"I've dedicated this album to my grandmother, and I prayed over this album. I said, 'With this album, let families come back together again, because they're breaking up.'"
For International Cat Day, here's a look at your favorite celebrities who love felines. These cat ladies are cool, not crazy — except about their cats.
Planning a summer vacay and trying to figure out where to go? Everyone wants a little time away for some R&R, and even celebrities need a respite from the constant glare of the spotlight.
A look at some celebs' Easter encounters with the Creepy Easter Bunny. We’re talking about giant, dead-eyed, creepy Easter Bunnies.
Queen Bey dropped by the Beacon Theater in New York City to catch Mariah Carey‘s self-titled Christmas concert, “Mariah Carey: All I Want for Christmas Is You.”
On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Stephen got into the holiday spirit by looking at some holiday greeting cards. Stephen explained that writing greeting cards is a very difficult process, and the cards that everyone sees in stores are the final draft. So Stephen wanted to show the first draft of some of the cards, which was essentially the true meaning behind what was written in the final draft.
It was bread week on The Great American Baking Show, and everyone’s blood pressure was rising faster than the dough. Contestant Ashlyn Morgan pointed out that waiting for the dough to rise was more stressful than scrambling to get things done: “It’s weird, it’s the first challenge where we’re not scrambling the entire time.
The holidays are a time of giving, sharing and weeping like a newborn. Well, that’s the case if you watch any of these European commercials that each year vie to make people bawl in all of the 23 officially recognized languages of the EU. This year’s entry is a strong contender for winner of the No Cry Challenge.
On the holiday edition of Chopped Junior, the judges challenged their contestants with some interesting holiday fare, including a cornflake wreath and hot-dog stockings. Undaunted, Lily Babcock, Eli Schulman, Melody Nguyen, and Narell Hinds dazzled the judges. It came down to Eli and Melody, who had to work with “lumps of coal” (balls of smashed-up cookies), pretzel snowflakes, peppermint ice cream, and strawberries dressed up as holiday lights.
Enter, Lance Bass: boy-band icon, TV host, and Christmas enthusiast. The triple threat took to Instagram on Sunday to praise a fan for her charming and clever display featuring her Elf on the Shelf and the guys from NSYNC. #NSYNC,” the 37-year-old musician gushed.
You know the age-old question: If you could have dinner with anyone famous — dead or alive — who would it be? Well, we're answering that with Thanksgiving on the brain. Here are the eight celebrities (who are very much alive) we would most like to sit around the table with on Turkey Day.
Nowadays, celebrities from reality stars to Oscar-winning actors have their own product lines, and it’s getting tough to keep them straight. Allow Yahoo Celebrity to occasionally present you with some of the stranger ones.
Amanda Peet, star of the HBO series Togetherness, has a new picture book, Dear Santa, Love, Rachel Rosenstein, in time for the holidays. (Photo: Getty Images) Amanda Peet is waiting for her lice check. That is what’s happening when we reach the star of HBO’s Togetherness to discuss her new children’s book, Dear Santa, Love, Rachel Rosenstein, about a young Jewish girl who is desperate to celebrate Christmas. The mom of three tells us this not because she has to — she doesn’t; we would never know — but because, in addition to being a self-deprecating person, funny remarks just seem to sort of tumble out of her mouth.
The queen of Christmas — that would be Mariah (duh!) — has a new holiday-themed kid’s book. This week, the songstress/diva/mother of Lambs released All I Want for Christmas Is You, a pretty little picture book inspired by her hit song of the same name. The press release for the tome — a hip version of “Twelve Days of Christmas" featuring their children, Monroe and Moroccan — went out back in January 2014 with a quote about the then-couple being “so excited” about it. On the first page was a message from both of them about how they “had so much fun putting this book together” — as well as a Christmas card–worthy family photo of the adorable quartet.