Shauna Wright Biography

Shauna has been writing and editing things for cash and prizes for well over a decade, and while her first love is pop culture and celebrity dish, she's also done work for Fortune 500 companies and even written a book. Feel free to contact her at goldengateblond at the gmail -- but keep in mind she really hates people who refer to themselves in the third person, so never ever do that with her. Seriously. (Man, does she hate that.)

'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars' Lineup Announced

by Shauna Wright July 27, 2012 @ 1:06 PM
Alberto E. Rodriguez / Frazer Harrison / Anna Webber, Getty Images
A couple months ago, 'Dancing with the Stars' announced an upcoming all-star season in which they'd bring back contestants from years past to compete for ultimate bragging rights (and, we assume, a moon-sized mirrorball trophy). Now we know who those celeb dancers will be.

Sofia Vergara Is Television's Highest Paid Woman

by Shauna Wright July 19, 2012 @ 7:55 PM
Jason Merritt, Getty Images
'Modern Family' star Sofia Vergara is having a pretty good summer. Not only was she just nominated for an Emmy, she's also reportedly engaged -- and she's topped Forbes' list of the highest-paid women on television.
The list calls itself the "highest paid TV actresses," but with Kim Kardashian in the No. 2 slot, we're not sure that's entirely accurate. (Unless, of course, you actually believed Kim was ever in love with Kris Humphries.)

Guess How Much It Would Cost to Be Batman?

by Shauna Wright July 19, 2012 @ 6:35 PM
Warner Bros.
In 1989's 'Batman,' Jack Nicholson (as the Joker) famously wondered out loud, "Where does he get those wonderful toys?"
Fast forward to 2012, and fans of the latest Batman franchise are wondering the same thing. And while we may not know exactly where the caped crusader sourced all that cool stuff, we now have a pretty good idea of how much it would cost.

'Hello I Must Be Going' Trailer: Melanie Lynskey Finds Love in Cougartown

by Shauna Wright July 13, 2012 @ 4:00 PM
Oscilloscope Laboratories
'Two and a Half Men' fans know Melanie Lynskey as the wacky and sweetly diabolical Rose, who may or may not have been responsible for the untimely demise of Charlie Harper. But in the Sundance hit film 'Hello I Must Be Going,' the actress takes on a far different role -- that of a rather reluctant cougar.