Parks and Recreation star Aubrey Plaza talked about her 'self-pleasure' scene in new film "The To Do List" while guesting on Conan O'Brien's show, sharing that one scene she did for the coming-of-age comedy wasn't done off-screen. She also had to pull it off in a room full of people. The actress stars as a high school grad who needs to accomplish a few things -- namely losing her virginity -- before going off to college. (story)

Two babies, two names. Late night host Jimmy Fallon revealed on his show that his new daughter is named Winnie Rose. The star's wife, producer Nancy Juvonen, gave birth to their first child Tuesday morning. "She's 5 pounds, 9 ounces. Me and my wife are so happy," Fallon announced at the beginning of his show Wednesday night. "Thank you all for all the well-wishes on Facebook and Twitter and the blogs. I'm just so happy." (story)

And Prince William and Kate Middleton have revealed that they named their heir-in-waiting George Alexander Louis. The newborn, delivered Monday, will be formally known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. (story)

One New Jersey town is trying to keep Snooki from renting a home and filming her reality series with J-Woww. MTV producers actually rented the home, on Pelican Island, but residents are fighting the production and have hired a lawyer. (story)

Chuck Norris is selling the iconic ranch where his hit TV show "Walker, Texas Ranger" was filmed. The home, in the Northwood Hills section of Dallas, Texas, served as both Norris' real-life home and the home used in the show. (story)

Amanda Bynes may be schizophrenic. The actress was taken into police custody Monday night for setting a driveway on fire and put in a psychiatric hold that mandates a 72-hour hospital stay for observation. Doctors reportedly found that she has some mental issues (shocker!) and are seeking to have her stick around for a couple more weeks for more tests and observation. Her parents are now asking the court for a conservatorship, much like the one granted to Britney Spears' father after her public meltdown a few years ago. (story)

Jennifer Lawrence was left starstruck when she met her idol Jeff Bridges at Comic Con over the weekend. The 22-year-old was in town to promote her upcoming film "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," and she came face-to-face with Bridges on the red carpet at the convention. (story)

Speaking of Comic Con, "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston was able to browse the convention's exhibits without any fans stopping him for autographs and photos as he went incognito prior to his show's discussion panel. Stars checking out the convention often do this, but Cranston's disguise was genius. (story)