Gwyneth and Apple. Reese and Ava. Vanessa and Lily-Rose. Can you believe how much these daughters’ look like the famous women who birthed them and supplied 50% of their chromosomal DNA?
Brooklyn Beckham, rich teen and son of two beautiful people (Posh Spice and David Beckham), has a modeling spread in the recent issue of The New York Times Style Magazine.
Like throwing a lit match on a puddle of gasoline, Access Hollywood arranged a segment in which Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard — who have campaigned for magazines to stop publishing photographs of celebrity kids — sat down with the owner of a paparazzi agency. Kaboom.
Since announcing that they wanted to stop media organizations from publishing photos of celebrity children without their consent, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have been campaigning hard to make that happen. And looks like they're actually getting somewhere.
Earlier this week, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell asked their fans to boycott magazines that use photos of celebrity children taken by the paparazzi. In a post that went up on his Tumblr Friday entitled "Celebrity Orgy," Shepard expanded on his rationale behind joining the ranks of celebrities who have gotten…
Governor Jerry Brown has signed SB606, the bill intended to protect the children of famous people and public figures, legislation Halle Berry has made her pet project.
Cory B. is the 12-year-old daughter of rapper/True Blood fan Snoop Dogg and she's launching a music career of her very own (sort of). First of all, go outside and play tag, Cory B! You're 12 and the music career can wait. Secondly, here's the video for her song Daddy's Girl, which you should watch and then make up…
LOS ANGELES, November 24, 2010: Scientolospawn Suri Cruise will audit you as soon as look at you. Image via Bauer-Griffin.
"Whip My Hair" hits hard; some think she sounds like Rihanna. Does she only have this track because her father is Will Smith? Maybe! But she says, "I'm just tryin' to have fun." Also, something about haters. Check it out:
While the Daily Beast headline dubs Mel Gibson's seven grown kids the "the holy terrors of Malibu," but further reading reveals that this may be the one aspect of the Gibson story that isn't sensational.