Hey, remember how Lifetime is making a behind the scenes look at all of the drama on the Saved by the Bell set? No? You don't remember that, because that show is too old to really care about anymore or because the movie will desecrate a beloved 1990s memory? Oh, well, in any case, Lifetime released the first preview of their movie. Let's watch it together!
I've married a bunch of people. No, I'm not taking a book from the Jennifer Lopez school of the sanctity of marriage — I mean I performed the marriages for a few couples I know. And it's turning me into a misanthrope. I got ordained online when my best friend asked me to officiate her marriage in October 2013. (How do you get ordained online? You use a credit card. Seriously.
One person who is beyond psyched about the February 2015 release of "Fifty Shades of Grey?" My mom. She told me several times that she read the book and is going to see it the day it hits the multiplex. You know who won't be accompanying her? Me.
Disney princesses get a pretty bad rap. Sure, they often have impossible bodily proportions, weird patriarchal relationships and until recently married at 16 and essentially viewed every living matriarchal figure in any given kingdom as wicked, evil and selfish. (Thankfully, modern flicks like Brave and Frozen have made huge feminist strides in Disney princess films.) But still, you love them, right?
Celibate celebrities are more common than you think. Here's a list of 23 celebrities who are asexual.
New mommy Olivia Wilde is on the cover of Glamour's September Issue, and her beautiful baby boy, Otis, makes a cameo in her gorgeous spread — breastfeeding.
Bazinga! We tune into CBS every week because we love watching four scientists geek out. Even though we sometimes have no idea what Sheldon is saying, it’s still beyond entertaining just to watch him speak. At this point we know that we have at least three seasons left before the show potentially ends (wahhh!) and we're soaking up every ounce of Big Bang Theory that we can. Leonard, Sheldon and Penny have pretty much become family to us.
You know you crushed on Sabrina Spellman and Kelly Kapowski. And if you didn't crush on them, you basically wanted to emulate everything about them. The big hair, the colorful hair clips, overalls — basically life in the 80s and 90s was awesome for these child stars ... even on TV. But what do they look like now?
Canadian rapper Drake is a Renaissance man, from his endeavors in music to sports. He hosted the ESPYs and he is a Toronto Raptors ambassador. He's a total charmer, as evidenced by 10 awesome GIFs.
Drake tried to shock the world by performing his song "Days In The East" with a picture of Rihanna displayed behind him. It would have been shocking except that everyone already kind of figured out that the song was about her.