"People" magazine recently concluded that there is a hot male celebrity from every state in America, and went so far as to list all 50. As an example, Alabama is home to Channing Tatum, Enrique Iglesias resides in Florida, and Jon Hammis is out of Missouri.
But which hot male celeb represents Wyoming?
If you love comedy, you probably know the name Phyllis Diller. Many female comediennes agree that if it wasn’t for her pioneering spirit, at a time where most everything, including comedy was dominated by men, that they themselves would not be able to do what Phyllis loved to do, make people laugh...
Sad news is surfacing about long time radio personality Casey Kasem. According to TMZ, who acquired new documents stating Casey’s current condition, Casey’s heath is on a sharp decline and he's nearing death.
Maybe we're all wrong about this, but we thought human cloning was illegal. And if it is, then how do you explain the fact that Hollywood obviously made an exact copy of Helen Hunt and called her Leelee Sobieski? (We suppose "Helen Hunt Version 2.0" would have been too obvious.)
These funny Photoshop manipulations are one better than "stars without makeup" photos. They aren't just celebrities without makeup -- they're celebrities without stylists, personal chefs or trainers, or expensive clothes. We call it 'Extreme Makeunder: Celebrity Edition.'
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if women were just as hairy as men? Probably not, i'm sure. Things would be a lot different. You and your significant other could share shaving supplies and trimmers. It sure would put a lot of pressure on us guys to keep up and stay groomed. It's probably best that things stay the way they are. But you can't help but wonder. Here is a glimpse in