Imagine what could have been if Kevyn Aucoin were still documenting his dream life as a celebrity makeup artist. Would the legendary artist be snapping selfies with one of his career canvases, Cher? How many more voicemails from Liza Minnelli would there be? Of the contemporary divas, who, today, might have been his Instagram [...]
Heather Graham Reflects on Her Career and Desire to Portray More ‘Smart, Strong’ Characters (Exclusive)
Growing up, Heather Graham was sure she wanted to be the next Meryl Streep. "If someone made me cry, I thought that was the ultimate achievement," the 47-year-old actress tells ET, laughing. "I just felt like, 'I want to be in really depressing films that will win an Academy Award.' And then I thought, 'I don't, [...]
A vase of lilies sits amidst medical paraphernalia used to keep Elaine Stritch's diabetes in check. Her caretaker has just arranged the flowers and set them in the middle of the kitchen table - flowers I brought her as a token of gratitude for inviting me into her Birmingham, Mich., home, and because it's almost [...]
Why is Joe Jonas talking about whips and leather?
Dolly Parton scoots into a drab backstage garage on her own two legs like a unicorn dream: knee-length canary yellow dress, rhinestones, more rhinestones, and a glow that can apparently turn even an industrial underground into heaven on earth.
Meryl Streep is laughing her signature laugh. You know it: Sometimes light and airy, sometimes a surge of boisterous euphoria that carries well into the next question...
I told my mom I interviewed Mariah Carey and she cried. "I know how much this means to you," she said, verklempt. She knows Mariah saved my life...
"Suited" is the perfect fit for Lena Dunham. Producer of the thought-provoking documentary about the powerful relationship between fashion and identity, Dunham knows firsthand that bending the gender rules by wearing a suit can be a transformative experience.
Boys do Nick Jonas sometimes, but it's mostly girls. They dress up as the pop star, emulating his rousing onstage persona and donning denim that looks practically painted on.
First the screwdriver, then the peanut butter. But Lea DeLaria's love for "Orange Is the New Black" goes beyond the craftiness of her shenanigans with both a hand tool and a classic sandwich spread as a regular on TV's Emmy-winning prison drama.