Spooky sisters Vera Farmiga and Taissa Farmiga star in Bates Motel and American Horror Story, respectively. Despite their 21-year age difference, the sisters often talk about their close bond.
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New Bravolebrity Cameran Eubanks was an MTV star back in the early 2000s with appearances on The Real World: San Diego and two competition shows. See pictures and get the details on her MTV days…
The origins of cult classic The Room‘s director, writer and star Tommy Wiseau was one of the biggest mysteries in pop culture. For someone who desired so deeply to be famous, he was extremely cagey about where he was born and where his seemingly vast amount of wealth came from. Last fall his friend and co-star Greg Sestero unearthed a great deal of information about Mr. Wiseau with the help of journalist Tom Bissell in a rollicking book called The Disaster Artist, and a sleuthing Redditor was able to piece together a little more of the puzzle.
During the first episode of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills‘ Dorothy Wang casually introduced her long-time friend EJ Johnson, the son of basketball legend Magic Johnson. Find out more about EJ, including where his relationship with Magic stands today…
Tonight is the world premiere of Lifetime’s much-anticipated movie Lizzie Borden Took An Ax inspired by the world’s most infamous female ax murderer and starring Christina Ricci in the title role. Despite her infamy, however, Lizzie Borden was actually acquitted of the brutal slaying of her father and stepmother after her headline-grabbing trial in 1893. Even so, many still believe she did the dirty deed. Keep reading for info about the murders and the trial and decide for yourself if Lizzie deserves her infamously gothic nursery rhyme:
Lizzie Borden took an ax
And gave her mother forty whacks.
When she saw what she had done,
She gave her father forty-one.
Law and Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay’s mom, Jayne Mansfield, was known as the “Working Man’s Monroe” in the 1950s and was behind “wardrobe malfunctions” that would put today’s starlets to shame…
When I tuned in to the premiere of #RichKids of Beverly Hills I was expecting to be shocked by over-the-top lavishness and wealth — I was not expecting to be shocked to find out I was completely ignorant of the fact that gay and/or bisexual men are not allowed to give blood in the United States! In addition, there are also restrictions placed on women who have had sex with a gay and/or bisexual man. Keep reading to find out more about the FDA ban, which was put in place in the 1980s and has since come under fire by many medical institutions as well as the Red Cross.
This Saturday Flowers in the Attic is getting an updated movie adaptation thanks to Lifetime. The story is so compelling and strange that it seems like it could only be inspired by real life. Is it based on a true story?
American Horror: Coven features a paranormal being based the Axeman of New Orleans. The Real Axeman’s identity is still unknown, but he murdered at least eight people from May 1918 to October 1919, usually using their own axes.
20 years ago, on January 6, 1994, ice skater Nancy Kerrigan was clubbed in the knee, resulting in an injury that took her out of the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Detroit, and ballooned into a massive scandal. As more details of the mysterious attack came to light, fellow skater Tonya Harding’s ex-husband Jeff Gillooly was found to have arranged for some men to break Kerrigan’s leg to take her out of the competition.
ESPN’s documentary film series 30 for 30 is devoting an episode, titled “The Price of Gold,” to catching up with Tonya Harding, and how the event has changed her life.