Social Climber: Leo Joins Jonah Hill for 'Titanic' on 'SNL,' Judge Judy's New Show

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Leo Joins Jonah Hill for 'Titanic' 'SNL'
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PHOTO: Saturday Night Live: Leonardo DiCaprio crashes Jonah Hills monologue to recreate Titanic
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So who's the king of the world now?

In a surprise guest appearance on "Saturday Night Live," Leonardo DiCaprio made fun of one of his biggest hits by reenacting "Titanic" with his "Wolf of Wall Street" co-star and "SNL" host Jonah Hill.

The pair acted out the famous scene where DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's characters share a tender moment on the bow of the ill-fated ship. Only this time, Hill took on Winslet's love-struck character.

"Am I flying Jack?" Hill asked DiCaprio.

"Yes, you're flying Rose," DiCaprio answered in character before sending the show to commercial with his arms still around Hill.

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Phil Collins to Partner With Adele
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Do you have two ears and heart and like Phil Collins? Apparently plenty of people do since there is buzz going around about Collins partnering up with Adele for a new song.

According to MTV News in the UK, Collins said in an interview that he was actually a newcomer to Adele's songs, because apparently he's been living under a rock.

"I wasn't actuality too aware [of her]. I live in a cave [but] she's achieved an incredible amount and I really love her voice and I love some of that stuff she's done. So, to me, it's always an eye-opener. Educational," said Collins.

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Noah's Ark Was Round, Say Researchers
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PHOTO: The 4000 year old clay tablet containing the story of the Ark and the flood stands on display at the British Museum in London, Friday, Jan. 24, 2014.
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How do you build an ark? Apparently make it round.

British researchers say they have deciphered 4,000-year-old clay tablet, which had another version of Noah's Ark, where the ark was actually round.

How a giant round vessel called a "coracle" could float after being packed with animals "two by two" remains to be seen.

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Judge Judy Gets New Show
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PHOTO: Judge Judy attends the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival at the State Supreme Courthouse on April 17, 2012 in New York City.
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But will she keep the lace collars?

Everyone's favorite television Judge Judy Sheindlin has figured out another way to make good television out of a courtroom.

Sheindlin is producing a new show called "Hot Bench." Sheindlin said she got the idea for the new program after seeing three-judge panels on a visit to Ireland.

If only our holiday brainstorms could be so lucrative.

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