The 92 Academy Awards were held on February 9th and while the award show is wildly famous with millions of...
Is it the 2000s?
Which famous celebrities have talent and brains?
It's up to you as Nancy Drew.
Classic Hollywood, am I right?
"It’s a false idol.”
We always think celebrities have it all -- the fame, the money, the glitz, and the glamour. But, have you ever wondered how many of these stars have some sort of a college degree?
The ladies in the CollegeCandy office agree: 'Magic Mike' was a terrible movie. Sure, we expected it to be bad given the premise and cast, but we figured we could suspend our standards just this once to indulge in some shallow (but satisfying) eye candy.
Anne Hathaway stepped out in London last night, sporting a brand new super short haircut. Apparently, the pixie cut is for a role. And that's a good thing, because Anne doesn't look to happy about it. In all the photos, she's clutching her head in a very weird way. So either she's sprouting a unicorn horn (as guessed by CC Editor Alex), or she's really not feeling her new 'do.
After the Oscars this Sunday, rumors have been circulating that Natalie Portman and her fiance, Benjamin Millepied, have secretly married. The rumors started when Oscar viewers noticed a new addition to Portman's left ring finger. The choreographer, Millepied, was seen sporting a band on his left hand, as well.
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When I go to class at 8 a.m. wearing no makeup, I don’t look good. It’s not fair that some...
Senate Republicans blocked President Obama’s hu-mun-go jobs plan when it went up for vote in Congress this week. The $447 billion bill included a number of incentives and policies that Obama said would increase job growth, support small, struggling businesses and ultimately bolster the still-faltering economy. Fortunately or not, enough of Congress didn’t agree.