Before you head to happy hour this weekend, here’s the latest pop culture scoop you should be in on.
While Miami Heat fans will likely curse this day for all eternity, the Cleveland Cavaliers rejoice. LeBron James is going home, baby! Read more…
Unfortunately, pop divas Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez weren’t the only stars who majorly disappointed us with their fashion choices this week. See which celebs willingly landed themselves on our worst-dressed list.
By Sarah M. Smith
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is coming to an end and we can’t wait to see who will come out on top. With final teams battling it out Sunday, we bring you the four finalists of our VH1 World Cup: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Portugal! But only one can be named the VH1 World Cup champion…
Khloe Kardashian pulls a Kim, dropping by the set of her boo’s new video. You’re almost there! Friday’s right around the corner, and we’re confident that what the hilarious Chrissy Teigen has to say will hold you over.
The contenders for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards have been announced, and we can’t help but pore over the picks from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. So who unexpectedly got tapped, and who majorly got snubbed?
Every generation thinks that their movie stars are the hottest, the sexiest, the most lust-worthy (ask your mom about Dustin Hoffman in 1968 and prepare to be shocked). But there’s nothing new in Hollywood — certainly not when it comes to its pin-ups. What was once considered attractive always come back full circle.
In Hollywood, there’s always a battle for attention. The legends and icons are forced to fend off the pretty young things that pop up every year. But sometimes, a generation of starlets and studs are more than just pretty faces — they are the new Hollywood. They transform into talented, award-winning actors who take over both the big and small screen. They include the likes of Jonah Hill, Carey Mulligan, Emma Watson and Shailene Woodley, all of who have been featured in Vanity Fair’s Young Hollywood series.
While there have been a number of hits featured in the magazine of the years, there have also been a number of misses — Vinessa Shaw and Sarah Wynter anyone? Like them, we want to know where they are all now.
Starting with 1999 — the unofficial “Young Hollywood” issue — we look back on the hottest, youngest, brightest, freshest faces of the past 15 years.