The sadness I feel about Lindsay has more to do with the media's casting her as Marilyn Monroe, swaddled in red velvet, sad eyes and vermillion lips, and framing her story as if it has already ended.
On the bottom of the front cover was his picture in a mug shot. As the legendary attorney Frank Haddad said, "no one looks good in a mug shot." John Boel didn't either. The Louisville news anchor who won seventy Emmy awards had a problem.
If you want to slap some sense into self-destructive Lindsay -- don't. Save your anger for her selfish, opportunistic parents who are using Lindsay to get the attention THEY crave!
It's those little surprises that make it all worthwhile, and I'm speaking of both parties and real life. For me, those welcome moments summed up my experience navigating New York Fashion Week's party scene this season.
With Zsa Zsa Gabor having survived her 94th birthday and about to celebrate her anniversary in a lavish party this weekend, I began to muse about what makes Zsa Zsa... well Zsa Zsa.
Judge Stephanie Sautner ruled on Thursday that the prior judge on the case, Elden Fox, only required testing from January 3 to February 25, 2011. This ruling makes both legal and therapy sense. And it is rare.
When it comes to battling the paparazzi, pop star P!nk ain't no baby. The entertainer took to her this week to launch a verbal throwdown against the paps who are trying to snap the first pictures of her newborn daughter, Willow Sage.
Still from 'Lindsay Lohan.' a film directed by Richard Phillips Sailing through the busy canals of Venice, Italy next month will be a giant mobile v...
What is Lindsay Lohan thinking? Rolling the dice, she rejected a lenient plea deal in Necklacegate, the latest albatross hanging around the troubled ...
After everything you've been through -- a stint in jail, five trips to rehab, and now a new trial for alleged necklace-stealing -- has absolutely NOTHING gotten through your stubborn head?
Neither Chris Brown nor Charlie Sheen did any jail time for the crimes for they were each convicted. Lindsay Lohan must be scratching her head in bewilderment.
In repossessing his previously successful persona, Charlie Sheen is now tweaking it into a narrative only Hollywood's long-gone "Rogue" Archetype can ...
Ironically, Charlie Sheen and the others may be addicted to drugs, but because of our need to keep our dopamine highs by watching and reading about them, we have become addicted to that.
Sheen's rants and irrational ramblings have been ratings gold, sure to impress even reality show mogul Mark Burnett. Celebrity train wrecks infatuate the media.
Strange. Erratic. Irresponsible. No, I'm not talking about the behavior of Muammar Gaddaffi, I'm talking about Good Morning, America's extensive, up-close-and-personal celebrity train wreck of an interview with Charlie Sheen.