Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift dominate the most popular Instagram photos of 2015
Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift have demonstrated the power of the Millennial by dominating Instagram in 2015. Instagram today revealed that a photo of Jenner, who has 42.5million followers, with her hair formed into heart shapes was the most ‘liked’ and commented on picture of the year. Presently, the photo has been ‘liked’ 3.2 million times. Following Jenner was Taylor Swift, in second and third place. Swift, pictured alongside an impressive bouquet of flowers sent to her by Kanye West after presenting him with a VMA Vanguard award was the second most popular and third-ranked was Swift and Calvin Harris appearing to address speculation over their relationship.
Beyoncé and Jay Z Sleeping in Separate Bedrooms — Are They on the Brink of Divorce?
Things are not looking good for longtime couple Beyoncé and Jay Z. According to a new report, the couple have been living in separate areas of their massive Beverly Hills rental home. “Jay Z and Beyoncé each have their own bedrooms,” a staffer who works for the duo reveals. “They are on opposite sides of a long hallway with [daughter] Blue Ivy’s room in between them.”
Sandra Bullock Adopted Another Kid
The Oscar winner, 51, reveals that she has adopted a daughter, 3½-year-old Laila (pronounced Lila), a little girl from Louisiana who had been in foster care.“When I look at Laila, there’s no doubt in my mind that she was supposed to be here,” says Bullock, who adopted son Louis, 5, in 2010.
Jaden Smith “Sees Himself as a Modern-Day Prophet,” Writing Philosophy Book
Deep thoughts. “I don’t think I’m as revolutionary as Galileo,” Jaden Smith recently told GQ. “But I don’t think I’m not as revolutionary as Galileo.” And like the Renaissance scientist, the 17-year-old son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith has a few ideas to champion. “Jaden sees himself as a modern-day prophet and is working on a collection of essays,”
Nick Cannon has Scored a Job at Radio Shack
RadioShack’s desperation to regain relevancy collided with pop culture Wednesday when it named entertainment mogul Nick Cannon as its chief creative officer. For the electronics chain, which has been trying to remake itself under new ownership after filing for bankruptcy protection early this year, the appointment means an opportunity to distance the brand from its 1980s-era reputation and appeal to Millennials.
Dave Franco, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort ‘and 2,500 other actors’ have auditioned for role of young Han Solo in Star Wars spin-off
He’s been named as one of the greatest movie characters of all-time. And now Disney has to find a young version of Han Solo, the star of both three of the earliest Star Wars films as well as the new one, The Force Awakens, which comes out on December 18. Harrison Ford has played the character the whole time.
25 Best TV Shows of 2015
From female superheroines to cyberpunk hackers, the year’s small-screen highpoints. What an insanely abundant year for TV. There was so much to feast on in 2015 — the year America finally recognized the severity of our Peak TV glut — but these shows were the peakiest of the peaks. Punk hackers. Leopard-print-loving hip-hop divas. Sleazy politicians, sci-fi cartoon trippers and bad-girl noir detectives. Spies, drug dealers and cannibals. And that’s just a typical episode of Empire. Here’s to a year where TV reached history-making creative heights — and here’s to more in 2016.
Barbara Walters Presents Her Annual ’10 Most Fascinating People’ List
Barbara Walters’ definitive 10 Most Fascinating People of 2015 list is out, meaning Amy Schumer will officially have the chance to claim her rightful seat on the throne (as Queen of the World or something like that) once and for all. Schumer, Bradley Cooper, and Tracy Morgan are just a few of the people who were appointed with Walters’ annual honor. The number one most fascinating person will be revealed, and they will all be interviewed as part of her ABC News special, on Dec. 17 at 9:30 p.m. ET.
Dean Martin Will Return to Vegas, In Hologram Form
Next year, entertainment audiences will be transported back to the Rat Pack era thanks to an upcoming Dean Martin hologram, which will debut in Las Vegas with a full stage show, VF.com can exclusively report.Immortalized as the “King of Cool,” Martin will be resurrected in high definition by Hologram USA so that new audiences can experience the effortlessly cool charmer as he performs a number of his timeless hits—“That’s Amore,” “Everybody Loves Somebody,” “You’re Nobody till Somebody Loves You”—and comedy bits that established him, with Jerry Lewis, as one of the most popular comedy duos in Hollywood history—and one of the most sought-after variety acts in Vegas for decades.
Jimmy Page Isn’t Taking Keith Richards’ Led Zeppelin Insult Seriously
It takes a certain amount of confidence to laugh it off when someone has dismissed your life’s work as “hollow,” but when you’re Jimmy Page, not even an insult from Keith Richards can get you down.