Have you always wondered what paparazzi scream at celebrities when they’re at the airport or on the street or coming out of a Starbucks holding a venti coffee and wearing a baseball hat? I’ve assumed that it was some variation of “LOOK OVER HERE!” and “YOU LOOK GREAT/UGLY/PERFECT,” but apparently, if you’re Chrissy…
Sometimes, when the goss is slow, you discover a gem you’ve been over-looking for months as you sift through the dirt and dust of celebrity news on a three-day weekend.
Rest easy, moppets, for production has resumed on Kim Kardashian and Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Any Given Wednesday, that new Bill Simmons show with the horrible trailers that’s apparently just straight dudes screaming about sports on camera, premiered Wednesday night on HBO with Ben Affleck as its first guest. And, as you can see in the clip above, he looks drunk as a skunk.
At a screening of The Slap in New York City three days ago, a roar of outrage burst forth from the Internet in reaction to Uma Thurman's "unrecognizable" face, basically ensuring that she never skips mascara again.
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.
BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 10: Uma Thurman arrives for the Cinema For Peace 2014 - Gala at Konzerthaus Am Gendarmenmarkt on February 10, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
In the best bit of gossip from the Golden Globes' undoubtedly epic after party drunkfests, the New York Times reports that Uma Thurman answered every reporter question with, "I need a job."
The inside of Lindsay Lohan's brain is composed of vodka, PediaLite and one failed Tyra Banks music video, but this hasn't deterred Team Oprah from offering her $2 million actual American dollars to feature an 8-part docuseries on OWN about LiLo's life and struggles. (For context, she got $1 million from her Playboy …
And the look is even better next to Zachary Quinto!
Drama queens ruled at the 4th annual amfAR Inspiration Gala, where each dress was more dazzling than the next. Thank goodness: When you're among legends like Liza and Iman, you'd better come correct.
Uma Thurman is onboard to play Anita Bryant in a biopic of the very troubled and very hateful woman. I love you, Uma, but I'm gonna have to throw oranges at the screen — you know that, right?
Actress Uma Thurman Joins Cat In The Hat On NEA's Read Across America Day at New York Public Library on March 1, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for National Education Association)
Kate Winslet loves Ned Rocknroll, so put another dime in the jukebox, baby. Ugrghhhhh, that sucked, but all the good puns were taken! Mr. and Mrs. Winslet-Rocknroll—who have been engaged since the summer and already share a $3 million house in the English countryside—got married in at top-secret ceremony in New York,…
Ever since Adele became a megastar with her alternately catchy and tear-inducing album 21, we've been trying to identify the man that broke her heart and spurred her to write such excellent fodder for our own weep-fests. At first, we suspected it might be a gentleman named Slinky Sunbeam, but now it turns out to be…
Natalie Portman acts so nice and innocent, but she might be sneakier than she looks. It seems that she and fiancé Benjamin Millepied might have gone and gotten secretly married and not bothered to tell us about it. Should our feelings be hurt? Well, yes, if the wedding-like bands they were both wearing at last night's…
Er, blue carpet. Whatever. Anyhow: UNICEF held their annual Snowflake Ball last night in New York. For the most part, the ball gowns were either glitzy or safe, with a few standouts and a few WTFs.
Cannes, France, May 22: Jury member/cyborg Uma Thurman arrives for the closing ceremony at the 64th Cannes International Film Festival.
The 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival kicked off this week with lots of premieres and photo ops for which celebs dressed up. From Angelina's casual khaki to typical Tilda, we have the best and worst of the offerings.
On Ceremony: "A young guy crashes the wedding of the thirty-something woman he wants back." Hm. Is the age descriptor really necessary? Well, anyhow, the premiere was good!