Morning Links: David Lynch’s Secret Room, Waka Flocka Flame Actually Poses Nude

● Miley Cyrus has got it pretty bad for Kings of Leon bassist Jared Followill, so bad she’s been sending him lots of “coy text messages.” And they seem to be working! Jared, who “thinks she’s very pretty,” just “loves showing off his texts from Miley,” says an insider. [PopEater] ● White House-crashing Real Housewife of DC, Michaele Salahi, was kicked out of Celebrity Rehab because she’s only really addicted to fame, and Dr. Drew would rather not figure out the cure to that one just yet. [Radar] ● The internet is getting a new “sensory experience” today! Sometime between 1:23 p.m. and 1:38 p.m. (PST) today, David Lynch is set to launch “a secret room filled with music,” also known as a digital music store with sounds and music from his past. [NYT]

● Lady Gaga is keeping her paws up and pulling out of her partnership with Target, citing their corporate donations to anti-gay politicians as a conflict of interest. Born This Way will look much better on the shelves of WalMart, anyways. [The Advocate] ● Facebook and Warner Brothers have signed a deal that will allow you to stream full movies on Facebook for three dollars or “30 Facebook Credits.” May all your stream-and-stalk dreams come true. [EW] ● Well, looks like this actually happened. Waka Flocka Flame posed naked for PETA, save for his carefully draped ice. Be as you wish to seem, Waka. [NYDN]

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