Entertainment

A Fascinating Look Behind The Scenes Of Happy Days

“Happy Days,” the wildly popular show that ran from 1974 – 1984, was a cultural phenomenon. Steeped in nostalgia for a simpler time, the show was set from 1955 – 1965, a golden era for the American teenager. Featuring an ordinary family living in Milwaukee, the characters – especially  high school dropout, Fonzie – resonated …

By Julie Hogan
Entertainment

Celebrities Destroying The Paparazzi’s Shot In Very Creative Ways

Imagine spending your life being followed around by a crowd of people yelling “Over here! Look over here!” while clicking your picture over and over and over. That’s the life of a celebrity … and even the most mild-mannered of them snap at some point. Scroll down to see their creative and hilarious ways of handling …

By Julie Hogan
Entertainment

Ever Wonder Who These Famous Gay Celebs Are Married To?

Jodie Foster Jodie Foster started acting when she was just three-years-old. Since then, her roles have been a part of the movie going experience for generations. After working in commercials and television, she gave a breakout performance in Taxi Driver in 1976 at just 12-years-old, even getting a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for the …

By Jessica Sullivan
Entertainment

These Artists Had Millions But Now They Have Nothing

Finding fame for some is a blessing, for others it can end up being a burden and a curse. Some fall into the pit of extra lavish lifestyles that suck away their money, and drug addictions that suck away their souls. The artists on this list are the prime examples of what happens when fame …

By Jessica Sullivan
Entertainment

Plastic Surgery Made These 15 Celebs Unrecognizable

People in the entertainment industry are absolutely not afraid of utilizing plastic surgery to try to maintain their beauty and extend their careers. A shocking number of celebrities have done it. And while their first few procedures can even make them more beautiful and desirable than they were before, many celebrities go too far. Way too far. Here’s …

By Mark Spencer