When Barbara Walters asked Katharine Hepburn why she never wore skirts, the actor gave an iconic reply: "I have one. I'll wear it to your funeral."
From waiting tables to working in the White House!
The last five seasons of Riverdale are typing...
Being a celebrity is like a reverse job application — you have to do interviews after the work is done. While some actors and musicians love to open up about their professional and personal lives, others despise it so much that they'll go YEARS without giving an interview.
A Lot Of Hollywood "Nepotism Babies" Have Famous Older Siblings — Here's What 14 Of Them Said About Growing Up In Their Shadow
In Hollywood, nepotism often extends to the siblings of the rich and famous. While that kind of boost can be good for your career, celebs like Noah Cyrus and Dannii Minogue have spoken out about how difficult it can be when you're constantly compared to your older sibling.
I'm a Veronica sun with a rising Drea moon.
Anne Hathaway channeled Andy from The Devil Wears Prada while sitting next to Anna Wintour at NYFW. Previously, she re-created one of her iconic Princess Diaries looks, too.
Queer Eye costars Jonathan Van Ness and Antoni Porowski were called out for using coupley, "clickbait" pictures to promote their new pet food venture. However, they aren't the first celebs to face criticism over a marketing campaign — and they aren't even the worst offenders.
Jimmy Kimmel recently faced backlash for lying on the stage during Quinta Brunson's acceptance speech at the Emmys. He later apologized, but it's not the first time a late-night host has been called out over awkward or controversial jokes.
12 Hollywood Nepotism Babies Who Actually Had To Audition For Their Parts, And 10 Who Got To Skip Straight To The Spotlight
These days, it seems like everyone in Hollywood is a "nepotism baby" — aka someone with already-famous parents. However, not all of them are just handed their roles on a silver platter. Sometimes, their parents make them audition just like everybody else.
10 Marvel And DC Costars And Crew Who Fell In Love On Set, And 5 Who Worked Together After Breaking Up
Over the years, many celeb couples have found love on the sets of superhero movies. Others, however, broke up BEFORE bringing an iconic comic book couple to life onscreen — or worse, in the middle of a years-long franchise.
Lily Tomlin should NOT have been treated this badly.
The rumor that Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine at the Venice Film Festival spread so quickly that both men commented on it. Chris vehemently denied it through his reps, but Harry made a joke about it in front of a stadium full of fans.
Florence Pugh's grandmother joined her on the red carpet for the Don't Worry Darling premiere in Venice. It wasn't the first time Flo's family joined her in the spotlight. When she was nominated for an Oscar in 2020, she brought her mom as her date.
Lizzo's VMAs Gown Was Praised For Challenging The Expectation For Plus-Size Women To Shrink Themselves, And 22 Other Times Celebs Challenged Toxic Beauty Standards
This year, celebrities like Kim and Khloé Kardashian have been called out for promoting unrealistic beauty standards. However, there are plenty of other people in Hollywood who are challenging those toxic expectations, including Lizzo, Selena Gomez, and Lili Reinhart.
17 Nickelodeon And Disney Actors We Grew Up Watching Who Spoke Out About What It Was Really Like Behind-The-Scenes
After Jennette McCurdy released her groundbreaking memoir, I'm Glad My Mom Died, fellow former Nickelodeon actors Daniella Monet (Victorious) and Alexa Nikolas (Zoey 101) joined her in calling out the network for refusing to listen to their concerns about overly sexualized scenes and failing to protect them from abuse.
"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness had practically a catalogue of cringedom to choose from. With all the graphics money can buy, his third eye just looked like Annoying Orange."
11 Celebrity Couples Who Kept Their Breakups Super Private, And 10 Who Dumped Each Other Very Publicly
Messy celeb breakups aren't just a social media thing. Before celebs were dumped on Twitter or accused of cheating via Instagram stories, a lot of Hollywood breakups played out in the tabloids or — in Matt Damon and Minnie Driver's case — on live TV.
Lil Nas X's look belongs in an art museum!
I just love when celeb couples coordinate!