It’s happened. Thanksgiving came and went, and you stuffed your face with turkey, pie, stuffing, and potatoes. You name it, you ate it. Then you had a nap, and went back for seconds. And the next day you woke up in the morning and made a sandwich filled with leftovers for breakfast. We get it. We did, too. And we loved EVERY SECOND OF IT. Read more…
Bangs have been a thing since time immemorial (didn’t Ludvig von Beethoven have them?). Their popularity is no mystery! Bangs serve so many purposes. They can mask a super-big forehead, a weird hairline, or unplucked brows. They’re versatile, and can work with every hair texture. And in the ’80s, they even managed to defy gravity. Remember the teased-and-sprayed Croissant Bang? Classic.
By Sarah M. Smith
Las Vegas is known for its long nights and quick marriages. With an abundance of drive-thru chapels and Elvis Presley impersonators, plenty of famous faces have said “I do” in Sin City. But are Vegas weddings always doomed?
Tomorrow is Independence Day, a time when Americans traditionally celebrate freedom by grilling meat patties and setting off explosives. But right now we’d like to take a look at 10 individuals who demonstrated their independence in a different kind of way…Yes, we’re talking about child stars who broke away from their (occasionally deadbeat) parents through emancipation!
Cue the cheesy music, slow motion entrance, and instant popularity- it’s the classic movie makeover! Yeah, yeah, we know the most important lesson in life is that what’s on the inside matters, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, etc. etc. but we can’t get to the moral of the story without a makeover montage that really teaches us the lesson to come. Right?
Brody Jenner didn’t go to the Kimye wedding but Jaden Smith did; Rob Kardashian left in a huff before the ceremony and Kim might be to blame. Yes, even the wedding day of the #worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple did not come without some hiccups. Between the Kardashian-Jenner wedding drama and Solange and Jay Z‘s recent elevator spat, it’s clear that even famous families have their share of conflict. And you thought your Thanksgiving dinners were the only ones to end in tears? Hardly. Read more…
Wendi McLendon-Covey gives the inside scoop on working with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, The Bachelorette has a season premiere crasher, and is Frozen coming to life?
1999 was a much simpler time. Brad and Jen. Julia and Ben(jamin Bratt). Teenage films starring actual teenagers topping the box office. Without the addition of reality television and internet celebrities, movie stars were the biggest names covering the pages of tabloids and MTV’s TRL was a must-hit stop for anyone wanting to make an impact on an audience under 30. Before the onslaught of reality star sex tapes and power couple portmanteau, Julia Roberts was just a girl, dating a Law and Order hunk and Nicole Kidman was still married to Tom Cruise. (Pause for laughs.)
Hollywood embraces famous families, but it’s not always mom and dad who helped our favorite faces grow up to be the headline-grabbing stars they are today. A godparent is the special kind of family member who doesn’t have to be blood, and can be counted on to get you a present on your birthday. Or provide guidance and protection as you grow up. (Same thing, right?) Handpicked by your parents, they’re an indication of who your mom and dad once considered close enough to be family, and who you can always complain to when they won’t budge on your curfew.
What’s the one thing Drew Barrymore doesn’t want her daughter to do? Adrian Grenier was almost set to break our adolescent hearts, and the next Spider-Man film still needs a Mary Jane.