06:07 PM EDT 12/09/2013
Originally posted 04/29/2013 07:00PM
Even Madonna's kid goes through a rebellious phase
Originally posted 04/28/2013 12:45PM
If only every internship ended with a television career.
After starting out as "Ross the Intern" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Ross Mathews went from fan to famous face. Now he's a fixture on Chelsea Handler's Chelsea Lately and on the red carpet as a correspondent for E!.
In his new book Man Up! (available May 7), Mathews shares a number of humorous anecdotes about his life on-and off-camera.
Here are four hilarious revelations from Mathews's new book.
Originally posted 03/18/2013 12:20PM
The singer makes a statement about the Boy Scouts of America's anti-gay policy by donning a uniform of her own
Originally posted 03/10/2013 10:35AM
Brooklyn's Antica Pesa was the place to be Thursday night for star sightings over spaghetti.
Madonna brought daughter Lourdes and son Rocco to the Italian restaurant at the same time as actor Tom Hardy.
Originally posted 12/13/2012 07:00PM
He's got Oscars. Accolades. International fame. But what Sean Penn says he lacks in his life is love.
"There is no shame in my saying that we all want to be loved by someone. As I look back over my life in romance, I don't feel I've ever had that," the 52-year-old activist and actor, who will soon be seen in Gangster Squad, tells Esquire for its January 2013 issue.
"I have been the only one that was unaware of the fraud in a few of these circumstances blindly," he says.
Originally posted 10/24/2012 11:45AM
Mother knows best. Just ask 12-year-old Rocco Ritchie.
As part of his mom Madonna's MDNA tour, "I dance," Rocco – whose dad is director Guy Ritchie – tells Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing next Monday.
"Is your mother strict? Is she a good mother?" the host asks, with Rocco's mom standing right there.
"Um, yeah, she's a good mother," he replies, "but yeah, yeah."
"But she's what?" Madonna wants to know.
Says a slyly confident Rocco: "She's a good mother. Yes. That's all I have to say. She's very strict, but in a good way."
Originally posted 10/19/2012 03:20PM
Lourdes Leon blogs about her experiences working in the wardrobe department of her mom's MDNA tour
Originally posted 10/09/2012 06:55AM
Filmmaker Guy Ritchie and his girlfriend of two years, model Jacqui Ainsley, are engaged to be married, his rep confirms.
"They're over the moon in love," a friend of the couple's tells PEOPLE.
In addition, the two, already parents to son Rafael, born in September 2011, are expecting another child later this year. The pregnancy was announced in July.
Originally posted 09/10/2012 06:00AM
Gonna dress you up in ... my poncho?
Mila Kunis braved a rainy New York City night to see Madonna live in concert at Yankee Stadium.
The actress – who sat front row – took her seat around 10:20 p.m., just moments before the "Material Girl" took the stage. Beau Ashton Kutcher was nowhere to be seen but Kunis spent her evening chatting with two male friends and happily posing for photos with fans.
"She wore a rain poncho just like the rest of the crowd," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 05/19/2012 10:10AM
It's been 50 years since Marilyn Monroe offered a sultry musical greeting to then President John F. Kennedy on his 45th birthday. The song, "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" has become iconic – parodied and celebrated in pop culture for the past five decades ever since it was performed on May 19, 1962.
PEOPLE.com is paying homage to the cultural moment with this roundup of equally star-studded renditions – from Mike Myers in character as Wayne Campbell to Madonna's 1993 version on SNL to the stars of Smash, vying for a role in a Marilyn-themed musical, this year.
And then there's Marilyn's version, sung at a celebration for Kennedy 10 days before his actual birthday: It was followed up with a snippet of the song "Thanks for the Memory," which she amended with lyrics written specifically for Kennedy.
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