Ireland has become the first nation in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote, and celebrities are overjoyed by the historic decision, expressing their excitement on social media.
Lance Bass does not “kiss and tell,” but he does admit that “sex is a broad term.” Ouch.
It’s Cinco de Mayo, the tequila-infused holiday that most Americans misconstrue for the Mexican Fourth of July.
Lo siento mis amigos, but Mexico’s Independence Day is September 16th. Today we honor the underdogs.
By now, you’ve probably seen one of your Facebook friends dump a bucket of freezing water on themselves to raise awareness for ALS. If not, there’s this viral thing that’s going around online where people either donate money towards researching a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease or be doused by ice water.
Either way, it…
In celebration of the defeat of the Defense of Marriage Act, celebrities crammed into New York’s Cathedral of Saint John the Divine last night for Logo’s Trailblazers event. Those honored at the event included the cast of Orange Is the New Black, Edie Windsor and Roberta Kaplan whose court case resulted in the Supreme Court’…
After N’Sync wet our whistles with their reunion performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs, every millennial out there has been craving for more from the 90s boy band. Apparently, the wait will soon be over because Lance Bass has confirmed that Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone will be reuniting once more.
We’ve rounded up some of the best and most insightful celebrity tweets from the past 24 hours.
Rihanna shows off her booty for Sorrenti, Katy Perry scolds person at gym, Lea Michele gets to sing her favorite song, plus more fascinating celeb twitter posts and words of wisdom below.
If you’re just as excited as we are about the American Music Awards tonight, this will definitely blow your mind.
Celebuzz fans can tune in here to watch the Coca-Cola Red Carpet Live! pre-show beginning at 5pm ET/2pm PT, courtesy of Yahoo, hosted by Lance Bass and Jordin Sparks, featuring performances by Fifth Harmony, Jesse McCartney, and…