“I do feel entitled to have privacy about my daughter and my relationships,” said the actress, who is publicly single.
The actress demonstrated the game called “Tequila Slaps” that she and her “Dark Phoenix” co-stars liked to play and it’s … something.
“At the end of the day I really just want magic, princess fun time as a grown-up,” Audrey Moore told HuffPost.
The Democratic senator responded to a photo in which she appeared to be napping during President Donald Trump's Tuesday night address.
The “Bohemian Rhapsody” star also said his experience working with the director during the Oscar-nominated film “was not pleasant.”
Ryan Creamer posts wholesome, viral gems like, “I Encourage You As You Continue Searching for the Right Video to Cum to.”
“We know so much about this guy, and we know so little about the victims,” Billy Jensen said in response to resurgent interest in the serial killer.
The “Quantico” star is developing an adaptation of the Emmy-winning docu-series and will play Ma Anand Sheela, a top figure in the Rajneesh cult.
Cross Scott of Tucson, Arizona, didn’t have formal CPR training. But he recalled what Michael Scott did in the hit sitcom.
“The Good Place” star didn’t think it was appropriate to portray a deaf woman when opportunities for disabled actors are limited.
The “Mary Queen of Scots” star is sick of being asked when she’ll have a baby and makes a great point about the question in general.
The show’s writers recall getting “thousands and thousands” of emails about Fresh Step, a band they created for the show as a prank.