Kat Hobza resides in sunny Western Montana. She is the Senior Authoress Specializing in Sarcasm at www.funnyfreelance.com. Okay, she’s the only authoress at funny freelance. When she’s not formulating tongue-in-cheek ideas and content as SheKnows’ Feature Entertainment Assigning Editor, she is either hanging with her hilarious adult “children,” hiking, golfing, laying in the sun, honing her fly-fishing skills (or lack thereof), drinking red wine (often in conjunction with any of the aforementioned) and/or satisfying her mild addiction to trash TV. You can reach Kat at email@example.com.
Bless Gwyneth Paltrow's heart. The more the girl tries to be an everyday, relatable, girl-next-door kind of gal through the content on her Goop website, the more trouble she gets herself into. Now that Blake Lively is starting a lifestyle website, there is much she can learn about what not to do from Gwyneth Paltrow.Read Full Story
If dry humor was a science, Christopher Walken would be Hollywood's lead authority on the subject. He went from playing bada**, mostly serious roles, to becoming known for his unique delivery of quirky, dry humor. Here's a look at our five favorite Christopher Walken moments.Read Full Story
Romantic comedies make us laugh, cry and look at the significant others in our lives like big knuckle-dragging cavemen. Why can't our love lives be like the ones on TV and in the movies? Here are a few ways that romantic comedies are ruining our lives.Read Full Story
The wheels have come off Britney Spears' vocal bus again, and we have to say, it's pretty spectacular. This is not an isolated incident, however. Join us in a brief recap of some of Spears' most ear-bending blunders.Read Full Story
Could we please have some production value? Granted, this video was filmed when Miley Cyrus was bedridden in a hospital, but this video feels like a band of half-a**ed teenagers decided to do a drug-fueled version of The Blair Witch Project. You know your video is in trouble when your most elaborate set involves a rainbow cutout.Read Full Story
In the past, television couples were portrayed as a perfected ideal that no couple could possibly live up to. Now TV couples are rife with dysfunction, humor and imperfection — making them much more relatable. Which TV couple is your favorite?Read Full Story
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