Before Elizabeth Hurley attended the Four Weddings and a Funeral movie premiere with Hugh Grant in 1994, she was pretty much unknown. Courtney Love wore this semi-shredded dress by John Galliano to the 2000 Golden Globes. Lopez wore a version of this dress again in a 2020 fashion show for Versace, and she looked just as stunning as she did 20 years ago.
You won't forget these tattoos for as long as these celebs have them! In 2011, the Atlanta rapper debuted his newest and most notable ink - a triple scoop ice cream cone emblazoned with the word “brrr” on his right cheek. The American stuntman and entertainer has collected about as many absurd tattoos as he has endured injuries throughout filming the Jackass franchise.
Take a look at actors hanging out with the very real people they portrayed in movies and on television.
The capitalism satire won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival.
Graham Norton just revealed the wildest celebrity rider demand he's had on his show—and it involves 10 dressing rooms.
Reese Witherspoon, John Legend, Bruno Mars, Rihanna—it's as if these celebrities were destined to make it big in Hollywood from the moment their parents signed their birth certificate. Instead, they paved their own ways, often adopting a stage name to help open doors. Most probably know by now that the illustrious Marilyn Monroe grew up being called Norma Jeane (she was born to the last name Mortenson, baptized as Baker, and later married into Dougherty).
Hola! reported that Marc Anthony and Nadia Ferreira exchanged vows at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami, Florida, on Saturday.
Ramsay once ate an In-N-Out double cheeseburger and loved it so much that he got a second one to take away.
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Chop, chop: The discount on this 15-piece kitchen set is sure to expire soon.