Ever so briefly, Taylor Swift lived like the common people do by serving jury duty today in Nashville, Tennessee. But she was quickly relieved of her civic duty. The judge determined that she could not be an “impartial” juror for the case at hand.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Alicia Keys doubles down on the no-makeup, Simone Biles played VMAs bingo and something something Kanye West and Taylor Swift.
If you’re that special type of stage parent who won’t rest until your child becomes a successful Ghostbuster known far and wide, I recommend heading over to Old Navy’s website and purchasing some branded merch. But wait! Before you go, let me to give you some special instructions: if you want to buy a shirt that…
Hey, did you have portraits taken to commemorate your final year in high school? If so, was a naked man who may or may not have been named Rick taking his dog who may or may not have been named Pete for a swim in the lake behind you? (Click for the full NSFW view.)
If you’re scratching your head (with your claws) over Kanye West’s “Fade” video, which he premiered last night at the VMAs and currently lives as a Tidal exclusive, just set aside a few hours and get ready to binge-watch the clip on a loop. That is the key to understanding the video’s twist ending, in which GOOD Music…
When’s the last time you bought one of those frosty cans of frozen orange-juice concentrate? When’s the last time you saw somebody buy one? When’s the last time you even saw somebody take one out of the grocery-store freezer and consider buying it?
Alison Brie has signed on to another Netflix show in addition to voicing Diane Nguyen on BoJack Horseman.
Last week, former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros filed a lawsuit claiming she was shunted off the air for complaining about relentless sexual harassment from Roger Ailes and others. In a response filed Monday, the network calls Tantaros a lying “opportunist” who merely wishes she was sexually harassed.
Mark Zuckerberg continues making news on his Italy trip, the latest being an update on the AI he’s building to help around the house. The Facebook founder revealed he’ll be ready to demo the assistant he’s been working on throughout 2016 next month. He also revealed that, “much to [her] chagrin,” his wife Priscilla…
If you’ve flown recently, you can likely rattle off a litany of complaints about fees, airport security, seat size, delays, general grimness of the experience—so many pet peeves to pick from. However, American Airlines is launching an ad campaign that hints that, hm, maybe you’re a candidate for an attitude…
Blac Chyna, the expecting mother of a future Kardashian kousin whose “six-part” KUWTK spinoff Rob & Chyna premieres next month, just posed nude on the cover of Paper. For anyone else, this would be a big deal. For a soon-to-be Kardashian, it’s Monday.
Gene Wilder, the legendary comedic actor who starred in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Young Frankenstein and so many others, has passed away at the age of 83.
During the finale of The Night Of, HBO’s compelling eight-part miniseries based on a similar British program called Similar Justice, it was hard not to wonder what would have been different if James Gandolfini had played attorney John Stone. Would Gandolfini, who executive produced the project and was set to star in…
If you thought Burning Man was just a steampunk renaissance fair for filthy hippies, like I did, you too may be surprised to learn that this $10 million helicopter is doing taxi service for (rich) people who want to go to the party.
If you have your own little tot crawling around, or have any friends with young children, Amazon’s offering a parenting lifeline with 35% off various diapers and baby wipes, plus an extra 20% for Prime members via an Amazon Family Subscribe & Save discount.
Another day, another scandal, another day to collectively ask ourselves an important question that is truly the foundation of human enlightenment: Is this woman with a job a very bad mom or what?
As much as we hate our elected officials, we also seem strangely reluctant to ask very much of them, lest someone some day ask something extraordinary of us. We need to get over that.