The rap on this season’s “Bachelorette,” starring Atlanta lawyer Andi Dorfman, was that it just wasn’t very interesting. Andi, who famously rejected narcissistic Juan Pablo on “The Bachelor,” was initially a fan favorite, but perhaps because she’s just so darn well-adjusted, her show lacked much of the drama that has characterized past outings.
Want to watch rapper DMX grunt, curse and scream in a new video? There's no music involved, it's just the 43-year-old reacting to an amusement park ride called the Slingshot at Magical Midway Thrill Park in Orlando, Florida.
"Say 'cheese'!" It's something James Franco rarely seemed to do when taking selfies with fans after his recently ended "Of Mice and Men" performances on Broadway, and on Monday, he explained why.During a visit to "The Tonight Show," he let host Jimmy Fallon in on his reasoning: According to Franco, it's because fans sometimes take crummy selfies.
He may have 17 Grammys, a packed summer tour schedule and a new album on the way with Lady Gaga, but even Tony Bennett needs a break from the spotlight once in a while. That's when he picks up his paint set.
Andi Dorfman had a difficult decision to make during the season 10 finale of "The Bachelorette" — in short, Josh Murray or Nick Viall? She picked Murray, but if Dorfman thought she was on the fast track to happily-ever-after when she accepted his proposal, well ... Viall had other plans.