For a divorce lawyer like me -- and a lot of you who follow celebrity love lives in the news -- it's been a decade filled with some rather dramatic divorces for the world's biggest stars.
Who is this girl who eloped in Las Vegas, got an annulment, then married Kevin Federline? Would she do it all over again? Yet there is such goodwill for Spears, it's impossible not to root for her.
Reality television is a stain on our society and an insult to culture. It's dumbed-down television at its worst, lowest common-denominator.
It is harder for a rich man to enter heaven, the Bible tells us, than a camel to go through the eye of a needle. Makes sense. You see it all over Dick...
The dons and doyennes of gossip were all at NYU for "The Britney Show," a panel organized by The Atlantic in honor of its current feature on the media's obsession with the bedraggled pop star.
The question is — with no law on the books that can force her to get mental help and with neither family nor friends able to prevail upon her — can anyone save Britney from herself?
Q: Will Zoey, the character Jamie Lynn plays on TV, get pregnant, too? A: No. Nickelodeon is owned by an angry old man named Sumner Redstone who doesn't let people get pregnant.
Who said that the era of the Hollywood gentleman ended with the passing of Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart? There is evidence that menschdom is alive and well from London to La-La Land.
Kevin Federline accused Britney Spears of being one. But who's really a sex addict, and does it matter?