Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Have Everyone Buzzing, Kanye is Taking His Raps on the Road
Sept. 6, 2013
It's not always enough to know what's "trending." It kind of helps to know why. Welcome to The Social Climber, where we provide a quick primer on the people, places and things that are being feverishly searched and shared online -- and try to make sense of it all.
Are Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Engaged?
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Kunis was spotted with a gold band around THAT FINGER holding a bouquet of flowers. Everyone knows what that means -- engagement rumors must fly.
But even though everyone is wondering (and searching) as to whether Kunis is engaged to boyfriend Ashton Kutcher, there is no surefire answer as to whether to two former "That '70s Show" co-stars are planning on tying the knot any time soon, according to People Magazine.
Neither of Kunis nor Kutcher's reps have responded to ABC News' requests for comment.
The new dad will kick off his nearly two-month road trip in Seattle on Oct. 19, hitting Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Miami before culminating in Houston on Dec. 7, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Perhaps Kim and Baby North will be in tow.
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The Social Climber loves a good reveal on Twitter, but the trending hashtag string of the day --#mysexlifeinmovietitles -- may just be TMI.
"The 40 Year Old Virgin," "He's Just Not That Into You" and "A Series of Unfortunate Events" are just a sampling of what people are tweeting in response.
Thanks for sharing.
Katy Perry Apes Tarzan in 'Roar'
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The song of the summer may have had its moment, but "Blurred Lines" needs to start shuffling off to the side to make room for Katy Perry and her "Roar."
While Vergara doesn't have what it takes to break the top spot anchored by media mogul Oprah Winfrey, Forbes estimates her earnings were a cool $30 million in the past year.
Not too shabby, Sofia.
Snake Greets Customer in Texas Starbucks' Bathroom
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The last thing you want to see when you open a bathroom door is someone else behind it.
But Bruce Ahlswede found that he had company in the restroom when he was greeted by a slithery green snake lying across the toilet in a San Antonio, Texas, Starbucks, according to ABC's Austin affiliate KVUE-TV.
Ahlswede told KVUE-TV he alerted the Starbucks staff, but before they could catch it, it slithered "down underneath the rim of the bowl and right inside," he said.
Starbucks said the safety of their customers is a top priority, KVUE-TV reported. The store called in a specialist who performed an inspection and determined there were no further safety concerns. No word on just what happened to the snake.
What Does the Fox Say?
Watch your back, The Lonely Island. Ylvis is stealing your thunder.
The Norwegian duo released a hilarious music video racking up hits on YouTube for their song, "The Fox," to answer a question you never thought you'd know. If a dog goes woof, a bird goes tweet and a mouse goes squeak -- what noise does the fox make?