Is Gwyneth Paltrow really that snobby? The stars from Sharknado 2 give us a preview, and Anthony Mackie takes center stage in the latest Captain America movie.
Is Kim Kardashian having more kids? Gabrielle Union hopes her strength will encourage others, and Lena Dunham gets ready for Saturday Night Live.
We’re still dealing with the sad news that one of our favorite celebrity couples, Paula Patton and Robin Thicke, have called it quits. The actress and R&B crooner were high school sweethearts who rose to fame together, but they announced their separation yesterday. We know it will take a while for Paula to mend those wounds, but with her stunning looks, we know she’ll have suitors at her door in no time. So who should the actress be checking for on the celebrity dating scene?
Last night, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop premiered on VH1, and it runs until Feb. 27, every night at 11 PM ET. We sat down with some of the most influential people in media to find out how hip hop impacts their lives, and extend the discussion that’s being generated by the four-part television event. We’ve already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media, Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com, and Hot 97′s Miss Info. Now it’s time for our conversation with MTV’s Rob Markman.
Each year, the awards season means certain stars get an opportunity to shine as they make the rounds on red carpets, picking up trophies and working their way toward that Oscar. Some celebs do it better than others. See last year when Jennifer Lawrence shined from the moment she “beat Meryl” at the Golden Globes to tripping on her way to picking up her Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Meanwhile, Anne Hathaway couldn’t muster the same spirit. Speech after speech, fans felt she was phoning it in. Luckily, the stars on this list, including Lupita Nyong’o, Matthew McConaughey and Emma Thompson, fall in line J-Law.
Last night, the four-part television event, The Tanning of America, made its debut on VH1. The first installment of the series focused on hip-hop’s origins on the streets of New York City. As the program continues, we’ll highlight the genre’s path to the White House and detail its emergence as the most culturally significant movement of our time.
There’s no doubt we all like to let our freak flag fly on occasion. Sometimes it’s from a sugar rush, sometimes it’s from lack of sleep, and sometimes its from being born with a genetic piece of pure nuttiness (myself included). Fortunately, celebrities are just like us and have moments of extreme weirdness. Yeah, I’m talking photobombing. Whether they’re at the Emmy Awards or the Grammys, nothing will stop a determined celeb from committing the ultimate prank: jumping in on someone else’s serious photo op!
Russell Crowe wants a certain person to see his next film, Amanda Bynes won’t see the inside of a jail cell, and Godzilla graces a magazine cover.
Tonight, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop premieres at 11 PM ET on VH1! As part of the conversation surrounding the four-part television event, we hooked up with some of the most influential personalities in media to find out how hip hop impacts their lives, both personally and professional. We’ve already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media and Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com; now we’re checking in with Miss Info, one of the best-known voices of NYC’s premier hip hop station, Hot 97.