GUYS, Breaking Bad is over. OMG. But if you're sick of reading about this over and over, here are some under-the-radar stories that have nothing to do with Walter White.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is a fan of HAIM, just like the rest of us.
The Haim sisters dedicated a BBC performance of "The Wire" to the PM, and he tweeted back at them. Read the story at Stereogum.
Lena Dunham was genuinely entertained by the Saturday Night Live spoof of Girls, and Mindy Kaling has proof.
Read how the two cutest, cleverest friends in the world reacted to the Tina Fey-starring sketch at Us Weekly.
The Lady Gaga/Tony Bennett jazz album will be released next year, so we should start preparing ourselves now.
We can't really imagine what this album will sound like, but the 87-year-old Bennett says it's "sensational." Read on at PopCrush.
Bill Murray turned 63, and this artist created an awesome infographic.
Check out the amazing graphic, which chronicles everything from his background to his best quotes, at The Huffington Post.
Merritt Wever explains her short, painful, amazing Emmys speech.
Apparently, she was caught off guard. Read the interview at Vulture.
Katy Perry says she'll "probably turn into more of a Joni Mitchell."
And it was not a joke. Read the rest of her interview at Billboard (the comment's on page 2).
Oops, actually here's something about Breaking Bad: Miley Cyrus doesn't really like it.
She says there's too much coughing. Read more at The Hollywood Reporter.
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