Sofia Vergara hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, giving her all in a mixed bag of sketches. As expected, there were jokes about her accent, like in a fake Pantene commercial. And yes, there were jokes about her sex appeal, like in her opening monologue.

And, okay yes!, she got to be very loud in a “Hunger Games” sketch. But at least that one was pretty funny. Watch it below.

Jury selection in the trial of the man accused of killing three of Jennifer Hudson’s family members gets underway Monday in Chicago. Selection is expected to be difficult considering Hudson’s celebrity. The Oscar winner will attend the trial daily but it’s not clear if she will testify. (Associated Press)

Britney Spears’s fiance Jason Trawick will reportedly become her co-conservator, meaning he’s in charge of her “well being” but not her money. The pop star was placed under the conservatorship of her father Jamie in 2008 after Spears had a complete breakdown. (See: The infamous head-shaving incident.) (People)

Anne Hathaway was photographed in London with a super short haircut Sunday. The new hairdo is reportedly for the film, “Les Miserables.” Hathaway’s character Fantine cuts her hair to send money to her daughter. (NY Daily News)

Heidi Klum has officially filed for divorce from Seal. (Reliable Source)

“The Dark Knight” gets a rating, after the jump.

The Dark Knight Rises” has reportedly been given a PG-13 rating. Cue comments about a bullying documentary (originally) being rated R while one about vigilante hero justice that shows a football field being blown up gets a lower rating. (Vulture)

Jennifer Lopez reportedly bought her boyfriend Casper Smart a truck for his 25th birthday. (People)

Snoop Dogg will release a book of his lyrics — that you can smoke. Yes, the pages are made of rolling paper, the cover is made of hemp and you can strike a match on the spine. (Time)

Axl Rose and Internet lightning rod Lana Del Rey have been spotted hanging out. (Buzzfeed)

Boy band du jour One Direction has been accused of lip-syncing their debut performance on “Saturday Night Live.” Somehow, I feel like their screaming tween fans won’t care. (HuffPost)