Anderson Cooper conducted an amazing interview with one of the key figures from the Cleveland kidnapping case - Charles Ramsey.
This heroic man lived next door to the house that held Amanda Berry captive along with Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus for ten years.
He rescued Berry after he heard her cries for help, and even though everyone is calling him a hero - Ramsey says he only did the right thing, and does not want any reward money! Which consequently is only further proof of his heroism.
Ramsey also tells Coop that he never saw any of the victims previously, but that he DID see two little girls whom he thought were the main suspect Ariel Castro's grandkids. One of those little girls was most likely Berry's daughter, who was conceived and born while Amanda was held captive.
Check out the full interview by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!
Leave it to Charles Barkley to say what we're all thinking in the boldest way possible! LOLz!
When asked to comment on Jason Collins coming out as a gay NBA player, Charles had some choice things to say… and mainly, he wants everyone in the NBA to realize that if they think they've never played with a gay player, that they're a bunch of idiots!
Not only that, but Charles believes that jocks have gotten a bad rap for a lot of years, and that absolutely the NBA is ready for more gay players! He believes that society is more homophobic than teams in locker rooms!
Did you know that today is National Grilled Cheese Day??
The celebs know! LOLz!
It totally is NGCD, and we thought we'd do a little something special — you know, something just short of sending everyone a legit grilled cheese — so we compiled as many pics of celebs with grilled cheese that we could find!
Honestly, there were so many that we just ran out of time! Ha!
So we present to you:
THE CELEBRITY GOURMET GRILLED CHEESE PORTRAIT SESSION!
After two seasons of inappropriate laughs, Kathy Griffin's HIGHlarious Bravo talk show, Kathy, has been canceled!
Although the ratings were never super high, the comedienne's series managed to beat the odds and come back for a second year in January, and we had hoped that a similar scenario would pan out that way again!
Unfortunately, however, that doesn't seem to be the case, as she
The world lost an amazing human being Thursday when Roger Ebertpassed away, and whether or not you agreed or even liked his signature style of film critique, he was undeniably a larger than life, kind human being who inspired many throughout his lifetime.
Roger's partner-in-critique, Richard Roeper, appeared on Anderson 360 Thursday evening to talk to Anderson Cooper about his late friend, stating that the native Chicagoan had an "everyman quality."
Watch the sweet, sad interview (above)!
There will never be another film enthusiast quite like Roger…
How will we know which movies to watch/avoid without the presence of his famous thumbs?!
Oh we jest, but only to break the tension of what is otherwise a very sad occasion.
You will be sorely missed, Roger! We hope your spirit rests in peace!