At some point, we've all dreamed of having glowing skin or flowing locks like our favorite celebrities. Unfortunately for us mere mortals, the beauty regimens of the stars are typically a little (or a lot) out of our price range. But as it turns out, Nicole Kidman has some practical skincare tips for all of us to hear, and it's advice we can actually handle (and afford).
Jake Gyllenhaal is starring in the film, "Stronger," where he portrays Boston Marathon Bombing survivor Jeff Bauman.
And though the film is a serious one, Bauman hasn't lost his Boston wit.
During a Facebook interview the real Bauman and the fake Bauman sat down for a little Q&A with each other. The real Bauman let Gyllenhaal have it.
First, he told him, "I always thought Ryan Reynolds would play me. Why didn't that happen?"
Then, he really got down to business.
The Internet Still Can't Handle Nicole Kidman Kissing Alexander Skarsgård on the Lips, In Front of Keith Urban
I wholeheartedly believe that Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman are so in love, supportive and straight-up in awe of one another that when Alexander Skarsgård went to the stage to accept his award for Outstanding Supporting Actor at the 69th Annual EMMY Awards, Urban didn't even see the kiss that the Internet can't get over.
He was totally, without a doubt, just looking at Kidman. It's what he does.
But, still-- it does beg the question-- do people really kiss their friends on the lips?
Here's Keith Urban Being the Most Supportive and Adorable Husband in the World After Nicole Kidman Won an EMMY
Keith Urban is a multi-talented, GRAMMY-winning, good looking country music superstar. Except for when he's in a room with Nicole Kidman. Then, he's just Nic's husband and the most supportive guy you'll ever see sitting front row at a major awards show.
After 15 years of marriage, Chip and Joanna Gaines have been through their fair share of ups and downs together. Not to mention, the journey to fame they've been on since their HGTV show "Fixer Upper" launched 4 years ago has been quite a ride.
Since then, the two have become household names in most circles, they have built an empire in Waco, Texas and because of that, rumors fly like crazy.
During an interview with "Today," Jenna Bush Hager asked the pair if they were prepared for that side of fame. Of course, they both gave a resounding, "no," but two very different answers.
Chip thinks the rumors are funny, "It's funny. I mean, when I think about these circumstances, I think they're hilarious. I'm like, 'I can't believe that these things are happening to us.' I mean, who would care about that?"
In 1996, Faith Hill was Tim McGraw's opening act on his Spontaneous Combustion Tour. The tour quickly turned into one of country music's greatest romances.
And while the two have always been smokin' hot for each other, they, like many of us, haven't always had the best fashion sense. When the '90s victimized a few people fashion-wise, they really victimized Tim and Faith.
The pair, over the last decade or so, has really taken their style to the next level as individuals and as a couple.
Let's take a look back.
Brad Paisley and Darius Rucker go way back. The two became fast friends upon Rucker's arrival to Nashville, toured together in 2010 and Paisley got to invite Rucker to join the Grand Ole Opry in 2012.
Rucker has a lot of friends in Nashville and he once told us he was "tight" with Paisley, but upon re-watching our interview with him, we realized he didn't clarify which Paisley. And it looks like it isn't Brad, but his dad Doug Paisley.
When Miranda Lambert released The Weight of These Wings in 2016 after her high-profile divorce from Blake Shelton she told fans, journalists and everyone in between if they wanted to know what had been going on in her life to just listen to the record.
Over the course of 24 songs, Lambert put her heartbreak out there, but she also had a few love songs about beau Anderson East.
There's even a love song on the album detailing how the pair met, "Oh, how I remember well /Sunset on September 12/ I disappeared to get a drink / You still kept your eyes on me."
In July, Harvey Schluter turned 104-years-old. His bride, Irma will turn 93 in November. The couple, who happen to bear the names of two of the biggest hurricanes to hit the U.S. in decades, have been married for 75 years.
The couple met in Washington in the 194os and were married in 1942. They briefly lived in Florida whiley Harvey served in the Army, but have spent the rest of their years together in Washington.