Shiny happy people Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are generally close-lipped about their family life—such is their right. However, during a game of Fact or Fiction with Michael Kors, Lively revealed one intimate, not to mention bizarre, tidbit: Reynolds played Marvin Gaye’s famous sexin’ jam, “Let’s Get It On,” while…
This weekend, amid Andrew Hozier-Byrne taking the Grammy audience to church and conjuring witchcraft with Annie Lennox, a new "Take Me To Church" video staring dancer Sergei Polunin appeared online. The clip, directed by David LaChapelle, centers on a sensual routine by Polunin and it is very... sexy?
After performing "Take Me To Church" with Hozier, Annie Lennox segued into "I Put A Spell On You," and brought her all to the stage. During an awards show that brings together the most random of musical acts, which often results in dire combinations (Jessie J and Tom Jones, anyone?)—and in spite of her recent stumbling
Annie Lennox is sad that The Internet chastised her for not acknowledging the real roots of Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit," which she covered on a latest album, Nostalgia.
In a 2011 deposition, Kesha swore under oath that she never had sex with Dr. Luke and said he never drugged her with a roofie.
Forget walking on broken glass. It's all about walking on the surface of Mars in a reflective get-up.
The Kardashians, America's favorite family to gape at while shrieking "WHY IS EVERYONE GAPING AT THEM? THEY DON'T EVEN DO ANYTHING!"are quickly falling out of favor with T.V.-watchers across the nation.
Kate Middleton giggled uncontrollably as she and Prince William visited the Solomon Islands and were presented with garlands by topless women from the village of Marau, likely because being presented with boobs are kind of on-the-nose for her right now. The islands were the latest stop on the royals' Diamond Jubilee…
It's sort of bizarre how so many times I've heard a friend or a public figure note that they've had trouble with men/a certain man, and that life would be so much less complicated if they were gay.
[Melbourne, May 3. Image via Getty.]
Last night in London, the fashion elite and the society set both turned out for the opening of the Burberry-sponsored exhibit Vanity Fair Portraits: 1913-2008 at the National Gallery. And while Lily Allen, shown at left, kept it pretty (I know she does the long floral dress and suit jacket look all the time, but it…