Country singer/songwriter Chely Wright is coming out to People Magazine this week. While her revelation will no doubt shock her mostly conservative fanbase, Chely is done hiding who she is. Although she had to for a long time in order to make it in country music, she says that, "Nothing in my life has been more magical than the moment I decided to come out."
Since she broke up with Jamie Kennedy over the weekend, Jennifer Love Hewitt has embarked on her traditional post-breakup tour of Please Pay Attention To Me, I Am Relevant by wailing to People magazine about how much she hates being single.
Poll: Should Spencer Have Stopped Heidi's Surgeries?: Yes. Ten procedures is too much, and as her husband, Spencer should have stopped her. No. It's her body, and she should be able to do what she wants with it.
People has named Johnny Depp this year's sexiest man alive, dethroning Hugh Jackman and beating out likely challengers Robert Pattinson, Gerard Butler, and our own Tom Miller.
In a recent interview with People, Kate Gosselin admitted that her marriage to husband Jon has been shaky at best for the past several months. "I don't know that we're in the same place anymore, that we want the same thing," she said quietly. "I've been struggling with the question of 'Who is this person?' for a while." The female lead in the TLC reality show, Jon & Kate Plus 8, has often been accused of treating her husband terribly. Recently, photos of Jon and 23-year-old Deanna Hummel surfaced when the two were seen exiting a night club… late at night, creating many to accuse him of having an affair.
The Samantha Who? star revealed to the magazine that she's hoping her relationship with Dutch bass player Martyn Lenoble will "last forever." "I'm very grateful to Martyn for coming along at a time that he did because he's been my rock through all of this," Applegate said referring to her recent battle with breast cancer.
Weeks after Rihanna and Chris Brown's names became (potentially forever) linked to domestic violence, the couple has apparently rekindled their romance, according to People.com. An unnamed source told the site that the efforts to reconnect have been "mutual" and that the young pair "care for each other." Feelings aside, the world will watch in wonderment as Rihanna takes back a man who allegedly beat her on the night of February 8. Brown was arrested for making criminal threats, but charges have not been pressed.
Hugh Jackman is a sexy, sexy man. That's what People magazine believes at least. Last week the celebrity mag picked the Australia star for its coveted title previously held by the likes of Johnny Depp, George Clooney, and Brad Pitt. While Mr. Jackman definitely sets our hearts fluttering we can't help but think that there are sexier men who could easily fill Hugh's shoes. We're not alone. Entertainment Weekly feels Jon Hamm was denied type honors, and comments on the site tout the sexiness of everyone from Gale Harold (Desperate Housewives) to Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors). After hours of searching through hot celebrity photos, YourTango has come up with a list of 10 men who are sexier than Hugh Jackman.
Travel & Leisure recently released its "America's Favorite Cities" feature that ranks 25 cities on categories such as food/dining, shopping, people and culture. For the "people" rankings, the citizens are judged on six subcategories: attractive, friendly, intelligent, athletic/active, diverse and stylish. Now, call me crazy, but when I go on vacation, the first thing I evaluate when choosing a destination is the athleticism of the people. Not at all. But, that's besides the point here. I suppose the accumulated attractiveness of a potential vacation spot population could be helpful to, say, ensure anyone you catch in the background of a photo isn't hideously unattractive. Also for the likes of good people-watching or vacay flings.
Jessica Simpson may have jinxed her romance Tony Romo by opening up a little too much in People magazine. Or at least so goes conventional wisdom. Maybe she's in love and just wants to shout it from the rooftops (or magazine pages) and doesn't care about who knows.
While he plays a bed-hopping womanizer on Ugly Betty, Eric Mabius is actually a "hopeless romantic" who married his high school crush. His time at Sarah Lawrence, Amherst High School, and on The L Word gave him a unique understanding of women. He also tells us about growing up around dynamic women, his days of luging, and the importance of starting a family.