While Kanye West may not be Keeping Up With The Kardashians anymore, he is certainly has not been keeping up either with the politics of another type of "K" clan, namely the Kazakhstan's ruling family.
Rubio is an experienced and entertaining addition to the panel and provides Latinos with the opportunity to break another star into main-stream America
It's one thing to live through the trauma of a break-up, it's quite another to have to relive it again and again every time you run into someone. Wouldn't it be nice if we could just send out some kind of divorce announcement and just get it done with all at once?
Celebrities like Katy Perry and Paula Abdul have found Ema Savahl and adorned her conversation-piece dresses. It has been a grass roots, organic approach without a huge PR machine behind her.
Walmart invites big-name celebrities not only to entertain the shareholders but also to lend legitimacy to the company. By appearing at these annual events, the celebrities appear to be endorsing Walmart's business practices.
While it's encouraging that some U.S. realtors that source from Bangladesh have finally declared a new commitment toward improving the safety of Bangladeshi factory workers, let's hope that these companies will abandon their previous race to the bottom labor practices in favor of protecting human lives.
OK, it's official -- celebrities (primarily female pop stars) need to stop wearing leotards. No, really. Ever since Beyonce slipped her incredible f...
Capped off by a hit-laden set from Chime for Change co-founder and Artistic Director, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter (which saw her joined onstage for "Crazy in Love" by her husband, Jay-Z), the list of performers and presenters just might blow your mind a little.
Jennifer Lopez and boyfriend Casper Smart introduced the newest member of their family to the public recently via Twitter -- a puppy they've named Bear. For a couple that appears to be living in the moment and enjoying their relationship to the fullest, this step seems worth noting.
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.
A celebrity endorsement, whether explicit or implicit, emboldens dictators in their denial of fundamental freedoms to their people. They must pay a price. And those who endorse them with their presence, like Iglesias, should be called out for their disgraceful conduct.
These are the gorgeous hotels where some of our favorite celebs celebrated their first days of wedded bliss.
J.Lo is back in the news and it isn't because of her music. Once again it is her love life that is getting attention.
How long will it take before she understands that a stable, loving relationship is happily ever after, and that those qualities only occur when both partners commit to enduring the inevitable highs and lows of a longterm love?
So let's rework the stories. Or, better yet, write our own. One with regular people doing everyday and extraordinary things. No tiaras, castles or princes needed.