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Leo Joins Jonah Hill for 'Titanic' 'SNL'
PHOTO: Saturday Night Live: Leonardo DiCaprio crashes Jonah Hills monologue to recreate Titanic

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.

Phil Collins to Partner With Adele

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.

Noah's Ark Was Round, Say Researchers
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.

Judge Judy Gets New Show
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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