She did look pretty hawt showing off all that skin, if we do say so ourselves!
"Selena looked gorgeous at the Met ball."
Why are we not surprised by this public proclamation??
[Image via Bauer Griffin Online.]
This just breaks our hearts.
As we reported, on Sunday, famed celebrity dermatologist Fredric Brandt was found dead in his Miami home in what is being deemed a suicide. He was only 65.
According to some reports, the doctor was devastated by the character of Dr. Franff, played by Martin Short, in the hit Netflix sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Many believed the mocking caricature was based off him.
While the "Baron of Botox" was deeply hurt by the Tina Fey-created show, sources close to him claim it wasn't the ultimate reason why he decided to end his life. At the time of his death, he was reportedly suffering from depression.
On Monday, the 30 Rock actress' husband Jeff Richmond, who is an executive producer on the comedy, spoke out regarding the surgeon's passing to DailyMail.com.
As the investigation into the Germanwings crash continues on, authorities are uncovering more and more startling details about co-pilot Andreas Lubitz who intentionally crashed the plane.
According to reports and medical documents, Lubitz had recently torn up medical notes where a doctor declared him "unfit to work," and he was months away from possibly losing his license as a result.
When Lubitz was training to be a pilot, he left the program for awhile because of mental reasons, and was treated for over a year and a half. Remarkably, he was still allowed to become a pilot.
Flying had been Lubitz's dream since he was young, and he even worked as a
This is incredibly sad!
As we reported last week, Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Nicholas Brendon was arrested in Tallahassee, Florida for destroying his hotel room after a comic convention.
This was the third arrest in less than six months; similar intoxicated incidents occurred in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Idaho.
Well now the 43-year-old is finally explaining his actions. He confessed:
The first step is admitting you have a problem…
And that's exactly what Nick Gordon did on Wednesday's tell-all episode of Dr. Phil!
Bobbi Kristina's boyfriend and his mother Michelle chatted with the talk show host about the scandal on Friday, but this is the first we're getting to see of it.
While part one of the interview-turned-intervention was strange, to say the least, part two at least gave Nick a chance to take some responsibility for his actions.
In fact, he even went as far as saying that he knows he needs to be rehabilitated!
We guess that's some sort of a silver lining, right?
Ch-ch-check out the continuation of Nick's bizarre behavior (above)!!!
It's amazing how sometimes all it takes is one person to bring about real change!
It also usually helps to start an online petition.
That's how some body positivity folks got Facebook to remove their "feeling fat" option from its status drop down box.
Catherine Weingarten and the group Endangered Bodies started campaigning online, sending out a petition through Change.org, trying to get Facebook to remove the option.
The petition read:
Ryan Phillippe has played many tortured characters in his career, but it turns out that he can be one himself.
In a revealing interview for Elle posted last Friday, the 40-year-old opens up about his history of depression.
The Secrets And Lies star admits:
"You know, depression has been a huge obstacle for me ever since I was a child. As you get older I think it decreases some, but I'm just innately kind of a sad person. I'm empathetic, and I take on the feelings of others and transpose myself into the position of others."
However, the hunk acknowledges that his internal sadness contributes to his unique sense of humor:
"I'm way funnier than people know me to be. And it's a dark humor, like a gallows humor. I think that's where, if you do carry any of that sadness or depression, your humor does tend to be a little darker than most people. And the greatest comedians do—trust me. I know so many of them. And they're depressed and they're dark and they have this incredible gift of humor to offer others and also, probably, therapeutically themselves."
We applaud Ryan for opening up about such a personal issue, and we hope it encourages others to share their stories!
[Image via Kathryn Friedman/Elle.com.]