01:25 PM EDT 07/14/2014
Originally posted 07/11/2014 06:45PM
Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox is a person true to her word.
Originally posted 07/04/2014 07:25AM
Cameron Diaz's comments about her choice to not have children – in August's Esquire – had many readers applauding her refreshingly candid attitude. But the Sex Tape star wasn't always so sure she didn't want to start a family.
Originally posted 06/25/2014 08:30AM
It's been five years since the King of Pop passed away, and like the medieval regents of old, the years after his death have seen his kingdom divided up between a number of warring claimants.
But the former king's influence is still felt all across the pop-music landscape. Below, read just 13 ways Michael Jackson's legacy is still with fans today.
Originally posted 06/17/2014 04:45PM
When the Internet exploded after the U.S. won its first World Cup match against Ghana Monday night, America's celebrities were not immune to the excitement.
Some were ecstatic and some were offensive – we're looking at you, Jamie Kennedy – but one thing was clear: All were filled with patriotic pride at the American team's accomplishment.
See the best celebrity Tweets and Instagrams about the match below:
Originally posted 06/07/2014 01:30PM
Justin Bieber's mentor is still defending the embattled pop star.
Originally posted 06/03/2014 12:55PM
Originally posted 05/07/2014 03:25PM
That's what we love about boy bands: We get older and they, well, they get older too.
Still, we can't deny that a number of boy banders from decades past have aged like fine wine. Some even look better now than they did in their group-choreography heyday. For instance, though it's been exactly 15 years since the Backstreet Boys released Millennium, compare the album's cover to this photo of them today. No contest, right?
Take a look for yourself, as we send our favorite boy-band fellas on a trip through our patented Photoshop time machine.
Which one would you prefer to have serenade you shirtless in the rain?
All photo illustrations by Tiffany Hagler-Geard and Linzi Silverman for PEOPLE.com.
Originally posted 05/15/2014 12:00AM
Originally posted 05/06/2014 10:00AM
Ever wondered how to bring sexy back?
Just ask Justin Timberlake, the first celebrity to impart his wisdom in the new season of Oprah's Master Class. In an exclusive sneak peek, the singer shares the biggest lesson from his career: being a beginner is a good thing.
"If I'm not learning from something that I'm doing, then that means I've done it before. Do something different, even if it's within the same medium," Timberlake, 33, says in the clip. "To try new things, that makes more sense to me than making a career out of doing the exact same thing over and over and over and over again."
Timberlake knows a thing or two about reinvention: The multitalented entertainer went from Disney darling and boy-band heartthrob to successful solo artist and buzzed about actor – and made some of the funniest Saturday Night Live sketches come alive along the way.
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