Jimmy Fallon, host of NBC's "Late Night," is known for his theatrics. The comedian has managed to team up with some really well-known celebrities to pull off hilarious parodies. Remember when he danced with Michelle Obama and rapped with Justin Timberlake (via TV Guide)? What about the time he hosted the Golden Globes Awards or snapped selfies with singer Ariana Grande for Instagram?
Susan Boyle became a household name after singing "I Dreamed a Dream" on the "Britain's Got Talent" stage in 2009. Remember her first audition? She was a firecracker from the start.
Finding the best products to keep your face breakout-, shine-, and wrinkle-free (I'm still looking for the miracle cure for crow's feet) is a commitment. Reading users' reviews and lists of ingredients, along with saving up for that device or magic elixir, takes so much time. That's why many of us immediately purchased a version of the Clarisonic several years ago after hearing others rave about the system that boasts improving skin texture and tone, and minimizing pores, per Skin Spirit.
Heath Freeman, the actor best known for his role as Howard Epps in "Bones" has died at the age of 41, according to Fox News. The actor and director's death was confirmed by People and Freeman's manager Joe S. Montifiore on Nov. 15, 2021. A cause of death was not made available at press time.
There have been many "Dancing With the Stars" professionals who have managed to shimmy their way into the viewer's hearts over the years.
LA Lakers superstar LeBron James is having a tough season. The producer, actor and ball player missed several games this season due to injuries and a suspension, per the Los Angeles Times. Specifically, this season, the "Space Jam: A New Legacy" actor had to sit on the bench for 11 games due to an ankle injury and a one-game suspension for "recklessly hitting" Isaiah Stewart of the Detroit Pistons. Stewart was issued a two-game suspension for his part in the altercation, according to NBA Spor...
When you think of ideal mother-daughter relationships Rory and Lorelai Gilmore probably come to mind. I mean who wouldn't want a parent who they could turn to with their secrets and rely on for support?
Jane Seymour has had a flourishing career as an actress, artist, and designer. However, there is another role that the "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" star shines in: motherhood.
The founder of the Open Hearts Foundation is a mom to four children and a stepmom to two, Jenni Flynn and Kalen Keach. She shares Katherine Flynn and Sean Michael Flynn with ex-husband David Flynn and twin boys John Keach and Kristopher Keach with ex-husband James Keach (via Hello!).
Former reality star Kate Gosselin has lived her life in the public eye since appearing in the 2007 TLC show "Jon & Kate Plus 8." The show launched the "Multiple Blessings" author's career as she's appeared in various reality shows, including "Kate Plus 8" and "The Apprentice" (via IMDb).
Dramatic actor Robert De Niro may come off as a stoic and intimidating person thanks to his roles as Jake La Motta in "Raging Bull" and controlling step-father Dwight in "This Boy's Life" starring Leonardo DiCaprio, but he also has a soft side.
Bret Baier is known for covering difficult topics as the chief political correspondent for Fox News. Over the course of his career, he's traveled to Afghanistan and Iraq, and also reported on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, per The U.S. Sun. But what is not in the public eye is his off-camera life as a father and husband to wife Amy Baier to whom he dedicated the book, "Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, and Courage and Love."
Lynn Toler, who served as the sharp-tongued, take-no-crap-from-anyone judge of the "Divorce Court" franchise, has left her mark on some of the most popular reality shows. Before joining We TV's "Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition," Toler began her career as a television personality in 2001 as host of the show "Power of Attorney." It featured well-known attorneys like Marcia Clark and Gloria Allred, who cross-examined witnesses on the courtroom series, per The Movie Database (TMDB).
Ever since the moment Cher broke into the entertainment scene in the 1960s, the musician and actress has been considered an icon. Whether she was singing her famous duet "I Got You Babe" with her ex-husband Sonny Bono, acting alongside Nicolas Cage in "Moonstruck," or rocking the stage as a solo performer, Cher always brought the confidence and a look that was so uniquely hers (via Biography).