Rumor has it that notoriously on-again, off-again celebrity duo Rihanna and Drake are back on. Cue our excitement!
Some couples are magnetically attracted. They are like peanut butter and jelly. They belong together. But then they break up. But they can't stay apart. Some celeb couples may break up as often as most of us swap out our undies, but they somehow find themselves back together.
Dirty Dancing premiered on this day, 27 years ago!
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are rumored to be on the outs.
Nicki Minaj is the reigning queen of bootyliciousness in her new "Anaconda" video. See 15 booty-shaking and outrageous GIFs.
Kristen Stewart is no stranger to controversy, nor is she afraid to shake things up. Between her bare-it-all scenes in On The Road and her topless ad for Balenciaga, Stewart is showing us all what it means to be a confident, badass woman. She was reportedly completely comfortable being naked onscreen while filming On The Road, which just drives home our point: she is way cooler while nude than a great many of us could ever hope to be.
We have here the hottest of the hot, the sexiest of the sexy. That's right, we found the top 10 wildest sex scenes from your favorite movies. Why? Just because we love you. And because it's a great way to get through a long Wednesday.
Miley Cyrus is a very … let's say open girl. She's not afraid to bare it all on a magazine cover or in a music video (that poor wrecking ball). And Instagram is no exception. Miley does deserve some props for being so comfortable in her own skin, and for being confident enough to broadcast said skin on social media. Let's face it; most of us are not that cool. She has taken her half-naked self off to the desert, to a tattoo parlor, even to lounge around with her pups. And we have loved every minute of it.
The 2014 'Primetime Emmy Awards' are here and therefore, you need an official drinking guide, because how else are you going to get through those long-winded thank you speeches?
Movies or movLIES, am I right? You probably already have a vague understanding that Hollywood perpetuates bunk science and inaccurate history, but some of these things are such deep-rooted misconceptions that you may not have even known they were popularized by movies.