If you search for the "Sk8r Boi" singer, your computer is toast, plus Jimmy Kimmel's latest viral monologue, the new Tomb Raider trailer and more, in today's Pop Bits:

"In the report from McAfee that 'reveals which celebrities generate the riskiest search results that could potentially expose their fans to malicious websites,' Avril took first place. She was followed by Bruno Mars, Carly Rae Jepsen, Zayn Malik and Celine Dion. Lavigne is the first woman to top the list, now in its eleventh year." Congrats, Avril! And if you're feeling really daring, you can click this link. (BUT DON'T DO IT!)

A few months ago, Jimmy Kimmel attracted nationwide attention with his heartfelt monologue about his newborn son's heart problems, and how he would require multiple surgeries. This was timely because, at the time, Congress was coming close to passing a health care bill that Kimmel says would allowed insurance companies to once again deny coverage to kids like his who are born with preexisting conditions.

One senator, Bill Cassidy (R., La.), told Kimmel he'd never support a health care bill that would do that, but now, Cassidy is pushing a bill that would do exactly that. And he wrote it himself! So Kimmel called him out on it last night (Sept. 19), saying that Cassidy "lied right to my face":

On Monday we got our first Tomb Raider poster and teaser; today we get the whole meal. Lara Croft is back on the big screen, and this time her "search for her missing father turns into a bigger search for the truth, which is, naturally, hidden inside a tomb that must be closed before it ends all of humanity somehow." Sounds totally plausible. We're in!

In 2013, Pedro Quezada took home a lump sum of $152 million after winning the Powerball jackpot. Looks like he'll be needing a whole bunch of that cash for a really good lawyer.

Turns out balloons view celebrities just like us.

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