Celebrities can afford to travel to far-flung locations around the world for vacation, be it sunlit beaches or exotic safaris -- and with summer coming to a close we wanted to give you the chance to live vicariously through them. In photo form.
If you close your eyes you can almost feel the salt-filled air on your skin. Although, if you did that, you wouldn't be able to look at the photos.
The Teen Choice Awards ceremony isn't typically known for its poignant moments, but on Sunday night, Aug. 11, Lea Michele brought the house (and a lot of viewers) to tears when she dedicated her surfboard to the late Cory Monteith.
The 'Glee' writers have a tough job ahead deciding on how to cover the death of breakout star Cory Monteith, especially since Monteith died suddenly and tragically from a drug overdose.
However, his on and offscreen love, Lea Michele, is helping the staff to portray the loss both honestly and sensitively.
Lea Michele was seen going about her business this week, making it the first time she's been scoped in public since her boyfriend and 'Glee' co-star, Cory Monteith, died suddenly of an accidental overdose on July 13.
We're glad to see the healing process is underway.
Fallen 'Glee' star Cory Monteith led a double life: Thanks to costar and girlfriend Lea Michele, Monteith was clean, sober, healthy and responsible stateside.
But when he went home to Canada, all bets were off.
The whole world was shocked when 'Glee' star Cory Monteith died from a lethal cocktail of heroin and alcohol this weekend, but no one more than his on-and-offscreen love, Lea Michele.
The actress finally had her rep release a statement, and it's understandable why she'd have waited: she's absolutely, and predictably, devastated.
Today (July 10) was a big day for celebrity Twitterers. If they weren’t calling each other out (yes, Colin Quinn, we saw all of your angry tweets to David Spade, we just chose to ignore them), they were coming up with new catchphrases, waking up from their four-day benders, or learning they were witches.
Take note, future celebrities and public figures of America: Make sure your yearbook photos are awesome or they WILL come back to haunt you. Case in point: This snap of NYC mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner in 1981, back when he looked an awful lot like Lea Michele.
Since they work with all hair types and textures, messy side braids are godsends for long-haired ladies. They are also an alternative to the updo and can be a quick cure-all when you can't decide what to do with those hapless tendrils.
The Golden Rule for side braids? The messier, the better. It's meant to look like you just had a metaphorical romp in the hay.