- Lauren Schutte at omg!4 hrs ago
Susan Sarandon shared a cheeky bit of info while visiting Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live!" Wednesday.
While playing a Q&A game, the host asked the veteran actress, "Name one major Hollywood event that you showed up to stoned."
"Only one?" Sarandon replied while laughing. "I would say, almost all except the Oscars."
While the "Dead Man Walking" star's confession has been making waves online, we thought we'd take a pause to highlight some other celebrities who've been under the influence while attending some of the industry's biggest events.
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Sarandon may have felt the Academy Awards were too high-brow and off limits for any recreational drug use, but Whoopi Goldberg copped to indulging in some nerve-calming marijuana before her 1991 Oscar win for "Ghost."
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Erykah Badu's done something that's not at all controversial. The outspoken singer, known almost as much for her activism as for her music, appears in new adds for Givenchy's spring collection. Badu, 42, explained to her hometown newspaper, the Dallas Morning News, just why she agreed to work with the brand and its creative director Riccardo Tisci. "Riccardo's a fan of my style," Badu said of the man who memorably dressed Kim Kardashian in a much-maligned floral frock for the Met Gala back in April. "He told me he really wanted to work with me because he had a special campaign he designed for me. He sent me some of the photos, and I was super-honored; I didn't take it for granted. Fashion is my thing, and I am a big fan of Riccardo's — not just because of his amazing eye, but because of his spirit, what he wanted. He wants to give models of color an opportunity, and he chose me as the face for that campaign because he told me I fit what he wanted to represent" In fact, the new collection is filled with Asian and African influences, with Erykah sporting tribal graphics and patterns. Her tresses, which were once regularly concealed with a head wrap, are completely pulled back in one shot and flowing in another. What do you think of her look?
- Hallie Stephens at omg!6 hrs ago
Candace Cameron Bure won America's heart as a child star on the hit family sitcom "Full House." And while she managed to avoid the pitfalls of early fame, she did suffer from bulimia well after her days on the show had ended.
"Omg! Insider" co-anchor Thea Andrews sat down with the 37-year-old to talk about her new book, "Balancing It All," but Candace also spoke candidly about her eating disorder, which she says didn't begin until after she married her husband, Valeri Bure, and moved to Montreal for his career as a professional hockey player. At the time, she admitted she was struggling to find balance as an actress and a new wife and turned to food for comfort. She told Thea, "Clearly it wasn't a healthy way to deal with things. That's really when my faith was kicked up a notch, and I sought comfort in my relationship with God and not with food."
- Sarah Flanigan at omg!11 hrs ago
Ryan Seacrest might be one of the busiest men in Hollywood with probably the max number of jobs that any man could have, but all his success had to start somewhere!
Lucky for us, the 38-year-old hit up "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Wednesday night and swapped stories with the late-night host about their early days as radio DJs. While Jimmy admitted to getting fired from five gigs early in his career, Ryan admitted that he still appreciates his radio jobs and how all the hours of broadcasting live help him with his "American Idol" hosting duties.
"I love it. I really do. I'm exhausted many days by the end of the day, but I feel like one of the reasons I was confident enough to host live television is because I've done so many hours of live radio," he told the late night host. "I mean, I was scared to death, terrified when I started 'American Idol.' But after doing so many hours of live radio you handle all kinds of different situations, and I think that helped with me hosting."
So, just how many hours has Ryan spent on air? Well, he didn't give an exact number, but he did say how old he was when he began his career.
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Then: Nick Cannon and Amanda Bynes were part of a cast of teens and, in Amanda's case, pre-teens on the Nickelodeon sketch comedy "All That" in the late '90s. "#TBT This is why I could never be a tough guy rapper!" Cannon captioned an Instagram photo of the pair, then about ages 18 and 12, respectively, alongside co-star and current "Saturday Night Live" performer Kenan Thompson. "Lol #NickFamily @AmandaBynes happy you are doing better."
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Lea Michele is slowly healing.
The "Glee" star appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Thursday to promote her new single, "Cannonball," and face the inevitable questions about how she's coping with the death of her boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith.
The talk show host used a gentle touch when asking about the fallen star, who died of a heroin overdose in July. Ellen reminded Lea — who was not wearing her favorite "Cory" necklace — that it was on her show last December that Cory first confirmed he and Lea were dating.
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Talk about "Chaotic"!
Kevin Federline has announced that he's going to be a father for the sixth time. The 35-year-old and his new bride, Victoria Prince, are expecting their second child next year.
Britney Spears's ex-husband made the big announcement by selling photos of himself with Prince, whom he married in Las Vegas over the summer, wearing matching T-shirts with the number "6" on the back. On the front, it said "Juan Moore" in white letters. (For those not fluent in K-Fed speak, that would be "one more.")
The former backup dancer, "Celebrity Fit Club" contestant, and mastermind behind the unforgettable "PopoZão" and Prince are parents to a 2-year-old daughter, Jordan. He also has two sons with Spears (Sean Preston, 8, and Jayden, 7) and two kiddos with ex-girlfriend Shar Jackson (Kori, 11, and Kaleb, 9).
- Jenny Depper at omg!14 hrs ago
Sandra Bullock and Jodie Foster recently reminded us exactly why they consistently remain the center of attention: they have fabulous, sensible style. Watch these two Oscar winners battle it out in this week's fashion faceoff.
What they wore: A fitted wool Roland Mouret dress with asymmetrical paneling, retailing at $2,285.
When they wore it: The "Gravity" star was eye-catching in the frock at a press conference in Tokyo for her Golden Globe-nominated film on Dec. 5. Foster looked radiant in the dress at the Los Angeles premiere of "Elysium" in August.
How they styled it: Bullock picked a red-hot version of the frock and paired it with black pumps, stackable bangles, sleek, straight locks, and dramatic eye makeup. Foster opted for cooler tones with a jade dress, which highlighted her blue eyes. She kept her overall look simple with silver, strappy heels, minimal accessories, and a pale pink pucker.
- Sarah Flanigan at omg!16 hrs ago
Oprah Winfrey seems to have it all, but the one thing she never wanted? Kids!
While the 60-year-old media mogul did have a baby when she was 14 (the child died weeks after birth), she revealed in the Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment issue that she's actually known since she was younger that being a mom just wasn't for her.
"Gayle [King] was the kind of kid who, in seventh grade home ec class, was writing down the names of her children," Winfrey said of her bff. "While she was having those kind of daydreams, I was having daydreams about how I could be Martin Luther King."
Clearly her career has played a big part in her decision to not have a family, something she's thought a lot about. "If I had kids, my kids would hate me," she said.
Oprah revealed to Barbara Walters in 2010 what she thought would have happened if the circumstances were different and she ended up being a parent. "I'd be one of those people that the kid's coming and saying, 'Mom, you've neglected me.'"
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Ashley Benson and her "Pretty Little Liars" stars are beauties, but they're not flawless.
The 23-year-old took to Instagram Wednesday night to blast a promo image from her ABC Family series that was retouched to such a degree that she thinks it looks fake.
"Saw this floating around," the blonde wrote. "Hope it's not the [official] poster. Our faces in this were from 4 years ago ... and we all look ridiculous. Way too much photo shop. We all have flaws. No one looks like this. It's not attractive."