Hollywood’s most reluctant heartthrob isn’t doing so hot. With Transcendence tanking, it seems as though America may have finally tired of the actor’s too-cool shtick.
Tricia Romano is an award-winning writer who has written about pop culture, style, and celebrity for The New York Times, The Village Voice, Spin, and Radar magazine. She won Best Feature at the Newswomen’s Club of New York Front Page Award for her Village Voice cover story, about sober DJs and promoters in the nightlife industry, “The Sober Bunch.”
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Though the show’s entire premise is based on losing tons of weight in a short period of time, America was shocked when Rachel Frederickson glided on stage 155 pounds lighter.
A provocative new book says that women are being sold a lie that they can have it all and get easily pregnant in their late thirties and forties—and that we’re experimenting with fertility across a whole generation.
If the gang on Duck Dynasty behaves in an unsavory way that makes us feel uncomfortable rather than smug and self-satisfied, we shut off the TV.
For Chet Haze, Tom Hanks’s wannabe rapper son, any success has the whiff of nepotism and privilege. It’s time to drop the gangster swagger and be authentic.
No transgender model has cracked something as mainstream as Victoria’s Secret—for whom much of the audience is straight men. Is Carmen Carrera ready for the runway?
When Will Smith was allegedly caught getting intimate with a woman who is not his wife, Jada, gossipers immediately jumped to allegations of an open marriage.
Kenan Thompson pissed the Internet off by saying that black female comics weren’t ready for ‘SNL.’ Does he have a point? Tricia Romano reports.