After the website MediaTakeOut.com accused Kim Kardashian of staging her Paris robbery, she filed a lawsuit against them. But because the site published an apology, she has withdrawn the suit against both the site and its founder, Fred Mwangaguhunga.
A weary nation can finally rest easy as Karlie Kloss assures the world that yes, she and Taylor Swift are still best friends.
Queen of Page Six (haven’t they been particularly great lately?) Cindy Adams interviewed newly single Diane Kruger about her new film Disorder and recent move to New York City. Though I don’t think I could name the last time I read an interview with Kruger that left me feeling much of anything (though I did rewatch …
After 10 years, Pacey Witter—pardon, Joshua Jackson—is single. The 38-year-old actor and Diane Kruger, 40, have ended their decade-long romantic partnership.
Abby Lee Miller, star of Dance Moms, pled guilty this morning to bankruptcy fraud.
Forgive me for leading the morning roundup of celebrity gossip with a silly item about the unpleasant behavior of a dead man, but it’s Throwback Thursday and I’ve never mentioned Peter O’Toole in Dirt Bag before, so why the hell not?
If the morning tabloids are to be believed, Kelly Ripa is inching closer and closer to destroying all of New York City in a Taz-like hurricane of Disney-induced career rage.
Last night, Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the House of Kardashian celebrated her 60th birthday in a befitting style. She held a Great Gatsby-themed birthday party and the entire family came dressed in their finest Roaring Twenties costumes. Will Smith came! Kourtney wore a men’s tuxedo!
Proving that not every person who flees to Vegas also flees their responsibilities, Kourtney Kardashian took to the Instagram to show off her breast pump, affixed firmly to her tube top/nursing bra, as a way to remind us all that though she may be a Kardashian, she’s still a mom.
Last night at the Hollywood Stands Up to Cancer event, there were some bold lips, some cute dresses, and some boob curves on display.
Boston's Kiss FM has cancelled a contest to get a picture backstage with Taylor Swift because the winner was a "creepy" 39-year-old man named Charles who intended to troll Swift after securing his victory with the help of 4chan, Reddit and spambot votes. Earlier this month, someone posted on behalf of ol' Chuck:
Even though I've read stuff about the movie The Host — based on a novel by Twilight's Stephenie Meyer — I have no idea WTF it's about. Aliens, body image, love? (Also, I've already seen an awesome movie called The Host, it was a Korean monster movie.) All I know is there were some cute dresses on display at a…
In the immortal words of R. Kelly, after the show it's the after party. Last night, Oscar-nominated A-list celebs flocked to the Vanity Fair bash, where they mingled with TV stars and luminaries of the music world. The dress code was half pretty, half sexy. It was a night of many beautiful mammaries. Some ladies let…
Say good night, Gracie, to Katy Perry's spinning peppermint bra, which has been deemed a liability by her tour insurers. The ban was inspired by a recent wardrobe malfunction, admitted Perry: "My hair got caught in the wheels of my spinning peppermint bra and began to coil around and around. I'm forced to just go with…
I synthesized 2,061 Getty red-carpet photos from last night's Met Ball fêting the opening of the Met's "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations" show into an all-time ultimate Top Three. Let's break it down.
There were some simple, pretty dresses at the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards, as well as some dramatic, with sequins and feathers. Alas, there were also a few boring, blah and meh ensembles.
Last night, celebrities attended the UNICEF ball in their finest ball gowns. It turns out, sometimes a simple dress in a solid color is all a gal needs to look fabulous, and that's just what most of these celebrities did last night.
The Bid to Save the Earth is "a one-of-a-kind "green-clusive" collaboration of people, business and environmental not-for-profits committed in spirit and action to protecting the future of our Earth." Translation: a big, fancy, star-studded, money-raising gala and fashion show for a cause, with serious sartorial…
"A man awakens from a coma, only to discover that someone has taken on his identity and that no one, (not even his wife), believes him. With the help of a young woman, he sets out to prove who he is." Hm. Dubious. But the good news? The Unknown premiere was awesome!