Entertainment buzz: Facebook's top moments of the week

It was a big week in the world of entertainment, from a hilariously awkward conversation on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to a new jam from Kanye West and, surprisingly, Sir Paul McCartney.

Facebook has tallied the top 10 hottest stories in entertainment this week. What had you talking? What popped up most on news feeds across the U.S.? What did you miss on your Facebook feed because your New Year's resolution was to go on Facebook less?

Here's our exclusive list:

1. Nicole Kidman tells Jimmy Fallon he once messed up a chance to date her

Nicole Kidman dropped by "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday to promote her new film "Paddington." She and Jimmy Fallon had met only once before -- years ago, on a blind date.

Kidman shared the story of their failed date on the show, which involved a mutual friend setting them up at Fallon's apartment, brie cheese and video games. Well played, Jimmy!


2. New season of "Celebrity Apprentice" premieres

He's back! "Celebrity Apprentice" returned for a new season Sunday night, with a cast that includes Lorenzo Lamas, Gilbert Gottfried (before he got fired) and Terrell Owens.


3. Video of Peter Griffin impersonator goes viral

For those of us who never thought the world would see a live-action Peter Griffin, meet Robert Franzese. He's a Comic-Con regular who looks like -- and does a spot-on impression of -- the "Family Guy" character, and a recent video of him is now going viral.



4. Kanye West and Paul McCartney's "Only One" debuts

Kanye started off the New Year with a new song. Featuring Paul McCartney on keys, "Only One" is an emotional ballad about the rapper's daughter that is already scoring high on the billboard charts.


5. Season 4 of HBO's Girls" to premiere on Sunday

Hannah and co. are back for a new season of "Girls," which kicks off Sunday on HBO. This season, Hannah heads to Iowa for a creative writing program and Shoshanna hunts for a job.

Post by Girls.


6. Season 5 of Downton Abbey premiers on PBS

Another show that's back: "Downtown Abbey." Season 5 picked up last week where it left off with the aristocratic Crawley family, and people are very excited about it. Episode 2 of season 5 airs this Sunday on PBS.


7. Former "Cosby Show" co-star Phylicia Rashad speaks out

Phylicia Rashad says she was misquoted earlier this week when she appeared to be dismissing the alleged victims of her "Cosby Show" husband Bill Cosby.

"Forget those women," she purportedly told Showbiz 411 on Tuesday.

"And that was a misquote," she told ABC News in an interview on Wednesday. She added, "I am a woman. I would never say such a thing."


8. Former Miss America Bess Myerson dies at 90

Miss America 1945, Bess Myerson, passed away on December 14 at her home in Santa Monica, California. Bess was the first Jewish American Miss America, the first Miss New York to be crowned Miss America and she was the Miss America organization's first scholarship recipient.


9. Lawsuit in Florida accuses Prince Andrew of sexual abuse

A woman accused Britain's Prince Andrew -- the Duke of York -- of having sex with her on multiple occasions when she was under-aged.

"It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with (the woman)," Buckingham Palace said in a statement. "The allegations made are false and without any foundation."


10. Marvel's "Agent Carter" miniseries premieres

"Agent Carter," a miniseries based off the Captain America character Peggy Carter, premiered on ABC. It features Hayley Atwell as Agent Carter and is already attracting a lot of viewers.



*Buzz rankings reflect the top entertainment topics being discussed on Facebook, Jan. 5-8, in the United States. Rankings are based on both frequency and momentum: the Facebook conversations that not only got a lot of buzz during the week, but also saw a notable increase compared with the previous week.