Chrissy Teigen, Ludacris to Host 2015 Billboard Music Awards
Ludacris will MC the Billboard Music Awards as the 2015 this spring along with a super (model) co-host in Chrissy Teigen, who promises to liven things up.
Justin Bieber Roast: What Got Edited Out?
We'll have to until this weekend to see the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber in its entirety, but the anticipation for the diss-fest is so high that details of what went down at Saturday's taping are already all over the web.
Some hilarious clips of the Bieber Roast are already making the rounds online, but as with most taped specials featuring ribald comics, there were several moments that only the live audience got to see.
Baby Daddy Drama: These Stars Can Relate to Chris Brown
Both the Internet and Karrueche Tran were stunned to learn this week that Chris Brown is a father.
Turns out, the singer knocked up a model named Nia Amey early last year and is the parent to a very poor soul named Royalty. We're praying for the little girl as we type this.
9 Famous Fathers with Kids Out of Wedlock: Our Bad!
Earlier this summer, Rob Kardashian Tweeted that he has a son.
The actor was kidding (we think), but plenty of male celebrities face the very serious issue of having a child out of wedlock.
19 Celebrities Who Have Thrown It Way Back: Remember When...
Happy Throwback Thursday, Internet users!
Earlier today, we posted what many consider to be one of the greatest old pictures in the history of camera use, as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson posed in 1990s garb that included a fanny pack.
17 Most Intelligent Rappers in the Game: Mos Def-initely Smart Men!
In what often seems like a genre focused on getting cars, cash, and girls, rap often gets a bad rap. Some of the genre's most talented voices use their powers for good.
Or they try. Instead of playing to the lowest common denominator, their politically charged and often personal song lyrics are an attempt to alter the course of pop culture.
67 Celebrities Whose Real Names Will Shock You
What's in a name? As it turns out, maybe everything.
Since Shakespeare first posited the question in Romeo and Juliet, actors have been using fake names to land professional roles. Not only did it allow them some semblance of privacy before the dawn of Wikipedia, but let's face it, some people just aren't born with great names.