Take a walk on the strange side of celebrity. About.com's Buck Wolf serves up a skewed view of show business, celebrity, and the latest in movies, TV, and celebrity.
Olivia Munn has shown she can turn heads with what she wears -- but it's what she's not wearing that's getting all the attention these days. See her take it all off here... and find out why she did it.
Angelina Jolie is known for a lot of thing: Movies, human rights, Brad Pitt... and body art. See all her tattoos and find out what they mean here.
After giving Mets fans the finger at a Citi Field game, Lady Gaga showed up in the Bronx and gave Yankees fans a different kind of salute. See her nearly-nude Yankee Stadium "show" here.
Poor Lady Gaga... a Yankees fan forced to sit among all those insufferable Mets fans at a recent ballgame at Citi Field.
Want to see something scary? Tiger Woods masks have hit the market, even before the world famous golfter has left the clinic where he's being treated for a sexual addiction.
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First rule of the new 'Fight Club' DVD: You might not feel like you're watching the right movie. 20th Century Fox packed it with a hilarious prank.
The ex-boyfriend of Sarah Palin's daughter is ready to pose naked in Playgirl. "If I'm a gay icon, so be it," he says. "I guess it's a compliment."
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Police say a drunk man dressed as a vampire who tried to seize control of a moving taxi claimed to be the singer Meat Loaf. For the record, no... he's not Meat Loaf.
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What better way to celebrate Halloween than with a series of skeletal exhibits depicting dead celebrities? The display at the Kings Island amusement park in Ohio was shut down before it ever formally opened after the park received complaints. The phony bones featured a skeleton in a Thriller-era Michael Jackson costume, a "Sonny Bono" skeleton wrapped around a tree, and a skeleton stuffed in a freezer -- depicting Ted Williams.
It's taken four decades, but Google says John Lennon was right: The Beatles really are bigger than Jesus -- at least when it comes to search terms. Christians protesters and burned the band's records when Lennon made the controversial pronouncement in 1966. But today, Google says all the attention on the new video game and remastered CDs has pushed the word "Beatles" past "Jesus" in search terms over the last four weeks, according to London's Telegraph newspaper.