Beyoncé, as we ALL know, is staring into our souls from the cover of Vogue’s September issue, a highly coveted position that most female celebrities would give an arm and a leg for (the other arm and leg are then edited out through photoshop). Not Beyoncé, though! She’s a woman who knows her worth, her power, and…
Mark your calendars for a fun night out, good people of Southern California: For the Record is returning to DBA in West Hollywood from February 6 through April 4 with Dear John Hughes, an original cabaret musical inspired by director John Hughes' iconic work.
For some of us, Vanity Fair's 2003 "It's Raining Teens" issue, featuring a number of future Hollywood stars, counts as a life event: maybe you were curled up in bed, eagerly flipping through the slippery pages. Maybe that mag felt like all you needed to keep living. Or maybe you were participant Evan Rachel Wood,…
According to a source, Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell split because Wood prioritized motherhood over her relationship. In a seemingly contradictory detail, Wood also reportedly thought Bell wasn't "edgy" enough.
Evan Rachel Wood and husband Jamie Bell have amicably separated after two years of marriage and one baybay. The pair pledges to remain best friends 5ever.
In today's Tweet Beat, Diablo Cody should have written for Teen Beat, Ellen Page has great workout tips and Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell are nauseatingly sweet together.
In today's Tweet Beat, Paris Hilton takes to sniffing, jelly sandals are back and Evan Rachel Wood is pleased about it and Julie Klausner remembers a golden moment from earlier in the week.
In today's Tweet Beat, John Mayer is back with a vengeance, Khloe Kardashian and Evan Rachel Wood are listening to TLC (but not together), and Judy Gold and Jay Baruchel have gas (but not together).
In today's Tweet Beat, Evan Rachel Wood is still down on the MPAA, everyone is up on Beyoncé and Russell Crowe is happy for Taylor Swift.
Last week, Evan Rachel Wood sent out a series of tweets indicating her displeasure with the MPAA for allegedly pressuring the director of her movie Charlie Countryman into removing a depiction of a man giving a woman oral sex so it could get an R rating for its full release. So: what exactly was in that scene anyway?
In today's Tweet Beat, Jane Fonda wants to share some information about the Chanukah and Thanksgiving, Hugh Laurie may be in grave danger and Evan Rachel Wood has a message for the Motion Picture Association of America concerning the representation of female sexuality in her new movie Charlie Countryman.
In today's Tweet Beat, Paris Hilton is watching a movie that brought her to tears, Evan Rachel Wood has a revelation about the Friendliest Ghost and Martha Stewart defends her iceberg lettuce.
In today's Tweet Beat, Evan Rachel Wood lays down the law about unauthorized baby photos, Kristen Chenoweth and Idina Menzel got wicked together and Jenny McCarthy used Twitter to do some crowdsourcing.
The RomCom is having enough time remaining culturally relevant without being stripped down to its bare, blocking-mechanism bones by our crippling reliance on social media to provide us with cheat sheets on prospective love interests. A Case of You, your soon-to-be OnDemand pick of the weekend, dispenses with clever…
Bleh. Seven days out of Cliffside, where Lindsay Lohan served her 90 days of court-ordered rehab, she has allegedly been spotted partying with her friend-and-occasional-hookup Max George and sister Ali in Los Angeles. The party went all night, and a "source" (a pigeon? That disgusting oil heir Brandon "Firecrotch"…
"I did eat that day," Jennfer Aniston has qualified (verbatim) about her stripper scene in upcoming movie We're the Millers, as if consuming necessary sustenance within a 24-hour period is a magnificent, shocking truth.
Justin Bieber got a fucking realistic tattoo of his mom Patti Mallette's eye on the inside of his arm, so in case you were planning to have sex with him or something, you should probably be aware that that thing will be staring at you, and also, we can get you help!
On The Talk today, Sharon Osbourne said that she never understood the extent of husband Ozzy's substance abuse, and she's currently "devastated."
It looks to be official—Beyonce did, in fact, lip-sync the "Star Spangled Banner" to a pre-recorded track at Monday's inauguration. Which is obviously unacceptable, because...because...it deprived the people of America of the chance to hear our national anthem belted into a frigid and acoustic-less void and almost…