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In October, Samantha Minor and Cortney Fry launched Bait N Babes, an online store offering accessories and apparel geared towards female anglers after noticing there isn't a wide variety of stylish fishing clothes designed for women.
Miley Cyrus wants to perform at Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton’s wedding, after she got in touch with Gwen via Twitter.
Reese Witherspoon has heaped praise on Kerry Washington, describing the actress as a "passionate force of nature".
Comedian and former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart is finally on Twitter, and his first tweet was about the GameStop-Reddit mayhem on Wall Street.
Larry King has been laid to rest according to his widow, Shawn King, who explained the private ceremony was "beautiful".
Billie Eilish accidentally bought 70 boxes of cereal in lockdown.
Brazilian pop star Anitta insists she would never make changes to her appearance for anyone else but herself.
According to Chrissy Teigen, it'll be a "miracle" if Joe Biden is still following her in four years' time.
For Caroline Brant, attempting to get a vaccine appointment for her in-laws in Pennsylvania felt like trying to "win a seat at the big show."
The Geneva National Resort ice castle opened to the public for the first day this winter season starting Friday, Jan. 22 but even before openi…
Victoria Beckham, Melanie C and Geri Horner have all sent social media messages to Spice Girls bandmate Emma Bunton as she celebrates her birthday on Thursday (01.21.21)
Chrissy Teigen has given her fans a behind-the-scenes insight into the US inauguration celebrations.
CLAIM: When Vice President Kamala Harris was sworn into office on Wednesday, she placed a black clutch purse on top of the Bible so she wouldn’t have to touch the holy book.
Vos criticized Gov. Tony Evers in a pair of tweets, but limited replies to those tweets to only the 768 accounts he follows.
The study finds the problem may be worse than we thought, with implications for health, education and prosperity -- problems that are further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has pushed nearly every aspect of daily life online.