After the New York Times reported last weekend that Fox and Bill O’Reilly had settled five times with women who’d accused the TV personality of sexual harassment and other lewd behavior, no one was shocked that President Trump defended him, calling O’Reilly “a good person,” who, in his opinion, didn’t do anything…
It’s been five days since leaked audio from a 2005 taping of Access Hollywood revealed long-time NBC employee Billy Bush to be the type of man who not only laughs off stories about sexist behavior (and sexual assaults) told by powerful men, but actually joins in to get a laugh or two of his own.
According to a new report from People, NBC had planned to edit out Billy Bush’s comments from the explosive video of him gleefully discussing sexual assault with Donald Trump. Now, it’s looking increasingly likely his “temporary” suspension from the network will turn out to be permanent.
On Monday evening, Nancy O’Dell opened Entertainment Tonight with a few remarks about the now-notorious footage of Donald Trump and Billy Bush blathering and, in Bush’s case, giggling about sexual assault. O’Dell, the woman subjected to Trump’s furniture store hump-quest, had no desire to be entangled in the festering…
Just like you, Jennifer Lawrence is busy and impatient. She doesn't have time to watch television shows on a regular weekly schedule and, even if she did, she's too obsessive to wait seven days for the next installment. This is her situation with Homeland; she's a full season behind because the latest has yet to come…
Richard Simmons was on Access Hollywood Live this morning, and as usual, he was a roller-coaster of emotions and moods. Things started out animated, energetic, wacky: He did an "Indian" accent and also put a bowl on his head (while making some kind of jokey face). But he hates when he's not the center of attention.…
In this week's TV roundup, Xena goes to Pawnee, love is dead on Glee and New Girl's Schmidt is the newest of the Romney boys.
In this week's pop culture roundup: Lady Gaga gets felt up, Lea Michele has competition, Nancy Grace is mad and Oprah smells rich.
In this week's TV roundup, Cybill Shepherd awkwardly discusses her engagement, Chloë Sevigny has a very public orgasm, an anchor accidentally harasses his colleague on air and a church painting gets destroyed.
This past Monday, actress Ashley Judd released an essay on the Daily Beast regarding the inappropriate and invasive media speculation regarding Judd's appearance during a television interview in which her face looked — le shock! — slightly puffier than some of us thought acceptable. The essay is an awesome "fuck…
Seal was on Access Hollywood today, spilling the contents of his heart to his ski buddy Billy Bush. In a voice that's equal parts whiskey and honey, Seal hinted that traveling, fame and tough schedules may have been the culprit — "when you decide to be globally known, you've got to service the globe. You just grow…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, we learn Coco's measurements, discover that vaginas come in different shapes and realize that Billy Bush is — surprise! — kind of an asshole.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Whoopi Goldberg farts on Barbara Walters, Billy Bush pick pockets Oprah, and Kara DioGuardi gets high on Paula Abdul's pot brownies.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, 50 Cent doesn't know what a grapefruit is, La Toya Jackson unwittingly reveals behind-the-scenes Celebrity Apprentice conspiracy, and Toni Braxton's family hits reality TV.
Upon learning that Natalie Portman worried about dying during the filming of Black Swan, we stumbled upon this Access Hollywood Live video that shows you how to achieve your own "amazingly toned" ballerina body! (Sorry—an Oscar isn't guaranteed.)
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Barbara Walters learns what GTL means, Khloe Kardashian gets "raped" by a TSA agent, and a woman turns to the stripper pole in order to sell greeting cards in this tough economy.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, get a look inside Barbra Streisand's "elegant barn," Tyra makes her "directorial debut," and Isaac Mizrahi tells his QVC co-host to shut up.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Dolly Parton makes Nate Berkus cry, Teresa Giudice goes on Dr. Phil to talk about racial stereotyping, Barbara Walters is at her best when she's around children.