Your Grandma is hotter than you before

These hot pictures of old celebrities when they were young are here as a reminder that some of today’s MILFs were yesterday’s hotties. Some of these sexy celebrities over 50 (or 60, or 70, or 80…) are still hotter than some of their young celebrity counterparts (a fact you can vote on over at the older vs younger celeb hotness list) and many have even gotten better with age (Helen Mirren, we’re talking to you).

Raquel Welch




Sophia Loren



Most Shocking Celebrity Transformation

The tabloids know that the best way to sell magazines is to plaster their covers with shocking before-and-after photos of our favorite celebrities. Sometimes, the changes aren’t really that drastic, while other celebrity transformations can be so dramatic as to make the stars almost unrecognizable. In fact, some celebrity weight-loss, fitness or skincare stories are so amazing that you may find yourself dying to know their secrets… and if you can use their same techniques.



After putting on 25 pounds in between tours, the pop star got a lot of flack in the media for her heavier appearance. To her credit, Lady Gaga spoke publicly about not conforming to society’s ideals about weight, but she also privately realized that the extra weight was slowing her down. So, after getting back on her portion-controlled diet and an exercise program featuring yoga, running and strength training, she got in perfect shape for her ArtPop tour.



She’s no stranger to dramatic fluctuations in her weight. And this selfie-addict doesn’t try to hide the fact that she’s gained and lost dozens of pounds several times in the last year. But Kim’s most recent transformation has been her most dramatic. After having her first baby (North West), she’s lost an amazing 50 pounds of her baby weight, apparently through a combination of working with a personal trainer plus a dual diet strategy that’s really hot in Hollywood right now.

Funniest Movie Bloopers of all time

There’s one simple reason we watch comedies: to laugh. So, let’s face it, a comedy doesn’t need a perfect plot, sharp editing, or great camerawork to be considered a classic. But that doesn’t mean movie mistakes are any less intriguing.

Here we’ve scoured hours of footage online to find thirty of the absolute funniest blunders, jokes, and plain old crack-ups in filming history. Sure, they caused the director to yell for another take (or maybe even break from filming for the day), but they were still entertaining enough to commit to immortality. They’ll live on as long as the films we’ve loved and lamented.

Bad Teacher (2011)

A comedy centered around a foul-mouthed, junior high teacher who, after being dumped by her sugar daddy, begins to woo a colleague — a move that pits her against a well-loved teacher.

Horrible Bosses (2011)

Three friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realize they are standing in the way of their happiness.

Celebrities after photoshop

Ever have those days when you feel less than perfect, when you flip through magazines and wish you could look as gorgeous or as handsome as the models and celebrities that grace the pages of People, Vogue, Glamour, or Cosmo?

They’re not as flawless as you think. Those images are photoshopped and create an unrealistic and warped representation of reality that a lot of young, impressionable people aspire to.

Britney Spears Before & After Photoshop


Kim Kardashian in Complex magazine


When Complex accidentally posted an unretouched photo of celebutante Kim Kardashian in 2009, the response was overwhelmingly negative. Complex bowed to the pressure and Photoshopped the image – but an angry Kardashian then posted the original photo on her own website. “So what: I have a little cellulite,” she wrote. “What curvy girl doesn’t?! I’m proud of my body and my curves and this picture coming out is probably helpful for everyone to see that just because I am on the cover of a magazine doesn’t mean I’m perfect.”

25 Facts you didn’t know about the walking dead

Since it was first published by Image Comics back in 2003, The Walking Dead has become a pop culture phenomenon, spawning a range of successful novels, video games and even action figures. However, all of that pales in comparison to the success of the TV adaptation, which has become the most popular show in the US among the highly coveted 18-49 demographic. The premiere of season four was watched by 16.1 million viewers, making it the most popular opening episode the show has received yet.
Who would have thought a black and white comic book about zombies would have become so popular?
A new trailer for season five was recently unveiled at Comic Con and the response was overwhelmingly positive. With rumors circulating that more major cast members will be shot/eaten/disemboweled in the new series, anticipation is at an all-time high for the programs return on October 12th.
Think you know the series like the back of your hand? Think again. To celebrate the success of the show so far, read on to discover 25 facts you probably didn’t know about The Walking Dead. Memorizing each of these obscure references and random bits of trivia will dazzle all of your friends and help you to win every Walking Dead pub quiz there is. That’s going to be a thing one day. Trust us…
Just remember that spoilers will inevitably occur here, so if you’re not up date with the latest season, take a day off work and watch every episode in quick succession. Caught up? Great! Now read on and remember to let us know if you have any more facts that fans of The Walking Dead would love to hear.

25 Days Gone By


The first episode of The Walking Dead was called ‘Days Gone By’ and aired Halloween 2010 to rave reviews. A lot of this critical acclaim can be attributed to Frank Darabont, who both wrote and directed the pilot.
For those of you who don’t know who he is, Darabont is the director behind some of the most popular Stephen King adaptations of all time, including The Mist, The Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption. Darabont’s pedigree as a film maker led to him becoming the shows executive producer, but he left after only one season due to budget constraints that had been placed on the show.

Too Violent?


It’s hard to believe, but before AMC came on board to produce The Walking Dead, both NBC and HBO passed on the hit show. According to executive producer Greg Nicotero, both companies wanted to tone down the gore and violence, a condition that producer Gale Anne Hurd refused to accept.
It seems strange that a studio like HBO would want to make a ‘tame’ zombie show, especially given their track record of producing violent programming like True Blood and Game of Thrones, but it all worked out in the end for the fans, as AMC have worked hard to stay true to the spirit of the original source material.

Celebrity Puberty Transformation [Puberty Done Right!]

These hot celebrity guys weren’t always this hot — they had to grow into their looks! 13 Celebrities who totally nailed the puberty thing.

Alexa Vega



joseph Gordon Levitt


Celebrities that has historical look a like

Most of us has at least a look alike, there has been also theories that one alike co-exists in a different timeline, or even they say, another being have lived in the past but no memory was retained. We, have shortlisted our favorite topic, Celebrities, and their look alike.

Rupert Grint and David Wilkie



Peter Dinklage and Diego Velazquez’s “Portrait of Sebastián de Morra”



Jennifier Lawerence and her Egyptian twin-actress Zubaida Tharwat


Eminem and this statue

eminem look a like