For some famous people, getting a little too intoxicated and doing stupid things is part of being young, but for others, drugs and alcohol are not something to mess with. Whether they've never had a sip in their life or they've learned the hard way, these celebrities have decided to live alcohol-free--and it seems to work for them. Read on to find out which of your favorite celebs no longer indulge in alcoholic beverages.
Bradley Cooper may have been named People's Sexiest Man Alive in 2011, but he is so much more than a pretty face. From graduating college with honors to speaking fluent French, Cooper is a heartthrob on every level.
Did you overpluck your eyebrows in the '90s? Are you tired of penciling in your eyebrows every day? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then microblading might be an option for you.
It seems like each celebrity takes a different path to success. Some are born into famous families; some grow up acting and fall into a career; and others get their college degrees like the rest of us. Whether they attend college after being a child star or use it as leverage to make it big, celebrities need a good education, too. Read on to find out which of your favorite celebrities have Ivy League degrees.
The singer is getting a lot of criticism after not wearing makeup to the MTV VMA's, but her response to the haters is classier than ever.
This past year, curvy supermodel Ashley Graham has been everywhere. She's been on the cover of Sports Illustrated; she delivered a TedxTalk in Spain; she strutted her stuff in New York Fashion Week; but most importantly, she taught women to embrace and love their bodies. Graham has become a voice for the average woman, urging society to reevaluate the definition of beauty. Here are 20 ways in which Ashley Graham makes us feel confident just being ourselves.