ESPN icon Stuart Scott passed away Sunday morning at just 49 years old after battling cancer. Famous athletes, musicians, and actors continue to grieve the loss of the lovable and incredibly empowering anchor.
The winter chill is approaching, but that doesn’t stop celebs from stripping down for our viewing pleasure. This month, the usual suspects like Rihanna and Erica Mena heated things up on Instagram, but bombshells like Jessie James Decker and Olivia Culpo also got in the mix, proving they remain hot year-round. Read more…
It seems like Nick Jonas went from Disney tween dream to our new favorite sex symbol overnight. But little did we know, the 22-year-old was getting down in the sheets long before he started dropping f-bombs in his songs. Read more…
Robert Pattinson’s fame could be taking its toll on his new relationship. Though FKA Twigs is a rising star in her own right, the pressure of having having such a well known boyfriend might be too much for her. The Gossip Table tells us whether Pattinson and the pop star may soon call it quits.
Macaulay Culkin wants you to know that he is very much alive. After reports surfaced that the 34-year-old actor had passed away this weekend, Culkin used his band Pizza Underground’s Instagram account to prove that he is indeed alive and has a sense of humor when it comes to Internet death hoaxes (check out that mean Weekend at Bernie’s impression).
By Taylor Ferber and Christopher Rosa
We know it’s hard to believe, but celebrities did have childhoods just like us normals. Before conquering the pop culture universe, our favorite stars were in fact toddlers, too, complete with dorky hats, matching outfits, and toothless grins. But can you identify your today’s biggest celebs from just their baby pictures? We’re putting you to the test.
Here’s a question: if you dated a singer and they later wrote a wistful, romantic song about you, would you be angry? Okay, now what if the song was about what a total douche bag you were? Also, you’re famous too? Makes a huge difference, right? Good thing the Jonas Brothers‘ “Wedding Bells” was an example of the former, or else we doubt Miley Cyrus would be quite so gracious about the fact it concerns her former relationship with Nick Jonas. “I don’t know anyone else who is getting married,” the singer pointed out to Ryan Seacrest on his radio show today, saying it’s “pretty blatant” the tune is about her impending marriage to Liam Hemsworth. Oh man, this is like Taylor Swift and John Mayer all over again. Except fortunately, this time no one has to be John Mayer!
“So, you can’t ever hate on someone for writing about something you’ve been through,” mused an extremely kind Cyrus. “I think that you kind of get a fair warning when you date an artist and someone that’s a writer—when you’re going through things that you’re going to end up hearing about it on the radio.” Personally, we find the idea of artists using their famous relationships for material fascinating. Like, Nick (and Taylor) must have known their exes would at least suspect they were crooning about them. What did they think the reception would be? Did they hope Miley and John would immediately break up with their significant others and come beg for forgiveness? Yikes, now we just bummed ourselves out. We’ll just go ahead and listen to these old Pink songs to cheer ourselves up…oh god, every single one of these are all about Corey Hart!
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