Last night, Bette Midler won a Tony for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her role in the revival of Hello, Dolly! And when the orchestra tried to play her off as she was rattling off her acknowledgements, she told them to “shut that crap off!” And they did!
The private memorial service for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (planned by Todd Fisher and Billie Lourd) was Thursday night at “the family compound in the Coldwater Canyon area” of Los Angeles.
Twenty years ago today, Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton first dropped into theaters on their malfunctioning window washer cart in order to seek revenge on their two-timing ex-husbands, the patriarchy, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Everyone is pissed at Bette Midler for a tweet she wrote on Saturday joking about the cancellation of Caitlin Jenner’s show, I Am Cait. The tweet was promptly deleted, but it looked like this:
At this point it’s almost boring to question bewildering remakes, simply because there have been so many of them. Nevertheless, here we are: Lifetime is remaking the 1988 tear-jerking classic Beaches, starring Idina Menzel. Hm.
After spending what we hope was a happy life in a frequently shit-filled coop in upstate New York, Kim Kardashian, a chicken, is now dead. The small-brained, flightless creature once provided eggs to legendary actress and singer Bette Midler, but People is reporting that she has since gone to the Other Side.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Lin-Manuel Miranda wins a Pulitzer (DUH), Usher is on a plane and Bette Midler gets a lesson.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chrissy Teigen is preparing, Bette Midler is very committed to that joke format and Anna Kendrick would like some company.
Bette Midler and Kim Kardashian’s Twitter feud—presumably a tribute to International Women’s Day—continues, with Bette informing Kim that, contrary to what she was accused of earlier, she never ever tried to be Kim’s “fake friend.” Whether that means she tried to be her REAL friend or never tried to be her friend at…
Kim Kardashian took a page from her husband’s Social Media Strategy Guide when she decided to clap back at Bette Midler, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Piers Morgan on Twitter early this morning after each of them attacked her for posting a nude selfie. Isn’t that a delightful Tuesday morning hodgepodge of names? I think it…
I’m going to keep this brief because I don’t need a spike in my blood pressure early in the day, but TV Land order a pilot for an adaptation of First Wives Club—one of the most delightful and re-watchable of all 90s comedies—into a series with a new cast (why bother if Goldie, Bette, and Diane aren’t involved), a new…
In today’s Tweet Beat, don’t tell Seth Rogan he’s hot, Zac Efron apologies for the dumbest tweet in recent memory and Bette Midler is going to Broadway.
In a piece of casting that can only be described as perfect, Bette Midler will appear in a new Broadway revival of the musical Hello, Dolly! as lead character and larger-than-life meddling matchmaker extraordinaire Dolly Levi.
On the tails of the likely dreadful Adam Sandler blah-fest, Netflix has announced they’ll be releasing the amazingly-titled comedy Divanation, which will reunite First Wives’ Club stars Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton. Sing it with me: YOU DON’T OWN ME DA DA DA DAAAAA.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Bette Midler does not agree with Donald Trump, Jason Derulo tweets a totally normal tweet and Sia is a big Katy Perry fan.
It’s Bette Midler’s birthday! The actress/singer/songwriter/comedian/icon (who’s just an Oscar away from an EGOT) celebrated her 70th birthday Tuesday, and we’d like to honor her life’s work by sharing her 70 most iconic moments!
Hocus Pocus didn’t exactly break the box office when it debuted in 1993, but has since became a Halloween cult classic. Fans weren’t the only ones begging for a sequel—the film’s main stars were interested in making one, too. After head witch Bette Midler jokingly tweeted about the sequel not happening due to the…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Bette Midler jokes about virgins, Cher is over Jeb Bush and I think Liam Hemsworth is off the market.
It’s no secret that Amy Poehler loves to sing, but the comedian really took her game up a notch over the weekend when she performed Bette Midler’s “The Rose” at Festival Supreme, giving the torch song her all in sunglasses, a coat straight from Janis Joplin’s closet, and a cigarette dangling from her fingers.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Bette was not blown away by the Biebs, Amandla Stenberg makes a great Minions joke and Cher tries to get a message across.