Wetpaint Entertainment is here to set the record straight on matters related to your favorite stars — from the Winchesters' mortality rate to celebrity ninja turtles.

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

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Which Ninja Turtle Is Jason Biggs?

Those of you Orange Is the New Black fans who don't also watch Nickelodeon (we're sure you're few and far between) may not know this, but Jason Biggs has been doing a lot of voicework in between American Pie and OitNB. One of his newer gigs is, in fact, as a ninja turtle!

Jason voices Leonardo — the blue one. Joining him is Lord of the Rings star Sean Astin as Raphael, and Arrested Development and Parenthood's Mae Whitman as April O'Neil. The more you know!


How Many Times Has Dean Winchester Died on Supernatural?

The short answer to the question of how many times Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) has met an untimely demise on Supernatural: It's complicated.

First, we have to define "death." Does the death of a doppelganger count? What about death in an alternate dimension? Near-death experiences, or 7-minute deaths? Do all his deaths in the Season 3 episode "Mystery Spot," in which Dean is stuck in a Groundhog Day-style time loop, count?

If we're talking full-on death in our dimension and Dean having to get resurrected or whatever, without it being some weird trick or illusion, we count two: when the hellhounds ripped him apart in Season 3, and when he and Sam get killed by hunters in Season 5. If we count the time in Season 6 he willingly died for 7 minutes, three. If we count all the deaths Dean died in "Mystery Spot," we add about 10 to the total of on-screen deaths, but countless others off-screen.

Speaking of countless off-screen deaths: In "Dark Side of the Moon," the Season 5 episode where Sam and Dean are killed by hunters, they meet up with Ash (Chad Lindberg) in Heaven — who says that they've died like this before and just don't remember. "This ain’t the first time here," he says to the brothers. "I mean, you boys die more than anyone I’ve ever met."

Who Is Demi Lovato in Frozen?

We know, y'all were excited to see cartoon Demi Lovato hanging out with cartoon Kristen Bell (Anna). Unfortunately, Demi isn't in the main film — but she's the main highlight of the soundtrack, as many pop singers have done for Disney films before her!

For example: Mumford and Sons recorded "Learn Me Right" for Brave, and Elton John recorded "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" for The Lion King. Christina Aguilera didn't voice Mulan, or even Mulan's singing parts, but she recorded the song "Reflection" to complement the rest of the film. Demi did the same with the wildly popular song "Let It Go."

So while Demi doesn't have a character in Frozen, she still has a pretty serious part! (We still want to see her hanging with Kristen, though.)


Sarah Anne Lloyd is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!