As Britain's first and so far only female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher often found herself under the glare of showbiz lights.
Though she herself was not an actress.
With the Emmy Awards set to air on Sunday, we're anxiously awaiting at least one entertaining acceptance speech at the ceremony.
So for those stars who still haven't written a stand-in speech (and who are clearly spending that precious Emmys prep time reading this blog), no need to sweat it - there may still be time to enroll in "JA,N's Emmy Speech Master Class."
JA,N (which stands for "Just Act, Naturally") is a character portrayed by indie queen Parker Posey in this quirky video put out by the good folks behind the Emmys.
Sarah Paulson was not one of those actresses who was caught restfully unaware of her Emmy nomination.
"I wasn't expecting it to happen, but I wasn't sleeping peacefully either," said Paulson, who was nominated for outstanding supporting actress for her performance as Nicole Wallace in HBO's "Game Change." "I don't want to make it sound like I was cool as a cucumber. I was hopeful, but I definitely wasn't sure it was going to happen." FULL POST
Bill Bellamy has no problem owning up to the fact that he is "Crazy Sexy Dirty."
"I am actually all of those things," said Bellamy, who titled his Showtime comedy special just that. "I think people have only known the polished side of my career and I wanted to get my grown man on."
In the reports surfacing this week that Adele might be further along in her pregnancy than previously presumed is another example of how the British chanteuse has turned into the anti-celebrity.
In this day and age of paparazzi shots featuring massively pregnant stars teetering in heels, it’s refreshing to do a Google search for a pregnant Adele and come up with virtually nothing.
"Dallas" premieres Wednesday night on TNT (which is owned by the same parent company as CNN), and the resurrection of the primetime soap got us thinking: what other series do we wish would return to the small screen, picking up where they left off?
Imagine being able to find out what happened to that beloved character you used to check in with every week. Here are just a few series that we'd want to see get the "Dallas" treatment:
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