As a sort of advent calendar of kitsch, Pictorial will be counting down the final twelve days before Christmas by featuring some holiday presents of days gone by.
The cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 did a Q&A for kids this week, and star Andrew Garfield got a healthy dose of side-eye from Emma Stone when he answered the question of how Spider-Man got his suit in a particularly smarmy way.
Today in Tweet Beat, La Toya Jackson managed to get photo ops with a number of different celebrities she ran into today. Plus, Cher hates the Tea Party.
Madonna, noted Kabbalah enthusiast, has a new religion! Now she's (allegedly) into Opus Dei, the organization that was part of an international conspiracy in The Da Vinci Code. Her Madgesty spent 90 minutes at the Opus Dei center in London, and seems to be interested in the theology of Opus Dei, which teaches…
Today in Tweet Beat, some celebrate the life of The Notorious B.I.G., who passed away 14 years ago today. In other anniversary news, "Lost in Your Eyes" has been around for 22 years.
Today in Tweet Beat, Debbie Gibson takes a trip down memory lane. Plus, celebs seemed obsessed with Oprah's big family secret.
Nixon may still be dead, but some things in life do have to change. Our hangovers, though, don't have to! Nor does our obsession with economics, David Brooks, debtor culture, whether we should really like Cindy McCain, fake interviews, Condi's exercise regimen, our hatred for Karl Rove and Ken Paves' competition. All…
Last night was the red carpet premiere for Ricki Lake's much-discussed documentary on the home-birth movement, The Business of Being Born. And though the film offers an eye-opening journey through Ricki's choice to have a natural birth (hullo, vagina!), the premiere yielded nothing but some eye-shielding fashion.…