Olivia Wilde, who stars as a suburban sex kitten in Better Living Through Chemistry, writes eloquently in Darling magazine about her volunteer work in Haiti, which had her burying victims with pal Babs Burchfield.
What started as a peculiar Google search result turned into a story worth chasing.
We won’t keep you long here but Justin Bieber’s deposition video is just another prime example of why this adult-child is running rampant.
This year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue features a real Philly girl next door. Doylestown's Samantha Hoopes is one of 12 rookies - meaning, new to the SI swimsuit scene - in the issue's 50th anniversary edition.
The songwriter pays the fresh-Mex eatery back; the POTUS tells Zach Galifianakis that Bradley Cooper is good lookin.
Need to get your message heard? You have to go to where the peeps are. In that light, there's nothing funny about President Obama's decision to talk health-care reform on satirical website Funny or Die (www.funnyordie.com).
The station is being sued for defamation, emotional distress and more.
The climactic end of Juan Pablo Galavis‘s season of The Bachelor resulted in some highly-fraught middle ground. Galavis and his “winner,” 26-year-old pediatric nurse Nikki Ferrell, are not quite engaged, but not quite broken-up either.
A May 5 trial date has been set for Justin Bieber in the Florida case charging him with driving under the influence, resisting arrest and possessing an invalid driver's license.
Michael Jackson not the dad? Claims that Michael Jackson fathered a 31-year-old man named Brandon Howard are untrue, says TMZ. This week, Alki David, founder of FilmOn.com, said he had obtained DNA evidence that proved MJ's paternity. Turns out the lab that supposedly carried out the test is fake. The results are printed on paper that bears the same company logo as the fictional DNA testing lab in the sci-fi pic Terminator Salvation!
Tinder isn’t just for the average folk anymore; celebrities need to participate in their fair share of hook ups and flirty mingling.