You've got to hand it to the celebs - they're pros when it comes to having a moment.
Paris Hilton's recent stormy exit during an ABC News interview might seem dramatic, but Hilton is just one among a history of stars who couldn't take being in the hot seat any longer.
Their methods, style and profanities vary, but the awkward and uncomfortable atmosphere remains constant. Check out our top 10 celebs who left their interviews in a huff.
From the moment I heard Neil Patrick Harris would be a guest judge, I knew Wednesday night's "So You Think You Can Dance" episode would be a great show.
And wouldn't you know it - last night's contestants totally proved me right.
Sure, NPH did take himself a bit too seriously (I love that you're actually commenting on the dances, dude, but can you have a LITTLE fun with it?). But between the technically near-perfect ballroom routines and the gorgeous, character-driven contemporary and hip-hop pieces, who has time to notice the judges?
The preparation for Shannen Doherty's impending wedding to celebrity photographer Kurt Iswarienko will play out for everyone to see, now that the 40-year-old former "Charmed" star has landed a reality show on WEtv.
Currently titled "The Shannen Doherty Project," the eight-part unscripted series will show the "complicated and often hilarious" antics of the engaged couple as they try to mesh their lives together, according to a statement from the network.
The hour-long episodes will follow Doherty gearing up for her wedding, some sort of "house tragedy" that has legal implications, and, of course, what's up next for Doherty's acting career. FULL POST
While you will get to see Justin Timberlake strip down in this weekend's "Friends with Benefits," Mila Kunis opted to keep a few body parts private.
Talking to Ryan Seacrest on his radio show, Kunis revealed the process of casting a stand-in for her rear end.
“These young ladies came in and they were in a casting room and I was there with the casting director and make-up artist," she says. "These lovely women had to show us their derrieres and the chosen one resembled my body the most without looking like it's fake.”
When Angelina Jolie tells her kids to clean their plates, there very well could be an insect or two on them.
As she explained of her family's travels to Cambodia in a video for her Louis Vuitton Core Values shoot, she introduced her son Maddox, 9 - who's adopted from the country - and the rest of her brood to fried crickets.
"My boys love to eat crickets. It’s their favorite thing," she says.
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