Pop News Heat Index: Lara Spencer Tracks Trends

VIDEO: Lara Spencer on why Pippa Middleton, the Muppets and domain names are trending.
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What's new, what's super hot, and what's not. Good Morning America's lifestyle anchor Lara Spencer tracks all the trends and brings you the day's hottest entertainment and pop culture news.

Scorching: Pippa Middleton and Alex Loudon

Setting the romantic record straight, the insanely hot, Pippa Middleton, 27, is not back on the market. Rumors that Kate Middleton's little sis broke up with her long time boyfriend, cricket-star-turned-banker Alex Loudon, 30, are apparently false, according to Britain's Daily Mail.

Britain's most eligible woman was spotted last weekend with former flame George Percy, the son of the Duke of Northumberland and one of Britain's richest men, prompting Britain's newspapers to report that she and Loudon had separated. If you listen closely you can hear bachelors around the world sobbing.

Burning Up: Internet Address Change

Web addresses that end with "dot com" are so 2011. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which regulates Internet addresses, has approved an expansion of available domain names from .com, .net, .org to anything you can imagine. You'll even be able to create your own extensions. "Dot Lara"? Read more here.

The Hotness: Lacey Schwimmer

One of "Dancing with the Stars'" outrageously talented pros, Lacey Schwimmer, hopes to prove her pipes are as smooth as her paso doble. Though she's not giving up her day job just yet, the "Dancing" star will release her first single, "Love Soundz," Tuesday. In an interview with Radaronline.com, Schwimmer describes it as having a "unique beat" and said she wants to get everyone out on the dance floor this summer.

Simmering: The Muppets Trailer

Move over Meryl Streep! A trailer for the new Muppet movie was released online over the weekend and everyone's favorite puppets give the performance of a lifetime. Miss Piggy plays a plus size fashion editor, Kermit the Frog stars inspiring as our hero, and Fozzy Bear is a musician who has fallen on hard times and is now performing with a lounge act called "The Moopets." Amy Adams lends her star power to the film. The new "Muppet" movie is set to hit theaters in time for Thanksgiving. "The Muppets" was produced by Walt Disney Pictures, which is owned by ABC's parent company, Disney.

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