Approximately 1 million years ago, Charlie Hunnam was cast as Christian in Fifty Shades of Grey. He quit before the movie could begin shooting and—oh, my god. Are we still talking about this?
The California Hamster Organization (Suggested alternate name: Hamsters, Motherfucker™) have accused Justin Bieber of animal cruelty after he gave his little buddy Pac away to a particularly enthused fan. Their objections are that hamsters "often succumb quickly to illness and death," especially when faced with…
Tim Tebow has a giiiiiiiirlfriend: actress Camilla Belle, the infamous subject of our magical unicorn love mascot Taylor Swift's angry song "Better Than Revenge" after Belle supposedly stole Joe Jonas from her (Best dis: "No amount of vintage dresses give you dignity").
How do stars know which events are compulsory? Like, how do they hear about an "Evening of Cocktails and Shopping to Benefit the Children's Defense Fund" and know everyone will be there, looking fabulous? Maybe there's some secret cabal of mind-melding managers...
Good Housekeeping's Annual Shine on Awards honoring remarkable women at Radio City Music Hall had no shortage of, well, remarkable women. And naturally, there were clothes to match.
Secret sources say that Snoop Dogg "insisted" on receiving a stockpile of watermelon-flavored gum as part of his rider request—requiring staffers to embark on a frantic search for the stuff. Why didn't he just bring his own?
Welcome back to Midweek Madness, your friendly neighborhood tabloid roundup. This week, Justin Timberlake continues to text Olivia Munn; Taylor Swift's been stabbed in the heart, figuratively; and Katie Holmes has become a glassy-eyed junkie.
You'd think that the 2010 Hollywood Style Awards, which numbered Emily Blunt, Zooey Deschanel, Kate Bosworth and Lea Michele among guests, would be chock-full of gorgeous clothes. In which case, you're in for a rude awakening.
If the Hollywood Domino's 3rd annual pre-oscar Hollywood gala is any indication of things to come, Sunday should be elegant. Well, mostly. Sometimes. Occasionally.
A garment by Alexander McQueen is not necessarily a "safe" pick for a celebrity.
The Art of Elysium, a nonprofit foundation that provides artistic workshops to children with serious illnesses, held it's 10th annual gala last night, and the celebrities came out in full force to show their support.
2012 is the story of the apocalypse and the shenanigans of survivors. The many stars at Regal Cinemas in LA - Thandie Newton, Camilla Belle, Amanda Peet - had, well, interesting ideas about what to wear when the world ends.
The Whitney Contemporaries Art Party And Auction, held last night at New York's Skylight obviously prompted Alexis, Gretchen, Amber, Camilla, Ivanka, Lydia and Tinsley to new heights of creativity. Judge for yourself whether or not this is a good thing.