It's been a big week for 26-year-old superstar Katy Perry. The ultimate California girl landed an impressive nine nominations for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, crushing fellow pop princesses Lady Gaga and Britney Spears. The fashion-forward diva and the old-school former teeny-bopper nabbed only three and two nominations respectively. Perry leads the pack in all of the major categories, including Video of the Year and Best Pop Video.
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As The Daily Caller was first to report, Rep. Michele Bachmann frequently suffers from severe migraine headaches. The Republican presidential hopeful has resorted to heavy medication to ease the throbbing pain, but in extreme cases the relentless headaches have forced her to seek hospital treatment, and even caused her to miss a public engagement.
It's been quite a month for Emma Watson. After growing up in front of the world playing the loveable Hermione in the "Harry Potter" franchise, the 21-year-old star bid a bittersweet farewell to the series she's starred in since 2001.
From "Sin City" to "Seven Pounds," Rosario Dawson has made a habit of playing dramatic roles throughout her career. But this summer the 32-year-old beauty gave her comedic chops a chance to shine in "Zookeeper," which hit theaters last week. Dawson told CBS she connected with the script immediately, and decided to break out of her comfort zone and give comedy a shot.
In celebration of her 31st birthday on July 20, supermodel Gisele Bündchen is releasing a series of private family photos on her Facebook page. The first photo, a baby picture of her and her twin sister Patricia on their first birthday, proves Gisele was destined to walk the runway since before she could walk at all.
Infamous Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen has found a new sitcom to call home. The former "Two and a Half Men" star announced today that he will return to the small screen in "Anger Management," a sitcom based on the 2003 hit movie of the same name.
Kristin Cavallari, 'The Hills' star turned fashionista, strutted her stuff on the Diesel runway in a cobalt blue glass bikini Thursday to commence Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami. The stunning starlet cited daily treadmill workouts and cutting out alcohol as the secret behind her runway-ready bod. Despite her supermodel physique, Cavallari told People magazine that she was nervous about wearing the scandalous swimwear on the runway.
Nominees for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced today in Hollywood.
Mila Kunis may have posed in her underwear on the cover of this month's GQ magazine, but she wants people to know that she's more than just a pretty face. The "Friends with Benefits" star opened up to the mag about her struggle to be both a sex symbol and a legitimate comedic actress in Hollywood.
Cult cosmetics brand Illamasqua, which boasts big-name clients such as Courtney Love and Lilly Allen, has teamed up with London funeral directors Leverton & Sons to offer professional cosmetic alterations to those who wish to improve their look after death, Fox News reports.
One of the most endearing aspects of the "Harry Potter" franchise has been the opportunity for viewers to watch their beloved characters grow up, both on and off screen.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger said he'd be back, he meant it. Amidst his highly publicized sex scandal and subsequent split from Maria Shriver, his wife of 25 years, Schwarzenegger has decided to return to the big screen.
Hollywood A-listers walked the red carpet with Prince William and Catherine Saturday night at The BAFTA Brits to Watch 2011 Gala.
Taylor Momsen is only 17-years-old, but she's had more scandals and controversies than most veteran rockstars. The actress-turned-singer is embracing her teenage angst years, and raising eyebrows around the world in the process.
James Franco finally defends his infamous Academy Awards hosting gig, among other things, in the latest issue of Playboy.
The current cast of the hit Fox series "Glee," including breakout superstar Lea Michele, will be replaced in 2012 prior to the show's fourth season. The Emmy-winning show's creator, Ryan Murphy, said he made the decision to bring in a new class of characters in order to follow the natural progression of the plot.
Jim, Pam, Dwight, and the rest of Dunder Mifflin are getting a new CEO this season. NBC announced Wednesday that actor James Spader will join the cast of "The Office," replacing Kathy Bates as the CEO of the fictional paper company.
While it's true that men still earn more than women in Hollywood, according to Forbes' list of this year's highest-paid actresses, female celebs aren't exactly scrounging for change.
Whether it's itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, or embellished with yellow polka dots; the bikini has come a long way over the past six and a half decades.