They say living well is the best revenge, so why not start with the seat of your womb? Read More
Lindsay Lohan did something unthinkable Wednesday: She actually turned up for a court date.
Sure, she tried to get out of it by claiming that she had an “upper respiratory infection” (is that what they call smoking two packs a day now?), but probably at the advice of her new lawyer, she decided to show up. Read More
Ever heard of Valeria Lukyanova, aka the human Barbie doll? The Ukrainian model has gone to great pains to transform herself into an eerie likeness of the toy, complete with abnormal measurements, shiny skin and a vacant stare.
Not to be outdone, some dude named Justin Jedlica has turned himself into a Ken doll, and the two met in New York recently. Read More
This blurb will contain a “Bachelor” spoiler (sort of), so stop reading if you want to remain in ignorant bliss this season. Read More
It’s been 17 years since the death of JonBenet Ramsey, and at this point it seems like the case will remain forever unsolved.
However, according to RadarOnline, a new revelation has come to light that does raise big questions. Though the Colorado district attorney decided not to pursue charges against the 6-year-old’s parents, a grand jury made a recommendation that Patsy and John Ramsey should indeed go to trial on suspicion of murder. Read More
There are wardrobe malfunctions, and then there are wardrobe demolitions.
Ingenue Jennifer Lawrence suffered from the latter at the SAG Awards on Sunday when she got up to take the stage to accept her best-actress statuette. According to numerous sources, upon rising the entire bottom of her Dior gown snagged on a chair and the seams ripped apart, leaving her legs bare and half of her skirt down at her calves. Read More
What is it with Chris Brown and Grammy season? Now he is accused of brawling over a parking spot in Los Angeles. Read More
If you were worried that Casey Anthony was living the high life after being acquitted for murder, she’s not. The infamous Florida mom recently filed for bankruptcy for debts that mostly seem to stem from her legal fees — more than $645,000, TMZ says.
She also allegedly owes $68,000 in back taxes. Read More
The man whose life with his wife was the focus of the documentary “The Queen of Versailles” has had his defamation lawsuit against the filmmakers thrown out, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film detailed timeshare mogul David Siegel’s quest to build the world’s biggest McMansion in Florida. Halfway through filming, however, the economy tanked and the movie became a peek inside the crumbling life of the businessman. Read More
Whitney Houston’s mom, Cissy, has written a book about her daughter, which from the looks of it is pretty depressing. Read More
The whole “Django Unchained” action figure controversy is really getting redonkulous. First the Weinstein Co. stopped all production of the collectibles due to the outcry that they were glorifying slavery (ensuring their rapid escalation in value, natch).
Now TMZ reports that eBay is refusing to sell them as well, citing its “offensive materials” policy.
Has anyone with a dog in this fight actually seen the movie? Read More
Though it was a quarter-century ago, documents have come to light that show that Sylvester Stallone paid his half-sister millions of dollars to settle her allegations of abuse. Read More
A woman is accusing Justin Bieber and his posse of behaving in ways unbecoming of gentlemen.
According to TMZ, Colette Harrington was working out in the gym at a Ritz-Carlton hotel in Charlotte, N.C., when the Bieber Bunch showed up and, she alleges, mercilessly began to mock her and even spit sports drink into her water bottle. Read More
If you listen to Conrad Murray’s latest plea via voicemail for “help” in jail, you might even start to feel sorry for the man who killed Michael Jackson. Read More
Rats. Well, his character got bags of rocks for Halloween and barren, twiggy branches for Christmas, so it stands to reason that the guy who voiced Charlie Brown back in the 1960s could one day run afoul of the law. Read More