It's practically 2015, and we mustn't forget the Tiffany Pollards and Brooklyns of the world. It was the perfectly highlighted and coiffed Todd Chrisley who said, "You don't ever go out of the house with your snapdragon snappin.'" I will buy a round of beer for anyone who can translate that.
So, when it's all said and done, "The @Pack" is actually the best group of role models thus far. For all the people who want to bash them, Hollywood actually needs more young class acts like these.
I'm all for experimentation and these ladies are proof positive that taking the occasional gamble with your makeup statement can pay off beautifully. New year, new you?
Yep, Liam's done it again and made us all weak in the knees. The 1D member saved his friend's life from a ferocious fiyahh! Talk about smolder. HA, GE...
Who deserves to be remembered more than Mom? But it doesn't have to break the bank to get her a gift she'll love!
On Tuesday night, NBC unveiled its newest reality competition Fashion Star, hosted by Elle MacPherson. Above the excitement over this new show comes the surprising and empowering fact that two of the three judges of this national competition are women of color.
A lot has changed since "The Simple Life." Here are 5 reasons why I am glad to see Nicole Richie reenter the reality TV sphere ... even if it also means the return of Jessica Simpson, queen of the great chicken vs. fish debate.
The five minutes that it takes to pop on two necklaces, a scarf and earrings is the difference between ho-hum and high wattage. And when speaking of accessories, bigger is almost always better.
Chit chat is what was going on in every corner at Soho House Monday evening ... gaggles of girls and sportie doods enjoyed the yummy mini sliders and ...
Friday on newsstands, People magazine will show the inside details of Nicole Richie's nuptials to Joel Madden -- including her dad Lionel Richie, her ...
Hilton used to be a fixture in glossy mags. Now, the hotel heiress barely makes headlines for being arrested and can't snag an invite to see Richie walk down the aisle.
Last night The A List, LBF Media and DJ Ana Calderon hosted the sunglass brand Carrera's party up at the Chateau to promote their shades.
I got lucky: my father wasn't a junkie, nearly as famous as John Phillips, nor negligent as most celebrity parents. He was just a cookie pusher. I know plenty of Hollywood kids who still struggle with being whole.
Despite overcast skies and cooler-than-normal temperatures, celebs still showed up to get pampered, collect goodies and socialize at the MTV Movie Awards gifting suites.
Stars cannot just show up online and expect to succeed. It takes work! Social media means getting to know someone -- not hiring someone to fake it like celebrities always do.