Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr appears on the November cover of Cosmopolitan, talking about how it’s okay to be a girl sometimes, and shares her tips for feeling beautiful.
Speaking with “Black Swan” director Darren Aronofsky for the October issue of Interview magazine, Scarlett Johansson revealed her self-described "pretty low" SAT score from high school.
Aronofsky confessed later that his SAT score was 1,360. The “Don Jon” actress lamented, "You suck. Damn it... Now I feel like a big dummy with 1,080."
How does a Victoria’s Secret Angel spend her summer vacation?
Vogue magazine asked five Victoria’s Secret models to share their personal photographs of where they traveled this summer. The models obliged, including Erin Heatherton, who spent some time in Cape Cod, Doutzen Kroes, who visited Belgium and Ibiza (see below) and both Alessandra Ambrosio and Candice Swanepoel, who headed south to Brazil.
Singer Katy Perry recalls a time when Barbara Walters scolded her for being late to an interview.
In the latest issue of Billboard, the "Roar" singer, 28, looks back on the encounter, which happened to coincide with the demise of Perry's marriage to Russell Brand.
In the October issue of Playboy, outspoken Samuel L. Jackson talks about his frustration with President Barack Obama, and the overuse of the “N” word.
The actor said, “These 20-somethings can’t turn around and tell me the word nigger is f**ked-up in ‘Django’ yet still listen to Jay-Z or whoever else say ‘nigger, nigger, nigger’ throughout the music they listen to. You can’t have it one way and not the other. Saying Tarantino said ‘nigger’ too many times is like complaining they said ‘kike’ too many times in a movie about Nazis.”
Actress Lizzy Caplan’s “Party Down” uniform -- black pants, crisp white shirt and pink bowtie -- is only a distant memory these days, especially in view of her new GQ spread.
Estranged half-sisters Lindsay Lohan and Ashley Horn look a lot more alike these days after Ashley underwent plastic surgery to resemble her famous sibling.In Touch.
Actors Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are working hard on saving their 13-year marriage, even though they’re spending their shared September 25th birthday apart.told People.com, "They're not giving up.”
They haven’t spent much time together as of late. Zeta-Jones, 44, was in China at a promotional event over the weekend, while Douglas, 69, won an Emmy for his performance in the HBO Liberace biopic “Behind the Candelabra” on Sunday.