In 2014, the singer told Howard Stern that a record producer raped her when she was 19-years-old. She’s been struggling with PTSD since then, and she recently opened up about the diagnosis for the first time while talking to a group of young people at the Ali Forney Center in New York, which provides services for LGBTQ youth. Read more…
Milo Ventimiglia, who currently stars as a ’70s-era dad to three on This Is Us, visited Ellen DeGeneres to talk about the show. And, like Justin Bieber before him, he participated in the great tradition of showing off your muscles on daytime television.
‘Tis the season to make decorative choices based on corny puns about celebrities.
Wreath Witherspoons, though perfect, have gone a little commercial since Mindy Kaling brought the phrase into our holiday vernacular back in 2014 and Reese herself cashed in on the pun. But 2016 is the year to DIY a Chrissy Treigen.
She was nominated for the top prize, Album of the Year, alongside Adele, Justin Bieber, Drake and Sturgill Simpson.
“Formation” was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Music VideoLemonade also got a nod for Best Urban Contemporary Album.
Bey’s Lemonade collaborations helped her get nominations in some genre-specific categories, too. “Don’t Hurt Yourself” featuring Jack White earned Bey a nomination for Best Rock Performance. “Freedom” featuring Kendrick Lamar was nominated for Best Rap/Sung Performance. Read more…
A year ago today, the world was truly blessed by the birth of Saint West.
In honor of Saint’s birthday, Kim Kardashian West‘s bestie, Jonathan Cheban, shared new personal photos of the one-year-old and his mom on Kim’s app. They are devastatingly adorable, as Saint is a true Kardashian who is incapable of taking a bad photo.
Justin Bieber, who is not a big fan of people screaming while he performs, is currently plotting his first ever stadium tour.
Bieber will hit the road again in North America following his rocky Purpose tour at the end of the summer in 2017, which should give him some time to hang out poolside and not Instagram before he returns to sing to the masses.
Kristen Stewart stars in the Rolling Stones’ new “Ride ‘Em On Down” video playing, well, Kristen Stewart.
The actress picks up a six pack and heads off on a joy ride in a muscle car in some sort of apocalyptic scenario where the only survivors are Kristen Stewart, some rough-looking dude in a cop car and a zebra. No shoes allowed.
She drives recklessly, enjoys a lollipop and dances like no one’s watching.
Nothing to see here, just Jake Gyllenhaal’s face forever and ever.
The actor’s rugged good looks now adorn the walls of a virtual GyllenHall on an endless loop soundtracked by his famous line from Brokeback Mountain, “I wish I knew how to quit you.” So just try closing the tab without feeling like a monster.
The website is the terrifying and beautiful creation of Paul Feldmann and Zack Johnson.
There are plenty of Jakes to choose from, should you prefer the hunk fresh faced, poking out of a cozy turtleneck or with a full beard as if he stumbled out of the woods and bought a suit on his way to a movie premiere. Read more…
Justin Bieber has a pretty solid reason for not returning to Instagram — he is not the dark lord Satan.
“Instagram is for the devil,” he told the crowd in London at the last date of his Purpose Tour, explaining his exit from the social media platform. “I think hell is Instagram. I’m like 90 percent sure.”