Say it ain't Khlo, E! Joan Rivers' untimely passing has taken a toll on E!'s "Fashion Police." Fans of both the show and Rivers were skeptical when ...
It is often argued that prenuptial agreements reflect a lack of trust. However, we live in a trust but verify era of relationships as illustrated by numerous background check services.
While it's fair to say I don't live my life out on a four-inch screen, I do believe that at times I have created an equally small frame for myself.
Last Sunday's telecast of the annual awards show netted its lowest ratings in over six years. This shouldn't really come as a surprise to anyone, except for maybe Kanye West, who happens to be one of the few interesting artists left in the decaying corpse that is today's music business.
Farting and belching are the great levelers and if you are certain that "beans, beans the musical fruit/the more you eat, the more you toot" applies to everyone, then you can be sure that humanity rather than titles or talents is what really unites our race.
It's never anybody's place to out a trans person. It's never anybody's place to out a gay person. So why do we, as a society, continue to buy the tabloids that perpetuate the invalidating idea that gender expression is still something shocking?
During the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, Anna Kendrick, Blake Shelton, Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift, Neil Patrick Harris and Lady Gaga Tweeted about the show from their seats and backstage. Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson, Lorde, and Brooklyn Decker live-tweeted from home.
I was able to enjoy the game free from reading Twitter posts questioning my advertising creations. Worse, I didn't have to leave my Super Bowl party -- mid-Katy Perry wardrobe change -- to concoct a press release defending my ad.
No matter how many outlets -- from trashy gossip rags to (supposedly) reputable entertainment magazines -- make claims about Bruce Jenner's current "journey"...
Public relations is an ever-changing and developing field in communications. From the integration of social media to the well-defined practice of press releases, public relations is becoming an appealing field of study for students.
Nothing defines a city better or more powerfully than the people who live and interact within it. The simple acts of residents going about their daily lives give a city its flavor, its personality, its appeal, its uniqueness. This couldn't be any truer for New York City.
The multi-hyphenate model is taking a step behind-the-scenes by lending her name to the publication's masthead as its newest contributing editor. According to WWD, the 22-year-old is said to have guest edited the Spring/Summer 2015 issue.
e care less about what's going on in the world and more about what someone's wearing on the red carpet and other superficial undercurrents of pop culture.
We tracked down 10 of the most memorable -- crazy good and crazy bad -- moments from this year's celebrity weddings.