Kim Kardashian's Elephant Encounter; How I Met Your Mother's Series Finale: Top Stories

Celebrity News Apr. 1, 2014 AT 9:00PM
Kim Kardashian and Josh Radnor Kim Kardashian's elephant encounter and How I Met Your Mother's series finale were among the top stories for April 1 Credit: Noam Galai/WireImage; Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

Kim Kardashian is blown away by her encounter with an elephant. Plus, How I Met Your Mother's series finale causes a frenzy among fans: See Us Weekly's top stories from Tuesday, April 1, in the daily roundup.

1. Kim Kardashian Attacked By Elephant While Taking Selfie: See the Hilarious GIF!

Thailand has really blown Kim Kardashian away! The social media-happy reality star, 33, got a rude awakening on Friday, March 28 when she tried to take a bikini selfie with a local elephant.

2. How I Met Your Mother Series Finale: Twitter Erupts With Angry Fans' Rage

How I Met Your..."What the Damn Hell?!" The series finale of How I Met Your Mother was satisfying and emotional for some -- but, for many, many others, it felt like a sick April Fool's joke and a betrayal of the true spirit of the beloved CBS comedy. (Spoilers!)

3. How I Met Your Mother Series Finale: Cast, Creators React to Controversial Ending

It was an emotional night for many as How I Met Your Mother came to an end on Monday, March 31. But no one had as much emotional connection to the hit CBS comedy as creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas and the core cast.

4. Anderson Cooper Will Not Receive an Inheritance From Mom Gloria Vanderbilt

No inheritance for Anderson! CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, who comes from the Vanderbilts, one of the wealthiest families in American history, said Monday, March 31, that he will not be receiving any fortune from his mother Gloria Vanderbilt.

5. Full House Reunion: Cast Supports Candace Cameron Bure on Dancing With the Stars

Kimmy Gibbler, is that you!? Candace Cameron Bure was joined by some of her former costars for a special Full House reunion on Dancing With the Stars Monday night. As part of the "Most Memorable Year of Your Life" theme, Bure chose 1995 -- the year the '90s sitcom ended.

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