Never one to mince her words, Kim Kardashian wrote a brutally honest blog post about her disdain for having a bun in her oven.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star basically complained about all of the inconveniences and discomforts that come with being pregnant, though she seemed to forget that she and husband Kanye West had been trying and trying to get her knocked up.
As a beautiful and talented actress, Ashley Judd has done well for herself in the film industry, however her fame hasn’t been without its drawbacks.
In Variety’s new Power of Women issue, the “Divergent” dame shared, “I was sexually harassed by one of our industry’s most famous, admired-slash-rivaled bosses.” She added that the incident occurred back in 1997 when she was filming “Kiss the Girls.”
We all loved reading about Edward Cullen and Jacob Black as they fought over Bella Swan in the original “Twilight” novel, and now author Stephenie Meyer is changing up the genders of the main characters for a whole new spin on the popular narrative.
Meyer’s new cast includes Edythe, Julie and Beau and it’s all included in the 10th Anniversary Edition’s bonus 400-page story “Live and Death: Twilight Reimagined.”
Her new movie “Our Brand is Crisis” hits theaters October 30th and Sandra Bullock just landed on the front page of the November 2015 issue of Glamour magazine.
The “Speed” actress actually got the male lead changed to a female for the flick, proving that you can’t keep a good woman down- “I did as my mother did: I put my blinders on and blazed forward. Sometimes you get a no. But I expect the no. I don’t expect the yes. With this I got very nervous. I didn’t know if [producer] George [Clooney] had made this for himself. But the response was ‘We’re cool with it.’ And then the role—I mean, it was so beautifully written for a man. It wasn’t one of those things where you go, ‘Hmm, how do we change it to a woman?’ You just change the sex; that was pretty much it. She’s human. She deals with addiction; she deals with mental illness. She’s brilliant at what she does, and she gets lost in the fact that all she cares about is a win. You look at our world—and back to my son: How do you raise a child to not make it all about the win when all we see in our world is people saying, ‘In order to have success, you have to win’?”
It’s no secret that her lyrics are chock full of drama, and Taylor Swift's hit songs became the script for “The Bold and the Lyrical” on “The Late Late Show” last night (October 6).
James Corden began facing off against Julianne Moore in a lover’s quarrel that saw Corden blurt out, “Look, we’re young and we’re reckless,” before Moore fired back, “I knew you were trouble when you walked in!”