Brooklyn Decker on balancing motherhood with her career
Decker discusses being a "millennial mompreneur" as she expects her second child.
Decker calls out hypocrisy on both sides regarding sexual assault allegations.
Like so many others, celebrities put on their eclipse glasses, headed outside and enjoyed the total solar eclipse on Monday. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Amy Schumer and Candice Bergen were just a few of the stars who shared their experiences on social media. Bergen shared a photo of herself watching with
With Mark Schlabach's most recent Way-Too-Early Top 25 rankings as our guide, we have ranked everything from the weakest position groups to the most likely future presidential candidates. This week, football meets Hollywood. Who are the top celebrity fans for the top 25 teams? 1. Alabama Crimson
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are ready to be parents. On Sunday, the model and her singer husband celebrated the impending birth of their little girl with a baby shower in New York City, documenting the event on Instagram . "Luckiest girls around," Teigen captioned one photo. Several of her
Chris Martin and the band revealed the inspiration behind their upcoming halftime performance and shared how they got BeyoncÃ© to perform with them.
Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick are parents! The couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy, on Sept. 30, a source confirmed to ABC News. No other details, including the baby's name, were made available. Decker, 28, and Roddick, 33, have been married since 2009. Earlier this year, the model
The Special Olympics World Games kicked off with Saturday night's opening ceremony at L.A. Coliseum. From the parade of nations to the lighting of the cauldron, here is how the Twitterverse weighed in on the star-studded event: Getting ready Many of the Special Olympics Global Ambassadors showed
The supermodel and actress explains how her family inspired her to become a Special Olympics Ambassador.
Brooklyn Decker , the actress and supermodel, is now a global ambassador for the Special Olympics , and it’s all because of one woman: her aunt, Tara Moore. “She was born without her corpus callosum, which connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain,” Decker said. Because of that, Tara,