Hugh Dancy and Lena Dunham played a version of one of the greatest game shows of all time, Pyramid on the Tonight Show Tuesday and it was pretty funny.
Oprah Winfrey, Doyenne of Daytime, Queen Of Everything, is entangled in a bitter feud with her stepmother Barbara over her dad Vernon Winfrey's Nashville barber shop, which Oprah purchased after it went into foreclosure last week. Barbara accuses her stepdaughter of using her power to take over the barber shop…
Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, and Rupert Everett star in Hysteria, a movie set in Victorian London. More interestingly, it's about the invention of the vibrator. Dancy plays a young doctor struggling to establish himself in the medical world until he's invited to join a women's practice that specializes in curing…
In perhaps her maddest act yet, Liz Jones asks, "Why does Britain have the ugliest men in the world?" Sure, no one likes a beer-drenched lout on lad's night, but as the following pix show, Britain also has the handsomest:
- Today a judge ruled that Jon Gosselin must pay back $180,000 of the money he removed from his shared bank account with Kate Gosselin in violation of an arbitrator's order. As for the rest of the money...
- Supposedly, Johnny Depp doesn't want to make another Pirates of the Caribbean because he knows the last two "sucked." Disney will offer him a huge paycheck and if he refuses, he'll be replaced by a younger Zac Efron-type.
Burberry Plaid was conspicuously absent from Burberry Day at The New York Palace Hotel, and we never thought we'd say this, but we missed it. You see, it would've been a beacon of stability in the world of wrinkles and experiments that Claire, Hugh, Molly, Rose, and Blake brought instead.
There was cuteness (Isla). There was hotness (Dancy). But the overall vibe last night at London's Empire Leicester Square premiere of Confessions of a Shopaholic was WTF?
Don't just take Megan's word: In Confessions of a Shopaholic, Isla Fisher proves she's destined to be one of the next great comediennes by making one of the most poorly timed movies in history endurable.
[Los Angeles, January 21. Image via Bauer-Griffin]