Turns out it wasn’t only the World Cup that Mario Gotze has won!
Posted by Celebrific as TV at 8:33 AM EDT on Jul, 14 2014
Do you watch reality TV? It’s OK to admit it – popular reality programming, such as Duck Dynasty and American Idol, draw well over 10 million viewers per episode. There’s nothing wrong with watching these types of shows, and they can actually be a good way to wind down after a hard day at work. Plus, if you think about it, reality TV actually imparts a few important life lessons.
Shakira wows the FIFA crowd yet again!
What’s up with Zendaya and Nicki Minaj this time?
The awards night might be over, but we still couldn’t get enough of Billboard‘s hot red carpet action!
Naya Rivera might not be able to brag stuff to Big Sean anymore.
At last, Zac Efron was credited where he should be: being sexy!
The 2014 MTV Movie Awards has officially wrapped up, and there were more celeb selfies than ever imagined (okay, we kid)! For the ladies’ contributions, we carefully selected the 5 hottest:
We all know that the Nickelodeon KCA is for kids. However, on its recent edition, its attendees seemed to be on a hurry to grow up by the way they dress (well, not all of them are underage).
We have no problem with that, as long as the girls… err, ladies… are lookin’ fine!
Two spiky-haired boys are making their way to the dance floors of Dancing With The Stars, and possibly, to everyone’s hearts!
There’s something about an orphan that truly inspires and moves average Americans. They want to learn more about the children. They want to follow their lives as if the kid were their own. They cheer and they cry for them.
From the classic portrait of Little Orphan Annie in comics, stage show, and film to the girl in the fairy tale of Cinderella, an orphan child is regarded as the classic underdog in our society. The stories of television orphans give viewers hope as the children are put into new lives to grow into. Here are the top five. . . .
Soleil Moon Frye portrays Penelope “Punky” Brewster, a feisty scamp with a dog who’s adopted by the grouch of an apartment super by the name of Henry. What makes Punky so adorable is that she is so creative and full of positive energy.
All this in spite being abandoned by her mother at a shopping mall. The contrasting chemistry between the girl and her adoptive father made audiences want more than the short two seasons her show ran in the mid 1980s. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Jack as TV at 8:00 AM EDT on Mar, 06 2014
Aging was never a problem for some of Hollywood’s veteran actresses, since they managed to experience it gracefully. So, in honor of their recent Oscar showcase, I still think we can tap these fine ladies…
…Okay, that’s an unproven claim, but this triple-threat Brit (actress, model, and ‘television presenter’, says her Wikipedia page) has been the face of various brands. Check out some of our favorite endorsements below:
Let’s admit it: aside from being one of the wittiest shows on American TV, Mad Men is a man’s show. Check out some of the show’s actresses that drove male viewers… mad!
Posted by Jack as TV at 8:00 AM EDT on Feb, 22 2014
When it comes to America’s delegates to the Winter Olympics, the girls are taking the spotlight. But aside from that, their collective beauty isn’t to be ignored as well. Ogle them out, boys!
The past few months haven’t been easy for Scott Disick.
Here’s the thing: Mariah Carey was a guest on last weekend’s Watch What Happens Live, and we loved how candid she was!
We all couldn’t wait ’til Britney Spears takes the Las Vegas stage, so she’s teasing us with a few more confessions!
Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the Duck Dynasty, is being suspended by the A&E Network for his comments regarding homosexuality.