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When it comes to the field of journalism, Barbara Walters is considered to be one of the greats. Throughout her seven-decade career, Barbara has been praised for her top-notch interviewing skills and ability to make guests feel comfortable enough to have conversations that are full of substance. Additionally, Barbara made history in 1974 as the first woman to co-host an American news program. Many journalists always make it a point to give Barbara the credit she deserves.
Actress Chloë Grace Moretz found fame as a child star in the early 2000s. Since her first gig on The Guardian in 2004, the Atlanta native has consistently worked on other projects such as the Kick-Ass movies, 30 Rock, and the animated Addams Family films as Wednesday Addams. Article...
Word of advice: If you're planning a wedding, choose your bridesmaids and groomsmen wisely. While someone may seem like a great friend, they may unveil a totally different side of themselves on your big day. Article continues below advertisement. One woman recently took to TikTok to shed a light on...
Many morning radio show listeners might recognize the name Thomas “Nephew Tommy” Milles. The Houston native co-hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show with his uncle (we were today years old when we learned this) Steve Harvey. According to multiple reports, Steve was the one who gave Thomas his nickname.
'Renovation Impossible' Host Russell Holmes on Why He Wants to Keep His "Personal Life Personal" (EXCLUSIVE)
In HGTV's latest home restoration series, Renovation Impossible, contractor Russell Holmes helps homeowners in the Dallas–Fort Worth area who have stalled in their home improvement plans. With the help of designer Paige Poupart and his team, Russell works hard to redesign and renovate these stalled projects into dreamworthy homes.
Academy award–winning actress Marcia Gay Harden has done it all. The La Jolla, Calif., native rose to fame in 1990 with her breakout role as Verna Bernbaum in Miller's Crossing. Since then, she’s continued working in movies, television, and Broadway. She also earned her Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for playing artist Lenore “Lee” Krasner in the biopic Pollock in 2000.