There is an eternal set of holiday staples upon which you can rely each and every year: Christmas music, tins of stale cookies, too many eggnogs (you lushes) and, above all else, the awkward family dinners. Read more…
Most trends blaze hot for a brief moment in time, only to quickly disappear into the ether (languishing forever in yearbooks and mortifying music videos). The shelf life for most fashion fads is usually a decade, at most. Not so with platform shoes, a style that reigned from Carmen Miranda and Rita Hayworth‘s 1940s heyday until the Spice Girls and Deee-lite-drenched ’90s. Read more…
Jessica Biel may have her first, bound to be perfect bun in the oven, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have spent a disturbing amount of money, ABC continues to hate on Juan Pablo Galavis, and more in Last Lap.
Lindsay Lohan could be booted from London’s theater scene, with sales slowing down for Speed-the-Plow. Is the troubled actress’ turn in the production the reason for the lukewarm reception? The Gossip Table has the details.
Tori Spelling is hospitalized during a health scare, Bethenny Frankel isn’t quite done with reality TV, Tyra Banks has (yet another) daily talk show coming to ABC, and more in today’s Last Lap.
Amber Rose filed to divorce rapper Wiz Khalifa, but that doesn’t mean the couple’s split isn’t painful. The model posted heartbreaking tweets about losing her “best friend,” making fans wonder if she regrets ending her marriage. Do The Gossip Table‘s panelists think the stars will get back together?
When a TV cast is good, it’s good. There’s nothing like a couple of co-stars who have such undeniable chemistry that it carries the show. Makes you believe in them. Makes you wish you could, like, look them up on Facebook long after the series finale. For fans of the original Beverly Hills 90210, this dream is sort of coming true. Co-stars Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling (who were BFFs on the show, and truly the only duo that stayed intact during the series’ decade-long run) are making a primetime comeback! They’re starring in a new ABC Family sitcom, Mystery Girls, where they’ll play “former co-stars on a ’90s TV show” who open a detective agency. Amaze. And it had us thinking — what if we could find out what our other favorite old school co-star characters are up to these days?
Tori Spelling makes a bold move, The View has an uncertain future and which stars were asked to join the Academy?