Jason and Kylie Kelce's Adorable Family Photos Prove They're the Perfect Team

NFL Star Jason Kelce and Wife Kylie Welcome Baby No. 3

Jason Kelce almost fumbled his first date with his now-wife Kylie. Almost.
After swiping right on Tinder, Kylie initially assumed that the person she was talking to was not the Philadelphia Eagles player—but a catfish instead. However, she decided that either way, meeting the person on the other end of the screen at a bar was a good game plan.
"Right away when she walks in the door, the most beautiful woman I've ever seen," Jason, 35, recalled in the Prime Video documentary Kelce, adding that was the encounter "very much like love at first sight."
But for Kylie, 31, the moment that sticks out the most from their …

Why NFL Fans Are Convinced Joe Burrow Is Engaged to Olivia Holzmacher

Celeb Couples Full of Fireworks

Joe Burrow may be getting ready to tackle marriage.

At least according to retired NFL star Adam "Pacman" Jones, who recently suggested the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback and longtime girlfriend Olivia Holzmacher are making plans to walk down the wedding aisle.

"I think life is great for Burrow," Adam, who played for the Bengals between 2010 and 2017, said on the Aug. 22 episode of the Pat McAfee Show. "Just got engaged, too."

And while the former cornerback's admission set off a round of applause at the radio show, neither Joe nor Olivia have confirmed nor denied their engaged.

Joe and Olivia, both 26, started dating in Augus…

Why Lisa Kudrow Told Ex Conan O'Brien "You're No One" Before His Late-Night Launch

Conan O'Brien Rings in His 2021 PCA Nomination

Lisa Kudrow knew that they didn't know what she knew about Conan O'Brien

The Friends alum recently opened up about supporting the Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend podcast host ahead of his Late Night hosting debut in 1993. 

"I just knew, ‘You're trying to replace David Letterman. No one replaces David Letterman,'" the 60-year-old said she told her longtime friend in a Vanity Fair interview published on Dec. 20. "‘You're no one.' It can't be anybody that an audience would know."

The Comeback actress was convinced that Conan—who also described his t…

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Photographer Addresses Report About 2021 Picture

Kate Middleton Viral Photo: Agency Addresses Photoshop Claims

The photographer behind Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 2021 maternity photoshoot is setting the record straight.

After a recent article suggested the photo the Duke and Duchess of Sussex used to announce they were expecting now-2-year-old Princess Lilibet—a picture that showed them relaxing underneath a tree as Meghan placed a hand on her baby bump—had been doctored, Misan Harriman clapped back. 

"Unfortunately, there's been an article on the Daily Mail saying that I have admitted to doctoring the pregnancy announcement portrait I took of Harry and Meghan," he said in a video shared to Instagram Ma…

Let These Photos of Former Couples at the Oscars Award You a Trip Down Memory Lane

2024 Oscars: The Cutest Couples on the Red Carpet!

Barbenheimer won't be the only duo making headlines at the 2024 Oscars.

After all, the ceremony turns into a glamorous date night for many celebrity couples. And whether nominees are celebrating a win with their loved ones or looking for them to take on a supporting role after a tough loss, they're glad they have their significant other by their side. 

But as movies have shown viewers, not all love stories have a happy ending. And while not every romance lasts, fans will always have these exes' time together captured on film.

Like who could forget Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's red carpet appearances or Nicole Kidman's wit…

Brittany Cartwright Gets Candid About "Scary" Doubts She Had Before Jax Taylor Separation

Brittany Cartwright Opens Up About “Hard Times” With Jax Taylor

Brittany Cartwright is revealing there were cracks in her and Jax Taylor's marriage long before she announced their separation last month.

In fact, the Vanderpump Rules alum recently shared how she could relate to the relationship troubles former costars Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval faced before their 2023 breakup.

"I can kind of get how you get into this, like, friendship, roommate-type situation and then you just feel like you are kind of stuck a little bit," Brittany explained to BravoTV.com in an interview published March 12. "Not that I am, but like I feel that way sometimes if me and Jax are going t…

How Coachella Became the Influencer Olympics

If you scroll through the TikTok page of Linda Cuadros, a social media strategist and podcaster based in Miami, you will see viral videos of what she calls the “pre-influencer era’” of Coachella. There are images of flower crowns, the occasional celebrity sighting, and, most notably, way fewer social media influencers.

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, taking place in Indio, Calif. and now entering into this year’s second three-day weekend, has changed since Cuadros attended in 2014, 2015, and 2016. According to the comments on her videos with nearly 1 million views, she’s not the only one nostalgic for the Coachella she once knew. “This is what made me want to go, but now it’s a money pit for mostly influencers,” writes …

How One TikTok Creator Is Taking Due Credit

Last November, Jordyn Williams posted a TikTok of an original dance set to a song called “No Love” by J.K. Mac. The 19-year-old from Birmingham, Ala., thus inadvertently set off a dance challenge that came to be named, for that song, the #NoLoveChallenge. This, in turn, spawned another challenge, the #HerWayChallenge, when the choreography was set to a sped-up version of a PARTYNEXTDOOR song of the same name. In the dance, Williams can be seen swinging her hair around and sensually moving her hips, clearly drawing influence from the majorette tradition.

Williams has been a majorette dancer since her freshman year of high school, her coach a former Sensational Stingette in the danceline at Alabama State University, which appeared in Beyoncé’s Coachella docu…

Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues Is a Delight

Determining the most influential pop-culture figure of the 20th century is probably a fool’s errand. But if you truly had to choose one, your best bet would be Louis Armstrong. He was one of the forefathers of modern jazz, shaping that art form as we know it today. The story of America, one of both resplendent hopefulness and inhuman oppression, was written in his bones—he turned the Star-Spangled Banner into a fractured anthem of pride and frustration long before Jimi Hendrix did. And to hear and see him—singing in his incomparably expressive purr, hitting one of his famously sweet high C’s on the trumpet, dishing the dirt with amiable savoir faire on a TV talk show—was to love him. Through a career spanning more than half a century, the world came to ador…