Paula Abdul, Lori Milken, Jane Seymour (Photo Credit: Brian Lindensmith/ All Access Photos) Recently, the LA Ballet honored Lori Milken, Paula Abdul...
"Conscious uncoupling" evokes a desire to make divorce seem positive, proactive and even somewhat glamorous. But, divorce is none of these things. It's painful, scary, uncomfortable, embarrassing and unpleasant.
Scanning the site's collection of photos, you will see celebrities sharing the stage with just plain folk. The captions underneath the photos say "Modern," "Genuine," "Activist," "Lover," "Visionary." In other words, we are not defined by our HIV status. We are more than that, much more.
Hi! Sorry. A little warning: I drank a big bottle of Evian before I went through security. I finished the whole thing so they wouldn't make me throw i...
Collecting autographs has always been a favorite hobby. I've been hooked ever since snagging John Elway's signature on a picture I drew of the quarter...
Charlie White should be held to the same standards anyone else would be. There's only one problem: One of those DWTS deductions was based on an "illegal" lift. And Charlie White didn't choreograph the dance, he just danced it. Beautifully.
He made a pretty good bad boy, that Rooney. And yet, I was totally unprepared, decades later, for his gritty, unflinchingly, unflatteringly realistic portrayal of Army, in Rod Serling's searing Requiem for a Heavyweight.
It was a surreal spectacle to witness during a big-budget pop show in which so much as an unplanned stumble make headlines.
Think about the last five movies you saw. Were there any deaf individuals in them? When was the last time you saw a deaf weather person delivering the forecast?
Think swimming pools and movie stars. That's right, you could retire with the likes of Billy Joel and Ralph Lauren if you've got some extra pesos.
A day before Oscar Sunday, I had the once in a lifetime opportunity to attend one of the many luxury style lounges that many celebrities are only fortunate to attend.
I was only kidding myself. I mean, what did I expect my innocent answers to the survey questions would yield?
Introverted, sober and not part of the Hollywood scene, it almost makes sense Moby would become interested in creating his own "cult."
Okay, there's the face ...
Sometimes the showiness is intentional and is a necessary part of the art itself. But sometimes it completely detracts from the real, raw talent. And isn't it the talent that makes music what it is? Maybe it's never truly existed, but I wish we could find a way back to that simplicity.