Katie Couric got her flirt on with a handsome sailor on Wednesday. What did you do?
Couric is just one of a flood celebrities participating in New York City's 27th annual Fleet Week, which kicked off May 20 and honors the contributions of maritime service men and women.
This year, the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard have decided to make a social-media splash by encouraging people to snap photos with the troops and use the hashtag #SelfieWithASailor – and plenty of celebrities have been quick to dive right in.
Jimmy Fallon invited sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen and women to a taping of the Tonight Show on Tuesday.
Jenni "JWoww" Farley has the "G" and "T" of "GTL" covered.
Tom Cruise's infamous Oprah interview turns 10 on May 23. And while the episode of the show has been exaggerated in the popular consciousness (Cruise never really jumped up and down on the couch, merely stood on it briefly and then did a lot of kneeling), the Internet never forgets.
Taylor Schilling admits she's not exactly eager to peel off the orange jumpsuit to show the world what's underneath.
"I've been scared of the nudity," Schilling, 30, said during a panel for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' screening of Orange Is the New Black in West Hollywood on Wednesday. "Just as an actor [that] has been frightening for me."
But if filming a nude scene is what's needed to get to the heart of her character, the star isn't afraid to undress. The actress, who plays Piper Chapman on the hit Netflix show, made the admission after she was asked about the last time she called show creator Jenji Kohan to talk about a scene.
The actress sports a white crop top and flowing skirt as she cradles her bare bump
Growing up in the '70s and '80s on a farm in Kansas City, Kansas, Eric Stonestreet says, he never had much interaction with the gay community.
Having just wrapped season 6 of Modern Family as the out-and-proud Cam Tucker, the actor says that playing a gay character has changed his perspective.
Girls fans know all about the bumbling romantic lives of Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna and Jessa, but we haven't gotten very much insight into the love escapades of Elijah, Hannah's former closeted boyfriend-turned-BFF. Now, star Andrew Rannells says Elijah is finally in for an in-depth romantic storyline.
"Elijah gets to be a little bit serious this season, and he gets to have a serious relationship. I'm very excited about it," Rannells told PEOPLE about Girls' upcoming fifth season at the Olevolos Project brunch.
Like most characters on the HBO show, Elijah must contend with a learning curve when it comes to matters of the heart.
"We haven't seen it before so it's not like something he is good at. You're going to see him sort of flail around a lot," Rannells teased.
As the winner of a Daytime Emmy Award for her MTV docuseries, Laverne Cox could find her work as an entertainer colliding with her work as an activist and outspoken advocate for LGBT rights.
However, Cox, 30, maintains that being an actress comes first, which can sometimes be challenging.
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