- Tour Australia through Oprah's eyes
- Video: Ben Affleck gushes about "extraordinary" Jennifer Garner
- Stock up on party-ready pantry items
- Send a call from Santa with Google Voice
- What was your favorite celebrity fragrance of 2010?
- Are you worried about him proposing over the holidays?
- Edible holiday decorations the whole family can create
- One size fits all — 25 fabulous bags and baubles to give and get
- Go faux with stylish reusable Christmas trees
- Carey Mulligan feels shame with new indie role
- How well do you know your holiday sweets?
- Who was your favorite new celebrity pet?
- Dad-approved gifts that won't break the bank
- Who should win the title of sexiest woman of the year?
Posts for December 9th 2010
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Ryan Gosling posed with his onscreen family, Michelle Williams and Faith Wladyka, as well as their director Derek Cianfrance at a special Blue Valentine luncheon in NYC today. The event was hosted by The Weinstein Company, and the whole crew had a lot to celebrate since they won their appeal to bring the movie's rating down from NC-17 to R yesterday. Ryan and Michelle have had a full week promoting the film on the East Coast, including at Tuesday's premiere, where Blake Lively was spotted sneaking in the side door. She stuck by Ryan's side for the afterparty, and this afternoon he addressed the rumors of romance. Ryan said of Blake, "She's an incredible actress; she's a good friend," and when asked more generally about relationships in the industry, he quipped, "You're not allowed to have friends in this business." Blake is known for her sexy style, and she earned new respect for her work in The Town, while Ryan's big heart and charm make him so very hot. Not to mention he doesn't take himself too seriously, which makes Blake, whatever their status, a very lucky girl.
Jennifer Lopez had a camera crew following her as she arrived at American Idol's LA studios yesterday. She joined fellow judges Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson for the second grueling day in a row of auditions for Hollywood Week. The trio are focused on narrowing down the field of hopefuls to 12 finalists while producers come up with more exciting twists for the show's 10th season. Three big changes have already been made to the format, and now contestants might be allowed to tweet during competition. Jennifer herself leaked a hint about the rule change last week, also promising to write to her followers on a more regular basis.