Olivier Sarkozy, Mary-Kate Olsen
Did they or didn't they? Rumors are swirling that Mary-Kate Olsen secretly married her much older boyfriend Olivier Sarkozy.
The 28-year-old actress has been sporting a Cartier engagement ring since spring, but earlier this week Olsen was seen in the Hamptons with Sarkozy, 45, wearing gold bands on their left ring fingers while going to town on a sandwich.
Chelsea Clinton, Marc Mezvinsky
Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky welcomed their first child on Friday.
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jionni LaValle
Want to feel old? Snooki just gave birth to her second child.
"So happy to let you know we had our beautiful daughter this morning Giovanna Marie LaValle. 6.7 lbs, full head of black hair & perfect," the Jersey Shore, who was born Nicole Polizzi, star tweeted Friday.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Daily Show finally aired the controversial segment that left one participant in tears and calling the police.
In the segment, correspondent Jason Jones interviewed Native American activists and Washington Redskins fans about the criticism over the team's name in separate rooms. But after one Redskins fan suggested "we need to be sitting down to the people that actually are offended," Jones facilitated just that, bringing in the group of activists.
Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel
As we're sure you've already heard, Netflix is adding all of Gilmore Girls to its streaming service starting Oct. 1. That's seven seasons of lovable mother-daughter witty rapport and pop culture references! But Gilmore Girls isn't the only great addition to Netflix next month. Check out our roundup of the 16 other best new movies and shows you should stream in October.
It seems even James Franco can't take himself seriously anymore. The infamous multi-hyphenate has teamed up with AOL for a new web series Making a Scene, in which Franco and his friends remix iconic film scenes with other movies and genres.
The launch for the series was held at the satirically trendy Neuehouse in lower Manhattan, a space that describes itself as a "post-modernist 'machine for creating'... intended for solopreneurs" in its manifesto (because of course the place hosting a James Franco event has a manifesto).
During the screening, which featured mash-ups of Batman with Beetlejuice,Dirty Dancing with Reservoir Dogs and more, Franco repeatedly found himself face-palming at his own work. "They ended up being really funny — not intentionally," Franco remarked at one point.
One year after Paula Deen's emotional meltdown on Today — in which she insisted she wasn't racist and claimed she didn't know the N-word was offensive — the chef returned to the morning show Tuesday in an attempt to revive her career.