Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley are no longer in the reality television show business.
The 35-year-old twin actresses starred in the Style Network television series for before the network was dismantled last year. While some of the network's shows were moved to other channels, the Mowry twins recently revealed that the series about their sisterhood, families and careers would not return for a fourth season.
"The sis and I will not be doing a season 4 of Tia and Tamera. We are choosing to be with our families behind the cameras," Mowry-Housely tweeted to fans. "Thanks for being awesome fans of the show." more >>
Kim Kardashian recently attended an Adidas meeting with her fiance Kanye West while allegedly wearing Nike apparel, according to reports.
West, the 36-year-old rap mogul, spoke about his deal with Adidas before the brand publicly made the partnership official at the close of last year. While attending a meeting with his reality television star future wife Kardashian, 33, she appeared to be wearing Nike leggings, according to Wet Paint reports.
West previously slammed Nike CEO Mark Parker in the Madison Square Garden stop of his "Yeezus" tour. more >>
Daniela Ruah of "NCIS" and her fiancé David Olsen have welcomed their first child on Monday, Dec. 30th.
Overjoyed with their baby boy, Ruah and her husband shared the news with a statement.
Kaley Cuoco stepped out with her brand new husband Ryan Sweeting and debuted her enormous diamond wedding band over the weekend.
The newlywed pair tied the knot on New Year's Eve during a lavish wedding that included the actress' pink wedding gown and an upside-down chandelier cake at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch outside Los Angeles.
Just days later, Cuoco and Sweeting sat courtside at the Jan. 3 basketball match between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Utah Jazz. more >>
Drugs, profanity, nudity, sex, and crass humor permeate the new film "The Wolf of Wall Street." While many Hollywood films, like "American Hustle" or "Don Jon," use profanity and even nudity to present a good lesson, "The Wolf of Wall Street" has no such redeeming quality.
"My name is Jordan Belfort," says the main character (Leonardo DiCaprio) as the film opens. "The year I turned 26, I made 49 million dollars, which really p*ssed me off because it was three shy of a million a week."
Belfort makes his fortune – and gets chronically addicted to sex and drugs – trading on the stock market. Mark Hanna (Matthew McConaughey) trains him to use alcohol, various drugs, and masturbation to become a fantastic salesman of stocks. "How the f*ck else do you do this job? Cocaine and hookers, man," Hanna tells Belfort, explaining how each drug helps him relax and focus. more >>
Taking hits from a series of controversies since mid-December, Alan Robertson says the "Duck Dynasty" family isn't going to back down from defending their biblical principles and, if anything, they plan to be even more bold than before.
With the barrage of media sound bites day after day, Robertson told The Christian Post late Thursday that, in this day and age, it's the way things go. "You get into the news cycles," he explained, "it's just the nature of the way things go once there's blood in the water, so to speak."
Last month, after A&E announced that Phil, the senior duck commander, was suspended indefinitely due to pressure from LGBT activist groups, such as GLAAD, for comments he made about homosexuality and sin, the family stood together and announced that they were unwilling to continue the mega hit reality TV show without the family's patriarch. Nine days later, the cable network announced that Phil was back on, with season five set to air on Jan. 15, and taping for the sixth season to get underway. more >>