Best Celebrity Websites

Stalking the lifestyles of the rich and famous is a guilty pleasure made easy by some of these very fun and funny websites, recommended by our Web Wonder Woman Jamey Ordolis.

Gossip Cop

It's impossible to tell whether most celebrity gossip is true, so we head over to GossipCop.com to find out what's real and what's rumor. This is the closest to journalism in the world of celebrity reporting and we've got it on good authority that celebrity publicists go to the Gossip Cop team to clear up rumors and provide the real scoop.

Best Celebrity Websites

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This spinoff of our favourite celebrity news-breaking site, TMZ.com, is all about the fashion and lifestyle aspects of celebrity news, which we much prefer to the scandal stories.

Check out their great photo galleries like "Who Wore it Better," which allows you to vote on celebrities who go head to head in the same outfit.

D-Listed

Not for the sensitive types, this website is all about the commentary – its vicious and hilarious writers tear apart the latest celebrity news. Just read what they have to say about the official National Gallery portrait of Kate Middleton. Ouch! But true. Good for an afternoon laugh.

Hooked on Houses

Hooked on Houses

Because we love homes and home d├ęcor, we adore this website's Celebrity Houses section, which offers a great collection of photos from the homes of the biggest celebs in the world! Check out the top 10 celebrity homes or check out some of our faves – Sarah Jessica Parker and Reese Witherspoon – for inspiration (and drool-factor).

Morph Thing

Morph Thing

Finally, this website will take your celebrity stalking to the next level. Morph Thing allows you to mix the faces of any celebrity to see what their "baby" would look like – as an infant, toddler or an adult. Check out their predictions for what the royal baby will look like. But the real fun is mixing your own face with a celebrity! Just upload your photo and start morphing, or upload a photo of you and your crush and see what your future kids might look like. Just don't let them see you doing that ... creepy!

Jamey Ordolis

 

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