Today's probably not a great day to be a Hollywood manager, especially if you're a pretty actress. Over Labor Day weekend, one or more hackers released stolen private photos of several A-list Hollywood starlets. As you can imagine, many of these photos were kept private for a reason. There's been talk of legal action, rumors that the FBI is getting involved, angry tweets, sad tweets, and even some silly tweets. Every actress is handling it in her own way.
Everyone was expecting True Detective to win big at the Emmys, but unfortunately, only one major thing was revealed at the show. Who knew that True Detective director Cary Joji Fukunaga was such a babe? We didn't, and even though we are still emotional about Breaking Bad stealing True Detective's thunder, we are happy that it at least won something. Although, we still stand by that Matthew should've taken home the Best Actor.
*Warning: season 3 spoilers in this article, so we suggest you leave now, or quickly catch up. It may have only been six months since we've last seen Sherlock, but not having a season 4 premiere date yet has been beyond painful. Seriously, they end it with the biggest cliffhanger, WTF moment ever and then we hear they may not be back till 2016? We can't even handle that type of news. We get it Steven Moffat, you are busy winning Emmys and writing Doctor Who, but can you just stop and work on Sherlock already?
Back in the '90s, boy bands ruled the scene. They were full of hot, young guys and they led the mall crowd all the way into the early 2000s. Everywhere they went, they were followed by screaming girls. They were probably the most popular guys on the planet. Not everyone liked them, however. I didn't. I was a teenage boy, and they were the bane of my existence.
With her curly cues and her adorbs, iridescent dress, Blue Ivy, the privileged offspring of Beyonce and Jay Z, made a fashion splash at the 2014 VMAs. But she ruled your life, our life, her mama's life, her daddy's life and the VMAs' life in general when she cooed, "Yay, mommy" as the Hova took the stage to hand Beyonce her Video Vanguard Award. Bey had just performed a medley of every song from her new, self-titled album to close out the broadcast and ceremony and, unsurprisingly, it was the best performance of the night. No wonder Blue is the best celeb kid there is!
Remember last year at the VMAs when Miley Cyrus went up on stage and acted a fool, and she claimed that what she was doing was called twerking? And we were all like "No, that wasn't twerking. I'm not sure what twerking is, but that definitely wasn't it." And then MTV tried to act like it was a really popular thing and everyone was kind of uncomfortable and confused?
Mariah Carey and her second husband Nick Cannon are living separate lives after six years of marriage and Dem Babies. While Carey has remain tight-lipped about the marital woes, Cannon has confirmed that he and his wife are living apart and that there is trouble in paradise. He did say that their first priority remains their twins, who just turned 3 on April 30, which is the Carey x Cannon wedding anniversary. Crazy, right?
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.
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.
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.
ABC news anchor Elizabeth Vargas usually reports on the news, but this week, she is actually in the news. The 20/20 host has checked back into rehab to deal with her ongoing struggles with alcohol and to maintain her sobriety. Anyone who has battled an alcohol addiction knows that it is a daily struggle and that recovery happens every day, all day. There is no start date and no end date when it comes to the recovery process; it's ongoing.
Remember that episode of South Park where they introduced the character Towelie, and walking, talking towel that loves to get high? Apparently Miley Cyrus missed the end of the episode where the character was dubbed "the worst character ever" because she's been emulating Towelie for the last few years. The only difference between Towelie and Miley is that Towelie is a towel and is probably clean, and Miley is not clean. She's the exact opposite of clean, and I mean that in a literal sense—have you seen her tongue?
Christina Aguilera just gave birth to a baby girl, so congratulations are in order. Except for the actual baby. Normally, being born to a famous, super rich family would be great news, but no so for this child. Christina Aguilera is a celebrity, so that means that she has to give her kid a ridiculous name.
We see them windin', grindin', up on those poles! A lot of what celebrities sell is sex, so most stars had to be pretty sexually appealing and attractive to achieve (and in some cases sustain) any kind of fame. As a result, it's not entirely surprising that quite a few celebrities stripped for a living before hitting the big time ... and, once more, in some cases, after that.
In 1991, a version of Peter Pan was released, and it was unlike any other. Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman and Julia Roberts all took on our favorite characters and created one of the classic movies of our generation. Even though we can't bring back Robin Williams, we can honor him by talking about all of his movies that inspired us. Hook was one of those movies that will always remind us of our childhood. It taught us that it's important to grow up, but it's more important to remember that sometimes it's okay to act like a kid.