Actor Kevin Spacey is clearly a pro at the photobomb! The “House of Cards” star delighted and shocked a tourist in Boston when he joined her for a shot of the George Washington statue.
Check out Nicole Richie’s new AOL web series #CandidlyNicole! In the premiere episode, cameras follow the former wild child to Dr. Tattoff, where she debates having her “tramp stamp” aka “butt crack cross” removed.
#CandidlyNicole is a new series based on the fashionista’s Twitter feed as she muses about life, parenting and apparently her tats. Telepictures Productions and World of Wonder produce the show with executive producers Nicole Richie and Michael Baum. New episodes will debut weekly.
Reality star Kristin Cavallari is all about family these days. Despite acting offers, she plans to stay put in Chicago with fiancé Jay Cutler and baby Camden Jack.Coco Eco magazine’s April/May issue. “The sacrifices we make for love…”
Emmy-winning journalist Maria Shriver is getting her old job back… well, sort of. The former first lady of California will return to NBC News as a special anchor reporting on “shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life.”
The first openly gay player in the four major US pro sports leagues, Jason Collins, says he's the “happiest I’ve ever been in my life” after coming out on the Sports Illustrated website on Monday.
In an exclusive interview with ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos, the NBA star spoke about the news for the first time, saying, "I think, I know, in my personal life, I'm ready and I think the country is ready for supporting an openly gay basketball player.”
Supermodel Cindy Crawford put daughter Kaia Gerber’s modeling career on hold last year, but it seems she’s not opposed to the 11-year-old pursuing acting.
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Actress Kate Hudson was in for a surprise last week when her fiancé, Matthew Bellamy, and A-list friends decided to celebrate her 34th birthday with a surprise party in NYC.Us Weekly, "Kate was totally surprised. The party started outside, but it was freezing, so people moved inside and danced."