We're not sure we're ready.
And he's on "an odyssey in reverse!"
"What's good for the goose is good for the gander."
'America is pregnant with a new baby we call hope and freedom.' Right!
Also, she smuggles O'Douls out of parties. Spectacular.
Hey, we would too, if we'd been ditched by our lawyers and owed lenders $3.1 million.
We've already started doing butt crunches.
The rapper, who'll perform at the Knicks home opener tomorrow night, last released a solo album in 1999, approximately the same time the Knicks were last relevant.
On his first night out with Diddy and Jay-Z, the young rapper was also surprised to meet a new guy named Ralph.
So that’s why no other celebrities attended! But at least Guy Ritchie was there. And, um, her children. And David Blaine...
The candidates reveal their favorite songs; and we read too much into it.
If there's one surefire way to gossip-column success, it's becoming a lesbian. Unfortunately, the ladies the summer seem to have taken things a little bit too far, and now there's no cachet left to spare.
As we prepare to see the contents of Barack Obama's iPod, we ponder whether he is really more of a man of the people than his patrician predecessor.
The pop singer thought with her dollars before she caved into the demands of her heart. Aw, isn't that sweet?
That's what 'Latina' is reporting. At first, we didn't believe it, but then we got mad at ourselves for even trying to think about it rationally.
This weekend, New York's skyline is going to be a little more pink and purrrty, in honor of Mariah Carey.
We just personally got invited to a party by Lydia Hearst! She said "Hey You!" in the subject line!
And RZA has one on Mick Jagger! At least, that's what they said at a Belvedere party last night.