Justin Timberlake and Jessica BielIt is with a heavy heart that we type these words, you guys. A heavy, heavy heart, indeed. Justin Timberlake, light of our lives, fire of our loins, has officially tied the knot with longtime ladyfriend Jessica Biel.

The couple confirmed the news to People, saying in a statement: "It's great to be married, the ceremony was beautiful and it was so special to be surrounded by our family and friends."

Of course, this is lovely news for the happy newlyweds, and we wish them all the best. But let's be real: Justin's departure from the market leaves a giant, yawning void in our crush landscape that no one man could possibly fill. So, while he and the new Mrs. Timberlake enjoy their honeymoon period, we'll be setting our sights on a new trio of celebs—so that no matter where or in which arm of the entertainment biz Justin's endeavors earned your adoration, you'll have a new boy toy to play with.

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Fashionistas, take note: This is how you win (and lose) points for presentation. Naya Rivera showed up to the Elle Women in Hollywood party this wee, and left with the Style Superstar title—all for taking the most understated of looks and wearing it with polished poise, which was eye-catching in a way that outshone anyone else's spangled accents or bright colors.

Naya donned a pale yellow Moschino shift dress for the event, pairing it with burgundy peep-toe pumps, delicate minimal jewelery and a matching clutch. It's hardly a groundbreaking outfit, and the dress is as simple as they come, but it flatters the actress' figure beautifully—and every other part of her look, from the bag to the shoes to her makeup, is in perfect harmony. (Look at her! She doesn't have so much as a hair out of place.) And as this week's Superstar, she's Exhibit A that a true style standout can be less about what you wear than it is about how you wear it.

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For fans of Veronica Roth's "Divergent," the wait for a movie adaptation of the beloved dystopian YA thriller has been defined by brief moments of wild excitement followed by long, painful silences in which nothing happens, there is no news at all, and seriously Hollywood what are you trying to do to us WE CANNOT STAND IT ANYMORE. But at last, things seem to be moving forward: September brought reports that a release date has been set for 2014, and yesterday, rumors surfaced that Shailene Woodley is in talks for the lead role of Tris. Which means that now is the perfect time to dial up our "Divergent" obsession to 11 and offer up five strapping young actors who could play opposite Shailene (or whomever!) in the role of Four.

If you haven't read the books, some background: Four is the enigmatic Dauntless instructor who guides Tris through the dangerous initiation into her new faction. He's brave, bold, mysterious and—of course—a sexy beast of the highest caliber. So, who's on our shortlist of potential actors to play the role? Check it!

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Zac EfronHappy birthday, dear Zefron, happy birthday to you! And nuts to anyone who thought that the "High School Musical" star would fade into obscurity after his teenage years came to a close. Today, on his 25th birthday, there's no doubt that Zac Efron has fully morphed from a Disney heartthrob into a strapping, charismatic leading man. And while we hope he's celebrating like mad somewhere out there right now, there's no time for the birthday boy to indulge in any silly rites of passage like a quarter-life crisis; he's one of Hollywood's busiest actors. So while he blows out his candles and rounds a corner on his mid-to-late 20s, let's check in on all the projects that Zac has in store in the coming year.

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You've read all the books, you've seen all the movies, and come November 16th, you'll be ready and raring at a midnight showing wearing your best Team Edward T-shirt, a discreet smearing of vampire body glitter and a down-to-the-last-rhinestone replica of Bella Swan's giant engagement ring. You, sir, are ready for the end! And so, with the stage fully set for the mind-blowing final chapter of the "Twilight" story, there's just one thing left for fans to do on behalf of their beloved saga while they wait out the long final weeks til the release of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2":

GET READY TO RUMBLE.

Yep, that's right: In honor of the end of all things "Twilight," we're kicking off a single-elimination tournament in which every last character from the franchise goes head-to-head for supremacy amongst the fans—and brace yourselves for a long competition, because between the vampire covens, the shirtless wolfpack, the Cullen family and the hapless humans of Forks, there are a lot of dogs in this fight. (Not to mention that Charlie's mustache may or may not be competing in its own category.) (Okay, it's not.) (BUT WE DON'T KNOW WHY.)

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Erin McCahanThe next big thing in YA books-turned-movies might just be here—and despite all the trend forecasts predicting such things, it's not a dystopian post-apocalyptic magical fantasy romance between a human girl and the sea monster who loves her. (Although can someone write that book? WE NEED IT.) Actually, the latest book to get snatched up by a studio before it's even been published is a total change of pace from the usual: a cerebral, intellectually driven little story called "Cool, Sweet, Hot, Love." According to Deadline, Warner Bros is already circling the film rights for this one, which is hitting shelves sometime in 2014.

Despite what you may be thinking—and we know what you're thinking, you filthy beast—this isn't a steamy romance. The novel by Erin McCahan follows a super-smart teenage linguistics enthusiast as she explores the meanings of different words to different people; the title quartet are the ones she's researching.

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Between the recently released track list and an enthusiastic endorsement from featured artist Ellie Goulding, there's no doubt that the nearly here "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" soundtrack is going to be a perfect fit for the final chapter of our favorite vampire romance—and that's even more impressive considering the inside scoop on songwriting for soundtracks that we got from the fine fellows of Passion Pit. Check it: When we caught up with Nate Donmoyer and Michael Angelakos to ask about their contribution to the music of "Breaking Dawn." Michael revealed that not only did they have to create a song just for the movie, but they had to do it sight unseen.

"You write the song before seeing the film, they don't allow you to see the film," he explained. Which makes it even more amazing that Passion Pit's track, "Where I Come From," is (apparently) eerily perfect for the movie; as Michael said, "I wrote a song about my own experiences, and it just so happened to correlate."

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Elle magazine's annual celebration of Hollywood's best and brightest women was last night, and can we just say? Best. Party. Ever. To which we were not invited, for some strange reason! But that's okay, because despite the disappointment, we can still enjoy today's photographic documentation of all our favorite ladycrushes hanging out in one place (YAY!). All the best girls in the entertainment biz were present for this event to honor their accomplishments, and it was amazing. Picture the world's most awesome slumber party, only everyone's famous and wearing couture.

This was a seriously star-studded event, and our gallery of the attendees only represents something like one quarter of the celebrity presence—but we did manage to snag snapshots of major players like the Emmas (Stone and Watson, that is), Rashida Jones, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Anna Kendrick, and even the Grande Dame of Female Fabulousness, Susan Sarandon.

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Emma WatsonAre you ready for a Tuesday morning moment of "awwww"? Well, brace yo'self, because this one is downright precious. It's a clip from Emma Watson's appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" today, in which Ellen asked Emma which breed of boy she prefers—English, or American?—and Emma gave the world's most endearing explanation of the differences between the two. Namely:

"English guys are very well put together. They dress really well and they are very well mannered," she said. "But they're also very restrained. Usually, in the whole courting situation, I‘m used to being—first of all, ignored, for the first two months of the ritual. And then maybe they’ll acknowledge my presence. Then, they’ll probably be a little mean to me."

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How amazing is the young, talented cast of "Beautiful Creatures," the hotly anticipated supernatural Southern Gothic romance based on the books by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl? Well, here's a hint: When we talked to director Richard LaGravenese, he gushed all over the place about how deeply dedicated to their craft Alice Englert and Alden Ehrenreich were—to the point where they even wowed the Hollywood veterans who were acting alongside them.

"Emma and Jeremy and Viola were so impressed with these young actors," Richard exclaimed—referring, of course, to the old guard trio of Emma Thompson, Jeremy Irons and Viola Davis. And the reason why, he says, is that they're utterly uninterested in becoming tabloid fodder.

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