Here are some of the biggest Headlines from Hollywood for the week of February 21, 2014.
Season 2 of "House Of Cards" premiered last week on Netflix and people cannot stop talking about it. I bet some of your friends are completely obsessed with it.
Even, President Obama is a fan. He tweeted, "No spoilers please" when the show's newest season started. Since it's on Netflix, viewers can watch all 13 episodes in one sitting. It's called "binge watching." Forbes is reporting 16 percent of all Netflix subscribers watched at least one House of Cards episode in the first 24 hours it premiered. That's an eight times spike from last year.
Details regarding the late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's will have been revealed. He left all his personal property to the mother of his three children. The will was created in 2004, before the birth of his two other children. Hoffman said his desire was to have his oldest son raised in New York, Chicago or San Francisco so he could be exposed to culture.
Actress Sharon Stone says she *cried* about getting older. In an interview with "Shape Magazine" the 55-year-old says when she was in her 40s, she locked herself in the bathroom with a bottle of wine, looked in the mirror and started crying incessantly. Then, she decided to be proactive about again. These days her workout routine includes dancing, stretching, going to the gym, and she stopped drinking alcohol.
The BAFTAs, also knows as Britain's Oscar Awards, were this past weekend. Oprah, gave all of us a behind-the-scenes look of her getting ready for the show. "Hellooooo Stella McCartney," she says in classic Oprah style.
Nine celebrity couples had babies this week! Including actors Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, and Simon Cowell. Click here for the entire list.
Pharrell Williams stole the show at the Grammy's with this hat. Now, he is auctioning it off for charity. He joked on Twitter, "Hey Arby's you want my hat? Now's your chance" It's going for $10,500 on eBay.
His Oscar nominated song from "Despicable Me 2" has been downloaded 1.3 million times, and it has the first ever 24-hour-music video.
The GMS Crew gets into the happy groove and claps along because they feel "happiness is the truth!"