Where would your favorite female star fall on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator?
Where would your favorite male star fall on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator?
They’re bold businesswomen who are working out how to balance their families and careers with living in the spotlight.
Poor Shakespeare. Writing a downer like Hamlet must have set him back years on his path to attaining fame and fortune.
“I thought being famous could fix everything but I guess I was wrong.”
If your wife — or god forbid your daughter — was assaulted in the same manner as Rice’s wife, would you still conclude a two-game suspension to be an appropriate punishment?
For example, “The famously reclusive writer Kara Nesvig made a rare appearance at (some gala name).”
You find yourself wondering, out loud, “Why can’t I find an A-list boyfriend?” and then you realize: this is my life, these are my choices.
After working with Tom Cruise, a Hollywood dialect coach (whose name I won’t reveal) once described him to me as being “emotionally frozen in time” at the age he was catapulted to stardom — around 21. Is that what happens to all these young mortals who are inflated to god-like status?
He was the king of pop, and his accolades don’t need any reiteration because everybody knows them.