Now this is the story all about how/Our lives got flipped, turned upside down. And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there/I'll tell you what we learned about love from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air!
Director Abdellatif Kechiche's drama walked off with two trophies at this year's Cannes film festival: the Palme d'Or and a special award for its two lead actresses. Is it a film that shows the reality of lesbian life, love and coming out? Or does it turn lesbian sex into a porn show?
Lindsay Lohan is really trying to get her career back on track. Seriously. However, is starring in an indie film with an adult film star the best way to do it?
When a man offered a $65 million reward to any man willing to marry his lesbian daughter, who thought the headline-making story would be turned into a movie?
Although country singer Jewel and husband Ty Murray often keep to themselves, they recently opened up about their son, breastfeeding, and their new sing-a-long book! Could they be any cuter?
Wendy Williams tells us one celebrity couples she looks up to is the President and the First Lady! 'The Obamas are amazing. They have great teamwork and perseverance together.'
Kirstie Alley appears to have her weight loss under control now but recently made comments about wishing to be a size zero, even for a day. However, curves are in, and Kirstie could learn a lot from those who rock them!
Fall is my favorite season. And not just because pumpkin spice lattes are returning or because temperatures are dipping, but because it's that time of year when all of my favorite TV shows (and some new shows) are gracing my television.
Take one part "nice girl from Michigan," stir in a dash of San Francisco open-mindedness and sprinkle liberally with expert insights on sex, and you've got Emily Morse. Whether you've been married for years or you've just met a special someone, "sexpert" Emily is more than happy to advise in a fresh, funny, and non-judgmental way.
A couple years ago I attended a performance at one of those trendy yet underground clubs on the Lower East Side. Normally, I wouldn’t even be able to get into that place, but since my friend had recently started cocktail waitressing there, we were ushered past the long line and escorted to one of those exclusive tables that everyone outside would have killed at which to be seated.
Reality television has turned dating into a truly trashy affair. Singles who are "looking for love" on these programs are often just looking to ignite their 15 minutes of fame, feigning vulnerability and faking romance just for some camera time; it's enough to make you want to turn off the TV for good.
The latest reality dating show, 3, premieres tonight on CBS at 10/9c, but it's not your average, "find a man, get the ring" staged series. We chatted with host Alex Miranda (who happens to be a dear, close friend!) to get the full scoop on what sets this particular show apart from The Bachelorette and Miss Advised, and why he believes the search for love isn't that hard ... as long as you have the right approach.