Britney Spears is taking a potentially lucrative career cue from Kim Kardashian by partnering with Glu Mobile Inc., the app game developers behind the wildly addictive Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
Jimmy Kimmel, along with a whole bunch of music stars, brought another round of the always entertaining “Mean Tweets” for Grammy week last night. The celebs reading the vitriol for the latest installment include Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Wiz Khalifa, Drake, Lady GaGa, Ariana Grande, Jason Aldean, Iggy Azalea, Josh Groban, Sam Smith, Jessie J, Blake Shelton and Ed Sheeran.
In throwback videos, young Ariana Grande does scary good impressions of Britney Spears, Shakira, Judy Garland — and a crying baby. No denying the girl has talent!
It’s been a decade since Britney Spears’ boyfriend Charlie Ebersol lost his then 14-year-old brother in a plane crash that claimed everyone on board except Charlie and his father, who he pulled from the wreckage. At the funeral NBA legend Bill Walton told him, “You now carry the responsibility of two lives,” at that sense of responsibility has been a source of inspiration for him.
Britney, is that you?
Pop princess Britney Spears is the cover model for the upcoming issue of Women’s Health, but instead of garnering attention for her “insane abs”, people are buzzing about Britney’s unrecognizable look.
Yes! It is time for Jimmy Kimmel’s 8th installment of the always hilarious “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.” The famous faces on the wrong end of some internet hatin’ this time around are Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Gerard Butler, Ty Burrell, Bob Newhart, Britney Spears, Geena Davis, Chris Pratt, Chloe Grace Moretz, Scott Foley, Michael Chiklis, Ted Danson, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow and Adam Sandler.
“Work B**ch” singer Britney Spears has confirmed the widely circulated reports that she is dating writer and producer Charlie Ebersol. See the interview she did with Jersey Shore’s Pauly D in which she verified the news and find out a few facts about, and social media links for, Britney’s new beau.
Sam Lutfi pens essay explaining that he only tries to help troubled stars like Amanda Bynes and Britney Spears
Sam Lutfi has been vilified since his association with Britney Spears when she was at her lowest, but he recently helped Amanda Bynes get back into treatment after a series of bizarre events. In a new essay Lutfi says Courtney Love encouraged him to write, he explains himself.