Much like the lateral undulation of a burrowing asp, or a planet slowly twisting in the darkness, Stassi Schroeder—patron saint of the chin implant, fierce advocate of the chevron print, dramatic Queen Bee of the Vanderpump Rules empire—is not easily imitated. On a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live!, Emma…
The Season 4 finale of Inside Amy Schumer—or its “contractually obligated clip show”—took the form of a very contentious Real Housewives-style reunion, which included several strong New Jersey accents, the phrase “I sinceriously apologize,” and your host, Andy Cohen.
Nick Jonas is on a press tour for his third solo album, Last Year Was Complicated, and so far he’s been talking about sex through a lot of it (gay sex, kinky sex, accidental boners), because he’s older now and no longer a third of a Jonas Brother, nor a virgin, and therefore he’s been having some sex.
Good morning everyone. Andy Cohen and Mariah Carey gave the world a precious gift Tuesday night, and it’s my pleasure to share it with you. Do you happen to remember Mariah’s “I don’t know her” remark about Jennifer Lopez? Ha! Look who I’m asking. Of course you do!
At Monday night’s Met Gala red carpet, Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley completed his new annual task of interviewing—or, more accurately, shouting compliments at—attending celebrities.
Khloe Kardashian spent a large chunk of her weekend drafting out one of the longest Instagram captions I’ve ever seen in order to share the news that she and her estranged husband Lamar Odom are officially donezo. The “announcement” follows a week of alarming speculation that Odom has begun drinking again.
Vanderpump Rules is not a show that is known for its likable cast. They get arrested for stealing sunglasses, refuse to allow their addict husbands to go completely sober because that’s not fun, lie about everything, sleep with each other’s boyfriends, and use the term “ratchet” a lot. But this season, aspiring DJ…
Iggy Azalea’s self-imposed Twitter hiatus’ was no doubt the most awful time in many of our lives. Thank god, she’s back in the public eye, promoting her album Digital Distortion and shared an abundance of knowledge on Wednesday night’s Watch What Happens Live!
What happens when a star of comedy collides with a star of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Pure magic, I’m telling you.
Kim Fields cannot handle another season of the bullshit that comes with being on Real Housewives of Atlanta. So after just one season, she’s leaving (leaving) on a midnight train to Georgia. She says she’s going back (going back to find) a simpler place and time.
During a game of Plead the Fifth on Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen asked Jennifer Lopez (half of Bennifer 1.0) for her thoughts regarding the enormous phoenix tattoo on Ben Affleck’s back.
Jennifer Lawrence went on Watch What Happens Live! with Andy Cohen Monday night—not your usual stop on an A-list publicity tour—to express her love for Bravo and answer some unusually probing questions.
Andy Cohen will not be denied the opportunity to entertain us on the final day of the year by hosting a sure-to-be-fun New Year’s Eve edition of Hollywood Game Night.
Vanderpump Rules is back for a 4th season, thank god—do not tell me what happens, I have not had a chance to watch yet—but unfortunately, along with this perfect Bravo specimen comes toadlike sex villain Jax “I Never Banged Fucking Jax” Taylor, neck ever-widening, buttons ever-lowering.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Tom Hanks is maybe going to fall in love in a park, Andy Cohen correct Jeopardy and I hope Ronan Farrow is kidding.
Andy Cohen needs to shut the hell up. The svengali of reality television has been speaking out of pocket just one too many times for my taste and now look what he’s made me do. Now, Andy, I have to drag you for continuing to open your mouth when you shouldn’t.
During last night’s episode of the Real Housewives of Orange County, we watched longtime cast member Vicki Gunvalson learn of her mother’s death. Her reaction to the news was captured by Bravo’s cameras in what was unequivocally the realest moment in the history of this show.
LuAnn de Lesseps, peevish High Matron of the Real Housewives of New York franchise, finally premiered her long-awaited third single, “Girl Code (Don’t Be So Uncool),” on Watch What Happens Live.
Though their subjects are more famous, celebrity Instagrams are, for better or worse, just like ours. But which celebrity, on any given day, is using the platform better than anyone else? Who Grammed It Best? will pit two recent, unrelated celebrity Instagrams against each other in an attempt to figure that out.