"We are doing Old Hollywood," said Tori Spelling, describing the photo shoot happening in her living room. "I'm gonna be a very pregnant Jean Harlow." A crew for her reality TV show "Home Sweet Hollywood" captured it all. It was Spelling's life imitating art imitating life -- just another day in
Theatres in NYC will go dark for one minute to honor legendary film actress.
Anne Hathaway will be trading in her beige sequins at the Golden Globes for black latex, playing Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises." Anne seems like good fit to play Catwoman, whose unmasked name is (usually) Selina Kitt. Since Anne will soon be the sixth actress to portray the iconic role, here's
Susan Helfgot's husband struggled with heart disease and, when he died, she made the difficult decision to donate his face. It was given to a Vietnam veteran living the life of a recluse while he awaited a transplant. In "The Match," Susan Helfgot writes the heartfelt account of this story. Read an
Brides magazine is celebrating its 75th anniversary this month and looking back at nearly eight decades of bridal fashion. With the help of the magazine's editor in chief, Millie Martini Bratten, "Good Morning America" looked at trends from other decades that are reappearing on brides of the 21st
Millie Bratten of Bride's magazine presents eight decades of wedding fashions.
Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but over the years there have been some beauties that almost all beholders and critics have been able to agree on. Grace Kelly in the 1950s, Cindy Crawford in the 1990s and these days it's Angelina Jolie or perhaps Kate Hudson, People magazine's "Most
Julia Angelina and that glamorous and elegant show stoppers. So how do celebrity's pull all together for their walked on the red carpet. Joining us that we can expect to see this season is Juliana Carano. Owner of the Manhattan retail shop where vintage children and a welcome thank you humor of the
Anna Nicole Smith's looks were captivating, and her antics were so strange we couldn't help but be curious. "She was a train wreck," said Vanity Fair writer Dominick Dunne. "A beautiful train wreck." Smith lived her adult life in the spotlight -- cameras capturing her every joy, and most recently,
What is it about fame and fortune that leads beauty icons to untimely ends?