Positive Paparazzi: The Good Side of Celebrity News
There's enough talk about celebrity fueds, break-ups and mishaps. Positive Paparazzi will be a weekly column dedicated to a healthy dose of A-list positivity.
Robin Roberts returned smiling to Good Morning America, looking fabulous, I might add.
Lady Gaga wrote a touching thank you note to her fans after a hip surgery. No "monster" of hers will be taken for granted.
Harry Styles decided to be the bigger man when asked about Swift's dig at him at the Grammy's. Given that he turned down a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make fun of his ex on television, he'll probably get an award for eating the largest slice of humble pie we've ever seen.
The Elton John AIDS Foundation reached a $300 Million milestone. That's a lot of dough for a cure.
Matthew McConaughey is 0% bitter about his past relationships, and gave great advice on break-ups, making him the world's kindest ex-boyfriend.
Our girl, Beyoncé, is super proud of Blue Ivy for reading flash cards at age 1. When I was that old, my parents were proud when I went a whole day without trying to eat my shoes. Good for you, Blue Ivy!
Hugh Jackman confused people when he went on Letterman dressed as Abe Lincoln while somehow making us like him even more.
Cheers to this week's celebs who made us laugh, inspired us to be better, and restored our faith in humanity.