It was another crucial evening for both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney as they faced off against each other in the second Presidential Debate.
And while both sides made their respective points effectively, some of our favorite celebrities had their own ideas about who came out on top while others seemed more interested in the comedic value of the whole ordeal.
“Call Me Maybe” songstress Carly Rae Jepsen can now add President Barack Obama and Donald Trump to the long list of fans who have been caught singing along to her hit song.
After rising to fame through YouTube with the help of Justin Bieber, a flood of sing-along videos started pouring onto the site, and now two of the most powerful people in America, who often don't see eye to eye, are the latest fans to sing out the lyrics.
Standing up for his beloved Miss Universe organization, Donald Trump is ready to strike back and sue a former contestant who publicly claimed the competition was rigged.
Following the crowning of Miss USA Olivia Culpo, fellow contestant Sheena Monnin resigned as Miss Pennsylvania and took to social media while accusing the organization of rigging Sunday's competition - which led to Mr. Trump's heated interview on "Good Morning America" earlier today.
Each and every year she combs the headline making names to choose a select few - and Barbara Walters has announced the stars comprising her list of “The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011″.
Included in the latest batch of Miss Walters' intrigue-inciting celebrities are reality TV sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, along with royal sister Pippa Middleton, real estate guru Donald Trump and “Modern Family” stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.