It was a busy week in the world of entertainment. We saw a revealing side of Kim Kardashian, false Macaulay Culkin death rumors and a racier-than-usual freestyle from Eminem.
Facebook has tallied the top 10 most discussed stories in entertainment this week. What had you talking? And what popped up most on news feeds across the U.S.?
Here's our exclusive list:
1. Actress Carol Ann Susi dies at 62
2. Sister Cristina Scuccia releases a cover of Madonna's "Like a Virgin"
Now here's a cover song your iPod needs. Sister Cristina Scuccia, winner of "The Voice of Italy" 2014 and an Ursuline nun, belts out Madonna's classic in a new music video.
3. Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" will return as a TV series on Starz in 2015
Looks like "Evil Dead" will rise again. Sam Raimi's cult film series will return in 2015 as a TV show on Starz. And yes, it will star Bruce Campbell. Groovy.
4. Garth Brooks releases new album "Man Against Machine"
One of country's biggest names is back in a major way. Garth Brooks released a new studio album this week. "Man Against Machine" is available now.
5. Kim Kardashian poses nude for Paper magazine
Kim Kardashian may not have broken the Internet like she intended when she posed bare-bottom for Paper magazine, but she certainly created some waves.
6. Robert Plant knocks down rumors about Led Zeppelin reunion tour
Sorry, Led-heads. Guitarist Robert Plant dismissed rumors that Richard Branson offered the band $800 million to reunite and tour.
7. Macaulay Culkin posts photos on Instagram to poke fun at Internet rumors about his death
False alarm! Macaulay Culkin is not dead. In fact, after death rumors started circulating, the actor posted pictures on his Instagram parodying the false news. At least he's in on the joke!
8. Freestyle rapping by Eminem and YelaWolf in Shady CXVPHER video gets buzz
Simmer down there, Eminem. The "8-Mile" rapper said he'd "punch Lana Del Rey in the face like Ray Rice" during a freestyle. OK, but how does he really feel?
9. The Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon to donate his $100 million fortune to charity
Sam Simon opened up for the first time publicly about why he's giving away his $100 million fortune to charity. All of his money will be going towards the Sam Simon Foundation, aimed at protecting the well-being of canines.
10. Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" takes second spot at the box office
*Buzz rankings reflect the top entertainment topics being discussed on Facebook, Nov. 9 - Nov. 12, in the United States. Rankings are based on both frequency and momentum: the Facebook conversations that not only got a lot of buzz during the week, but also saw a notable increase compared with the previous week.