Finally, we know why Sofia Vergara's new boo didn't escort her down the red carpet on Emmys night!
Joe Manganiello, 37, reportedly skipped the 2014 Emmy Awards because he wanted to attend a Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
Jessica Alba is one brilliant businesswoman!
Which of these beautiful chicas is the better dancer?
Selena Gomez had a little fun earlier this week when she challenged Chrissy Teigen to a dance-off.
Gomez, 22, posted a video dancing to Sia's "Chandelier." She captioned the kooky video: "Hey @chrissyteigen wanna dance off??"
Another couple has called it quits: Bella Thorne and her boyfriend, Tristan Klier, have split!
E! News reports that a fan asked the 16-year-old Blended actress if she and Klier were still together. "@bellathorne are u still withTristan or not? Im confused," the fan tweeted. Thorne replied, "@bellathorneNL no i'm not."
Want more of our September 2014 cover star, Eva Longoria? Check out these exclusive quotes from her cover shoot and don't miss the rest of her interview on newsstands, September 9th!
Kick off those Sunday shoes, Sofia!
Sofia Vergara turned up the heat at HBO's 2014 Emmy Awards after-party on Monday night. The Modern Family actress and Dancing With The Stars' pro Derek Hough teamed up for a wild jaunt on the dance floor.
It's not looking good, Chile.
Victor Estrella Burgos is making history — in more ways than one.
The 34-year-old tennis player will be the oldest person to make his debut at the U.S. Open when he takes to the courts in Flushing Meadows, New York, this week. He will also be the first Dominican to ever play in the Grand Slam Tournament.
Women's Equality Day falls on August 26, the anniversary of the day that the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote.
"Women are succeeding like never before. Their contributions are growing our economy and advancing our nation," President Barack Obama said in a statement on Monday. "But, despite these gains, the dreams of too many mothers and daughters continue to be deferred and denied."
"There is still more work to do and more doors of opportunity to open," he continued.