Jessica Alba recently debuted a new hairdo both on social media and at the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer event this week.
The 32-year-old actress is a frequent Twitter and Facebook user who often clues fans in about her fashion and makeup choices. On Tuesday, the "Into the Blue" star opted for a layered and edgy haircut ahead of the Stand Up To Cancer event in Los Angeles.
Oprah Winfrey rang in her 60th birthday this week and is letting her fans in on her celebration with an emotional account of her life.
The television mogul was born on Jan. 29, 1954 in Kosciusko, Mississippi and rose to fame with her multi-award-winning show "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Today, Winfrey is known as one of the most influential women in the world. On her 60th birthday, Winfrey shared on her storied life and expressed her beliefs about God.
"I am in awe of the way my journey here on earth continues to unfold," Winfrey wrote in an open letter published in Oprah magazine, via The Huffington Post. "My life has been marked by miracles for as long as I can recall- and even before. (My entire existence is the result of a onetime frolic under an oak tree.) My early days speaking in a Mississippi Methodist church- Baptist leaning, shoutin', and Holy Ghost included- prepared me for a future of speaking in a public arena. I could never have imagined." more >>
Evelyn Lozada is revealing that she will give birth to a baby boy in March.
Lozada, the 38-year-old "Basketball Wives" star and entrepreneur, revealed she was praying for a baby boy 20 years after giving birth to her only other child, Shaniece.
"Surprisingly, I found out when I had my first trimester screening," Lozada told People magazine. "I was about 13 weeks when they told me the sex! I was honestly praying for a boy. I have wanted to have a son for years." more >>
Country music star Darius Rucker has voiced his continued support for the Robertson family after winning a Grammy on Sunday.
Rucker, who included members of "Duck Dynasty" in his "Wagon Wheel" music video last year — a performance that won him Best Country Solo Performance at this year's Grammys, said that he had no regrets about including the Christian family in his film.
World Wrestling Entertainment star Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka has been named a person of interest in the mysterious 1983 death of his mistress, Nancy Argentino, who died of traumatic brain injuries after Snuka found her unresponsive in their hotel room.
The case has gone unsolved for more than 30 years, and a grand jury is currently being convened to re-examine the evidence and hopefully bring closure to Argentino's family. Police suspected that Argentino was brutally murdered based upon evidence from the corner who wrote at the time of her death: "Upon viewing the body and speaking to the pathologist, I immediately suspected foul play and so notified the district attorney."
Charges were never brought against anyone in the case, but Snuka was the one to find her body in their hotel room. Argentino was reportedly still alive, according to the Morning Call, and gasping for breath. She also had yellow fluid oozing from her mouth and nose. Snuka called for help, but Argentino died early the next morning. more >>
The Disney Channel has featured a lesbian couple on kid's TV program "Good Luck Charlie," sparking controversy at what is the first same-sex couple to be featured on the family-focused network. Some have criticized the network for the move, saying it was inappropriate to bring such a political and divisive subject onto a children's TV program.
In the most recent episode of "Good Luck Charlie," which has played on the network since 2010, parents Bob (Eric Allen Kramer) and Amy (Leigh Allyn Baker) briefly argue about what the name of the mom of their daughter's friend is, while waiting for the girl and her parents to visit their home for a playdate.
But when Amy opens the door, she and her husband discover that they were both right because "Taylor has two moms," as Bob quips. more >>