But here is our selection below and feel free to have a look at what we learnt last week.
1) Selena Gomez is inspiringly honest about mental health
We'll start with the powerful speech delivered by pop star Selena Gomez talking about her battle with depression.
Accepting the prize for favourite rock/pop female artist, at the American Music Awards, she said the illness left her "absolutely broken inside".
She called off her world tour to deal with anxiety and depression in August.
2) It has not been a good week for Kanye
He was taken to hospital in LA, where he is reported to be treated for conditions including severe exhaustion.
He cancelled all remaining dates on his current tour after abandoning a Sacramento performance at the weekend after three songs and following a 10-minute rant aimed at the likes of Jay Z and Beyonce.
3) Morrissey is the guest that Top Gear is waiting for...
As long as they can provide him with a reasonably priced vegan-friendly car that is.
He wrote an open letter to General Motors in the US asking them to offer customers a choice of synthetic leather interiors.
The singer claimed that cattle were being "branded on the face, electro-shocked, and beaten before they’re slaughtered and used to make leather interiors for car companies, including yours."
4) Birds of prey are not fans of boozy Scottish music festivals
T in the Park has been forced to cancel next year's event "due to the presence of an unregistered, but protected in law, osprey's nest."
In a statement to "the best audience in the world", the festival organisers said the current problems can be traced back to their move from Balada in Kinross to Strathallen in Perthshire, "compounded by a series of onerous site restrictions".
The opsrey or its representatives have yet to comment on the story.
and finally... 5) #lennykravitzscarfday is an actual thing now
Four years ago to the day, ageless vampire and rock star Lenny Kravitz was spotted out and about wearing what can only be described as a massive throw rug as a scarf.
Now, people have been paying tribute to his sartorial styling.
Enjoy and see you next week.