Singer Chris Brown has been accused of asking his friends to beat the crap out of a photographer during a party he attended on a private yacht in Fort Lauderdale, and are you surprised?
What do former First Lady Laura Bush, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, Cambridge classicist Mary Beard, and comedian Mindy Kaling have in common? They are all women. And... and??
After hanging back for a while and weighing the other presidential candidates, deeply considering their perspectives and who would be right for this country, Barbara Bush has decided to endorse her son Jeb! Bush for President of the United States in a new Jeb! campaign video.
On this day in 1992, George H.W. Bush publicly vomited on himself and also the prime minister of Japan.
On this day in 1945, Barbara Pierce married George Herbert Walker Bush. Contemplate the havoc that ensued, yes—but first let’s take a moment to revisit her holy-shit fashion choices, particularly her outrageously late ‘80s/early ‘90s formalwear, which can best be described as purest essence of rich WASP.
In today's Tweet Beat, Kristen Bell's Twitter was hacked and her response makes me want to be her friend, Gwyneth Paltrow undergoes a transformation and George and Barbara Bush are pretty cute.
In today's Tweet Beat, Lara Spencer and Mario Batali are warm friends, Barbara Bush may be subtweeting some living presidents and Debbie Reynolds is still a national treasure.
Late on New Year's Eve, it was reported that Barbara Bush, the 88-year-old former First Lady of the United States, had been admitted to a hospital on Monday for a scarily vague "respiratory related issue."
Former First Lady Barbara Bush made an appearance on Fox News yesterday, and when she was asked about what she thought about the Mother Of Five Ann Romney Has Not Worked A Day In Her Life kerfluffle, she had some game-changing knowledge bombs to drop.
Remember when Halloween was all about filling that little orange Unicef box with pennies? For some celebs, it still is. At least, the Unicef part.
- Congratulations to MSNBC's David Schuster for the best tea-bagging pun ever: "if you are planning simultaneous tea bagging all around the country, you're going to need a Dick Armey." Yes, yes, you do. [Huffington Post]
So, what exactly was the dress code at last night's 2009 American Museum of Natural History's Museum dance? Some stars — Milla, Alba — looked flawlessly glam. Others wore robot costumes. I'm confused!