After 14 years working as writer for People, Sara Hammel sent her resignation letter to Jess Cagle, the magazine’s editorial director, “and other top editors.” But this wasn’t the kind of formal goodbye email filled with empty thank you’s to her superiors. No, no. Hammel chose to do something a little more incendiary…
Since the moment of his birth in the year 1994, and most acutely since he gave an interview revealing that his perfect woman is one who will attend an EDM concert and then watch him play Grand Theft Auto for three hours, Ansel Elgort, actor/DJ, has been deliberately triggering a deep and extremely long-term emotional…
Darlings, the Absolutely Fabulous movie premiere has finally arrived, and it is eccentric city! I hardly know who most of these people are, but I don’t care, because they’re all wearing weird, slightly ill-fitting outfits, and when do you even get that anymore in the day of the celebrity stylist?! What a relief!
Kevin Sorbo, actor of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys fame, has told TMZ that Jesus—and by extension, he himself—would vote for Donald Trump, all but ensuring that the presumptive Republican nominee collects the middle-aged-white-man-who-goes-to-the-gym-three-times-a-day-and-has-a-copy-of-The Passion of the Christ…
Less than a year after creating a new life and welcoming it into this dark, unhappy world with the baseless hope of any new parent, the happy couple “quietly tied the knot” at a “small and private” ceremony in North Carolina, a state to which at least one of them has a familial or sentimental connection!
The red carpet on fashion’s biggest night out is always packed to the gills, and last night’s CFDA awards were no exception—ev-er-y-one was there, from Beyoncé to my dreaded Elgort to Elon Musk’s glamorous mom.
Over the past few weeks, celebrity gossip has been dominated by stories about several high-profile breakups. So I was overjoyed Monday afternoon to learn that two of our biggest stars have—against all odds—found love in this club that we call “the spotlight.”
Yesterday your Twitter timeline and Instagram feed were likely cluttered with pictures of celebrities in orange shirts, because yesterday was National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
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In today’s Tweet Beat, Zac Efron is paranoid, Whitney Port would like to know more about your energy, and just about everyone is interacting with bugs.
Cannes! It is still not over! You probably saw Bella Hadid try to hold all of her parts together inside that tiny red dress yesterday, but did you know there were even more models, and non-models—but mostly models—wearing things? Let’s check ‘em out:
One rule of thumb to remember when you’re being paid to scam people out of their money through Instagram product promotion is to make a semi-respectable effort to look like you actually use the product in question. Our friend Scott Disick apparently did not get that memo.
This week, America’s long-running and virtually unchanged gameshow Jeopardy! is featuring “Power Players,” which on Monday and Tuesday meant famous people in the arenas of news, politics, and books.
Ah, Cannes. What a glamorous dream. So much has happened, and it’s only day three—Amal Clooney looked coyly at her husband, Kendall Jenner celebrated her new position as spokesperson for Magnum Double ice cream bars, Woody Allen stood next to a variety of young women who seemed fine with it.
In the cover story of Vogue’s June issue, Australian actress Margot Robbie is referred to as Hollywood’s 25-year-old “girl of the moment.” This description (written by a man) is both irritating and untrue, as writers should not be describing women as “girls,” and 30-year-old women should not be described as “25.”
On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter published a searing op-ed by Woody Allen’s son Ronan Farrow, in which Farrow discussed but did not name the “powerful publicist” who helps his father continue making movies. On Thursday, “in retaliation for publishing Farrow’s essay,” THR was banned from covering a Cannes lunch for…
Paris Hilton, whose middle name is “I’m actually really shy,” would like for the world to know more things about her via a documentary about herself that, for the record, will be 100 percent real and 100 percent “unflinching.”
Kaley Cuoco, the Big Bang Theory star whose success I find baffling and hilarious and wonderful in equal measure, filed for divorce from her first husband, sort-of tennis player Ryan Sweeting, in 2015. Their marriage lasted just under two years and—if the tabloids are to be believed—may have ended due to Sweeting’s…
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.