Shailene Woodley‘s pixie cut is the least exciting part of the new Insurgent trailer, Mark Wahlberg jerks off in the first look of ted 2, Eddie Redmayne reveals his celebrity obsession, and more celebrity news.
The latest Insurgent trailer will blow your mind. [Cosmopolitan]
Your fuzzy friend Ted is back alongside Amanda Seyfried in the new ted 2 trailer.
Eddie Redmayne’s obsession with Jennifer Aniston is no longer a secret. [Vogue]
Teresa Giudice is getting swole in prison. [Us Weekly]
James Middleton opens up about the frustrations of being Kate Middleton‘s brother. [E!]
Charlotte McKinney‘s dad “loved” his daughter’s super sexy Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial. [People]
Prep for the return of Scandal tonight with Scott Foley and “Scandal or Yankee Candle?” on Big Morning Buzz Live.
By now we know Empire is more than a rip-off of 50 Cent‘s Power. Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard star in the hip-hop focused family drama that brings celebrity cameos (Naomi Campbell! Cuba Gooding, Jr.! Er, Judd Nelson?) and true soapiness to primetime. If you’re not watching, you should be. It’s also been embraced by social media, where fans and critics alike can help recap an Empire episode with hilarious commentary.
Check out the greatest from last night’s episode, and let us know how you really felt about that Hakeem-Naomi bubble bath in the comments below.
Oprah is a holy human, better than the rest of us. As such, she can create greatness from nothing. With her stamp of approval, a mediocre TV chef is the head of a million-dollar cooking empire.
With her support, a “retired” (no longer licensed) psychologist is a self-help talk show star with more than 2,000 episodes under his belt. Here are just a few of the stars who owe it all to the mighty O.
Dr. Phil McGraw hasn’t been a licensed psychologist since 2006 when he “retired” from practice. But that hasn’t stopped Dr. Phil the TV show, now in its 12th season. While many question his techniques, abilities, and the show’s concept of good taste, McGraw pulls in $15 million a year and millions or viewers.
In the vein of Oprah-approved doctors who seem like fake doctors, Mehmet Oz is actually a very fancy, well-trained doctor. He did his undergrad at Harvard, his MD and MBA at UPenn, and is a professor at Columbia University. But what do we think of when we think Dr. Oz? Diet pills that don’t work. And that one is on him, because he keeps talking up diet pills that don’t work. Such is the life of an Oprah-made millionaire.
I’ll give this to Her Royal O-ness: she doesn’t back away from a challenge. And never has there been more of a challenge than Lindsay Lohan. Oprah tried her best, giving the perpetually falling star a secondthird thousandth chance thanks to a reality show on OWN. But, when she proved uncooperative, finally even Oprah had to admit defeat — to Lohan’s face, famously telling her “you need to cut the bullshit.”
Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo
Selma is the most acclaimed project to date for both the director and leading actor, who each received Golden Globe nominations for their work. As producer, Oprah likely had a large part in getting the now Oscar-nominated film into the right hands just in time for award season. On a personal level, Oyelowo credits Winfrey with “mothering” him throughout filming by reminding him to get enough sleep before stepping into Dr. King’s shoes.