The afternoon before the Celine Dion concert at Caesar’s Palace, I got a French mani-pedi at the Cosmopolitan Hotel salon. I then went to Walgreens and purchased concealer, eyeliner, and eyebrow powder. As I blew my hair dry—something I never do—I found myself growing suspicious of this mini-makeover. Did I think…
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani—a couple as natural and authentic as the pair of tits I plan on buying at 40—are busy promoting their
new duet “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” at various award shows—but are they also paying Instagram influencers to promote the love of “Gwake” on social media?
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we approach the counter of our new magazine store, ask the friendly man to unbox this week’s tabloids, wait patiently as he finds them, and are given a funny look after telling him that, no, we have no interest in purchasing People or Us Weekly, and that Star, In Touch, OK!, and Life…
At this point, you simply must be aware of American Idol’s most God-loving contestant, who’s now maybe on shaky ground in the competition and not just with his wife. In Wednesday night’s episode, we saw Jordan Sasser’s new Danny Zuko look, heard his rendition of a second Celine Dion-popularized song, and learned that…
Justin Bieber is an otherworldly sea creature. Behold, he’s a mermaid; or at least, he has “mermaid bangs.” In the most loving blog post ever penned, People describes Bieber’s locks:
Anne Hathaway decided to weigh in on the Jennifer Lawrence-Golden Globes non-controversy. In a Facebook post, Hathaway, who identified herself as “a J-Law fan,” defended Lawrence who was recently criticized for being rude after she scolded a journalist in a post-Globes press conference.
People is reporting that René Angélil, Celine Dion’s husband of 21 years, died Thursday morning at the age of 73 in the couple’s Las Vegas home. Angélil, who was also Dion’s manager, was first diagnosed with throat cancer in 1999, and has been fighting “a long and courageous battle” against the disease ever since.
Here’s famous Candian Celine Dion covering Adele’s ubiquitous single, “Hello.” Between the classic Dion hand gestures and the New Year-specific lyrics (“Be safe.” I will. Thank you Celine), this cover is the funniest thing 2016 has yet to produce.
Celine Dion married Rene Angelil on this day in 1994. Please look at her absolutely astounding wedding ensemble. What’s the best part of this outfit? Trick question: All of it.
Britney Spears is reportedly having trouble selling tickets for her Vegas residency and obviously Céline Dion did this to her.
Walmart, in the midst of a huge campaign to make itself appear like less of a soul-sucking, worker -abusing corporate behemoth, has raised employee wages and is making some very important changes in its working environment.
Earlier this week a flight attendant who works on Ron Perelman’s private jet was bitten by Barbra Streisand’s 12-year-old fluffball, Samantha, reports Page Six. After petting Sammie “without showing her hand first,” the flight attendant was given a bite that required her to get stitches, and Streisand is…
A matronly, 29-year old Amanda Seyfried thinks you younguns need to lay off the 'Grammin'.
If there's one thing that will take away any heavy cred you might have, it's the fact that no one looks cool rocking a Barbra Says Farewell t-shirt while bopping around town. But if these t-shirts were real, no one would ever make fun of any of us for loving Celine or even Bieber ever again.
If you aren't yet familiar with Jeremy Jordan (singer, actor, Anna Kendrick's movie partner in an upcoming movie musical), you're about to fall in love because he sings Celine Dion's "It's All Coming Back to Me" and does it such justice that Dion is seconds from calling her version the cover.
Christina Bianco is back, this time with a powerhouse cover of "Forget You," featuring more of her signature celebrity impressions.
Does Britney Spears' Vegas residency make her a “feminist role model for single working mothers everywhere"?
An Englishman who drove his neighbors insane blasting the same songs over and over had virtually all of his electronic equipment seized to keep him quiet.