Wetpaint Entertainment is here to set the record straight on matters related to your favorite stars — from Selena Gomez's awkward-cry to Lindsay Lohan's comeback-ish.

Using our internet wiles, we grabbed some of the most burning queries made to Google, Bing, and more, hoping to shed some light on hot topics. Get some answers below!

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How Did Lindsay Lohan Do on 2 Broke Girls?

Reactions to Lindsay Lohan's return to scripted screentime on 2 Broke Girls Season 3, Episode 21: "And Let Them Eat Cake Cake Cake" were… mixed, from both the production end and the TV audience.

While someone claiming to be a member of the episode's live studio audience said that LiLo couldn't get her lines straight, stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs were quick to jump on rumor patrol. "Lindsay was prepared, sweet to everyone, & professional," tweeted Kat, with Beth backing her up.

As for the finished product, the reaction was equally mixed — although people either love or hate 2 Broke Girls, so critics could also be split along those same lines. AV Club gave the episode a D, although they seemed more concerned with the decision to cast Linds than anything about her performance; meanwhile, The Daily Beast called her "funny," and that the role "proves she can still act."

It would appear there is only one course of action left: Watch it yourself! View the full episode on CBS.com.

What Does Demi Moore Think About Mila Kunis?

In case you've been living under a celebrity gossip-blocking rock over the past couple of months, let us catch you up: That '70s Show co-stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are reportedly engaged and expecting, although neither star's camp has confirmed the news. Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes!

Speaking of changes, 36-year-old Ashton's divorce from 51-year-old Demi Moore, the December to his May, was just finalized back in November. So how does Demi feel about her now-ex building his life with another lady? According to a source, better than one might think.

“She is taking it as well as one would take a situation like this,” a source explains to Splash News. “She actually considers this moment to be closure. She never really expected to get back with Ashton but this pretty much seals the deal that the moment of her life with him is now officially completed.”

Way to be an adult in the room, Demi! (Plus, see how happy she looks.)

Where Did the Selena Gomez Crying Meme Come From?

We've all seen it at this point — a photo of Selena Gomez which, despite there not being a really clear-cut emotion, features tears welling up in her eyes. Buzzfeed called it "literally applicable to everything," from farting in public to romantic gestures to getting dumped on Valentine's Day. Sometimes there's text on top of Selena's beautiful, awkward face; sometimes there is not.

There are a few different versions of the face, but most are taken from the same place: An interview with the Australian radio show, Hot Hits Live From LA, this past December. The hosts show her the winning video for a contest they held to find the biggest Selena fan — and Selena couldn't make it through the whole video without welling up. Watch the clip below!

Although the tears she cried to inspire the oh-so-versatile meme were, for the most part, happy tears, Selena hasn't been having the best time lately. We're not sure of specific details, but girl purged her Instagram recently, deleting all her selfies with the Kylie and Kendall Jenner and unfollowing a grip of people. Of course, there could be a totally reasonable, non-dramatic explanation.

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