Now that George Clooney has finally found “The One,” he’s wasting no time in settling down to family life. radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that he and fiancée Amal Alamuddin will tie the knot in just a few months — and are planning to have a baby soon after that!
“The wedding is to take place in September,” an insider reveals to radio detection and ranging exclusively… Continue reading Save The Date! George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin Telling Friends When They’ll Wed — PLUS Their Secret Baby Plans Revealed
By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter
The ‘Human Barbie’ has become an Internet sensation and the object of many men’s affections since photos of her unnaturally tiny waist, bulging breasts and chiseled face hit websites.
While Valeria Lukyanova has adamantly denied that her living doll looks are the product of either plastic surgery or PhotoShop, newly unearthed video shows the 21-year-old Ukrainian model looking startling different from her still shots.
PHOTOS: Ukrainian… Continue reading Is Human Barbie A Fake? Telling Video Blows Her Doll-Like Façade
By Alexis Tereszcuk – Radar Entertainment Editor
Michelle Duggar and her husband Jim Bob were devastated after she miscarried their baby in December, but the matriarch struggled the most when telling her family the heartbreaking news.
In an exclusive sneak peek of the 19 Kids and Counting season finale titled “The Duggars Say Goodbye,” Michelle chokes up as she gathers her deeply… Continue reading Sneak Peek: Michelle Duggar Cries Telling Family About Her Tragic Miscarriage
In the upcoming film 50/50 (due in theaters this weekend), Seth Rogen is essentially playing himself. As the best friend of a guy (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who is diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, it wasn’t that difficult to tap into his character’s frame of mind since the film is based on a real-life event that involved the film’s writer, Will Reiser, and his best friend, Seth… Continue reading Dialogue: Seth Rogen on '50/50', Telling Personal Stories and Getting a Little Help from His Friends
Audiences lining up at the theater this weekend for ‘Straw Dogs’ (a remake of the 1971 Dustin Hoffman film) are probably in the mood for a fun, edge-of-your-seat thriller. That’s what the trailers and commercials and posters tell you to expect: the character of L.A. screenwriter David Sumner (James Marsden) retreats to the Deep South with his beautiful blond wife (Kate Bosworth), only to be confronted by intimidating… Continue reading What the Trailers For 'Straw Dogs' Aren't Telling You