-- quicklist:1 title: Kaley Cuoco Surprises Husband text: Kaley Cuoco had a few surprises up her sleeve this weekend when she threw husband Ryan Sweeting a birthday bash.
The "Big Bang Theory" star shocked Sweeting at a surprise party Saturday night, causing him to fall to the ground in shock when she revealed dozens of friends hidden behind a black curtain at the shindig, according to People Magazine.
As if that weren't enough, Cuoco then unveiled a custom-made "pop-up book cake" that had edible, 3-D images from Sweeting's life on the top of it. So sweet! media:24615135
quicklist:2 title: Kate Upton Wows in a Bikini text: So that's what Kate Upton looks like in a bikini.
The model is among the top trends on the Web today after E! posted an image of Upton in a bikini while on vacation with pro-baseball-player boyfriend Justin Verlander. Social Climber could describe the bikini (blue floral) or what Verlander was wearing, but you'd probably just rather see the photo, right? Here it is. media:24615497
quicklist:3 title: Jennifer Aniston Gushes Over Justin Theroux text: Jennifer Aniston is in love, folks.
The actress could not stop gushing about fiance Justin Theroux in an interview with Women's Wear Daily this week. Her beau is the new cover model for the August issue of Details magazine.
“I commend him for his courage. This is not normal for him. He’s so graceful and utterly kind and golden,” Aniston said. “It is amazing. He’s just so beautiful and handsome to me, and I love that his eyeballs are so beautifully captured because those eyes just knock me out every day."
And she didn't stop there. Read what else Aniston had to say here. media:24615546
quicklist:4 title: Ex-Miss Delaware Wants Her Crown Back text: The woman who was crowned Miss Delaware and then stripped of her crown for being too old is suing the state pageant officials and Miss America organization, according to the AP.
Amanda Longacre is seeking to be reinstated as Miss Delaware and wants $500,000 in damages.
"It is a lawsuit without merit and we will defend it vigorously," Sharon Pearce, president of the Miss America organization, told the AP. media: 24615669