'Mean Girls' fever has been running rampant, with its 10-year anniversary quickly approaching this month. Everyone from Lindsay Lohan to Amanda Seyfriend to Jonathan Bennett have discussed the idea of a possible reunion, but Daniel Franzese has now revealed the most significant news of all: He is gay, and he has come out via a touching letter to his gay 'Mean Girls' character, Damian.
Congratulations to Drew Barrymore -- the actress just welcomed her second baby girl with husband Will Kopelman!
Courteney Cox has vanquished all of our hopes and dreams of a 'Friends' reunion with four simple words. "It's not gonna happen" the 'Cougar Town' star told David Letterman while she stopped by the 'Late Show' recently.
It's not surprising that Olivia Wilde looks stunning on the cover of the May issue of Lucky magazine, especially considering she freely admits that she used to be considered the celebrity "free pass" for husbands.
Warning: The video features 'Game of Thrones' spoilers.
If you've thought you've seen every cover of 'Let It Go' so far, you're wrong. In addition to the guy who can belt out the tune in 21 different Disney character voices and the woman who sang it in the style of countless female pop stars, now (several) YouTubers have created one hilarious parody of 'Game of Thrones' set to the iconic 'Frozen' tune.
Emma Stone is Vogue's May cover girl, and sure, she looks stunning in Gucci and dished about her upcoming movie 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2.' But the most important thing Stone did with the fashion giant was go to Build-A-Bear and create her own teddy bear. And, of course, she was characteristically adorable about it.
The celebrity rumor mill has been kicked into overdrive with recent claims that Tom Cruise is dating 'Orange Is the New Black' actress Laura Prepon.
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Once upon a time, going to see a Disney movie in the theaters was an event.