On Thursday night, actor Liam Neeson appeared at Philadelphia’s Prince Music Theater to introduce a 20th anniversary screening of Steven Spielberg‘s acclaimed Holocaust drama “Schindler’s List.” The event, which benefited the USC Shoah Foundation — a Spielberg-founded organization that preserves more than 52,000 eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust — included a special message from the director […]
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A new song by Norwegian music duo Ylvis poignantly raises a question that has plagued scholars for centuries: “What does the fox say?”
“That ’70s Show” star Lisa Robin Kelly died Wednesday night at age 43, according to TMZ. The actress, who played Topher Grace’s older sister on the hit Fox sitcom, reportedly died at a California rehab facility, which she voluntarily checked into earlier this week. Kelly was reportedly battling an ongoing alcohol addiction, but fell off the […]
World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Darren Young, best known as one half of the tag team The Prime Time Players, has come out as a gay man.
Known as “the nun who kissed Elvis,” Dolores Hart was a rising Hollywood starlet in the 1950s, but gave it all up at the age of 24 to live a cloistered life as a nun.
Carly Rae Jepsen joins a long list of baseball blunderers after throwing out the first “pitch” at last night’s Tampa Bay Rays game. Watch six bad pitches after the jump.
Featured on the cover of InStyle’s July issue, Salma Hayek opens up about dressing for her husband and aging. She also shares her best advice for women. Editor’s Note: The following is excerpted from the Salma Hayek cover story, “She’s Only Just Begun” by Mike Sager, which originally appears in InStyle’s July 2013 issue. […]
Update: TMZ reports that Paris Jackson left a suicide note before cutting her right forearm with a “meat cleaver” and taking a large number of Motrin pills. The gossip site claims that a suicide hotline operator is responsible for reporting Jackson’s alleged attempt to 911, and potentially saving her life, after the teen called the number. Paris was […]
Henry Winkler reveals the music superstar who invited him roller skating, his fascinating piece of “Happy Days” memorabilia and the “most amazing surprise” of his life.
A man photographed while relaxing on the sidewalk in 1939 Harlem bears a striking resemblance to popular rapper Jay-Z. Where did the photo come from?