Gregg Sulkin is pretty much the definition of dreamy. And now that he's hanging around Rosewood on "Pretty Little Liars," it’s easy to see that hot is a genetic trait in the Fitz family. We hope that two episodes he's starred in so far are only the beginning of Gregg's run on "PLL." And if this helps persuade the show's producers, by the way, he’s also this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Gregg and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: The 20-year-old is from London where he also attended school but even as a kid, he managed to make time for acting. He made his debut starring in the "Doctor Zhivago" miniseries back in 2002 at the tender age of 10. And, for those wondering, his favorite football team is the Arsenal Football Club.
The Big Freakin' News alarms are officially wailing in Hollywood gossipworld today, as news broke last night that longtime single lady icon Jennifer Aniston is at last engaged to be married to fellow actor (and boyfriend of a year-ish) Justin Theroux!
A rep happily confirmed to People that Justin proposed to Jen while they celebrated his 41st birthday on Friday, with her enthusiastic "Yes!" being the best gift he could have ever received. (Awww. But she did get him some other stuff, right? Hedging your bets on the chance of a birthday proposal seems like a risky proposition.)
Can you think of a better newsstand home for the adventurously stylish Nina Dobrev than on the cover of a magazine called Fashion? Neither can we! So it's terrific to see her looking perfectly in place on the front of their September issue, where she posed for a photoshoot wearing some typically bold and beautiful outfits that ordinary humans couldn't pull off even in their wildest dreams (that suit she's sporting on the cover? So fabulous, and SO not fair).
And inside, she's talking candidly about her on-set wardrobe, her relationship with Ian Somerhalder and how her role on "The Vampire Diaries" has prepared her for what—and whatever—comes next.
According to Nina, fashion isn't just something she enjoys playing with in her personal life; it's also a source of professional inspiration.
Remember when photos came out that showed Kristen Stewart not-so-secretly smooching "Snow White and the Hunstman" director Rupert Sanders, and both parties issued apologies confirming the dalliance, and the internet lost its freakin' mind? Yes! So do we! (It was just two weeks ago, after all.) And while voices of reason in reaction to the "cheating scandal" have been hard to come by, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" director Bill Condon has taken to the pages of Entertainment Weekly to offer some much-needed perspective to freaked-out fans alongside the magazine's sneak peek at the upcoming movie. So gather round, everyone, and listen to the wise, wise words of Uncle Bill as he addresses concerns that Kristen and Rob's on-the-rocks real-life relationship might ruin the fun of promoting the last film in "The Twilight Saga."
"The fact is, these are actors playing parts, and maybe it’s not such a bad thing that people be reminded of that," he said. "Both of these actors gave heart and soul to the 'Twilight' movies, not only during shooting, but also by navigating so graciously the whole life-in-a-fishbowl aspect of the phenomenon. Above all they have always shown great respect for the fans who made these movies such a success. Now it’s time that some of that respect be returned to them."
In what was possibly the most discreet celebrity wedding ever to occur in the history of Hollywood, Natalie Portman quietly married her baby-daddy Benjamin Millepied in a private ceremony this weekend...making this the first and last time we'll ever use the words "baby-daddy" and "Natalie Portman" in the same post. (We do, however, reserve the right to intentionally botch the new bride's name at least once and refer to her accidentally-on-purpose as "Mrs. Millipede.")
Few details are known about the wedding (first reported by People), which took place in Big Sur, California, but according to various outlets:
a) it was a Jewish ceremony
b) the couple exchanged vows after dark
c) Ivanka Trump was in attendance
Miley Cyrus is Marie Claire's new September cover girl, and if you weren't sure whether or not the newly engaged pop star is leaving behind her Disney image for good, the first f-bomb she drops in her interview (just one of many, apparently) ought to dispel any lingering questions as to her fresh, fun and not-intended-for-family-viewing attitude about life after Hannah Montana. And between the glam-rock style she's sporting in her photoshoot, and the glam rock adorning her ring finger courtesy of fiance Liam Hemsworth, Miley was all too happy to talk about how she's handling her transition from tween sensation to grown-up lady...albeit a grown-up lady who still scoots over to Mom and Dad's house when she finds herself getting the home-alone heebie-jeebies.
"If Liam is traveling and I'm feeling creeped out, I can go to my parents'. Or I'll walk over there in the morning for coffee," she said—an easy proposition, since her folks live just two doors down. Meanwhile, Miley and Liam now live together in the home she used to share with her family, where the star is still getting used to being mistress of the manor.
by Ashleigh Schmitz
Who knew Will Ferrell was such a Twilighter?
Last night the funny man arrived on Conan O'Brien's TBS show looking more despondent than ever before. Turns out, he's just as upset about Kristen "KStew" Stewart's betrayal of Robert "RPattz" Pattinson as we are.
While promoting his new movie "The Campaign," Will was reduced to a blubbering puddle of tears, getting choked up about the couple's assumed demise and the future of "Twilight." (Again, who knew?)
"I don't know if there was anything I could have done to prevent it. I don't know what it means to the 'Twilight' franchise, I just don't know!" Will shout-cried.
It looks like Taylor Swift has a brand new beau—and depending on how things work out, her next album might just be heavy on themes of power and politics! (That is, if she's not forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement to protect the famously private family's most seeeecret secrets.)
The singer was spotted hand-in-hand this past weekend with Conor Kennedy, one of the younger and more eligible bachelors of the legendary political family, and Gossip Cop has reports from a close friend that the two have been "quietly" dating.
Hey, guys! So, uh, crazy weather we're having lately, eh? And how about those Yankees? And...yeah, okay, enough of this idle chit-chat; after yesterday's whirlwind of gory gossip, grainy photos and gasp-worthy statements from both (apparently) guilty parties, we can't actually avoid talking about the big to-do that was Kristen Stewart and "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders admitting to a dalliance. And with KStew making up one half of everyone's favorite Hollywood couple, the questions are flying fast and furious about whether this means the end of her much-discussed relationship with "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson.
But while everyone else debates the will-they-or-won't-they aspects of the maybe-breakup, we're just hoping they don't—break up, that is. And not just because they make such great subject matter, either! Here's why we'd love to see these two crazy kids come through the darkness, get over the hump and work it out after all.
Following the release of photos in which Kristen Stewart can be seen kissing her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, both have issued public apologies via People.
"I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected. This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry," Kristen said, acknowledging for the first time her relationship with "Twilight" co-star Robert.