It's obvious that you're what's hot right now. Producers blowing up your phone, agents fighting over you (publicly, too; how embarrassing — for them), maître d's practically mauling themselves on strategically-placed fici (plural of ficus) to get you the best table at restaurants with the word "bungalow" in their…
On the latest episode of Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die talk show Between Two Ferns, he interviews reality star Tila Tequila about her love life, working with Adam Sandler, and which state she thinks is the is most expendable. It's a pretty great conversation, until some washed up Friends actress shows up to plug…
In rehab, for starters. And then New York. And now, back in the saddle with Ryan Gosling.
The wives and girlfriends of Hollywood royalty may seem to lead privileged lives — but they may also be especially vulnerable to abuse.
Over the weekend, Hortense wrote about the inevitable backlash that takes place when a female star gets big. Which got us wondering: which women are backlash-proof? And why?
"A Love Too Big To Last!" Proclaims Vanity Fair. (The words "too big" are plastered over Taylor's cleavage.) Though it might be more accurate to cite acute alcoholism, infidelity and ego as to why things didn't work out.
When stars slum it on Broadway, apparently they make their dressing rooms ridiculous, according to the Wall Street Journal: