After a contentious few months, Fashion Police returned Monday night with a VMA’s Special, obviously sans star Joan Rivers. Her ghost, however, seems to have made an appearance.
Comedian Kathy Griffin is taking a stand. After a seven-episode stint, she quit E!'s reliably savage roundtable gabfest Fashion Police with a socially conscious flourish, calling herself a feminist whose positive message didn't "fit with the creative direction of the show."
The new Fashion Police trailer is out, and frankly, it may inspire you to do some policing yourself.
Last night at the Council of Fashion Designers of America, designers and celebrities hit the red carpet in ensembles both incredibly fashionable and incredibly ugly.
Last night at the 40th American Music Awards, the stars were shiny and bright, with gold being one of the most popular colors on the red carpet.
Brad Goreski only spent 30 seconds of his new show It's a Brad Brad World — which premiered last night on Bravo, the same network that airs Rachel Zoe's reality show — discussing the falling out with his old boss, but went into a little more detail on The Wendy Williams show this morning, saying he never received a…
Brad Goreski has made quite a name for himself since fleeing from under the wing of his mentor and BFF Rachel Zoe—he's even got a new series on Bravo called It's a Brad, Brad World—but that doesn't mean he doesn't sometimes miss talking to his old boss:
Two actresses have nabbed major campaigns this morning. Piaget took to its Facebook page to reveal Jessica Alba as its newest face. Rachel Zoe escapee Brad Goreski styled the campaign, which makes Alba look pretty thoroughly un-pregnant. Meanwhile, St. John made a big deal last season about replacing Angelina Jolie, a…
Today in Tweet Beat, Debbie Gibson takes a trip down memory lane. Plus, celebs seemed obsessed with Oprah's big family secret.
The 15th annual 'GQ Men of the Year' party held at Chateau Marmont may have provided plenty of men, tons of women, and a lot of stars, but good clothes? Were in very short supply.
- "I want a guy who takes charge, but lets me have my say once in a while," Taylor Swift says. Only once in a while, though! Could this explain why she's been dating older men?
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, the Sister Wives define the normalcy of their sex lives, Oprah has a crooked toe, and Tina Fey reveals who she thinks was the worst-ever host of SNL.
The stars came out last night to attend the GLAAD Media Awards, which honor "fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives." Ahead, the fashions: