“That’s why everybody hates me—because I wasn’t willing to play along,” said Chad during Tuesday night’s Men Tell All episode of The Bachelorette, where the men JoJo rejected (sans her final two) converged to discuss the season. Well, Chad, that’s sort of true.
Welcome to ConBag, a daily roundup of gossip from the Democratic National Convention, which we are attending for four very long days.
A little throwback to the height of the Clinton-era culture wars for your Wednesday morning: In 1995, Wal-Mart pulled t-shirts featuring a Dennis the Menace character declaring “Someday a woman will be PRESIDENT!” from one of its stores because somebody thought it was “offensive.”
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton became the first woman nominated as a major party presidential candidate. It was a historical moment in the United States, and despite the controversies around this election, it cannot be underplayed. Unless you’re designing the front cover of a major newspaper on Wednesday.
If, hypothetically, you discovered today that English singer-songwriter-Swift apologist Ed Sheeran secretly married his girlfriend Cherry Seaborn recently, would you “freak out” like MTV UK says many did upon hearing the news? Or would you see the headline “IS ED SHEERAN MARRIED,” scratch behind your ear while…
Tarte Cosmetics, to me, is a must-try brand. I own a bunch from them and have yet to find a dud (the Rainforest of the Sea Water Foundation is the only foundation I’ve ever liked and Tarteist Lip Paint is a cult-fave). Today’s the last day of their 30% off Friends & Family event (plus 30% off sale items) so use the…
Professional swimmer and 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte is searching for love on Tinder, the Mordor of dating apps—and he is learning so many things, guys, so many things.
Our world is crumbling, and thanks to the “miracle” of technology, we now face infinite exposure to just how bad it is. With the 2016 election in full swing—#ImWithHer, #CrookedHillary, #DeleteYourAccount, #Sad!—I, personally, am glued to a stream of morbid news, memes and really shitty Trump tweets.
The second night of the Democratic National Convention ended with a bang, not a whimper, thanks to newly-inducted Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
In an event that seems like it should be a comedy sketch but isn’t, former New York congressman Anthony Weiner threatened to come out of retirement on Tuesday in the case that Donald Trump, Jr. decides to make a bid for New York City’s mayoral office in 2017.
PHILADELPHIA — As the prophets foretold, a generation born under the first Clinton presidency would grow to know many misfortunes: A recession, lots of Dick Cheney airtime during its formative years, and “Gilmore Girls.” This generation, the fates dictated, would rise up in pained chorus against that misfortune to be…
On Tuesday evening, the Mothers of the Movement—mothers of black Americans whose deaths have sparked nationwide protests—came out to a standing ovation and sustained chants of “Black lives matter,” at the Democratic National Convention.
This past weekend has not been kind to Lindsay Lohan, and it’s uncertain whether this week will bode any better. After reportedly ending her engagement to Russian millionaire Egor Tarabasov following a series of tumultuous—and even violent—incidents the actress (and/or others) documented on social media, Lohan issued…
In today’s Tweet Beat, the house of Jonas is divided, John Leguizamo is so woke and Susan Sarandon is probably trying to tell us something.
Some time ago, the devil opened up a tiny hole in the Earth’s crust and spit out the unwanted runt of a litter of hellhounds. He roamed the earth for a while, longing for the comforting eternal flames of home and yipping at larger animals who refused to take his threats of violence seriously. Before long, he was…
The mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, began the roll call at the Democratic National Convention earlier today by saying, “Are we ready to make history?” Rawlings-Blake was referring to the official nomination of Hillary Clinton, the first woman to become the presidential candidate of a major party.
An unnamed 14-year-old in Delhi of the Dalit caste has died, after the man who was jailed for allegedly raping her was released on bail. This is the second case in the last week of a Dalit woman being assaulted repeatedly by a past attacker.