2:32 pm, August 12th | by Colette McIntyre
Nate Nielsen, average-looking bro-dude and guy who bathed in 312 cans of Pepsi Max, we’re worried about you.
5:08 pm, August 8th | by Colette McIntyre
A Fan Fiction
3:45 pm, March 28th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #watwc, Emily McCombs defends Kim Kardashian and pregnant woman everywhere, what Mandy Moore’s cat is doing, Amanda Bynes is suing Perez Hilton, and more!
11:30 am, February 2nd | by Laura Donovan
The troubled actress reportedly got the boot for refusing to cut down on her weed habits.
11:30 am, November 2nd | by Laura Donovan
9:30 am, September 26th | by Laura Donovan
When it comes to the whole “women can’t be funny” debate, I lack the desire to cry sexism or get riled up. What does bother me, however, is that argument that women must always be unattractive to be successful comedians. Deadline writer Nikki Finke apparently subscribes to this notion, having penned a prickly response to “Modern Family” star Julie Bowen’s earning of the Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series Emmy award.
11:30 am, September 20th | by Laura Donovan
Amanda Bynes has been all over the news this year for being charged with a DUI and two counts of hit-and-run, but the “She’s the Man” star assures us that all is well, adding that she’s about to embark upon a new adventure on the east coast.
12:30 pm, September 18th | by Sarah Devlin
It’s unfortunately nothing new to see a once heavily managed and media trained star self-destruct, especially if that star is a woman. What is it about our culture that makes it so difficult for young female stars to keep it together — a lack of support? Scrutiny that their male counterparts are able to avoid? We’ve seen it with Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears, Demi Lovato and now Amanda Bynes. Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake, Zac Efron, Justin Bieber and all of the Jonas brothers have made it into young adulthood with their sanity seemingly intact. Hopefully the difficulty Bynes is having now gets resolved, but even if it doesn’t she’s had an amazing career, and much of it before the age of 20. Take a look.
12:00 pm, June 6th | by Laura Donovan
I may not be famous, but I know one could do a lot worse than lead the life of a celebrity. Rolling in money, attending high profile parties, and having months and months of rest all sound appealing, but there are definite downsides to the spotlight.