15 Stars Who Once Modeled For Abercrombie & Fitch (You Won't Believe #7)
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away (or at least it seems like it), a number of Hollywood A-listers used to model clothes for Abercrombie & Fitch.
Some of these young men and women look like they were designed to wear the famous brand, while others who once modeled it will likely surprise you.
Gossip Girl Cast: Where Are They Now?
It wasn't long ago that Gossip Girl premiered on the CW and quickly became the hottest show on TV, buoyed by some of the hottest young celebrities around.
Well, we suppose 2007 is sort of a long time ago. But it feels like it was yesterday!
33 TV Couples Who Were Together in Real Life: Calling All 'Shippers!
The dating scene is tough to break into when your job demands wonky hours and call times at 2 a.m. Maybe that's why so many TV stars date their coworkers.
Hey, it's not like they don't have anything in common, right?
Penn Badgley and Zoe Kravitz: It's Over!
Penn Badgley and Zoe Kravitz's romance is officially a thing of the past.
The couple recently ended their two-year relationship, Us says.
Greetings From Tim Buckley Trailer: Penn Badgley Sings the Blues
Gossip Girl star Penn Badgley branches out in a big way in his new film Greetings from Tim Buckley, portraying the late singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley.
The film introduces us to young Jef, the son of the famous musician (Tim Buckley) who gets invited to participate in a tribute for his estranged father.
Gossip Girl Fashion Face-Off: Ed Westwick vs. Chace Crawford vs. Penn Badgley
In honor of Gossip Girl wrapping its 100th episode, the whole cast assembled for dinner ... and we pit Ed Westwick, Chace Crawford and Penn Badgley in a Fashion Face-Off!
Celebrating the milestone, which airs in January, the men of the CW hit partied at Cipriani Wall Street in NYC. You could say they were occupying hotness ... or something.
George Clooney, Penn Badgley Support Occupy Wall Street Protests
Safe to say George Clooney will not be voting for Herman Cain in 2012.
While the GOP Presidential hopeful raised eyebrows this week by telling those at "Occupy Wall Street" protests in NYC to blame themselves for their joblessness and/or lack of prosperity, The Ides of March star stands behind the movement.