Christian Grey.
Margaret Cho: "Joan Rivers put the 'fun' in 'funeral'."
Video game The Sims 4 soon to get more gay friendly: "There's an online gallery mode in The Sims 4, but to put it simply, words such as "gay," "lesbian," and "homosexual" are not allowed at the moment. 'The Sims has a long history of supporting stories that players want to tell, irrespective of gender preference,' a company rep stated. 'The Gallery uses an automated filtering program that filters out certain words, including some of the ones you mentioned below. We are aware of have been working on a fix, which will be out soon.'"
Tom Hardy says what we've all thought about Titanic: "There was enough room on that door. Really, realistically, it was kind of off. If she loved him, she would have moved over, right?”
In other Tom Hardy news, he made out with a puppy.
Andrew Garfield takes his beard to Toronto and hangs with Eddie Redmayne.
Interactive map reveals how you would be affected if an asteroid struck Earth.
Viking 'ring fortress' discovered in Denmark may have been used to launch invasion of England in 1013
Dalai Llama says there is no need for a successor: "'We had a Dalai Lama for almost five centuries. The 14th Dalai Lama now is very popular. Let us then finish with a popular Dalai Lama. If a weak Dalai Lama comes along, then it will just disgrace the Dalai Lama,' he added with a laugh, according to a transcript of the English language interview."
A "caption this" photo that may get tongues wagging.
Apple unveils iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch and Apple Pay.
Home Depot confirms credit card hack: "The hack 'could potentially impact any customer that has used their payment card at our U.S. and Canadian stores, from April forward.'"
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka release additional wedding photo.
Benedict Cumberbatch discusses how it's "shocking" that things such as ex-gay therapy still exist: "It's still going on in North America with the Christian far right!" he said. "There are courses and doctors and meds handed out to 'cure' people of their homosexuality, and it's shocking that it still goes on. It's also shocking that any time there's any kind of hardship, the minorities are immediately scapegoated – and that includes homosexuals in Russia, the Golden Dawn in Greece. The Golden Dawn came out of a financial crisis and people wanted answers, and the minute you start stirring up nationalistic feelings, minorities are the first people to get it because they're the easiest to scapegoat. It's terrifying."
Net neutrality summed up.
Mean Girls: Taylor Swift and Katy Perry throw shade each other's way.
Gay man commits suicide in West Hollywood Sheriff's station parking lot: "Around 10:05 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6, the phone rang at the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station. Answering the call behind the two-way glass mirror separating the public lobby from the operations area, the dispatcher heard a male voice very calmly and deliberately say he was going to commit suicide. The dispatcher and the sworn officer by his side immediately tried to determine where the man was and talk him out of killing himself. It was only in the fading seconds of the one-minute phone call that the dispatcher heard the man say he was in their own parking lot. The call then disconnected and a shot was fired just before deputies rushed out to help."