Another eligible Hollywood bachelor bit the dust this weekend! George Clooney married human rights lawyers Amal Alamuddin on Saturday in an intimate ceremony held at the Aman Canal Grande hotel in Venice, Italy, in front of 100 of the couple's closest family and friends. Then to make things really official, the couple wed in a civil ceremony held in Venice this afternoon. Wow, I guess that means George Clooney is officially a married man, which then begs the question: now that he's gone, who'll take over his title as Hollywood's most eligible bachelor?
Where do you stand on the whole celebrity PDA, public displays of affection? Do you think it's cute or does it gross you out? I'm fine with it as long as there is no visible tongue or other get-a-room kind of naughtiness going on. I mean, love is love and sometimes you just want to show the person you love that you love them and you don't care who's looking right? Celebrities are just like the rest of us only when they out and about, someone is always going to be looking and quite possibly taking pictures.
Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa are kaput. Dunzo. Over!
The model and former video girl filed for divorce from her husband of one year Monday, shocking just about anyone and everyone who has followed her romance with the rapper.
Amber cited irreconcilable differences for the reason behind the divorce, but that doesn't seem to make sense--at least not from the outside looking in. To her fans, everything seemed hunky dory up until now.
Alicia Keys is the latest celeb to have a nude photo of herself floating around the interwebs, but it's not for the reason you think!
The "Girl on Fire" singer is not one of the latest victims of the ongoing celebrity nude photo scandal. At least, not as far as I know. No, she released the nude pic herself on Saturday, in an effort to "get people's attention," and "make the world a better place" as part of her new We Are Here social movement.Continue Reading >
Does Rob Kardashian really have a love child? Ay, Adrienne Bailon is probably somewhere rolling her eyes. Let's back up. The 27-year-old reality television star recently tweeted that he was picking up his son from the airport, but later deleted the post. Either Rob Kardashian is toying with us or he really has a baby mama and secret love child out there. Let's break the clues down…
Today Rosie Perez joins "The View" as the first Latina co-host in the show's 17 year history! Here's five reasons why you should be watching (and cheering proudly) as Rosie makes television history, pa'que tu lo sepas!
Jay Z and Beyonce are fueling pregnancy rumors! Jay Z recently dropped a hint that the pop diva is pregnant with baby number two, which would be the perfect way to get all those pesky divorce rumors to go away.
Either way, this power couple always seems to keep us talking! The infamous elevator incident between the Jay and started opened a flood gate of rumors earlier this summer, but his recent word play is even more telling…
Oh baby! The Talk's co-host Sara Gilbert is pregnant! The 39-year-old former child star is expecting her first child with her wife, roquera producer-songwriter Linda Perry. The newlyweds got hitched back in March. Gilbert confirmed the family addition on-air and couldn't help but gush about her pregnancy. Congrats to the lovely couple!
Hayden Panettiere may be the latest celeb to announce her pregnancy on the red carpet, but Latina celebs were picking up on the trend way before the Nashville star came along. We bet that these stars find it difficult to keep the exciting baby bump news a secret, which causes them to spill the pregnancy details to the entire world! We aren't complaining, on the contrary, it seems really cute that celebs announce their baby news by skipping the traditional press release or social media post.
Por fin! The View is finally adding a Latina to their cast, and I couldn't be happier with the mujer they chose to represent our unique points of view.
Our girl Rosie Perez will join the popular morning show starting September 15, ABC confirms. The 49-year-old Do the Right Thing actress and author will become the first-ever Latina to join the ensemble cast in the show's 18 season history. It's about time. Though the show was originally intended to represent diverse women "from different walks of life," the network has consistently failed to cast a Latina co-host. Well, until now.