When Mioshi Johnson first met Ray and Janay Rice in 2012, she thought they were one of the most loving couples she'd ever seen.
"They were the first family that we met when we went to Baltimore," Johnson, the wife of Rice's former Ravens teammate Chris Johnson, tells PEOPLE. "They are always just so affectionate to each other."
Chris Rock does not want his kids Keeping Up With the Kardashians. The comedian updated Us Weekly about his girls' television-watching habits this past weekend at the premiere of his new movie, Top Five, at the Toronto International Film Festival.
"My kids are watching reality TV now," Rock, 49, said of his daughters Lola, 12, and Zahra, 10.
Charlie Sheen is gaining a reputation for being one generous guy.
First he gave Lindsay Lohan $100K to help her cover an unpaid tax debt – now the Anger Management star is offering $1,000 to a waiter in Philadelphia, after he was left a mere 20-cent tip by Philadelphia Eagles player LeSean McCory.
Sheen Tweeted Wednesday, "Please tell Rob K I'm pledging 1000 dollars ...
Keeping Up With the Kardashians these days almost isn't even a choice. Reality TV's most famous family is an ever-present force in pop culture — and they show no signs of fading into the background anytime soon. Their ubiquity (and, yes, that includes the print and online pages of Us Weekly) is the subject of a biting new essay by Rolling Stone writer Rob Sheffield, humorously titled ...
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