"Jen's about to get married and finally in a good place and Angelina is clearly trying to overshadow that with the details of her mastectomy," says one source. "It's like she's still trying to rub it in that Brad loves her, even without her boobs."
The process is grueling, exhausting, insulting, exciting and demeaning. It is ridiculously imperfect (as every fall season proves). It is a kind of hell week, only it lasts a year. So why would otherwise sane people (well, most of them, anyway) subject themselves to this?
I hate the last episode of Seinfeld. This is an admittedly odd way to open up an essay that is primarily about Friends. I also realize this isn't a particularly unique or notable sentence to write considering that most people who have seen the last episode of Seinfeld share this opinion.
by Evelyn Crowley, Vogue Gravity: fundament of physics, foe of aging physiques. Those of us north of 30 must go the extra mile (literally) to mainta...
The truth is we are forever looking at ourselves in comparison to those around us, creating our own internal A and B lists of who is successful in marriage, in career, financially, as parents, and then putting ourselves in one or the other category.
You've clocked two months of solid work since Christmas break and it's time for another escape.
Tuesday night is our big Hollywood premiere for $ellebrity, an intriguing new feature documentary directed by Kevin Mazur about the price of fame today, and the way that the texture of celebrity has evolved -- or, it could be argued, de-evolved -- over time.
I call it, The Monster. It's enormous. It may not be Hollywood big, but it's close. Nearly five carats. And it's shiny. It was my grandmother's, then my mother's, and now it's on my finger.
Throughout the week leading up to Halloween, Bryan Safi and I are answering your burning questions regarding the All Hallow's Eve escapades of some of your favorite and not-so-favorite celebrities. What better place to begin than with the newly engaged Jennifer Aniston? Enjoy!
This past weekend, Jennifer Aniston's engagement ring emerged from the press-proof bunker in which it had been hiding ever since Justin Theroux proposed marriage to the actress on August 10.
Jennifer Aniston never allowed herself to fall into the habit of typecasting a boyfriend, repeating the same negative patterns and thinking there was only one kind of guy for her.
Correcting history is always unpopular and hard to do. Belzer is trying.
Who is Jennifer Aniston? She's the actress hired to play you.
This goes against the grain of American culture, one that likes to drag its success out for as long as possible, often ruining reputations.
What does someone's eyes, nose, smile, skin or hair typically tell us about them?
And I could not love a wedding more. I've worked at wedding magazines and found it a joy to go into the office. I would gladly page through a stranger's wedding album. I read wedding announcements not to find people I know but just for sheer delight. But there are a few things that make me cringe about bride-and-groom-penned vows.