Silence. All rise. The Superior Court… I mean The Buzz… is now is session.

Episode 8 of The Buzz kicks off with the top three trending topics in Hollywood. This week we said goodbye to one of Los Angeles' greatest-Kobe Bryant-who said farewell to the Lakers and the basketball world after 20 seasons. We are also talking the Coachella weekend one lineup and give you a sneak peak of Beyonce's new ath-leisure company, Ivy Park.

Next up in "This Week in Politics," Nick Alfano talks Trump's troubles, some concern in Colorado, and a few of Wyoming's woes, as he sifts through the campaign trail to deliver you the top political news of the week.

No, don't worry, you won't need a lawyer for this segment, but just in case our resident lawyer Stephanie Haney was on hand for this week's in studio guest. "On the Spot" with Stephanie was none other than the Honorable Judy Sheindlin, known to many as Judge Judy.

After exiting the court, head on over to Indio, California with our resident fashion expert Morgan Evans. Channel your inner music festival-goer as she breaks down her three top looks for the start of festival season.

If you aren't planning to make the trip to the desert this year, not to worry, Drew Schwendiman has you covered. Check out the "USCene" for a wrap-up of all the fun events happening on or around campus this week.

And if you listened to Drew last week you may have visited the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Our correspondent Claire Neville was there to talk with two chefs who are trying to make college cooking a whole lot easier with their new cookbook, Little Flower Baking.

Then catch up on all the events taking place in Hollywood this week as our host Sophie Flay gives you an inside look at WE Day 2016. WE Day is a celebration of youth making a difference in their local and global communities and featured stars like Charlize Theron, Demi Lovato, and Zooey Deschanel.

Finally our hosts hit the couch to wrap up the show with some "Pillowtalk." On the agenda for Thursday was the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team and their fight to close the gender pay gap in the sports industry and beyond.