Kristen Bell is on the hit sci-fi show Heroes where Kristen gets show off her action skills. Kristen Bell was in Forgetting Sarah Marshall on the big screen. Pictures of Kristen Bell as movie premieres and Heroes at Gossip Center.
We are happy to announce our participation in the No Kids movement on GossipCenter Network. Our team always strives to uphold high standards through reporting and we take it one step further by not publishing images of children without parental consent.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard started this movement after Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry testified before the California State Assembly Judiciary Committee on Public Safety to enforce stricter paparazzi laws for the protection of public figures’ children.
She’s a busy lady as of late, and Kristen Bell gave her fans quite the thrill as she arrived at ABC Studios in Times Square on Monday (March 10).
The “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” babe kicked off her time on “Good Morning America” by answering a fan-submitted question- “I want to know if you could have dinner with three people, who would it be? Alive or dead?”
Excited to bring the movie to fans who helped make it possible, Kristen Bell attended the premiere of "Veronica Mars" at the 2014 SXSW Music, Film & Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas on Saturday (March 8).
The "House of Lies" star looked adorable in a multicolored short-sleeved dress with a black skirt as she posed for pics for the flick funded by KickStarter.
They’ve always been critical of the celebrity photography industry, and Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard went toe-to-toe with two representatives from the paparazzi realm.
During a debate on “Access Hollywood,” the “Veronica Mars” starlet and her “Without a Paddle” husband faced off against Steve Ginsburg and Christian Zimmerman from AKM/GSI and things got pretty heated.
Teaming up for a great cause, Josh Duhamel and Kristen Bell are featured in the inaugural episodes of “Rescue Waggin’: Tales From The Road.”
The brand new web series from PetSmart Charities is hosted and produced by the “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” actor, who seeks to “tell the real stories of homeless dogs as they travel from overcrowded shelters, where they are likely to be euthanized, to shelters where they have a better chance of being adopted.”