The "wives" and "girlfriends" transformed the idea of fame because it no longer requires any skill or talent -- fame is about popularity and name (a.k.a. brand) recognition. Or perhaps the skill these women possess is getting noticed.
At this rate, the Indian tourism ministry is going to have to start including a health warning and a loyalty card with wedding permits.
To have a break up you must first be in a relationship. Well, there certainly was one between Kim Kardashian and her fans.
Believe it or not, post-break-up vacations have been on the rise recently -- so much so that hotels are branding getaway offerings as "divorce packages."
Yes, I know what it seems like -- another day, another celebrity divorce. This time it is Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. Here are my thoughts on all of the questions I am being asked on the end of their union.
Open marriages are just an invitation for sexy, exciting, thrilling and potentially lethal distractions.
I try to take absolutely no pleasure in celebrity breakups -- our national bloodsport in recent years. That said, this one just makes me sad -- two nice people who seemed so very happy, and then not. So here's my mostly downbeat playlist for Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher.
Demi -- your doormat days are done! Congratulations, you've just saved your self-respect.
Dear Kim, How are you? I am fine. You likely don't know much about such an old school, pedestrian, and arguably, juvenile way of opening a lette...
If you happen to be in a couple who are in the spotlight together or working all the time, make sure you take time to decompress and get to know each other in a real deep way. This way, you can have both the fairy tale beginning and the happy ending too.
Most fans of "Keeping up with the Kardashians," if they were paying attention, saw the multitude of red flags that Kim missed. Here are the ones I noticed, which ones did you see?
Everyone's a-Twitter about the latest Hollywood marriage to crash and burn. It seems like only yesterday when Kim Kardashian exchanged vows with pro-basketball player Kris Humphries and, after 72-days, and it pretty much was.
Why, after such devastating pain from the actions of her unfaithful partner, would a woman do this to herself? It is actually due to a faulty coping mechanism.
How many of us have ever attended a wedding or bought a gift and thought,"This couple ain't gonna last?!" Yet somehow, that doesn't stop us from crying during the vows.
One can only imagine how Kim Kardashian will be able to monetize the divorce. I suspect there is another two-part television special and numerous magazine covers already in the works.
When we hear about celebrity couples splitting up, it's often due to infidelity -- or so we're told by the gossip magazines. What is never reported are the couples who divorce due to one or the other having a sexual dysfunction.