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Originally posted 01/19/2015 08:30PM
Bruce Jenner has found an unlikely ally in comedian and actor Russell Brand.
Originally posted 09/10/2014 09:05AM
Katy Perry is digging deep.
Originally posted 08/06/2014 03:00PM
Don't let her dating history fool you: Katy Perry isn't opposed to non-famous suitors.
Originally posted 04/11/2014 04:00PM
When Katy Perry debuted her slime green hair earlier this week, she was doing more than sporting a new look – she was displaying a new attitude.
Originally posted 04/05/2014 09:20AM
It seems Russell Brand may be more than just the quintessential funny man.
Originally posted 03/09/2014 12:30PM
Russell Brand has canceled two dates of his Messiah Complex tour following news of his mother Barbara's breast cancer diagnosis.
Originally posted 02/09/2014 02:30PM
While Philip Seymour Hoffman's tragic death is the most recent to make headlines, heroin claimed the lives of many beloved artists, including Cory Monteith, Janis Joplin, River Phoenix and Chris Farley.
Other stars – from Angelina Jolie and Nicole Richie to Samuel L. Jackson – have admitted to dabbling if not struggling with the drug. And many have offered chilling personal accounts of their heroin use.
Here are six celebrities who have shared their experiences with the dangerous drug over the years:
Originally posted 02/08/2014 12:00PM
In a column filled with fiery criticism, British comedian Russell Brand partly blames drug laws and society's treatment of addiction for the apparent overdose death of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Writing in the U.K.'s The Guardian Brand, 38, a recovering addict himself, decries celebrity culture and media seeking to popularize a star's public fall from grace, but argues that drug prohibition and the criminalization of drugs exacerbate the problem.
"Philip Seymour Hoffman's death is a reminder, though, that addiction is indiscriminate. That it is sad, irrational and hard to understand," Brand writes.
Originally posted 10/22/2013 10:00AM
It wasn't a good sign for me when "Roar," the No. 1 single that heralded Katy Perry's third studio album, felt kind of tame compared to Sara Bareilles's "Brave," a similar self-empowerment anthem that came out a few months before.
But the good news is that "Roar" (which, admittedly, has since grown on me) isn't even one of the best songs on the vibrant, multicolored Prism – and there are certainly plenty more hits where that came from.
This is a pop blockbuster that easily beats 2010's hit-laden behemoth Teenage Dream. It finds Perry once again working with A-list producers like Dr. Luke, Max Martin, Stargate and Benny Blanco, and they deliver the hooks and beats for the diva, whether it's blissful dance tracks ("Birthday") or forceful power ballads ("Unconditionally").
Originally posted 09/28/2013 04:45PM
Got an interview with Barbara Walters? Here's a tip: Don't be late.
Katy Perry learned that the hard way when, during a scheduled sit-down with the veteran journalist, she happened be running behind schedule ... only to run straight into Walters's ire when the interview finally got under way.
In the latest issue of Billboard, the "Roar" singer, 28, looks back on the encounter, which happened to coincide with the demise of Perry's marriage to her then husband, Russell Brand.
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