It was a big week in the world of entertainment, from a fierce stand-off between Nancy Grace and rapper 2 Chainz to the Golden Globe Awards.
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. Actor Taylor Negron dies at 57
The world lost comedian and actor Taylor Negron this week. Negron appeared in small yet crucial roles in over 130 films and TV shows, from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" to "Stuart Little." He was 57.
2. Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler host 72nd Golden Globe Awards
Tina and Amy did it again. The comedic duo hosted the awards show this week, and their hilarious monologue touched upon issues like the North Korea cyberhack, Bill Cosby and Emma Stone's eyes. Well done, ladies.
3. Rapper 2 Chainz debates Nancy Grace
A reserved 2 Chainz debated Nancy Grace this week on marijuana legalization. In the video that has since gone viral, the rapper debunks the dangers associated with legalizing the drug, and offers his perspective as a father of two. Definitely food for thought.
4. New trailer released for "The Avengers: Age of Ultron"
A new trailer for "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" was released this week, giving us a better look at this year's highly anticipated comic book sequel. The trailer brings back the Hulk, Captain America and the rest of the hero alliance, as well as a new sinister villain: Ultron.
5. Music video for "Sugar" shows Maroon 5 crashing real weddings
Sorry Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughan, but the guys from Maroon 5 are the ultimate wedding crashers. The band showed up at actual weddings across Los Angeles on Dec. 6, performing the song "Sugar" off its latest album, "V."
6. Unreleased video surfaces for Beastie Boys song "Too Many Rappers"
Here's a rare treat for Beastie Boys fans: An unreleased music video for the song "Too Many Rappers" off the rap trio's 2011 and final album, "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two," surfaced online and features Queens-born emcee Nas.
7. Kyle MacLachlan will return to "Twin Peaks"
When "Twin Peaks" returns to TV, FBI agent Dale Cooper will be along for the ride. Kyle MacLachlan is reprising the role in Showtime's sequel to the 1990-91 ABC drama, the cable channel said Monday. We can't wait to have more "damn good coffee" with him!
8. Naya Rivera apologizes for racial comments
The 28-year-old "Glee" gal offered a bit of an apology for the controversial comments, saying she only meant it as a joke. "Apparently it didn't go over so well," she said.
9. Aziz Ansari challenges Rupert Murdoch's comments about Muslims
Last week, News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch caused outrage by tweeting that the world's Muslim population should be held accountable for the "growing jihadist cancer."
Comedian Aziz Ansari chimed in, tweeting at Murdoch: "@rupertmurdoch Rups can we get a step by step guide? How can my 60 year old parents in NC help destroy terrorist groups? Plz advise."
10. Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk" tops the charts again
And finally in pop music, "Uptown Funk" is still on top. The throwback hit from Mars and producer Mark Ronson was Billboard's No. 1 for the second week in a row.
*Buzz rankings reflect the top entertainment topics being discussed on Facebook, Jan. 12-15, 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.