Watched a snippet of Whitney -- the TV movie -- this weekend. The one directed by Angela Bassett. The fact that I only watched a snippet is the only "review" you need. It was just too Lifetime for me.
With scandals happening on a weekly, and even daily basis surrounding the majority of these figures, it's hard to pinpoint those who have actually had a positive effect on society, who we as college students can look up to.
It is surprising and unnerving when we hear about these couples who prevailed for so long but didn't ultimately succeed at their union. It can be hard to understand what drives people to split up after so many years together.
If we accept that the award winners function -- at least in part -- as indicators of issues society currently has on its collective radar, it's interesting to analyze what they might mean in the context of a broader cultural conversation.
Recently I caught up with Snoop Dogg to find out how he likes to celebrate New Years Eve. I fully expected his reply to be "Gin and Juice" and perhaps with a twist. He completely surprised me.
Do the glitterati have the skills to make it in blue-collar America? Well, some of them might. Here are some very important thoughts on the 9-to-5 gigs celebs would have if the entertainment industry went kaput.
My involvement with baby boomers and caregiving definitely came about very organically. I got thrown into it like most Americans do.
All of us are prone to self-examination as the promise of a new year looms, and I am no different from any of you. Except for the fact that I never die, but let's not split hairs.
As she continues to battle breast cancer with a good prognosis going forward, the former Good Morning America host, Lunden, 64, is grateful for the life she has lived and has led. She's touched by the tremendous outpouring of support she's gotten from fans during her health battle.
We tracked down 10 of the most memorable -- crazy good and crazy bad -- moments from this year's celebrity weddings.
You don't have to know the history of funk to feel it. But knowing where he gets all that funky stuff -- and those crazy legs -- makes it a whole lot funkier. And more fun.
Carmen Electra is certainly a fan of Christmas. She played Ginger Peachum in Christmas in Wonderland, hosted Carmen Electra's - A Malibu Christmas and performed Santa Baby with the Pussycat Dolls for VH1. However, these Hollywood moments are not her most memorable.
Mr. Bieber obtained an O-1 nonimmigrant visa in order to temporarily remain in the United States. To qualify for an O-1 visa he just had to demonstrate distinction: a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered. Lucky for him, Randy Jackson was his adjudicator.
Long time Hollywood celebrity chef Gary Arabia has left the studios - at least part-time. Arabia, known as the fusion chef who transformed Hollywood ...
It won't be long until genealogy fans and history buffs can get another hit of watching celebrities time travel to their roots. TLC's next season of...
Did you know that you could purchase Instagram followers for just a couple of bucks? Social networks are aware of this new phenomenon, and they are clamping down on this questionable practice because some believe it deceives fans.