Katy Perry says her upcoming autobiographical film will touch on her life, warts and all - including her breakup with ex-husband Russell Brand.
The pop star told Ellen DeGeneres Tuesday that fans can expect to take a ride on her personal roller coaster, experiencing the highs and the lows when her 3-D concert flick, “Part of Me,” hits theaters this July.
"I thought it was important for me to show everything in between," the 27-year-old singer said of her “bumpy” ride personally and professionally.
Hats off to Jenny McCarthy for deciding to pose again for Playboy, but Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett says her Playboy days are over.
“Everybody has the right to live their lives, and if [McCarthy] feels sexy and hot again and wants to re-embrace that then go ahead," Kendra recently told CNN of the media personality's announcement that she'd strip down once again for Hugh Hefner's magazine.
"But my days are done! Like I’m done. I’ve thrown in the towel," she continued. "I am who I am today. I embrace the person I am today versus the person I was yesterday, and I like to move on in my life. Playboy is a great thing but sometimes I feel like some things should be better left in the past."
After the closely watched casting, the first trailer for Baz Luhrmann's take on "The Great Gatsby" has arrived - and 1920s New York has never looked so good.
With Jay-Z and Kanye's "No Church in the Wild" plus Jack White serving as the soundtrack, we see Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway, Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan, and Leonardo DiCaprio starring as the man himself, Jay Gatsby.
Donald Driver had a feeling that going country in his freestyle could be the difference on "Dancing with the Stars." He was right.
The Green Bay Packers receiver took home the Mirrorball Trophy on Tuesday's finale, upending singer Katherine Jenkins and actor William Levy in a showdown that many thought was too close to call.
But Driver's country-tinged freestyle routine, which judge Carrie Ann Inaba called her favorite dance of the season, helped the NFL star pull ahead with viewers.
British rock star Pete Doherty - the on-again, off-again lead singer of the Libertines - makes his acting debut in “Confession of a Child of the Century," which screened at the Cannes film festival Monday.
It’s hardly unusual for rock stars to take a stab at movies – John Lennon, Mick Jagger and David Bowie all did it, with varying degrees of success.
But Doherty certainly hasn’t taken the easy route. He’s cast in the lead role in a period costume drama, adapted from Alfred de Musset’s French literary classic.
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