Taylor Swift Wonderstruck Commercial: The Journey Begins
But we wish she'd stick to singing.
But we wish she'd stick to singing.
Passionate Michael Jackson fans who wish to witness the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray have been told to get their asses in gear or be banned for good after an incident yesterday in which a number of MJ supporters acted out.
Fans were "staring down Murray and giving him dirty looks," reports say.
If you've had a sexual encounter - gay or straight - with Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Larry Flynt wants to hear from you. And will pay BIG BUCKS for proof.
Hustler's publisher is targeting the Republican Presidential candidate, offering $1 million for anyone who can show Perry having an illicit sexual liaison.
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."
Brad Pitt may finally get a reprieve from the firestorm over his comments about Jennifer Aniston. Moneyball hits theaters Friday, and it is flat-out brilliant.
Based on the book by Michael Lewis, a story of baseball stats, strategy and differing personalities may not seem like a natural big screen adaptation, but it works.
How I Met Your Mother has cast Katie Holmes as the Slutty Pumpkin.
If you watch the show, you know that this person has been spoken of at length for six years but never before shown her face. If you're not a fan, just enjoy the fact that Katie Holmes is playing a slutty pumpkin, okay?
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:
Heiress and fashion icon Daphne Guinness is raising eyebrows this week as the subject of a profile in this week's issue of The New Yorker magazine.
In it, Daph displayed her affinity for style over comfort.
California's Attorney General says officials will not reopen the investigation into the death Rebecca Zahau, despite calls from Jonah Shacknai to do so.
Rebecca's nude body was found hanging from a balcony at Jonah's Coronado, Calif., mansion, days after his son, Max, was found unconscious there.
The execution of Troy Davis last night drew widespread criticism, including from 30 Rock star Alec Baldwin, who did not hold back on Twitter today.
Never one to shy away from controversial subjects, Baldwin made sure that his disgust over the Georgia man's death was heard loud and clear.
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.