Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox is a person true to her word.
At his highest weight, Pawn Stars's Corey Harrison tipped the scale at 402 lbs. But when his doctor put him on preventative diabetes medication back in 2010, the reality star says it was his wake-up call.
Good thing Lizzy Caplan doesn't give too much credence to her daily horoscope.
Talk about a good morning!
Now that the Emmy nominations are here, some of the day's deserving nominees are weighing in – many in wry fashion.
The Emmys are coming.
Not surprisingly, HBO's fan favorite Game of Thrones leads the pack of nominees, scoring 19 nods as this year's contenders were announced by Mindy Kaling and Carson Daly in a live webcast Thursday morning.
Following closely are Fargo, which nabbed 18 nominations, and American Horror Story: Coven with 17.
As expected, many of TV's most binge-worthy series are in contention, including AMC's Breaking Bad, HBO's True Detective and FX's Louie.
Courtney Love is celebrating her 50th birthday in style – by joining the hit show Sons of Anarchy for its final season.
The rocker confirmed the news in a blog for xoJane, listing her role on the FX series as one of 50 obsessions she can't live without on her 50th birthday.
"Acting, acting, acting. Including my newest role on Sons of Anarchy!" she wrote for number 16.
As The View revamps itself after the retirement of Barbara Walters and the exits of Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd, former host Rosie O'Donnell will likely be making a dramatic return to the series.
Andi Dorfman is the Bachelorette!
After a dramatic exit from Juan Pablo's season of The Bachelor, the assistant district attorney, who lives in Atlanta, is searching for love once again on ABC's hit franchise. Andi, 27, will be blogging for PEOPLE.com every week about the men, the dates and the difficult decisions she'll make on her road to romance.
So check back each week. You can also follow Andi on Twitter.
Hometown week is here! This was the week that I had been waiting for all season long! Hometowns! I was ecstatic to visit the men's families, plus for the first time of the journey, the men would have to plan the dates! More importantly, though, I come from a very close-knit family that is outgoing and always has a good time together, so I was looking forward to meeting each of these four families and was trying to picture my life with them.
Iggy Azalea's music is … fine, but we can all agree it's missing one thing: classically precise, four-part harmonies.
Fortunately, we have Jimmy Fallon for that.
On Monday night, the late-night host showed off his impeccable knack for combining the pop culture of today with the musical legends of yesterday, bringing out David Crosby, Graham Nash and Stephen Stills to perform a beautiful folk-rock rendition of Iggy Azalea's "Fancy."