Justin Bieber has joined forces with Ellen DeGeneres and other Hollywood big names to take a stand against bullying in response to a wave of gay youth suicides across the United States. The Canadian singer and newly-minted American Music Award winner, 16, appeared clad in black baseball cap, black shirt and several necklaces — including
Bristol Palin and Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino talk about condoms in a new teen-sex abstinence video.. . Palin has been working with The …
Bret Michaels has set his sights on stopping diabetes, hot on the heels of rumors that he’s been secretly bedding stagemom Tish Cyrus. Miley’s mama recently split with hubby Billy Ray Cyrus – and it looks like there’s more to the story than meets the eye. The story is that Billy Ray’s achy breaky heart
Adam Levine of the award-winning band Maroon 5 tells bullied teens “It Gets Better” in a new PSA for Dan Savage’s “It Gets Better” campaign.
Joe Jonas is speaking out against bullying in a brand-new public service announcement released following a surge in suicides among gay teens harassed because of their sexuality. The boy bander has one message for tormentors: “Your victims are just like you….” “The fact that people resort to bullying is horrible…If there’s any way for us
Betty White: These days, it seems you can find the beloved comedy icon almost anywhere there’s a TV, radio, or Internet connection within earshot. But how much is too much? In a comical response to the Facebook campaign that got Betty an Emmy-winning guest hosting gig on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, a group of Betty
Hometown gal Courteney Cox-Arquette is throwing her support behind the oil-soaked stretches of beach along America’s Gulf Coast. In a bid to boost lagging tourism in the region, the Birmingham, Alabama-born actress has signed on to lend her famous face to an ad touting the state beaches hardest hit by oil from the BP debacle
Young Hollywood stars — including Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, and Dakota Fanning — stand up to the Big C in a new public service announcement for the SU2C Foundation.More than a dozen of Hollywood’s young stars – including Andrew Garfield, Logan Lerman, Kristen Bell, Jon Heder, Aubrey Plaza, Zachary Levi, Sofia Vassilieva, Clark Duke,