"Game of Roses" hosts and "How to Win The Bachelor" authors Chad Kultgen and Lizzy Pace calculated that kissing the Bachelor on night one gives you a high chance of staying.
A spokesman for Rittenhouse told Newsweek there were "internal discussions" around the teen publishing a book about "what it took to make it."
In a new book about HBO titled "Tinderbox," journalist James Andrew Miller uncovered new details about how the "Game of Thrones" finale came to be.
Lana Wood told Insider she had no apprehensions about including the story in her new memoir after years of widespread speculation about Kirk Douglas.
Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general, served as Trump's second chief of staff from mid-2017 to early 2019.
Richard Harris played the beloved Hogwarts headmaster in the first two films. After his death, actor Michael Gambon replaced him in the role.
Hogwarts was a safe escape for many young readers in the 1990s and 2000s, but J.K. Rowling made it impossible for the fantasy series to sustain that.
In an interview, Abedin shares her faith and therapy helped her through her ex-husband's sexting scandal.
In his new book, The Loneliest Americans, Jay Caspian Kang calls on privileged Asian Americans to show up for vulnerable members of their communities.
Tony's masturbation scene ultimately didn't make the final cut of the episode, since it was edited out of the finished version, per "Tinderbox."
Throughout the "Harry Potter" series, the characters who are described with the most girlish attributes are put down and made to be villains.
In the book "Head First," a psychiatrist describes his patient, Gary, with "fictitious disorder," when patients make themselves sick but lie about it.
"I'm going to act a little tougher with you for a few minutes. But it's for the cameras," Trump reportedly told Putin during a June 2019 meeting.
"What the hell were you thinking?" Trump yelled at Melania and her then-aide Stephanie Grisham after they returned from the Texas-Mexico border.
The Fox News host attacked the publisher over canceling its book deal with Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri earlier this year.
Publishers are warning book lovers that supply chain disruptions are impacting book production and distribution.
"Many authors I follow say their sales have never been as high as they are now, thanks to BookTok," user Sydney Blanchard told Insider.
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