When it comes to scary television shows, nothing quite beats Are You Afraid of the Dark? The Nickelodeon series — which ran from 1990-2000, including the revival — was downright terrifying, and made for perfect Halloween entertainment year-round. And celebrities thought this too; you won’t believe what famous faces appeared on the show before they were famous! We’re looking at you, Ryan Gosling.
Jessica Biel may have her first, bound to be perfect bun in the oven, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have spent a disturbing amount of money, ABC continues to hate on Juan Pablo Galavis, and more in Last Lap.
Neil Patrick Harris‘ stellar year continues. After Twitter talk of joining Ryan Murphy‘s American Horror Story: Freak Show earlier this summer, TVLine has confirmed that he’ll appear on the show this season, and he’s bringing husband David Burtka along with him.
Matt Lauria knows how to play rough. Despite being one of the nicer people in Hollywood, the actor has a history of portraying dark characters haunted by their pasts. On DIRECTV’s new drama Kingdom, Lauria plays MMA fighter Ryan Wheeler, whose personal mantra “Destroyer” (tattooed in large letters across his chest) represents his approach to his life both in and out of the cage.
For weeks, Big Morning Buzz Live has sought a social buzz reporter to temporarily join the show. With the help of DreamJobbing.com, Nick Lachey and the crew sifted through thousands of video submissions and narrowed the field to just four outstanding hopefuls.
On his 65th birthday, Bruce Jenner was spotted wearing bright nail polish while smoking a cigarette. Is the Kardashian patriarch finally showing his true colors? The Gossip Table has the scoop.
Earlier this week, Jennifer Lawrence and Coldplay star Chris Martin ended their brief romance. Does that leave J. Law open to get back with her ex, Nicholas Hoult? The Gossip Table has the details.
If you loved Daniel Radcliffe before, you will love him even more now, especially if you are a rap fan. Watching Radcliffe rap the super difficult “Alphabet Aerobics” by Blackalicious will be the best thing you see on the Internet today.
Now that the VH1 Pop Queen Faceoff is well underway, let’s take some time to draw attention to your favorite divas on the silver screen. We’re putting the spotlight on the various film debuts of some of these stars like Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga. From The Smurfs to Burlesque, these movies featured the multi-talented singers who had the guts to try their hand at acting. Remember when Whitney Houston sang “I Will Always Love You” in The Bodyguard? Did you catch Taylor Swift playing a high school sweetheart in Valentine’s Day?
The House of Cards cast mourns Elizabeth Norment‘s death, Daniel Radcliffe raps his way to our hearts, Ashton Kutcher raves about fatherhood, and more in First Dibs.