The caveman look.
1998: a time when Spice Girls, Radiohead, and Cherry Poppin' Daddies could coexist at the top of the charts.
Sadly, not all in the same place at the same time.
People are saving the big guns for Paris.
"She’s still hot — very hot."
The veteran jewelry designer talks about her new massive, metal-filled art installation.
Oprah serves up some Cruella de Vil realness.
Also, Warby Parker is getting its first store.
"I was on Glee, I was on The Simpsons, now I'm in The Hunger Games. I'm getting my kid cred!
See you on opening night!
Nice job, Nicole. Way to punch a Muppet in the face.
Word of advice: Don't serve Lenny Kravitz anything with walnuts.
He still hasn't finished 'Catching Fire.'
They want Harrelson for the role of head gamemaker Seneca.
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The dead R&B singer took Kravitz in as a teenager.