The tiny fitness fanatic is currently working on expanding her health and beauty brand, while continuing to push forward with her plans to move into Tony Montana's house on Miami Beach's fancy schmancy Star Island. Except it's not Tony Montana's house, after all.
Neon Trees talks exclusively with YourTango about touring with Maroon 5, their Nicki Minaj dislike, and who pop music's single ladies should (and shouldn't!) date.
Looking forward to 'Fast & Furious 6' and his new album 'Ludaversal', rapper Ludacris talks exclusively to YourTango at the Billboard relaunch party.
For this week's installment of Reality Bites, we're talking to Robb Schrieber of 'The Real World: St. Thomas.' Th 21-year-old redhead dishes about being cheated on in front of the cameras, and how he couldn't help but fall for his costar.
Every Wednesday, we will be sitting down with a reality star to talk love, relationships, and their experiences on reality TV. This week, we're talking to Marie Roda, a member of the current Real World and the upcoming Challenge: Battle of the Seasons 2.
It was the interview Twihards have been waiting for ever since news first broke that Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson. And in our eyes, Pattinson didn't disappoint.
There's a lot of sparkle at the Four Seasons Hotel, and for once, it has nothing to do with the crystal or the lighting. It's Jessica Biel, who redefines the idea of being a glowing bride. Her Oscar de la Renta dress is the color of shimmering gold and it's embellished with hundreds of sparking beads. Just a little frock for a Saturday morning interview.
What would you do if there was an app that gave you access to your FUTURE self, so you could learn what mistakes to avoid in your love life? If you're like us, you'd download it stat (and probably not even mind paying for it). That's why we were huge fans of last season's web series by Alloy Entertainment, 'Dating Rules From My Future Self.'
Even a superhero like Batman needs a moment. That was the case for actor Christian Bale during his last moments as the Caped Crusader. "I needed a few minutes alone before I started playing Batman many years ago and I ended it the same way."
Over breakfast at the Four Seasons Hotel on a warm summer morning, Tatum appears in jeans and a T-shirt that molds over his massive shoulders. The 32-year-old has a warm smile and a sweet disposition. Even when you ask him about tougher times in his life, he just smiles. "Look, I respect these guys who dance. I respect them for jumping into the thong with both feet," Tatum says. "I've done it before, so I can imagine what it's like for these guys now."
Meet Daryl Wein. He's the 28-year-old NYU graduate who wrote and directed the new film, Lola Versus, which opens in theaters this Friday, June 8. Meet Zoe Lister-Jones, the 29-year-old actress who plays Lola's best friend in the film. She too went to NYU, and she co-wrote Lola Versus. She's also Daryl's girlfriend. Yes, this real-life couple works and plays together. Their combined efforts have resulted in a film that garnered rave reviews at the Tribeca Film Festival, thanks to its earnest portrayal of modern-day heartbreak.
Nick Offerman, Ron Swanson from NBC's Parks & Recreation, has some advice to men: stop shaving. Not only is a nice beard incredibly virile, it also saves fresh water... a dwindling natural resource. As part of the Grow One, Save A Million campaign with Budweiser, Nick is advocating that men be more manly. It helped him land wife Megan Mullally and adding a person or two into your shower could be just what saves the earth.
Will Smith enters a room like a tornado. Ask him how he's doing and he smiles before saying, "I feel so good it's a damn shame." His attitude makes your day better. His smile makes you smile. That's the power of Will Smith. He's back in a big way with "Men in Black 3," and is also watching his family rise to stardom. At 43, the superstar who holds court at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills says that there are younger stars nipping at his designer shoes.
Jerry Ferrara—aka Turtle from Entourage—knows how to think like a man whose mind is on the current dating scene in Los Angeles. Thinking like a woman from that high profile area of the world is another matter. The star of "Think Like a Man" and "Battleship" (in theaters today) says that he's dating, but remains a bit confused. The problem is, his manners are old school in a new age of dating that doesn't support all that door opening and chair pulling, not to mention check paying.
Yes, she's strikingly beautiful, but there's way more to Hope Solo than meets the eye. Nothing gets past her -- not even soccer balls kicked by some of the world's best female athletes. Perhaps that's why this Team USA Goalkeeper is heading to the summer Olympics in London this year to compete for her third gold medal!
It's funny – when our parents or grandparents hit retirement age and older, we often lose the ability to relate to them. We may think they're stubborn, incapable of change and reluctant to accept anything new in their life. But the heartfelt comedy released this weekend, "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," takes this idea and flips it on its head.