10 Things To Know Now: Ryan Gosling's Anti Twitter, Beyonce's In Paris + Justin Bieber Trumps Santa

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1.) Ryan Gosling may be easy on the eyes, but he's pretty bad at Twitter. He admittedly slacks on social media, and he confesses that George Clooney's a hunk in a recent collection of video interviews with MTV's Josh Horowitz. (MTV News)

2.) Shout-out to former MTV Buzzworthy bro Leslie Simon and her newest book "Geek Girls Unite"! Talented ladies (Amy Sedaris, Regina Spektor, Tina Fey) tell funny stories in this newly released collection of tales. (Leslie Simon)

3.) Willow Smith took a break from whipping her hair to tweet the title of her new single, "Fireball." We can't decide which song title would hurt more if it slapped us in the face. (That Grape Juice)

4.) '80s babies are offered an instant pop culture flashback in a video interview with the singing voice of Jem of "Jem and the Holograms." It's truly, truly, truly outrageous. (MTV Geek)

4.) "My Life As Liz" fans may know Liz Lee as a misfit teen figuring out life in Texas. But up-and-coming artist Blood Orange sees her as a muse for their latest "Champagne Toast" video. She stars alongside former MTV host Alexa Chung. (MTV Remote Control)

5) Beyonce admirers can catch a behind-the-scene clip of the singer at a recent L'Oréal Paris commercial shoot. Bey's seen wandering the set in a robe while attempting to speak French. She even dishes on her strict diet -- spoiler alert: It's all fiber. (ONTD)

6) Justin Bieber announced the track listing for his holiday album, Under The Mistletoe, which drops Nov. 1. With Mariah Carey and Busta Rhymes collabos, we're pretty sure Santa's no longer the "it guy" come this holiday season. (Rap-Up)

7) Kelly Rowland can't wait to babysit for her BFFs Beyoncé and Jay-Z when the little one arrives. We're betting she's one of those cool babysitters that lets the kid stay up way too late so "Aunt Kelly" can teach him/her some serious dance moves! (Us Magazine)

9) Annnnd this is how you properly rap Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass"... as a 5-year-old. (BuzzFeed)

10) Taylor Swift recently announced that her next album (due out in 2012) is full of all "sad" songs. Next year's breakups officially have a soundtrack. (PopCrush)