Q: What’s blue-eyed, hot and Australian?
A: A Hemsworth brother.
Question is … who do you want in your outback?
Dann Florek is rooting for El Chapo to get Donald Trump.
The "Law & Order: SVU" star was in NYC Monday when our photog asked about the escaped criminal and his threats against Trump.
Florek grudgingly says Chapo's the bigger criminal, but has a choice description of Trump.
Safaree Samuels just dropped a new song, "Lifeline," in which he accuses her of the Cardinal hip-hop sin ... not writing her own verses. It's the same charge Meek leveled against Drake.
But Safaree is brutal toward Meek, rapping "This n**** bent outta shape with a gorilla face/ My bars on 'The Pinkprint' no one will ever match/ My dick- print lil n**** u could never match."
We checked ... and Safaree only has an A&R credit on "The Pinkprint," so it's a bold accusation.
And it gets worse. Safaree fat shames Meek, saying, "I heard you told Philippe Chow you ain't goin' there ... You outta shape anyway you need to eat a pear."
Stealing lyrics and overeating ... brutal.
"Big Brother" star GinaMarie Zimmerman got sleepy … very, very sleeeepy at a comic book expo ... where a hypnotist made her a zombie.
It's an amazing performance. It took just 5 minutes to put her in another world. Words can't do it justice … you gotta watch.
GinaMarie's first question when she came to ... "Did I get naked?"
She was on "Big Brother," after all.
A rep for Wayne tells TMZ ... Lil Wayne was a Cash Money artist and it was their responsibility to pay David Banner, not Wayne.If Lil Wayne doesn't know what the word "ironic" means, he does now ... he's being sued by a rapper for not forking over royalties ... which is exactly his gripe with Birdman.
Rapper David Banner claims he signed a contract in 2008 with Wayne's Young Money Records to produce two songs for Wayne -- "La La" and "Pussy Monster" -- featured on "Tha Carter III."
Banner claims Young Money told him in 2012 he was owed $138,787.19 in royalties ... but he never saw a cent. Banner also claims Young Money has gone radio silent, so he has no idea how much more he's owed.
Banner also says the same thing happened in 2009 with "Streets Is Watchin." He claims he was told he's owed more than $15,392.57.
As TMZ first reported, Wayne is locked in a lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million ... claiming he's owed money for his never-released album, "Tha Carter V."
Khleo Thomas is best known for playing Camp Green Lake camper, Zero -- opposite Shia LaBeouf as Stanley Yelnats -- in the 2003 family film "Holes." Guess what he looks like now!
There are no obvious signs someone tried to kill Bobbi Kristina ... this according to the preliminary autopsy results.
According to the Fulton County Medical Examiner, the autopsy shows "no obvious underlying cause of death." The Medical Examiner goes on to say, "no significant injuries were noted."
Short story ... this could help Nick Gordon, who has been under the police microscope from the get-go.
The report says there were no previously unknown medical conditions that could have rendered Bobbi Kristina unconscious in the bathtub.
But the Medical Examiner says he has subpoenaed medical records, presumably from the hospital, to determine if drug testing after the accident was relevant. Gordon has said both he and Bobbi Kristina had been doing drugs and she took too much.
The Medical Examiner says he will not determine a cause of death until he reviews the records.
Joe Jackson is doing well after a series of medical emergencies ... so well he's cracking jokes in his hospital bed.
A Jackson family rep tells TMZ ... Joe's speech is not impaired and his vision is restored. As we reported, a artery burst behind his eye, causing temporary blindness and possibly triggering a stroke.
Joe says he's aware how close to death he was and is grateful to be alive.
As TMZ first reported, in addition to the stroke ... Jackson suffered three heart attacks while he was hospitalized and his heart actually stopped for 10 seconds. He had a pacemaker implanted.
3:55 PM PT -- Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the burglars broke in through a sliding glass door in the rear of the home, using some kind of blunt object to break the glass.
Rob Schneider's home was burglarized Friday night and uber-expensive jewelry was taken, but nothing as expensive as an ultra-rare baseball card.
The 'Deuce Bigalow' star was at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, and his wife and kid were out to dinner in L.A. when the thieves broke into their Encino home. They made off with his wife's diamond engagement ring, a Cartier watch and other expensive items.
But the biggest ticket item ... a mint condition 1951 Bowman Willie Mays rookie card ... valued at $175,000.
Rob famously collects old baseball cards, especially from the '50s and '60s. The thieves also made off with a 1953 Willie Mays Topps and a 1971 as well. The Willie Mays cards were separate from Rob's main card collection, which the thieves didn't find.
One source familiar with the investigation tells TMZ ... the Willie Mays card is so rare, it will be difficult or impossible to fence it.
Bobbi Kristina was set to inherit at least $20 million when Whitney Houston died, but there were strings attached and it looks like most of that fortune will be determined by Whitney's wishes ... not her daughter's.
We've seen a copy of Whitney's will, which established a trust in which Bobbi Kristina got 1/10 of Whitney's estate when she turned 21.
Bobbi Kristina was set to get 1/6 of the balance when she turned 25, but that will not happen since she died tragically at 22.
Whitney's will provided that if Bobbi Kristina died before reaching 25, all the money would go to the people Whitney designated. Translation, Bobbi Kristina had no authority to give away 9/10 of Whitney's fortune.
As for who Whitney designated ... mother Cissy and brothers Michael and Gary. The will also gives Bobby Brown a cut, but there's an issue. The will is worded to "my husband, Robert B. Brown." Obviously, the will was drafted before they divorced in 2007, and the issue is whether Bobby still qualifies since he is no longer her husband.
According to the law of New Jersey, where the will was drafted, Bobby will NOT get the money because being Whitney's husband is a qualifier which he no longer meets.