From Ben Affleck’s big win to Jodie Foster’s awkward speech, the Golden Globes left us with plenty to discuss, including Lena Dunham’s award and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s job as hosts.
Coppola joined us on Wednesday to chat about his new independent film starring Charlie Sheen, “A Glimpse Into the Mind of Charles Swan III.”
The award-winning actress is also a philanthropist, and the author of Open Hearts Family. She joined The Couch on Wednesday to talk about the foundation, based on the open heart concept, and her new book.
In her new book, Diary of s Stage Mother’s Daughter, Francis gives readers some insight in to the family drama she dealt with at a very young age.
TV 10-55′s Carolina Bermudez recently caught up with McBride to talk about her “Joy of Christmas” tour, her breast cancer awareness efforts and more.
Brooklyn-based Canadian burlesque performer Bettina May has one very unique distinction: she’s the first in her field to earn a ‘genius’ green card for her remarkable talent for pin-up and burlesque.
The hit CBS series Blue Bloods is back for a new season. One of the show’s stars, Bridget Moynahan visited us on The Couch.
Jenni Farley, better known to fans as JWoww, revealed to In Touch Weekly that she is engaged to Roger Mathews, her boyfriend of over two years.
Even back when she was starring in smash hits like ‘Pretty in Pink’ and ‘The Breakfast Club,’ Molly Ringwald dreamed of being a writer. Her new book, “When It Happens To You,” is a collection of short stories. She dropped by The Couch to talk about the latest chapter in her career.
TV 10-55′s Ann Mercogliano got a firsthand look at what happened when a country star paid a special visit to one city school.
The autumn movie season is loaded with star power and ambitious epics – it also features the return of James Bond. Katey Rich, editor-in-chief of CinemaBlend.com joined the couch to talk silver screen happenings.
New York Fashion Week will kick off on Sept. 6 with the fourth annual Fashion’s Night Out. As editors, designers, models and fashion fanatics stylishly flood the streets and stores, you won’t want to miss the night’s highlights.
In today’s celebrity-crazed culture, being famous makes you someone young kids look up to. But what happens when stars fall short?
It’s good to be Andy Grammer right about now. The singer-songwriter is currently on tour with Train, and has just released a hot new single called “Miss Me.” The artist’s self-titled debut album is on fire, and he’ll perform Monday night in Central Park.
Class was in session Wednesday morning on the Lower East Side, where TV 10-55′s Alex Denis learned about a new initiative helping teachers across the country: Adopt-A-Classroom.