Donald Trump has a new enemy and Shania Twain makes a startling revelation about a huge movie star. These are today's Pop Bits.

A long time ago in a presidency far away, Donald Trump appeared on the cover of Playboy (actually, it was 1997 when the first George Bush was in office). Hugh Hefner's son, Cooper, now runs the empire and he tells the Hollywood Reporter, "We don't respect the guy. There's a personal embarrassment because Trump is somebody who has been on our cover." Ouch.

Why'd Twain reference the Fight Club star in her song "That Don't Impress Me Much?" You can finally stop guessing. She saw his manhood and was all, "Ehh. Whatever."

Stop us if you've heard this before, but a couple that got engaged on The Bachelor has called it quits. Stunning, right? No, not really. It's almost as predictable as using the word "journey" on the sappy ABC reality show.

If you like shopping at Whole Foods, have we got good news for you. Prices are expected to be slashed beginning Monday as Amazon's acquisition of the high-end store becomes official next week.

A 10-year-old boy from Michigan saved his little brother with CPR he learned watching The Rock performs in San Andreas. Is there no end to what he can do?

Better Than Revenge: 10 Artists With Clap Back Songs About Celebrities

More From Mix 97.9 FM