In a bid for family solidarity, British parents Tanya and Adam Phillips got tattoos on their legs to match the strawberry birthmark their 18-month daughter Honey-Rea has.
Khloe Kardashian showed off her impressively toned tummy on Instagram and explained why she’s so proud of the “baby abs” — as anyone would be! Khloe also reflected on her fitness journey.
Nevada assemblywoman Michele Fiore had some of her peers scratching their heads this week when she stated, as a matter of fact, that cancer is a fungus that can be treated with salt water and baking soda.
For the first time since her dad’s death in August, Zelda Williams spoke out today about what she hopes people can learn from the tragedy, how she wants people to remember her dad and how she’s doing… And it’s very apparent the 25-year-old got much of her dad’s insight.
Bobbi Kristina’s doctors will take her out of a medically induced coma in the coming days, which should give them a family members a better sense of the young woman’s condition. She will remain on life support.
Hollywood man Adam Guerra is so obsessed with The Material Girl that he’s spent a small fortune in an effort to “look just like her.” See what he’s had done, what he looks like normally and how it’s causing problems in his personal life…
Honey Boo Boo and her family may or may not be coming back to reality TV, but in the meantime, The Doctors are putting them on a diet that focuses on weight loss and general health. Gone are the days of Sketti.
On the heels of the success of TLC’s My 600 lb. Life, the network’s been retiring a 2007 documentary series My Weight is Killing Me (It previously aired under the title Big Medicine.) The show features a bariatric father-son team as they intervene on morbidly obese patients.
The screenwriter shocked millions of viewers with an amazing acceptance speech in which he both acknowledged a past suicide attempt and encouraged any alienated viewers to “stay weird.” The native Chicagoan is no stranger to failure–he’s a Hollywood writer, after all–but has managed to persist, and carve out an enviable career in the process.