It was another crucial evening for both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney as they faced off against each other in the second Presidential Debate.
And while both sides made their respective points effectively, some of our favorite celebrities had their own ideas about who came out on top while others seemed more interested in the comedic value of the whole ordeal.
Speaking with an eating disorders expert on her new talk show, Katie Couric shockingly revealed her own past struggles with bulimia.
On Monday, the 55-year-old journalist invited Dr. Cynthia Bulik to talk about eating disorders. During the episode, Katie admitted, "Dr. Bulik, I imagine that these things are very familiar to you. I wrestled with bulimia all through college and for two years after that."
She’s made no secret of her personal struggles, and Demi Lovato gave fans some insight into her story during her interview with Katie Couric.
Opening up on “Katie,” the “Sonny with a Chance” babe began, “I remember being 3 years old in a diaper and rubbing my hand over my stomach, and I remember thinking in my head ‘I wonder if one day this will ever be flat?’”
Talking in her first major interview, E. L. James made an appearance on Katie Couric's new talk show on Monday (September 17) to dish about the upcoming movie and the possibility of a fourth "Fifty Shades of Grey" book.
Clearing up a few things, the first-time novelist revealed that she is not working on a new installment of the trilogy after the last few pages of "Fifty Shades Freed" - which is told in the perspective of Christian Grey - sparked the rumors.