In her first month as a morning show host, Megyn Kelly has experienced visible growing pains, after matriculating from a toxic conservative media outlet into millions of liberal American households.
Ja Rule claims his business partner Billy McFarland is legally responsible for the Fyre Festival scam that ended in shambles and lawsuits.
After two seasons of digging into everything about The Bachelor franchise and its maniacal manipulation, UnREAL is centering its third season around a woman suitor—a “suitress”—and here is the trailer.
Riz Ahmed is reportedly close to landing a deal with Netflix for his Hamlet adaptation and would likely play the titular role.
It’s tragic enough that the wife on Kevin Can Wait had to meet her demise on uncertain terms so that Kevin James could be reunited with his King of Queens co-star Leah Remini. What exacerbates this TV death further is that we must relive it over and over because of how the show handled it.
As the women of The Platinum Life quickly learned in Sunday night’s premiere, there is no better way to hash out an issue with a nemesis than to be forced to share a tight space with them on a private jet during a girls trip to a Jennifer Lopez show in Las Vegas.
Amid reports about the Weinstein Company’s supposed imminent shutdown—in the wake of multiple allegations of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment against co-founder Harvey Weinstein—his brother/CEO Bob has released a statement to assure everyone that Paddington 2 and War with Grandpa will be fine.
An annoying designer got booted on Thursday night’s episode of Project Runway after being accused of cheating during the competition.
If you had to guess whether Sarah Jessica Parker is “particular” as a person, what would you say?
In the next two months, you will be forced to make the least important decision of the year, which is choosing a holiday party dress that’s equitably stylish, cool, cheap and perhaps professional.
Tyrese appears to still be vexed about Dwayne Johnson’s “selfish” decision to do a Fast & Furious spinoff at the wrong time.
In the past week, The New York Times and The New Yorker have both published detailed exposés about Hollywood titan Harvey Weinstein in which multiple women share accounts of their encounters with the famed producer over decades, alleging rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment.
In this exclusive deleted scene from the film phenomenon Girls Trip, Queen Latifah’s financially-strapped blogger character Sasha encounters a tow truck driver and tries her best to persuade him not to remove her vehicle—even if it means whipping out a single breast.
There may be more to the news of Chip and Joanna Gaines ending their Fixer Upper run on HGTV after five seasons, according to Page Six, whose source claims that the couple’s seemingly premature retirement came about as a result of “horrible contracts” with the network.
Much like Basketball Wives before it—and WAGS and Baller Wives and Football Wives and Hollywood Exes—the new E! reality series The Platinum Life zeroes in on the lives of the intriguing women who give consistent love, time and energy to famous men.
French designer Hervé L. Leroux, who made the bandage dress a coveted staple among stars and socialites, has died at age 60.
Entertainment Weekly revealed its latest cover and there’s one thing about it that immediately pops out.
Tyrese is either involved in a long-con Fast & Furious publicity stunt or he’s legitimately feeling salty about the actions of his co-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Maybe a bit of both.
Tina Belcher is making a movie with her family and she’s probably feeling super awkward about it and wants to crawl into a corner and say “merp,” but sorry, Tina, it is happening.
My long-lost parents Viola Davis and Larry Wilmore are collaborating on an ABC comedy about a group of black sorority sisters, titled Black Don’t Crack.