Katie Couric and John Molner
Katie Couric celebrated the holiday weekend by getting engaged to her boyfriend John Molner, People reports.
The financier, 50, proposed to Couric at sunset in East Hampton, N.Y., after nearly two years of dating.
Miley Cyrus has broken her silence about her controversial Video Music Awards performance, in which she asserted her adulthood by motor-boating a backup dancer's butt, simulating sex with a foam finger and twerking on Robin Thicke.
"I don't pay attention to the negative," Cyrus told MTV, adding that she isn't the first to cause scandal on the VMAs stage. "Madonna's done it. Britney [Spears]' done it. Anyone that performs, that's what you're looking for. You're wanting to make history. Me and Robin, the whole time were like, 'We're about to make history right now.'"
It appears Homeland fans literally couldn't wait for the Season 3 premiere: The episode has leaked online nearly a full month ahead of its Sept. 29 premiere, TorrentFreak reports.
Within hours being uploaded to BitTorrent on Monday, more than 100,000 users downloaded the unfinished version of the premiere, which is missing some visual effects and the opening credits.
Jas Prince and Christina Milian
Christina Milian is engaged to Rap-A-Lot Records CEO Jas Prince, People reports.
The couple has reportedly been dating since 2010 and has been engaged since the spring, a source tells the magazine.
Kate Upton has officially been crowned 2013's Model of the Year. The Sports Illustrated model will accept the honor Wednesday at the 10th Annual Style Awards, E! News reports.
After much anticipation, Robert Pattinson's Dior Homme ad is finally here. The best part: It comes with a special — and extra sexy — uncensored director's cut!
So if you've ever wanted to know what RPattz looks like bathing, rolling around in bed sheets or making out in an elevator, get ready for a whole lot of perfection.
Things don't look so good for Mary (Michelle Dockery) in the Season 4 trailer for Downton Abbey.
Although the new season picks up after the shocking death of Mary's husband Matthew, Mary will still have to process it. "You have a straightforward choice," the Dowager Countess warns Mary. "You must choose either life or death."