Morning Links: Gene Simmons Endorses Mitt Romney, Ryan Gosling Saves Journalist’s Life

● For what it’s worth, KISS frontman and condom purveyor Gene Simmons has officially endorsed Mitt Romney. "Hindsight is 20/20,” he explained in an interview with Fox News’ Gretchen Carlson yesterday. "I have some real issues with the economy and how it’s being done. America should be in business and it should be run by a businessman."  [Huff Post]

● President Barack Obama will deliver a special introduction to the first presentation of a restored print of the classic 1962 movie To Kill A Mockingbird on the USA cable network Saturday night. [MediaDecoder]

● Sitting comfortably atop the Billboard charts this week, Madonna’s MDNA is her eighth album to reach the number one spot. Only Barbra Strieisand can claim to have done better, with nine chart toppers. [ArtsBeat]

● Ryan Gosling, angel of the streets, has done it again, this time sweeping journalist Laurie Penny from in front of an oncoming taxi cab and saving her from near death. [NYO]

● Nicki Minaj told Funk Flex yesterday that the artist she wants most wants to work with is Beyoncé. [RapRadar]

● Hilary Duff has posted the first pictures of her "most wonderful, sweet, adorable baby" on her official website. Aww! [JustJared]

● Robert Pattinson continues to push hard against his teen heartthrob roots, this time preying his way through Paris’s high society, one bedded woman at a time, in the steamy new trailer for Bel Ami. [Vulture]

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