Early in the first episode of E!’s Hollywood Medium, while being driven around Los Angeles by his mother, Tyler Henry says, “I woke up this morning, and there was a grandmother coming through really strongly. She was adorable.” Even though the adorable old woman was adorably dead at the time, after hearing the news,…
If there was ever such thing as a funny rape joke, it’s this E! reporter struggling to talk to Leonardo DiCaprio about the rumors that he gets raped by a bear in The Revenant.
I Am Cait, the new E! series that follows Caitlyn Jenner in her new life post-gender transition, premiered last night. If you’ve been following the story on magazine covers and angry dudes’ Twitter feeds and so forth, nothing that happens in the first episode was much of a surprise: As promised, Caitlyn meets her…
E! has a new reality show coming out on June 7 called “Hollywood Cycle,” which is about that most stubborn of exercise “cults,” the spin class, and stars the scariest possible stratum of reality subjects: spin instructors.
Have you been wondering what Kimberly Stewart, scantily clad sidekick of the early aughts, has been up to? Well, she had a baby with Benicio del Toro, but now that’s done and she’s free to star in an upcoming reality show on E! about her cra-a-a-a-zy family!
The preview for Brody Jenner’s E! talk show Sex With Brody contains the following series of statements: “Meow!” “Wow,” “No subject too small,” “Oh, he’s big,” “Damn!” “Dirty girl!” Tells you all you need to know, really.
The watershed profile that accompanies Caitlyn Jenner’s debut on the cover of Vanity Fair paints a picture of a woman who is happy, healthy, and “finally free” to live her life on her terms. But of course, the path to liberation was long, winding, and hard—and not everything in Jenner’s personal life is perfect.
Brody Jenner , owner of many large hats and one thick, biblical beard, is going to host a talk show on E!. Naturally, that talk show will be called Sex With Brody.
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."
In a move that's not entirely surprising, Giuliana Rancic apologized on air for her offensive comments about Zendaya Coleman's hair.
Word is there's a very polite, muffled "revolt" of sorts building amongst some Hollywood actresses who are beginning to strain against the waves of starkly gendered banality long-endured by women on the red carpet. Over at Gawker, Hamilton Nolan questioned the prevailing strategy of Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer…
The actual ceremony of the 2015 Golden Globe awards was pretty tame, which we can chock up to no one being anywhere near drunk enough to be misbehave. (For shame!) Luckily, thanks to a combination of idiotic interviewing skills and a desire to milk celebrity culture for all it is worth, the red carpet was full of…
Grab a bottle of rosé and gather 'round because it is time for the 2014 Emmy Awards. Let's watch very highly paid celebrities attempt to stay on their best behavior!
Important casting news: Grand Dynasty dame Joan Collins has been cast in a guest role on The Royals, E!'s first scripted drama. She'll be appearing alongside star Elizabeth Hurley, who plays Queen Helena, head of a fictional modern-day British royal family. Yes, this is relevant to my interests, thank you very much.
Great news fans of television you can't turn away from even when desperate loved ones beg you to stop! Botched, E! television's astoundingly horrible-yet-oh-so-wonderful plastic surgery series is definitely coming back for another season.
E!'s new reality TV show Botched looks like a cross between Real Housewives and Extreme Makeover, in that it's mesmerizing and disgusting at the same time. The upcoming episode featuring Janice Dickinson should prove that handily.