1. The Real World is returning to San Francisco for it's 29th season. The original San Fran season was considered a high point for the series and introduced America to Pedro Zamora, who was HIV positive, and his partner Sean Sasser. Variety reports that next season could be the show's last putting an end to the documentary about seven strangers picked to live in a house. Though, nothing will be determined until after the show airs.
2. What happens when Oprah stops by Watch What Happens Live? She slaps the sh*t out of Andy Cohen. The talk show host made her first appearance on the show to promote Lee Daniel's The Butler, co-starring James Marsden. Oprah had a bit of fun with Cohen, confronting him about his book, in which he admits to lying to the star.
3. Calvin Harris tops Forbes' highest DJ list. The artist, responsible for hits by Rihanna, Florence Welch and Ellie Goulding, banked $46 million over the past year. Elsewhere on the list is David Guetta at no. 3, Skrillex at no. 9, and Jersey Shore alum, DJ Pauly, D who tied with Diplo ("Express Yourself") at no. 12.
4. Hey girl, a new Chrome extension will change all web images into pictures of Ryan Gosling. That's right, fans of the Drive actor can turn any site into a fangirl site, though the creator says he wasn't always part of the plan. "I started working on it and I changed the Channing Tatum photos to Ryan Gosling," Katherine Champagne tells ABC. "Because, duh, it’s the Internet."
5. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is a (history) maker. Out readers got an exclusive first look at AOL's Makers, docu-series dedicated to powerful women, who have created positive change in America. Baldwin's entire interview is now available on the site.
6. After making the festival rounds, C.O.G. is finally set to hit theaters Sept. 20. Fans who can't find time to see the Sundance hit in theaters can watch it on iTunes the same day. Watch the first official trailer.