Taylor Swift Wonderstruck Commercial: The Journey Begins
But we wish she'd stick to singing.
But we wish she'd stick to singing.
She's been making the media round - The Tonight Show, Good Morning America - and playing "Skyscraper" for millions of viewers, but Demi Lovato is already plotting her next radio release.
It will be a dance track titled "Who's That Boy," which features Dev and included the lyrics: "I've been staring at ya/ And I could do it all night/ You're looking like an angel/ With the kind of body that needs a spotlight."
It's become one of the most pressing celebrity gossip questions of our time, right up there with: How low will Taylor Armstrong sink?
Disney actress Brenda Song was spotted inside a Sherman Oaks mall this week with boyfriend Trace Cyrus... and a baby bump? You tell us:
Halle Berry knows all about casts. But typically the actress is a part of them in multi-million dollar films, not donning one of them on the lower portion of her leg!
Unfortunately for the actress, though, (and for anyone forced to read that pun-heavy intro) the Oscar winner broke her foot on the set of latest film, Cloud Atlas. The accident took place in Spain, while Berry was "walking in Mallorca on a day off from filming," according to a statement by Warner Bros.
We really wish we were making this up.
Ted Haggard and Gary Busey - a pastor best known for his 2006 crystal meth/homosexual affair scandal and an actor who has been arrested for cocaine possession and domestic violence - will be featured on the series premiere of Celebrity Wife Swap.
Simon Cowell has made his expectations for The X Factor very clear: he expects the show to be number-one, totaling more viewers than his former juggernaut, American Idol.
Therefore, the judge/producer must be very disappointed today. Last night's two-hour premiere of this British import was only watched by 12.6 million households, nearly half the number that tune in for Idol each week and not even enough to help The X Factor win its Wednesday night battle.
The Taylor Armstrong pity/exploitation/public service announcement tour continues today on Dr. Phil.
Following an explosive, controversial interview on Entertainment Tonight Tuesday - during which the Real Housewife of Beverly Hills detailed the alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of her dead husband - Armstrong will appear across from a man who knows all about profiting off the pain of others.
Jill Zarin is no longer a Real Housewife of New York City. She sounds okay about this development, but her mood may change after reading the following rumor:
Sources tell Us Weekly that Ramona Singer played a significant role in ousting her rival from the series, actually going to Bravo "with a few pals she thought would make good additions."
Sean Kingston has no one to blame but himself. That's the conclusion police have reached in regard to the artist's Memorial Day Weekend jet skiing accident.
In the just-released accident report, authorities say Kingston could have avoided harm if he took a boating class. Or at least read a manual prior to boarding his vehicle.
The Kardashian sisters are as confused by this week's Dancing with the Stars results as we are by their fame.
After brother Rob Kardashian was ranked in the bottom three on Tuesday night - saved from elimination when fans voted off Metta Peace instead - the siblings took to Twitter and expressed their outrage.
Have we already found the first-ever X Factor champion?!?
Just kidding. Sort of.
Simon Cowell is a judge on The X Factor. That's pretty much all you need to know about the Fox singing competition that premiered last night and hopes to out-perfom American Idol.
With this British producer back on TV, we were treated to an event that felt much bigger than any of the early Idol auditions. Aspiring singers belted out their hearts and their souls in front of a packed auditorium right off the bat, as opposed to inside a small room, facing only a few judges.