Justin Timberlake has been every Jewish girl’s fantasy gentile boyfriend. Now, the singer has officially confirmed that his Jewish wife, Jessica Biel is expecting a baby. Mazel tov!
Justin Timberlake rocked Israel this week — and Danielle Ziri loved every minute of it. She chronicles the concert in a love letter to JT.
Justin Timberlake landed in Israel ahead of his scheduled Tel Aviv concert — and went straight to the Western Wall.
Have no fear: Justin Timberlake is coming to Israel. But there are a few things he needs for his green room including strawberry Twizzlers, Jamaican beer and a sofa that ‘must be clean.’
Are we surprised that Dr. Ruth Westheimer, 84, jumped up out of her seat at a Q&A session following a screening of the movie “The Sessions” and demanded that actress Helen Hunt use contraceptives? Not at all. In fact, we would have been disappointed if she hadn’t. The film is about a sex surrogate, played by Hunt, who introduces a polio-stricken poet to the pleasures of sexual intimacy. “Every psychology class, anybody who has dealings with sexuality and education should see this film,” the famous sexologist said in giving the movie the Dr. Ruth seal of approval.
Romantic comedies have a lot of Jewish history — Woody Allen practically invented the modern version of the genre with ”Annie Hall.” But is there a distinction between Jewish and Christian rom coms, and is there such a thing as a “Judeo-Christian” combination?