Robert Pattinson hates people, loves dogs:
“He wept like a baby at ‘Marley &Me’. “I was so surprised that I was devastated. It was awful. I never want to see it again. I can’t take it. I hate people but I love dogs.”
Angelina Jolie’s kids Pax and Zahara have also been cast in Maleficent, the movie in which Angie stars. Vivienne Jolie-Pitt was confirmed to be in the movie two months ago.
The guy who does Britney Spears’s eyebrows has responded to all of the people making fun of them.
Jennifer Aniston said that “smiling keeps me skinny.”
JC Chasez attended his brother’s wedding over the weekend, not Justin’s, so at this point you should realize that N Sync is not going to get back together.
Natalie Portman’s Dior ad for mascara has been banned now that L’Oreal complained about it.
Happy birthday, Ryan Reynolds, here are some photos in which you look hot.
Jennifer Lopez had yet another nip slip.
Melissa Joan Hart showed off her baby in Us Weekly.
Misha Collins named his baby Maison Marie.
Bobbi Kristina Brown says that she is “doing better than I ever thought I would.”
People from reality show Big Rich Texas dressed up as reality tv’s Honey Boo Boo for Halloween.
Brandi Glanville: “I don’t date” but “I make out with everyone.” Okay.
Kristin Cavallari shared a baby photo.
Leeza Gibbons has a crazy person stalking her.
Holland Roden of Teen Wolf is being sued by his ex-managers seeking money.
Eric Stonestreet had the Boston Gay Men’s chorus to sing a Katy Perry song to Jesse Tyler Ferguson for his birthday.
Today’s instant classic of a TMZ headline: Jerry Sandusky — Feasting on Wieners Behind Bars.
- A newly unearthed Homeland Security report contradicts Donald Trump's travel ban, saying country of origin is not a reliable indicator of terrorism.
- The White House blocked several media outlets it's been critical of, including BuzzFeed, from a closed-door briefing by press secretary Sean Spicer.
- Hillary Clinton returned to the public arena in one of her first political appearances since the election, urging Democrats to "keep fighting."
- The White House strongly denies reports that Chief of Staff Reince Priebus urged the FBI to undermine stories linking Trump to Russia.