She's an international star, a fashion designer, a mother of two and - on top of that - she gets to be married to Gavin Rossdale.
Yes, Gwen Stefani leads a good life, and she knows it. She just doesn't know how she got there.
"I don’t know how I got so lucky – how all this happened to me," she told InStyle magazine for its April issue. "If you were in my shoes, you’d be blown away too."
Gisele Bündchen, whose willowy curves have rocked runways as well as the pages of everything from Victoria’s Secret to Vogue, revealed her “earth mother” side to the fashion magazine in an interview for Vogue’s April issue.
The 29-year-old model said she wanted to name her first son River, “because I wanted something always flowing, immortal.”
Husband Tom Brady, however, wasn’t having it.
Ron Lundy, one of the most influential DJs from the golden age of Top 40 AM radio, has died, according to the trade publication Radio Business Report.
Lundy was one of the jocks at WABC-AM New York during that station's long reign as the No. 1 radio station in the country.
Along with WABC colleagues Dan Ingram, Bruce Morrow and Harry Harrison, Lundy helped shape the sound of Top 40 radio around the country - partly thanks to WABC's 50,000-watt clear channel signal, which could be heard for hundreds of miles on a clear night.
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the former “American Idol” judge is in final negotiations to head up an updated version of the show.
I had the opportunity to visit the set of “Hannah Montana” on Friday as they filmed a special episode devoted to saluting military families. It was wonderful to see the audience filled with young children whose parents are in the armed forces getting to spend the day with their mothers and fathers who either recently came back from deployment or were about to be deployed.
Their little faces lit up when Miley Cyrus-dressed as “Hannah Montana” took the stage to sing two new songs. The kids got a big surprise when they were invited onto the set to take part in a scene on the show, you could tell it was a dream come true for them. They even got gift bags filled with “Hannah Montana” swag.
When I asked the kids what the best part of the day was though, they all told me the same thing; getting to spend it with mom and dad.
ESPN reporter Erin Andrews lashed out at Glamour magazine yesterday at a press conference following the sentencing of her hotel peephole stalker Michael Barrett. Barrett was sentenced to more than 2 years in prison. While he gave a tearful apology to Andrews in court, she says the punishment won't stop her pain.
After the sentencing, the phrase "Erin Andrews peephole video" rose to the top 10 on Google search trends once again, but it was the monthly magazine that Andrews went after for not being on her side. Glamour republished a photo of her from the peephole video in a recent issue.
"I’m angry because I continue to be re-victimized. Not only is it still on the Internet, I had Glamour magazine just write an article about me and reprint the photo from the New York Post that showed images of the video. That’s a woman’s magazine. That’s a magazine that’s supposed to be for me, for us.”
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