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Christina Aguilera graces the new cover of ‘Paper’ magazine with "minimal makeup.” The singer credits her transformation from "assless chaps" to "old Hollywood-inspired retro glam" to being a performer by nature and progress in diversity in Hollywood, telling haters where to shove it.
RuPaul has become the first drag queen to be awarded a Hollywood star. Jane Fonda, who RuPaul emulated as a child, made the introduction. “This is absolutely the most important moment in my professional career,” he said in his acceptance speech.
Ryan Seacrest’s former stylist has accused him of sexual aggression. The ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan’ host, who is scheduled to co-host E! Network’s annual red-carpet Oscars show this Sunday, denies all claims and says she was trying to extort millions from him.
Monica Lewinsky was recently uninvited to a "Town and Country" magazine event about "social change" because Bill Clinton decided to attend. "Emily Post would def not approve," Lewinsky tweeted. "And definitely, please don't try to ameliorate the situation by insulting me with an offer of an article in your mag."
The newly-released documentary on Mister Rogers, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” shows the TV personality’s tough side. The ordained Presbyterian minister and puppeteer set out to create a different kind of show for kids, taking on tough concepts like bullying, fear, divorce and death.
Danica Patrick crashed in the Indianapolis 500, the final race of her career, though she walked away unharmed. Thirteen years earlier, she made history as the first woman to hold the lead in IndyCar racing's signature event.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend celebrated President Trump’s birthday with a nearly $300,000 donation to the ACLU. The couple took to Twitter to criticize the administration’s “inhumane policies” of separating parents and kids when they cross the Mexico-U.S. border.