Nardine Saad covers breaking entertainment news, trending culture topics, celebrities and their kin for the Entertainment & Arts section of the Los Angeles Times.
Born and bred in Southern California, Saad graduated from UC Irvine with degrees in literary journalism and psychology. She later received a master’s degree in online journalism from the University of Southern California.
She joined the Los Angeles Times in 2010 as a MetPro trainee and has reported from homicide scenes, flooded canyons, red carpet premieres and award shows.
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Oscar winner Ben Affleck became Twitter’s meme again Sunday after his latest exasperated reaction shots went viral during the Grammy Awards telecast.
As Adele and Beyoncé compete at Sunday’s Grammy Awards, here’s a timeline of when the Recording Academy has nominated the pop stars in the same categories.
After contesting Lisa Marie Presley’s will, Elvis’s ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, says ‘please allow us the time we need to work together and sort this out.’
Long vexed by the ‘Titanic’ debate, filmmaker James Cameron concedes that Jack ‘might have’ survived the shipwreck — with a little help from Rose.
Dwayne Johnson got ‘that 3am call’ about his mom’s L.A. car accident but said she’s OK: ‘a survivor, in ways that make angels and miracles real.’
Nick Carter alleges in a countersuit against his rape accuser that the woman was part of a five-year scheme to ‘harass, defame and extort’ him.
Tennis legend Serena Williams breaks her silence about the Oscars slap and why she thinks people should be treated with kindness after making mistakes.
‘Wednesday’ stars Jenna Ortega and Christina Ricci reacted to the death of Lisa Loring, who originally played Wednesday in TV’s ‘The Addams Family.’
‘My wish is to protect my three grandchildren and keep our family together,’ Priscilla Presley says on what would’ve been Lisa Marie Presley’s 55th birthday.