Why do we fall all over ourselves every time they do something? If media wouldn't pay any attention to them, they would be just another bunch of spoiled celebrities. Remember not so very long ago when they first took baby North West out in public?
Bootsy Bellows, one of LA's top hot spots known for it's celebrity clientele put on quite the Halloween party last week.
We predict plenty of screaming when glam-rock singer Adam Lambert hits the stage for a 40-minute concert at the 19th Annual InterContinental® Miami Make-A-Wish Ball, being held Saturday, November 2.
We're relieved to hear that former child star Britney Spears isn't twerking or going on homophobic rants or getting drunk or becoming a go-go boy. She's helping to keep the seas safe! As Britney might say herself, you better work, bitch.
The effect of a celebrity death feels like part of our youth has died and with the loss of Lou Reed this week that is very much reflected in the tributes to him. A loss of a little bit of what makes us who we are, the people who helped form how we are now.
While empire-building and image are often on the forefront of the minds of celebrities, a messy divorce without an ironclad prenuptial agreement can be just as devastating to an empire built upon a sophisticated branding machine as a bad public relations move.
The TMZ NYC tour takes travelers on a very different sort of journey through the Big Apple. Dying to see the hotel where Sting and his wife got in on in public bathroom? This is the trip for you.
Why is it society wants to read all about (and sympathize with) their favorite young starlet struggling to clean up their act, while there is rarely a helping hand for their co-worker who has lost their way?
I thought I had experienced every high you could feel, from the lowest of the lows to the highest of the highs and so much more. None of those experiences could compare to how I felt when I walked down the aisle.
In recent years, we have started to show a concern for the many ways in which younger people are exposed to unrealistic images of beauty. Normal people do not have perfect skin, teeth and hair -- and they can still be beautiful. I would like to see a similar understanding emerge for people of all ages.
It's no secret that my new digital series, Acting Disruptive, which I co-created with Tribeca Enterprises, has hit the Interwebz in full stride! I'm i...
I recently read an article that used basic averages of CPM (price per impression on advertisements) to determine how much revenue top youtube accounts were bringing in. It estimated that a popular prank channel on youtube had made millionaire status.
The cast features an eclectic mix of celebrities such as Mel Gibson, Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Michelle Rodriguez, Sofia Vergara, Vanessa Hudgens, Antonio Banderas, and many many more, including Lady Gaga.
On the outside, I was cool as a cuke. Inside, I was totally freaked out. I imagined the look on Bobby's face when he saw my old Honda Civic croak up his manicured driveway.
Unexpected celebrities that own franchises of well-known chains.
Sure, we've all decided on our favorite looks from the Emmy's. Some of us even had opinions before the stars set foot out of their cars. Like me with Lena Dunham. I always know she's going to look mildly disheveled. Is that fair? No. Is it true? Yes.