A morning mix of entertainment headlines...

Google now confirms what Ricky Martin already has publicly acknowledged: that he’s gay. (GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

Shall we assume that Google mapping the locations of gay and/or straight celebrities which will make stalking famous people based on their sexual orientations that much easier is coming soon? (Gawker)

Various members of the Kardashian family will take turns co-hosting the fourth hour of the “Today” show next week. Prepare yourselves for some serious pseudo-journalism. (Deadline)

A letter containing a white powdery substance was addressed to “Dancing With the Stars.” It was delivered to the CBS studio lot in L.A. where the show is filmed. Authorities responded Wednesday afternoon and deemed the substance harmless. A similar incident occurred on the lost last month when a powder was sent to the “Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson.” (Hollywood Reporter)

Holly Madison, formerly of E!’s “The Girls Next Door” and now appearing in a Las Vegas production, has taken out a $1 million insurance policy on her breasts. I’ll just let you make your own jokes on this one. (People)

In yet another choice Beyonce pregnancy quote, she says she no longer can tolerate the smell of husband Jay-Z’s cologne. “If it smells bad, I smell it,” she said while promoting her new perfume, Pulse. “My husband’s fragrance, his one that I always love, I hate right now. So thank God I have this one!” (Us)

Talk Demi Moore/Ashton Kutcher, Seth Rogen’s new movie, “50/50,” and more during toda’s Celebritology discussion at 2 p.m. today.

You want to see William Shatner covering “Iron Man.” I mean, you do, right? Watch the magic after the jump.

Sonya Walger, aka Penny of “Lost,” has been cast in the new USA series “Common Law.” (Entertainment Weekly)

Vulture has put together an impressive mash-up of Seth Rogen’s many pop cultural references in movies. Some of the language is NSFW. Also, some of it refers to Jackson Browne as well as Scooby-Doo. (Vulture)

Watch William Shatner record his cover of “Iron Man” for his upcoming album. It’s truly something special. (Via Buzzfeed)