Burberry has set the holiday advertisement bar high.
In a festive film called "From London with Love," David and Victoria Beckham's son Romeo shines.
With the good looks of his parents, the 12-year-old has some serious dancing skills that remind us more of his dad's soccer moves than Posh Spice's posing.
Courteney Cox may be the executive co-producer of Celebrity Name Game, but don't go thinking she's any good at trivia -- or that she's going to throw down like her famous Friends character and do absolutely anything to win a game show, even her own.
Kids may say the darndest things, but sometimes they have wisdom beyond their years (and this time we’re not talking about little girls dropping F-bombs for a good cause!)
Proving once again that kids might just be smarter than adults, the Jubilee Project, a group that “makes videos for a good cause” and “tells stories that inspire change,” asked 50 people one question: “If you could change one thing about your body, what would it be?”
Adults were quick to pick apart their physical flaws: Their height, their weight, those body parts that apparently aren’t quite right:
But children had a whole different way of thinking about the question:
Most wanted some sort of fantastical/sci-fi change – cheetah legs! Wings! The mouth of a shark! – while others couldn't think of an answer at all.