Wesley Snipes, who admired Michael Jackson’s impact to the world, called the late singer an angel.
She’s had an image of everything from sex-vixen to Mother Earth and now it seems Angelina Jolie may want to add politician to that list.
Miley Cyrus has sold more than 7 million albums and her concert film, ” Miley Cyrus /Hannah Montana: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour 3-D,” raked in $65 million at U.S. box offices.
Simon Cowell, who previously hit the headlines with his recent split with his longtime girlfriend, has been so inspired by the theatrics of the U.S. election campaign, he plans to change the way British politics is covered.
Heroes star Hayden Panettiere, who previously sported a new tattoo, has praised celebrities for getting involved in the upcoming U.S. presidential election as she insisted that their influence has brought politics to a new generation.
Brad Pitt, who has six children with Angelina Jolie, admits the couple are no strangers to arguing, but insists it is important in a relationship to clear the air.
Kirtsen Dunst has revealed that U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama gets her vote and not only when it comes to politics.
Rudy Giuliani, who is the former mayor of New York, dismissed Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama as a “celebrity senator” without leadership experience or significant accomplishment in his keynote address to the Republican National Convention.
Lindsay Lohan, who previously wrote her reply to her father’s drinking claims, turned political as she addresses the controversy surrounding the pregnancy of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s 17-year-old daughter Bristol.
Michelle Obama gave the kind of intimate, emotional endorsement only a wife could give in her headlining speech kicking off the Democratic National Convention on Monday night.
Roseanne Barr has reportedly launched a scathing attack on Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie – branding them “evil”.
George Clooney has dismissed the speculations that he has been calling Barack Obama to offer advice on body language, presentation and policy.