They’re the foremost authority on the ladies that men find irresistible, and the folks over at GQ released their picks for the 2013 Babes of the Year.
Not surprisingly, Emily Ratajkowski's raw sex appeal in Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video earned her the “Master of Sexy” title, while “Mad Men” babe Elisabeth Moss garnered the “Foreign Accent of the Year” honors for her work on “Top of the Lake.”
The link between Hollywood and politics has always been strong, and David Letterman took some well-deserved shots at troubled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford with his hilarious sketch “Ken Burns Presents The Statement By Rob Ford” on “The Late Show.”
The chat show host assembled some of Tinseltown’s hottest stars to read random statements made by Ford in his media interviews over the past month.
The Box Office reports have been updated, and everyone's expectations for the highly anticipated "Catching Fire" have been met and exceeded. However, the question was not whether the movie would make the big buck, but just how much it would rake in.
The “Silver Linings Playbook” babe noted that she’s still bewildered with the public’s obsession with her- "Can you imagine getting your haircut and then finding out about it on the news? That was the weirdest thing that's ever happened to me. Terrorists in the Middle East know I got my hair cut!"
Getting an early start on her media duties, Jennifer Lawrence showed up at ABC Studios in Times Square, New York City this morning (November 21).
The “Silver Linings Playbook” babe was in the house to talk about “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” on “Good Morning America” with Robin Roberts, and she looked lovely as she strolled out onto the set.