They're packing crap into pills now, and apparently they're real good for you. I'll take their word for it, thanks.
Looking stunning in her red dress, Kimberley Garner had her own Marilyn Monroe moment when she arrived at the Cocktails With Monroe Exhibition in London.
A tweet that looked like it came from Paris Hilton, confusing the late Nelson Mandela with Martin Luther King Jr., was fake and sent from a different Twitter account. Leigh Scheps explains what happened, and has an idea why so many people believed the tweet was real.
Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin and producer Clive Davis attend a listening party for her new album 'Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics,' which she says brings out an excitement she hasn't felt since 1982. (Oct. 2)Copyright 2014 The Associated Press
Taylor Swift was being interviewed on a Canadian television show and gave her thoughts on Emma Watson's recent speech before the UN. But what does she think about Miley Cyrus?