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  • Who is Matt Lauer married to? We look at his personal life amid his firing by NBC for alleged sexual misconduct

    The morning show host has been married to his second wife, Annette Roque Lauer, since 1998, but it hasn't always been smooth sailing.

  • The 'Menendez Murders' wigs were more high maintenance than its stars

    Contrary to popular belief, the process is not as simple as ordering a stock wig and slipping it on and off of an actor's head in between "action" and "cut."

  • Jenna Dewan Tatum Says, ‘There’s Nothing Better Than a Little Boy In a Dance Class’

    Jenna Dewan Tatum is a mom who loves dancing, if she had a son would she let him dance? See what she has to say.

  • Derek Hough Says Jennifer Lopez Is the ‘Benjamin Button of Human Beings’

    Derek Hough talks 'World of Dance' and what it was like working with Jennifer Lopez.

  • Jenna Dewan Tatum Would Give This Beauty Advice to Her Daughter

    Jenna Dewan Tatum shares her beauty and style advice she would also give her daughter.

  • Megan Mullally’s Revealing New Album Cover ‘Saved a Lot Of Money on Wardrobe’

    You know Megan Mullally as vodka-swilling layabout Karen Walker on Will & Grace, the NBC sitcom that’s returning for a limited season in 2017-18. The duo’s first single, “Please Mr. Jailer,” was just released, with a video directed by Mullally. Yahoo Style: I love the album cover.

  • Jennifer Lopez and Jenna Dewan Tatum Match In White Hot Looks

    Talented performers Derek Hough, Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo, and Jenna Dewan Tatum came together for a photo op for their new NBC show World of Dance on Wednesday in Los Angeles, Calif. While Hough and Ne-Yo pulled off on-trend looks, Lopez and Dewan Tatum also cut stylish figures in white ensembles — albeit the black accents on Dewan Tatum’s dress. For the appearance, Lopez opted for a snug white Céline turtleneck that she paired with a layered J.W.Anderson mini skirt and Casedai pumps, while her 36-year-old co-star went with a sleeveless white midi dress that featured black embellishments and a high slit.

  • Why Was Lane Bryant’s New Ad Banned by Network Television?

    “This body is made for being bold, powerful, and sexy,” model Ashley Graham says in the latest commercial for Lane Bryant’s #ThisBody campaign. But, apparently, certain major television networks aren’t of the belief that #ThisBody was even made to be seen. 

  • 'Today' & QVC Are Going to Make Your Fashion Invention Dreams Come True

    Along with QVC, the long-running NBC morning show is introducing “Today’s Next Big Thing”—an opportunity for one lucky and talented entrepreneur to win a spot on QVC and sell his or her product to the masses. Selling via QVC, which reaches 100 million households in the U.S. and 340 million globally, has some major advantages over brick-and-mortars and online e-tailers. “QVC customers are very dedicated because of the quality and the variety—and you reach so many people at once,” explains Martin.

  • The Impact of Rachel Green's Ever-Changing Hair

    Jennifer Aniston may have the most famous head of hair in Hollywood, but if you think about it the iconic haircut actually belonged to Rachel Green, her character on “Friends.” When the TV show about six pals living in Manhattan debuted on NBC in 1994, no one could have suspected it would become one of the most popular sitcoms of all time—or that Rachel Green’s evolving haircuts would become the most requested styles in salons. Now with all 10 seasons of “Friends” coming to Netflix on January 1, we can once again relive the show and the enviable hairstyles in chronological order. (Not that we don’t love syndication, but when Rachel has a bob one episode and long layers in the next it’s just distracting.) Here’s a timeline of the character’s best looks over the years.