Matt Bomer really committed himself to his role in "The Normal Heart," where he plays a gay man dying of AIDS.
So much so, that the "White Collar" star told Details magazine he lost a lot of weight for the film.
"I stopped weighing myself after losing 35 pounds," Bomer told the magazine. "I thought the number wasn't the important thing to focus on. This wasn't 'Biggest Loser.'"
Bomer said he worked with doctors, did a 14-day alkalized-water, juice, tea, and enzyme cleanse and spoke with Matthew McConaughey, who also lost major weight for his Oscar-winning performance in "Dallas Buyers Club."
Is Selena Gomez doubting herself?
Tuesday, the singer posted an old interview that reads off lyrics to a song, saying "I got every material thing I could ever need/ I got the love from my fans that adore me ... But my love for myself is lacking a little bit."
The Instagram post is an interview with Mary J. Blige about her 2007 album "Growing Pains" and maybe Gomez is feeling a little of the same.
"I'm not saying I haven't made progress, but I have got a lot of work to do," it continues. "And stay in a positive state of mind."
"True Tori," the Lifetime series where cameras record Tori Spelling dealing with the aftermath of husband Dean McDermott's infidelity, premiered Tuesday night and it was one for the books.
"I don't know what I'm going to say to him today," Tori Spelling says as she drives to pick up husband Dean McDermott after he's been in rehab for three months following an affair he had last year.
Spelling is conflicted as she is "excited" to see her husband, but knows that makes her sound "weak."
"I miss him, I miss having my best friends," she says, tearing up. "That was just stripped from me. After 7 years and it was just gone one day."