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The endless list of tragic Playmate deaths

One of the most famous deaths associated with Playboy is that of Anna Nicole Smith. Smith famously married billionaire businessman J. Howard Marshall a year before his death at the age of 90, and ended up in a lengthy legal battle with his children over the inheritance of his fortune. The Netflix documentary 'Anna Nicole Smith: You Don't Know Me' delves into the complicated life of the former Playboy Playmate. She was a larger-than-life character who was media gold back in the '90s and early 2000s, but the documentary shows another side to the blonde bombshell whose life ended so prematurely. Smith died of an accidental drug overdose in 2007 at the age of 39, less than a year after her 20-year-old son died under the same circumstances. Mystery shrouds the gruesome ends that far too many Playboy Playmates seem to have met. To learn more about Smith's story and that of other ill-fated Playmates, check out this gallery and read about the tragic, bizarre, and often unexplained deaths of the celebrity models who were ultimately destined for disaster.


'Yellowstone' star mortgaging his house to get $100M project funded, more news

MTV alum placed on psychiatric hold at mental health facility, Britney Spears didn't know who Mick Jagger was, more news.


The 35 best and worst looks of the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Take a look back at the 35 best and worst celeb style moments from the 2023 Vanity Fair Academy Awards Viewing Party and afterparty.


Susan Boyle had a stroke: Read about her rollercoaster life here


Tucker Carlson's replacement is named after Fox News firing, more talk show host scandals, feuds and controversies

Take a look back at the biggest controversies and feuds in talk show history -- from allegations of racism to affair accusations and more!


Princess Eugenie welcomes second child — find out his name and who inspired it — plus more stars who had babies in 2023

See all the celebrities who gave birth, expanded their families or revealed happy baby news in 2023.


Tragic Loss: 10 Celebrities Who Died Before Turning 30

Although these great stars died young, they left an indelible mark on the music industry and Hollywood, ensuring that their legacies will endure and they will forever remain eternally young in our memories.They left us too soonIf they had lived, their careers would likely have reached the pinnacle of success.


The most devious celebrity revenge stories

All of us have, at some low point in our lives, felt the burning desire to exact revenge on someone who has crossed us, and celebrities are no different. It could be an ex (we're looking at you, Shakira!), an entire publication, a corporation, organization, or broadcaster—no matter the size of the offender, there are more ways to get back at them than you can count! Usually when it comes to the desire for revenge, it's all about resisting the urge to go low, or else it's about picking the most ingenious low road you can find... Plus, with access to money, cameras, huge fan bases, and more, the last people you want to tick off are celebrities. Add that to the fact that these are highly creative people, and you've got a recipe for some of the most devious revenge stories you've ever heard. Curious? Click through to be impressed (and slightly concerned)!


An Oscar winner who's 53 years older than the producer expecting his child: Couples with significant age gaps

Age is just a number for some stars!


The tragic love story of a posthumous queen

If you're into tragic romances like 'Romeo and Juliet,' then you're in for a treat. The love affair between Inês de Castro and King Pedro I of Portugal is the ultimate love tragedy. And (partly) a real one, according to history books. A forbidden love, death, family feuds, revenge, and a posthumous queen—sounds like a recipe for a good story, right? Click through the following gallery and discover the fascinating romance of Pedro and Inês.


13 Great Silent Films

Check out these silent movies.


'Extremely humbled, grateful' - Watch: Kathleen Folbigg breaks silence, says pardon is 'victory for science'

"For the last 20 years I have been in prison I have forever and always think of my children."


Bravo star reveals his daughter was among the first babies born to a gestational surrogate in New York, more stars who used surrogates

See which Hollywood stars and other celebrities have used surrogates to grow their families.


Oscar winner shares that 'my children are all queer,' more stars with LGBTQ children

See which stars have supported their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and nonbinary kids -- and the few who haven't.


Every 'One Tree Hill' Celebrity Guest Star You Totally Forgot About

In the long, long years since 'One Tree Hill' called it quits, I've spotted its biggest stars in a handful of shows, but it's the former guest stars I see everywhere. Seems like 'OTH' was a great place to launch your career.


Piers Morgan claims Phillip Schofield is a 'broken' man as he rips into ITV over affair

Piers has called out ITV's exec.


Ron Howard movies, ranked

Whether or not you’re a fan, we’ve decided to rank all of the movies that Howard has directed in his illustrious career.


Things you didn't know about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'Sherlock Holmes'

In 1887, Scottish author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created one of the most famous fictional detectives in the world: Sherlock Holmes. Originally envisaged by Doyle as a one-off, Holmes quickly became one of the most important literary characters of all time. Armed with extraordinary powers of acute deduction and observation to solve crime, the super sleuth with a penchant for pipes and deerstalker caps captured the imagination of the public around the world. But Doyle was dismissive of his music-loving gumshoe, his mind instead engaged in law and medicine. In fact, the author even tried to kill off his private investigator a few years later! So, what prompted Conan Doyle to put pen to paper, and who was the inspiration behind Sherlock Holmes? Click through for clues and a history of the mystery.


Members of successful bands who broke out as solo acts

Being in a successful band is probably nice. Some artists hope for something more, though. Specifically, something more personal.


'That '70s Show' actor convicted on two counts of rape: Find out what happened to the rest of the cast

Find out what the actors and actresses of 'That '70s Show' are up to now.


Celebrity Deaths in 2023: Stars We've Lost

Forever remembered. After losing beloved stars including Barbara Walters, Kirstie Alley and Stephen “tWitch” Boss in the final days of 2022, the entertainment industry continued to deal with loss in 2023. Lola “Gangsta Boo” Mitchell — a former member of hit-heavy hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia — was found dead in her home on New Year’s Day, the Associated Press reported. The “Where Dem Dollas At” rapper was 43. “The Mitchell family would like to thank everyone for their condolences regarding the untimely death of Lola ‘Gangsta Boo’ Mitchell,” the “Mafia” artist’s family said in a statement. “The family is asking for your continued prayers and privacy as we process the loss of our loved one.” That same day, Earth, Wind & Fire drummer Fred White’s brother announced the musician’s death. “Dearest Family Friends and Fans….. Our family is saddened today With the loss of an amazing and talented family member, Our beloved brother Frederick Eugene ‘Freddie’ White. ,” Verdine White captioned a series of throwback photos via Instagram of the “September” artist drumming for and posing with the band. He called his sibling a “child protégé” and noted he was a “member of the EWF ORIGINAL 9, with gold records at the young age of 16 years old!” White was 67. Alan Rankine — a founding member of the Scottish band The Associates — “died peacefully at home shortly after spending Christmas with his family,” his two sons announced via Facebook on January 2, noting that they would keep his social media accounts active because “the community meant a lot to our dad.” The ‘80s pop star was 64. January 2 also marked the passing of rally driver and YouTuber Ken Block, who was killed in a snowmobile accident. In order to view the video, please allow Manage Cookies “Ken was a visionary, a pioneer and an icon. And most importantly, a father and husband,” his Hoonigan Racing team said in a statement at the time, per CNN. “He will be incredibly missed. Please respect the family’s privacy at this time while they grieve.” The sports professional died after riding the vehicle down a slope in Utah. The snowmobile toppled over him and he was pronounced dead at the scene after succumbing to injuries sustained from the accident, CNN reported. “Mr. Block was riding with a group but was alone when the accident occurred,” the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office’s said in a statement. Block was 55. The Wire star Lance Reddick passed away at the age of 60 amid the press tour for the film John Wick: Chapter 4. A rep for the actor confirmed to Us Weekly in a March 17 statement that he died of “natural causes.” That same day, Reddick’s John Wick costar Keanu Reeves and the series’ director, Chad Stahelski, paid tribute to the late star in a joint statement. “We are deeply saddened and heartbroken at the loss of our beloved friend and colleague Lance Reddick. He was the consummate professional and a joy to work with,” the pair told Variety at the time. “Our love and prayers are with his wife Stephanie, his children, family and friends. We dedicate the film to his loving memory. We will miss him dearly.” Sign up for Us Weekly's free, daily newsletter and never miss breaking news or exclusive stories about your favorite celebrities, TV shows and more! Read on to remember all the stars who have died in 2023:


Celebrities who don't believe in God

The existence of God or some form of higher being has been debated for most of human history. While we're obviously not going to try to settle the matter once and for all, we are going to show you that the question has also flummoxed many of your favorite celebs! These are the famous faces who have openly declared that they do not believe in a God. Click on to find out who they are.


12 Seriously Overrated Films the Internet Is Calling Out as Lame

A film enthusiast asked the internet a controversial question: what are the most overrated films of all time? You know the ones; everyone insists they're ...


Head-turning Oscar looks that are still considered controversial today

The best Oscars looks are the ones that are still talked about decades later


Star Trek: Why Dr. Crusher Left TNG In Season 2 (& Why She Came Back)

Dr. Beverly Crusher left the Enterprise at the end of Star: Trek The Next Generation season 1 when Gates McFadden was fired, but she later returned.


Fired 'Good Morning America' anchor accused of affair with co-worker plants one on him in NYC, more PDA from the stars in 2023

See the best PDA photos of the stars in 2023.


The 20 Beatles Songs That Will Make You Cringe

The Beatles recorded more than 300 songs over the course of their career. Despite some of them being absolute gems, others can make your skin crawl. Here’s our rundown of the 20 worst songs by the Fab Four, in chronological order.


Celebrity worst date stories that are sure to make you laugh (or cry)

Bad dates can be scarring. They can make you lose faith in the search for love, or tear down your own self-esteem. They're absolutely terrible to experience, and, yet, they make for the best stories. No matter how bad a date goes, there is always the benefit of having great content to share with your friends for a good laugh. Lucky for us, many celebrities have had positively horrendous dates, which they've also turned into some fun content for us. Click through to read about your favorite celebrities' worst date stories.


The 25 most underappreciated music cues in film history

Many of the greatest songs in pop history are inseparable from their usage in classic films. "The Sound of Silence" in "The Graduate," "Jumpin' Jack Flash" in "Mean Streets," "Stuck in the Middle with You" in "Reservoir Dogs"...


20 facts you might not know about 'The Shawshank Redemption'

Want to know more about the film that snowballed into a populist juggernaut? Here is some trivia about “Shawshank Redemption.”


'Struggling': Lewis Capaldi cancels everything amid health fears

"I need to take a moment to rest and recover."


Country singer apologizes to pregnant wife who filed for divorce weeks before sexual assault claims emerged, more splits of 2023

Take a look back at all the celebrity couples who called it quits in 2023 -- or whose breakups came to light this year.


12 Great '80s Slasher Movies

'80s Slasher movies are the best kind of slasher movies, here are the best.


The late Queen Elizabeth's only sister, Margaret: the story of her beloved friend


Meryl Streep: "this is how you get happy"

Meryl Streep: "this is how you get happy"


Happy Pride Month! Stars who came out

Find out how these celebs revealed their sexual or gender identities to the world.


The 30 best Rolling Stones songs that weren't No. 1 hits

They’ve had eight number-one hits in the United States, which is fewer than the Beatles but quite impressive. However, that means the Rolling Stones have several notable songs that never hit number one.


The 20 Most Famous Supermodels of the '90s

The '90s brought us "The Big Six." Need we say more?


Famous musicians who are self-taught

These musicians took no liberties in learning their instruments all by themselves. The performers on this list, who are some of the most renowned music artists of all time, either didn't have the opportunity to have lessons or completely rejected the opportunity to have formal training, going it alone instead. If you're wondering which of the world's most iconic musicians are self-taught, click through the gallery to find out.


What The Chuck? Charles Barkley’s cringiest quips


The bizarre reasons why actors turned down roles

It is true that many actors have turned down roles in successful movies. Indeed, many had legitimate reasons to turn down the parts, such as other work commitments and conflicting schedules, to name a few. Though other actors did turn down roles for somewhat bizarre reasons. Did you know, for instance, that Liam Neeson refused to play James Bond because, if he did, his fiancée would not marry him? Yup! In this gallery, you'll find many other examples of actors who turned down roles for the most bizarre reasons. Click on!


The 50 greatest film scores

As you'll see below, the scores we've chosen perfectly harmonize with the films but also work perfectly fine on their own. Whether you want to listen on Spotify or watch on the couch, these 50 scores are the best of the best.


King Charles III is getting rid of his home in Wales — and Prince William doesn't want it either — plus more royal residences of the British monarchy

See where members of Britain's royal family live.


Leah Remini's Battle With Scientology Through the Years: It's 'Truly Evil'

Telling her story. Leah Remini has been an outspoken critic of the Church of Scientology since she left the controversial religion in 2013. The actress was brought into the church as an 8-year-old after her mother converted. During a 2015 20/20 interview, Remini talked about her experience growing up as a Scientologist. “The mission is to save the planet and because Scientologists view children as spiritual beings, you’re not treated as a kid. You’re given a lot of responsibility, and so your ego becomes extremely inflated,” the King of Queens alum claimed to ABC News’ Dan Harris at the time. Remini’s decision to leave Scientology ultimately came down to her then-9-year-old daughter, Sofia. “She was getting to the age where the acclimations into the church would have to start,” the Old School actress told BuzzFeed in 2014, adding that she didn’t want to repeat her own mother’s mistakes. In order to view the video, please allow Manage Cookies “I grew up resenting my mother because she was never home. My mom thought she was doing something good; she thought she was helping the planet. That’s what the church tells you,” Remini explained. “I was saying ‘family first,’ but I wasn’t showing that. I didn’t like the message that sent my daughter.” The New York native has never shied away from speaking publicly about her history with Scientology. In 2015, the organization fired back. “Given Leah Remini’s insatiable desire for attention, it comes as no surprise that for two years she has been incapable of moving on with her life and remains obsessed with shamelessly exploiting her former religion in a pathetic attempt to get publicity,” a spokesperson for the Church of Scientology told Us Weekly at the time. Despite the backlash, the Handsome actress didn’t stop talking about her experience. She penned a 2015 memoir titled Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology and produced the A&E docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath. When the Emmy-winning series concluded in 2019 after three seasons, the Church of Scientology released a statement to Us denouncing the content. “Finally, A&E pulled the plug on Leah Remini’s hate machine,” the statement read, claiming the show was full of “lies, distortions and exhortations to hate and bigotry.” Although Remini told The Hollywood Reporter in 2019 that she wasn’t sure if making the docuseries helped her heal, she does feel a responsibility to speak out about her experiences — and about other members of the religion. When Laura Prepon left Scientology in 2021 without much fanfare, Remini was critical of how the That ‘70s Show alum handled her exit. “For those of us who were in the public eye and who were speaking on behalf of Scientology, getting people into Scientology, I feel that we have a responsibility to do the work when we find out that none of those things we were doing was not only [not] helpful, but damaging and very harmful to people’s lives,” the “Scientology: Fair Game” podcaster said during a September 2021 interview with Daily Blast Live. Sign up for Us Weekly's free, daily newsletter and never miss breaking news or exclusive stories about your favorite celebrities, TV shows and more! Scroll through for a timeline of Remini’s battle with the Church of Scientology over the years:


25 actors who revived popular characters after many years

Athletes sometimes come out of retirement; the same is true for certain characters. We think an actor is done with a role. Then, years later, they return. Here are some 25 actors who revived one of their characters after a long time on the shelf.


The best prog-rock bands of all time

One can trace the roots of progressive rock back to the Beatles and the Beach Boys. Then, some bands found a place in the genre and enjoyed notable success as part of the movement. Here are 20 of the best bands who did just that.


Half a century of greatness: 30 stars turning 50 in 2023

As time marches on, celebrities and public figures we once saw as wunderkind, teen sensations, or emerging stars have become the faces of their generations, enduring icons of the stage, screen, and life as a whole. In 2023, some of the biggest stars of our times will be completing their 50th revolution around the sun. Some we've known since they were children, others have only recently found the spotlight, but we should join all of them in celebration of their special day. Read on to find out which of your favorite celebs is turning 50 in 2023!


Celebs who almost became priests or nuns

When it comes to celebs, some always knew they wanted to be famous, while others had different ideas about what they wanted to do with their lives. One of the more different routes not taken is the religious one. Indeed, it is quite uncommon to want to be a priest or nun, let alone to want to become one and then decide to go into show business! Check out this gallery to find out which celebs almost became priests or nuns.


Ray Liotta's cause of death confirmed a year after he died, more news

Kim Zolciak divorcing amid financial woes, Taylor Swift and rumored beau exchanging secret messages on stage, more news for May 8, 2023.


Actors who won Oscars before the age of 30

There’s nothing like seeing someone have huge success at a young age to make you feel both old and like a failure. High on that list is when somebody wins an acting Oscar at a relatively young age, for example, the 50 or so actors who won an Oscar before they even turned 30.