To live the life of a celebrity you need a few key things: a good makeup artist like Rihanna‘s, to cover up the effects of a bad night, a hair stylist like Jennifer Lopez‘s to give you voluminous sex hair 24/7, and a good publicist to keep all of your dirty secrets under wraps. These jobs are essential in helping you look and be your absolute best — because we’re all basically famous, thanks to Instagram — but VH1 staff members agree that some Hollywood jobs are beyond ridiculous. (We’re talking to you, Kim K.)
Attention anyone who lived in the late ’80s and early ’90s: your icy hearts are about to melt into a pile of love. Most of the Full House cast reunited this weekend for creator Jeff Franklin‘s birthday, and together they took us back to the good ol’ days by singing the show’s theme song. Read more…
Elijah (Andrew Rannells) is a main player on Girls this season, and we couldn’t be happier. Someone needs to give Hannah a dose of real talk and remind Marnie that jazz brunches are not the be all and end all of the performance world. Read more…
It’s always great to watch our favorite celebrities let loose at the SAG Awards. But when actors like Amanda Peet, Gwendoline Christie, and basically the entire cast of Orange Is the New Black make horrendous fashion choices, it lessens the blow of not being cool enough to hang out with them at the star-studded event.
GIRLS star and creator Lena Dunham was the quintessential serious lady at Sundance 2015′s college panel “Serious Ladies.” Dunham gave her two cents on campus rape, abortion, and director Woody Allen. This isn’t the first time she’s spoken up about rape. In her recent book “Not That Kind of Girl” she reveals that she was actually a victim date rape in college. Here is what she had to say during the event. The panel also included Kristen Wiig, Mindy Kaling and Orange is the New Black creator Jenj Kohan.
Tom CruiseCruise’s Mission Impossible stunts look like basket-weaving compared to his real-life acts of heroism. E! reports that when Cruise was driving along L.A.’s Wilshire Boulevard in March 1996, he witnessed a hit-and-run accident that left one woman injured. Instead of whipping past the scene, Cruise pulled over and made sure medics were notified. He even footed the victim’s $7,000 bill because she didn’t have insurance. What a guy!
Sean PennAfter Hurricane Katrina devastated Louisiana in 2005, Penn did more than just write a check. He was one of the first celebrities to head down to New Orleans and help people in need. Penn personally drove a boat around flooded streets and saved 40 people from their destroyed houses. He then arranged for all of them to receive medical care. Charlize Theron is a lucky gal!
Yahoo! reports the actor/governor/muscleman spotted a male swimmer in distress 100 miles off the Maui beach where he was getting some sun. Schwarzenegger quickly jumped into the water and pulled the man to safety. The Terminator still has it!
Harrison FordOK, this is some real-life Indiana Jones shit. According to ABC News, two young women were climbing Table Rock in Idaho when one hiker got sick from dehydration. The other girl called for help on her cell phone, and guess who showed up in a helicopter ready to save the day? Ford. Turns out, Ford frequently lends his aerodynamic #skillz to assist with rescue missions. It saves a whopping $1000/hour, which is the rate to hire a private pilot.