People seem to find reality stars more relatable. Hollywood actors are in a cut-off fantasy world, where as reality stars are just living life like everyone else -- or so it seems...
Are you ready for love? That's NBC asking. NBC rallied hard to find three eligible bachelors who hadn't previously appeared on The Bachelor -- a harrowing assignment.
Recently I was invited to a brunch to meet fashion Dallas fashion designer Nha Khanh. Truthfully, her name did not ring a bell but I knew she must be someone I "needed to know" if I was being invited to this private meet and greet.
Now that I have clocked 14 years of marriage under my belt -- along with two kids -- I know one thing for sure -- if I didn't love my husband truly, madly, deeply, I would've exited this marriage a LONG TIME AGO.
I like to ask people out in Los Angeles where they're from. Men who have been in California for 30 years don't hesitate before saying your name.
This year, almost 300,000 U.S. women will have been diagnosed with some form of breast cancer. A new trend in the treatment and rehabilitation with women diagnosed with breast cancer has evolved in many major medical centers.
How could a company supporting women's health founded by and for women not support a breast cancer survivor? Why is motherhood the only acceptable reason to leave the office before 6 p.m.?
Whatever you call them, we are obsessed with breasts. And it is not just men; many women are obsessed too, about their shape, their firmness and their size. For many, we let our breasts define us.
Giuliana Rancic admitted that she was "a wreck" sharing her heartbreaking news that she has early stage breast cancer, but she showed great courage in doing it nonetheless.
That's right folks. Thanks to Twitter, our television watching experience is increasingly customizable and further integrated with our online persona.