When Robert Downey Jr. presented his friend, actress Jodie Foster, with this year’s Cecil B. Demile award at the Golden Globes, most viewers were likely expecting a normal acceptance speech from the 50-year-old star. My how very wrong we were. In a speech that touched on everything from personal privacy to retirement to Honey Boo Boo, Foster managed to upstage the entire ceremony. However, the comments that really raised eyebrows… Continue reading Jodie Foster's Golden Globes Speech: Actress Discusses Sexuality, Personal Life At Ceremony
Could it be that the Golden Globes actually have better taste than the Oscars? After all, Globe voters this year found room for critically lauded performances by Marion Cotillard (“Rust and Bone”), Rachel Weisz (“The Deep Blue Sea”), John Hawkes (“The Sessions”) and Richard Gere (“Arbitrage”) that the Academy voters overlooked. And the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (the group that picks the Globes) had the sense to nominate Kathryn Bigelow… Continue reading 2013 Golden Globes: Predicting Winners For This Year's Ceremony
The first Power of Veto ceremony has taken place in the “Big Brother 13″ house. Find out what happened. Warning: SPOILERS.
After winning the first Power of Veto, Rachel and Brendon chose not to use the POV to remove Keith and Porsche from the block, so thankfully one of our least favorite new houseguests will be leaving on Thursday.
Keith and Porsche have done nothing but cause… Continue reading 'Big Brother 13': Power of Veto ceremony results for week one
Charlene Wittstock and Prince Albert
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Charlene Wittstock put fears that she was going to be a runaway bride to rest for good as she wed Prince Albert of Monaco in a religious ceremony on Saturday.
A day after their civil ceremony, the Rhodesian-born Olympian walked down the aisle on the… Continue reading Prince Albert & Charlene Wittstock Wed in Religious Ceremony