“Glee” star Dianna Agron graces the cover of Cosmopolitan’s September issue, and told the magazine what she’s learned from Lindsay Lohan’s career mistakes.
"It's really sad looking at people like Lindsay Lohan,” the Hollywood newcomer said.
“She's an amazing actress, but you see what happens when people know too much about your personal life. They start not being able to look at you the same way professionally," she says. “I don't want that to happen to me."
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In a new interview with Esquire, "Crazy, Stupid, Love" star Ryan Gosling reveals just how young-at-heart he really is, proclaiming his extreme love of sugary treats.
"Sometimes I think that the one thing I love most about being an adult is the right to buy candy whenever and wherever I want," Gosling, 30, reveals.
His favorite candy? Hi-Chews, which he scours New York City to find, stopping in at five different bodegas during his interview.
The Noid is celebrating his 25th birthday with a very brief return.
You might recall that the Noid was the villainous mascot of Domino's Pizza during the late 1980s. In commercials, the floppy-eared claymation character in the superhero-esque suit would try to get between hungry people and their pizzas by interfering with delivery.
There’s a big debate today over two beloved “Sesame Street” characters: Bert and Ernie. There’s a Facebook petition to encourage these two to get married.
For years there have been questions about Bert and Ernie’s sexuality. The “Sesame Street” folks have repeatedly denied they’re gay. But this petition is urging the show to have them “come out” and allow B and E to finally wed!
The petition states that having Bert and Ernie marry on the show would be a lesson to many people: “We are not asking that Sesame Street do anything crude or disrespectful by allowing Bert and Ernie to marry… Let us teach tolerance of those that are different. Let Sesame Street and PBS Kids be a big part in saving many worthy lives.”
After spending much of the last decade out of Hollywood, Roseanne Barr returned to TV this summer with her Lifetime docu-series “Roseanne’s Nuts.”
But the comedian (and macadamia nut farmer) may be in full-blown comeback mode, because according to The Hollywood Reporter, she’s snagged herself a new sitcom.
The Emmy-winning actress and her longtime boyfriend Johnny Argent reportedly have a new project in the works at 20th Century Fox Television.
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