If someone offered to pay you millions of dollars to endorse a product that isn’t healthy, would you do it? This is a question many celebrities have to answer, and they usually say "yes."
The date is 12-12-12. Numerologists around the world are rejoicing, leaving the rest of us scratching our heads.
Tonight, Madison Square Garden will be packed with some of the world's biggest music stars: Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney. But ticket proceed debates continue.
What better way to recap the year than by taking a look at the biggest Twitter stars of 2012?
PSY's presence at the "Christmas in Washington" concert in spite of controversy brings to light the strength, and complexity, of U.S.-ROK relations.
Axe's newest ad debuts the revolutionary "Morning After Pillow" for the man who wants to avoid post-coital cuddling: just more silliness and sexism from an ad campaign renowned for such.
Barbara Walters' annual compilation of interviews with the year's 10 most fascinating people will hit the air on Dec. 12. Walters honors Ben Affleck and Chris Christie; who did she miss?
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are certainly deserving of being the 'TIME Magazine' person of the year. But missing from the list of nominee were a whole lot of people who deserved a nod.