It’s Friday and you know what that means — Big Morning Buzz Live has this week’s celebrity fashion fails! Nick Lachey, Michelle Buteau, and style maven Jackie Miranne bring us the most egregious mistakes from Hollywood’s red carpets.
No matter how much we love movie sequels, a franchise isn’t always the answer. When a follow-up to a smash hit is bad, they can butcher the legacy of a great movie with their subpar stories and tired catchphrases. Read more…
Selena Gomez recently released her video for “The Heart Wants What It Wants,” detailing wrenching heartbreak. Fans figured Gomez was singing about Justin Bieber and new images of the Biebs with Kendall Jenner just might prove fans right. Is the Canadian singer cozying up to the Kardashian sister? Watch the clip above to find out.
Kim Kardashian is still attempting to break the internet. Fans can’t stop chatting about her booty on Paper magazine’s cover (and full frontal shot inside the mag), and we’re all wondering if her body’s been enhanced.
Nicole Richie was a host extraordinaire during last night’s You Oughta Know Concert, Naya Rivera responds to all of the Kim Kardashian Paper cover drama, the official Fifty Shades of Grey trailer has us counting down to Valentine’s Day and more First Dibs.
The art world is often all about status. And nothing gives one more highbrow credibility than being able to say they’ve seen a Banksy in the flesh.
Netflix streaming was only the beginning for you Gilmore-heads, James Franco and Seth Rogen will get naked (again), NBA star Blake Griffin gets charged with battery, and more in Last Lap.
It’s nothing against you, Alfred Enoch. But as your TV love interest, How To Get Away With Murder‘s Katie Findlay says getting naked in front of America is “never not weird.” Despite some awkwardness, Findlay and the rest of the Murder cast are handling the show’s risqué scenes like champs, helping Shonda Rhimes create a groundbreaking freshman series.
There’s a reason why a certain subset of your friends loses their minds every time niche British TV finds its way on Netflix: Benedict Cumberbatch. The actor is having a breakout year, with Oscar buzz surrounding his portrayal of real life World War II hero Alan Turing in The Imitation Game (Nov. 28). In addition to his acting chops and beautiful face, Cumberbatch can carry a tune — in the style of Taylor Swift no less!
Is it me or is the Wet Hot American Summer cast the illuminati of comedy? Ever since the film came (and quickly went) in 2001, nearly every then-unknown actor has gone on to varying degrees of stardom — with most of them completely running Hollywood.