2.People continued to be obsessed with Bridgerton — especially star Regé-Jean Page.
3.The Kardashian/Jenners filmed their final episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, celebrating with cookies of their faces (because of course they did) and behind-the-scenes photos.
4.The Sex and the City reboot was officially announced: It's going to be called And Just Like That and will feature Miranda, Charlotte, and Carrie navigating their fifties.
5.It was announced that Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem were cast as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in a film about a week on the set of I Love Lucy.
6.Blake Shelton responded to backlash over his song "Minimum Wage," stating, "If that's offensive to you, then we'll just have to agree to disagree."
7.In COVID-related celeb news: Grimes says she "finally" got the virus and was "weirdly enjoying it," while Martha Stewart defended herself after she was accused of "cutting the line" to get the vaccine.
8.The Weeknd released the video for "Save Your Tears," unveiling a new face after having his face in bandages for many of his past videos. Many thought the look was a reference to his ex, Bella Hadid.
9.J.Lo and Lady Gaga were announced as performers at the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris...
10....though Chrissy Teigan wanted J.Lo to perform the national anthem in Spanish.
16.Brie Larson took a quiz on her YouTube channel in which she seemed to suggest she had wondered about her sexuality as a child, and Twitter wondered if she'd just come out.
17.It was announced that Chris Evans was nearing a deal to return as Captain America — but then Chris Evans himself came on Twitter to deny the rumors.
18.On Saturday, Kamala Harris's Vogue cover sparked backlash, with many questioning the lighting and quality of the shoot, as well as criticizing how Vogue shoots Black women in general. This week, Anna Wintour herself responded, saying Vogue "heard and understood" the criticism.
19.Olivia Rodrigo (who you may remember from High School Musical: The Musical: The Series) released her debut single "Driver's License," garnering praise from fans and stars (like Taylor Swift, who called Olivia her "baby" and said she was proud).
20.TikTok became obsessed with sea shanties (like, the songs sung on old ships by crewpeople) for some reason.
21.Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke out about the attempted coup last week, posting a video to his Twitter where he condemned the riots and compared them to Kristallnacht in Nazi Germany.
22.The trailer for the third and final installation in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series, titled To All the Boys: Always and Forever, dropped.
23.Lana Del Rey faced backlash TWICE this week, for comments about the attempted coup and the lack of diversity on her album cover.
24.Anne Hathaway revealed on The Tonight Show that she hates being called Anne and prefers the name "Annie."
25.The Lizzie McGuire cast spoke out about the decision to cancel the show after filming only two episodes.
26.Fans and costars alike posted birthday messages for what would've been Naya Rivera's 34th birthday after her tragic death in July.