In today’s Tweet Beat, Diane Keaton is presidential, Dax Shepard has a math problem and Topher Grace is back in the spotlight.
It may seem like woke baes are everywhere these days—that’s because they are and they’re only getting woker and baer. I think it’s high time we recognize these alert gentlemen, and every month I will do just that.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are a great couple, Cher had a mid-life crisis and the cast of the Hunger Games seem to be enjoying themselves.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Willow is Na’vi now, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are adorable and Heidi Klum gets the Sia treatment.
Laverne Cox's love for Beyoncé is no secret—woman's been caught shamelessly getting down to Bey jams all over the place (just like the rest of us), so you can only imagine what it must have been like for Cox to receive a Christmas present from Queen Bey herself.
What War on Christmas? If you live in Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's home, it's the best holiday of the year (to buy Samsung). This commercial includes Kristen Bell rocking a onesie while very pregnant, a state that Shepard told Us Weekly was "like sleeping next to a giant wounded elk who's been hit by a semi and…
Welcome to Celebrities Strike Back at the Paps, featuring Grammy winner Adele. She and her toddler Angelo took overzealous paparazzi to the court and won an undisclosed five-figure sum. $10,000, $50,000, $99,000? Who knows the exact number but the ruling is a step toward famous babies growing up in the privacy of…
In an interview with Ellen Degeneres Tuesday, Dax Shepard said that the sloth he got to surprise his now-wife Kristen Bell — and prompted Bell's legendary meltdown — for her 31st birthday "started a sloth industry," implying that before he and Kristen were into sloths, sloths were hardly the animal darlings they are…
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…
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are asking their fans to boycott magazines that pay for photographs of celebrity children, joining several other celebrities who have taken a public stand against the practice.
I wish there were a way to loosen the death-grip that Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have on my heart, because I do not appreciate being helpless to the whims of complete strangers, just because they happen to be outwardly adorable. But I cannot help it. THEY JUST LIKE EACH OTHER SO MUCH. And, anyway, apparently they…
Supermodel Bar Refaeli spoke to Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth about the crushing existential pain of loneliness, or something, and it's honestly the saddest thing I've read today (it's early so I am assuming I'll read something sadder soon, but this is still HEART-BREAKING):
In today's Tweet Beat, Dax Shepard expounds on the difference between sex and violence, Dina Eastwood has a remarkably chill outlook on her current (very public) relationship dramas and WHOA Diana Nyad.
In today's Tweet Beat, Kristen Bell needs to find herself a sloth minister, the rest of Twitter celebrates DOMA and Prop 8 getting overturned, and Anthony Bourdain tweets some meat.
Lololllooloolololollolollol! Lol. If you were to purchase all of Gwyneth Paltrow's "spring essentials" recommendations in the latest Goop, it would cost you more than $458,003. I love her so much. Brb, dying.
Twitter is deluged with celebrities (and civilians) chiming in on the gun control "debate" following today's horrific school shooting. The one I saw retweeted the most ubiquitously was this, from Dax Shepard: "I love guns. I have several, but I would gladly get rid of them if it would help prevent anything like this…