You probably remember that Zayn Malik quit One Direction about a month ago, in the middle of the band's tour.
Now, he's hooked up with a music producer, Naughty Boy. And Naughty Boy decided to tweet a picture of himself and his new protege, captioning it "Replace This."
The jab was likely aimed at Zayn's former bandmates, and it landed.
Louis Tomlinson, still in One Direction, took a shot at the picture itself.
The twitter war was on, mostly between Louis and Naughty Boy, until Zayn weighed in on this exchange.
Looks like this thing could drag on and on in 140-letter increments, of course.
One of Jimmy Fallon's regular celebrity games is Catchphrase. Tonight Show
In it, each player has to get his or her partner to say a particular phrase by providing clues without saying any part of the phrase.
It's a variation on the old game show. Password
It's tough enough for English-speaking folks to play.
So what happens when one of your players is Sofia Vergara, a native of Colombia who seems to struggle with her second language - although that could be a ploy, who knows?
Anyway, what happens is hilarity
Check it out!
This one slipped by me a few weeks ago, but it's worth watching.
It's a segment from , featuring a 61-year-old Parisian who works with Wendy, a talking dog. Britain's Got Talent
Yes, a talking dog.
Okay, it's a ventriloquist act, but with a real live animal.
Check out the reactions of the judges as the bit begins, seemingly awkwardly, and then gets incredibly funny.
You will laugh - guaranteed!
A fan with some decent editing software has put together an almost brilliant mash-up of clips from s plus behind-the-scenes footage into a promo worthy of Bravo's Game of Throne series. Real Housewives
Welcome to , featuring former queen, Cersei Lannister, and current queen, Margaery Tyrell, with an Real Housewives of Kings Landing reality show spin. RH
Okay, it's actually brilliant.
Check it out!
A guy snorkeling in the Colorado River made a scary find the other day.
Two human skeletons in chairs on the riverbed.
He reported the find to the local sheriff's office, and now he's embarrassed to find out they're made of plastic, and were probably placed there as a joke.
The sheriff says he has no plans to track down the pranksters who set up the underwater tea party.
Instead, he most likely will set up the skeletons and chairs outside the sheriff's office - to further the joke.
The Wells Report is out, the NFL's investigation into the scandal called Deflategate.
Did the New England Patriots knowingly deflate game balls?
According to the report, the answer is "more probable than not that New England Patriots personnel participated in violations."
Hardly definitive, but certainly enough for PatriHaters to blow up Facebook and every other form of social media.
The probable personnel are an equipment assistant, an Officials Locker Room attendant, and the most recent Super Bowl MVP, Tom Brady.
So what do you think? Should there be some form of punishment? To whom, and in what form?
Monday, May 4th is semi-officially designated as Star Wars Day.
Why? Because "May the Fourth" Be With You.
Anyway, to celebrate, a group of fans built an $800 Lego Star Destroyer, and then destroyed it, dropping it nose-first onto a floor while filming the destruction in slow motion.
They even point out the demise of the Imperial representatives aboard the craft.
Yup, that's Geek to the Ultimate Power.
James Corden is starting to grow on me as a perfectly fine late night television host on . The Late Late Show
He's a decent joketeller, and handles interviews well.
But some of the stunts and skits he puts together and pulls off are as good as some of the things Jimmy Fallon's doing on . The Tonight Show
Check out this little farewell he did with Idina Menzel at the end of last week.
Earlier this week on , Jimmy Fallon and Jack Black did a shot-for-shot recreation of the music video for Extreme's "More Than Words." The Tonight Show
They do a pretty decent job with the song. Check it out.
It's even more impressive when you compare it to the original. Pretty amazing.
David Letterman is wrapping up his 33-year career in late night television this month, so a lot of A-list guests are being crammed into the final shows.
Steve Martin is one of them - a frequent guest and friend of Dave's.
He visited the a couple of days ago, and showed a couple of videos he'd compiled as an homage to his friend - one showing selections from his past, and one showing what his life will be like post-retirement. Late Show with David Letterman
Grab the tissues, folks!