Find out why we can't wait for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to co-host the 2014 Golden Globes!
Madonna is no stranger to controversy, because duh. The pop icon courts and invites drama because she's Madonna, and she's earned that right through her storied, game-changing career. However, the latest criticisms dropped at her door are pretty hefty. She has been posting altered images of icons — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Lady Gaga and Princess Diana, to name a few — on her Instagram account, featuring rope drawings on their faces.
You know what's lame? When you're watching a sweet action movie that you love so far, and everything's going well, stuff is blowing up, and then the finale ends up being nothing more than the hero saving a damsel in distress. It's so common, and it's so boring. The damsel in distress story is just so trite at this point.
It's Norman Reedus' birthday and what better way to honor the AMC hit than by worshiping the favored and deeply flawed Daryl Dixon? (In case you didn't catch that, it was a reference to Judas. Norman Reedus stars as Judas in Lady Gaga's video for "Judas." Got all that? Good.)
In case you hadn't heard yet, Cameron Diaz is now married to Benji Madden. Also, Benji Madden is the singer from the band Good Charlotte, and they used to be a big deal. Now the most famous thing about Benji Madden is that he's married to Cameron Diaz. Basically, Cameron Diaz is married to a regular person, because no one listens to Good Charlotte anymore.
The 19th season of 'The Bachelor' is here, and it was absolute perfection because it was three hours of terrible reality TV and the sexy Chris Soules. Here are the most WTF moments from 'The Bachelor' premiere.
Downton Abbey is come back full force—and we are ready! If you've watched the trailer, you already know some of things to expect this season that will turn the Abbey upside down. A fire threatens the abbey along with the people who live in it, an affair may break up a marriage that is essential to the show and in general things are changing since things are progressing more into the '20s.
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are best pals and best wing men and women. They hang out together, they duet together, they write songs and tour together, and they give one another advice on dating, relationships, tuning guitars and everything in-between. Aside from helping one another compose hits that end up being grossly overplayed on Top 40 radio, Sheeran and Swift each have also helped each other find love (or at least lust) more than once, and Sheeran recently revealed he'd like to set Swift up with another famous pal of his: Divorced dad and The Hobbit star Orla
We've been waiting for this day for years and for those of us who didn't own all 10 seasons on DVD we celebrated the new year (and our day off) with a full day of Friends. Let's be honest though, we were too hungover to move off the couch today anyways. In case you didn't already know, Netflix released every single episode of the hit NBC show as the best 2015 present they could give us, so now we can be even less productive while we veg out during our marathon.
Everyone loves Disney princesses. Generally, they're graceful, beautiful, sweet and precocious. That's fine. I understand it. But a lot of times, in terms of actual intelligence, decision-making, humor and, well, role model material, Disney villains are often a lot better to look up to than their supposedly "good" counterparts. (Who better to illustrate that than reformed bad girl turned mother of all Angelina Jolie as Maleficent?)