Joe Jonas lost his virginity at age 20, Tyrese Gibson cries over costar Paul Walker's death, and the Kardashians reveal their 2013 Christmas card: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Monday, Dec. 2, in the roundup!
You think you know...but you have no idea. Now that the Jonas Brothers are officially a thing of the past, Joe Jonas is shedding his squeaky-clean Disney image for good and telling all about what went down behind the scenes of his very public coming-of-age. In a new essay for the Dec. 9 issue of New York magazine, the 24-year-old singer opens up about losing his much-talked-about virginity at age 20, smoking weed with Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato, and feeling trapped by his life as a Disney superstar.
It's going to be a very difficult time for the loved ones, colleagues and fans of the late Paul Walker. Following the 40-year-old Fast and the Furious star's tragic death in a Santa Clarita, Calif. car crash on Saturday Nov. 30, a makeshift memorial has popped up where Walker died. After co-hosting a charity event, Walker went for a spin with a friend, Roger Rodas, in Rodas' 2005 Porsche Carrera GT; both men lost their lives when Rodas lost control of the sports car and slammed into a tree.
Are the Kardashians going Gaga for Christmas? The reality superstar family revealed their annual over-the-top Christmas card on Sunday's special episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians: a Very Merry Christmas, and this year's photo is unlike any other!
Let the sexual escapades begin! The highly-anticipated film adaptation of the popular erotic series, Fifty Shades of Grey, started filming on Sunday, Dec. 1 in Vancouver, and fans were given the chance to see the lead actors in action.
As tributes and memories continue to pour in for Paul Walker -- who died tragically at age 40 in a car crash on Saturday, Nov. 30 -- one thing is clear: The Fast and Furious actor was very, very loved. Speaking with CBS2 one day after the star's death, his father, Paul Walker III, broke down in tears as he spoke about his son's big heart and lasting legacy.