It looks like the combination of Xenadrine supplements and the Donkey Booty Workout are doing wonders for The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Phaedra Parks!
Bringing Up Bates’ Erin Paine and Chad Paine revealed she is far enough along in a pregnancy for them to announce they are expecting. The parents-to-be were devastated in 2014 when Erin suffered a miscarriage.
Kristin Cavallari admitted something that few of her peers would ever dream of saying — she’s too thin! The former Hills star said she’s actively trying to gain some weight and muscle.
Almost three years ago Robert Gibbs set out a plea for help via YouTube on the eve of her 23rd birthday. At nearly 800 lbs., he called out for anyone and everyone to help him get healthy and save his life. He got a major response and was able to lose over 300 pounds fairly quickly with the amount of help and support he received. In an update posted January 21, however, Robert revealed that he has gained all the weight back and is now bedridden.
Meet Buck and Michelle Miller, professional bodybuilders from Las Vegas who describe themselves as the world’s best-looking couple… But it doesn’t come easy or cheap! The Millers spend $75,000 per year to maintain their looks.
Justin Jedlica, who is better known as the Human Ken Doll, recently continued his mission to be “100% plastic” by doing a controversial plastic surgery procedure. Justin said he was turned down by a number of surgeons, including Botched‘s doctors.
Briana DeJesus was hospitalized for three days after coming down with a mysterious illness. She shed some light on her situation and thanked her boyfriend yesterday…
An Arizona woman named Erica Morales died from complications after giving birth to her quadruplets — before she got to hold the babies. Family friends are speaking out about the tragedy and how the new dad is coping.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ Yolanda Foster revealed she hasn’t blogged much about the current season because her battle with Lyme disease has stripped her ability to read and write.
The Little Baby Face Foundation, a NYC nonprofit, is offering a controversial service: free plastic surgery for low-income teens with facial deformities. NBC’s Dateline followed the story of four of these teens, including 15-year-old Renata, a young girl who used to compete in beauty pageants, but has been homeschooled for three years because of the torment she received in school.