The New Year is here at last! We can't tell you how the presidential race will turn out or give you a timetable for climate change. But we do have our trusty celebrity crystal ball here and we're ready to make our fearless predications about Hollywood and its stars in 2016.
Get out your hazmat suit: the Bill Cosby case with all its revolting details will remain in the headlines throughout 2016.
The record breaking successes of "Jurassic World" and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will lead to more past blockbusters being resurrected. So who will play Scarlett and Rhett in the "Gone With the Wind" remake?
Leonardo DiCaprio will win an Oscar.
Taylor Swift will win more Grammys.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton will record together.
Miley Cyrus will shock the public by ________________ (fill in blank).
Teresa Giudice, Lil' Kim and Martha Stewart will be part of a special E! documentary on famous females who've done time, "Celebrity Chained Heat."
Nicki Minaj will be in the news this year for publicly calling out fellow celebrities on whatever behavior is bugging her at the moment
Nicki Minaj's backside will be in the news again this year, showcased in video, "belfies" (booty selfies) and red carpet departures
Cuba will be the new fashionable celebrity destination
Caitlyn Jenner will cause an examination of sexist ageism in the media as people realize she is the only celebrity woman over 65 being gawked over as a beautiful fashion plate
Melissa McCarthy's weight loss will inspire other well-upholstered funny ladies to scramble for the fat lady roles she'll no longer play
The Miss Universe-wrong winner slip up will live on into the Winter as multiple parties milk the moment for all it's worth and then some — Steve Harvey, Miss Colombia, Miss Philippines and countless comedians across the land.
Adele will continue to rule the airwaves.
Hollywood will come back from one of its worst years for big budget flops. It better.
The countdown to the end of "America's Next Top Model" will become unbearably drawn out.
Adam Lambert will become the first male celebrity to land a cosmetics spokesmodel gig, hawking guyliner.
Johnny Depp, Forbes' Most Overpaid Actor of 2015, will break his string of nonsuccesses with "Alice In Wonderland Through the Looking Glass" in May.
The "Ghost Hunters" on SyFy will at long last capture unequivocal proof of post-mortem activity when they stumble onto the ghostly visage of Rob Schneider's awful Netflix show, "Real Rob." So scary.
Happy New Year Everybody!!