Today in celebrity news: A Teen Mom-and-a-porn-star rumor is running rampant across the Internet, Kate Middleton has a new boat, and Brad Paisley will not say he's sorry for that "Accidental Racist" song.
Today in celebrity news: La Lohan is in Indio, Gwyneth Paltrow reveals her guilty pleasure, and Duchess Kate has a trashy TV addiction.
The Duchess of Cambridge gave the gossip blogs a gimme on Tuesday, when she accidentally hinted that she was expecting a baby girl while greeting her subjects on a visit to Grimsby.
The Brits are in a tizzy over comments made by the award-winning author about the "doll" princess, but shouldn't everyone just calm down a little and look at what's actually being said here?
As you may have heard, Prince William and Kate Middleton are having a baby. And now we have a due date!
Well, what can we say about the new official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge, just unveiled to the consternation of many?
With apologies to Lindsay Lohan (sort of), we've attempted to dwell not so much on the horribly depressing and negative stories that flood the tabloids every day (read: Amanda Bynes) and instead focused on the tales of hope and redemption — in so far as one hopes Chris Brown can really be redeemed (he can't) or one really hopes for Rob and Kristen.
The two Australian DJs who prank called the hospital where Kate Middleton was staying last week, appeared visibly shaken in their first public interview since learning that one of the nurses they fooled committed suicide.
The woman who fell for a prank phone call made to the hospital where Kate Middleton was recently treated was found dead this morning after apparently committing suicide — and the pranksters will not be getting away with it.
There's a reason that we've become all too familiar and obsessed with hyperemesis gravidarum and the royal primogeniture. And, no, Jon Stewart does not approve.
With Kate Middleton with child, but also in the hospital, (at least some of) Britain's famously eager tabloids went for a more reserved approach in their royal baby covers.
We're not fortune tellers, but we do have a wealth of material about royal people, both real and otherwise, from which to make some informed guesses. So come, let us take a look at the possible life of Baby England.
Call it some sort of lapsed historical sentiment; maybe we sort of wish, in America, that we had our own royals, even as we attempt to replace kings and queens with Kennedys and Kardashians.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a baby, the Royal Palace has confirmed, and apparently Kate already has some really terrible morning sickness.
Michael O'Kane, the editor of the Irish Daily Star, has learned the hard way that no one will find it amusing if you publish topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, and it will result in you losing your job.
A French court has granted an injunction on behalf of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with the court ordering a French magazine to turn over all their copies of Kate Middleton's topless photos and preventing their further publication.
The scandalous publication of Kate Middleton's unsuspecting breasts has created three case studies surrounding the right to publish royal private parts, and private is the key word here.
The British royal family is threatening legal action against the French magazine Closer after they published topless paparazzi photos of the Duchess of Cambridge
The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted in Singapore toasting with water—a sign she could be carrying the next member of the Royal Family ... or dehydrated.
Today: Old widow Aniston might be engaged, take a look at Will & Kate's schedules, and Jon Hamm has been robbed
Lindsay Lohan was a valuable photo-taking asset at the White House Correspondents' dinner, CNBC is worried about the state of Squawk Box and Closing Bell, and Questlove's baby gift to Jay-Z and Beyoncé comes up short.
Today: Kate Middleton takes the field, George Clooney is planning to get arrested this morning, and Kate Couric's new show will debut on September 10.
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