Actress Drew Barrymore loves hearts… and hopes you do, too.
In her new pictorial book “Find It In Everything,” Barrymore has handpicked a collection of photos of hearts found all over -- from accidental moments to sweet snaps. To put it in Drew's words, it's inspired by "the way that one continuous line accomplishes the most extraordinary thing -- it conveys love. It is a symbol of goodness."
Hilaria decided to jumpstart Raúl's weight loss regimen by showing him some of her yoga exercises.
Actress Cameron Diaz is done with Botox!The star, 41, has used the injections in the past, and wants fans to know why they should take steps to preserve their natural beauty, rather than go for the quick fix.
Martin also talked about his upcoming album and tour, and shared his excitement at the possibility of a Hillary Clinton presidential run in 2016.
The “Love Boat’s” Captain Stubing aka Gavin MacLeod is looking back at his life and revealing his darkest secrets in a shocking tell-all called “This Is Your Captain Speaking.”
“Extra’s” A.J. Calloway caught up with MacLeod in Times Square, where he opened up about a time when his life spun out of control. He was drinking too much and even attempted suicide.
Gigi also opened up about her divorce with ex-husband, and producer Brian Grazer.
Best-selling author, real estate expert and "Extra's" Mansions and Millionaires host Michael Corbett gives you some hot tips on the best ways to buy a home -- all from his new book, "Before You Buy!"
This week's tip:
A homebuyer's hidden expense is the cost of commuting. A three-bedroom home in the suburbs is nice, but the nightmare might be the hour-and-a-half drive to work! If you have the kind of job that puts you on the 9-to-5 work schedule, the whole commuting thing is an enormous factor in deciding where you are going to buy.
Best-selling author, real estate expert and "Extra's" Mansions and Millionaires host Michael Corbett gives the skinny on the best ways to buy a home in his new book "Before You Buy!"
"Now that we are near the bottom of the market, it's the perfect storm of buying opportunity -- great low prices, lots of choices, low interest rates," explains Corbett.
As one of his tips, Corbett says look for homes with a "battered history," such as:
--If the property has only just been listed and put on the market, the seller will likely still be hopeful of receiving a full-price offer. If it's been languishing on the market for three or more months, this listing is growing stale fast and the owners will very likely be ready to deal.