In today’s Tweet Beat, Ricky Gervais doesn’t understand that you can get away with being offensive if you actually saying something funny, Kendra Wilkinson doesn’t understand how money works and Gabourey Sidibe attends a very important meeting.
In today’s Tweet Beat, I can’t tell if Elizabeth Banks is a feminist or not, Tyra Banks spills some tea (HA) and Gabby Sidibe ponders flash tattoos.
Empire’s Season 2 premiere was an auspicious one, to say the least. In the first several minutes, a host of cameos by people (including Rev. Al Sharpton, André Leon Talley) and designers (two mentions of Tom Ford, plus Gucci, albeit “last season”) exemplified how much cachet the show has garnered after just one…
In today's Tweet Beat, Hayden Panettiere has a solid career ahead of her as a spy, R.L. Stine kind of acts like an ass and I hope Gabourey Sidibe got an answer so she can explain it to me.
In today's Tweet Beat, Amanda Bynes shares a drawing, Neil Patrick Harris has adorable children and Gabourey Sidibe maybe steals a dog.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jennifer Hudson wants the media to shut up the hell up, Gabourey Sidibe is wonderful/my new imaginary best friend and yes, Tom Arnold, yes.
In today's Tweet Beat, Gabby Sidibe perfectly articulates what hell looks like, Giuliana Rancic's birthday cakes probably costs more than my real handbag and Julia Louis-Dreyfus is perfect, even while wearing a shower cap.
Last night, the Ms. Foundation for Women hosted Gloria's Awards and Gala (it also doubled as an 80th birthday party for Gloria Steinem!). As part of the event, the amazing Gabourey Sidibe gave a beautiful speech about confidence, feminism and being inspired by other women.
Photography is the science and art of creating images using light. But if you've ever seen oddly-colored pictures of Gabourey Sidibe, Lupita Nyong'o or Beyoncé, you know that when it comes to dark skin, photography has issues.
We wake up this morn, as the dust settles from Justin Bieber's arrest, and must try to make sense of the world once more.
In today's Tweet Beat, Tyler Shields has thoughts about rich kids and fame, Gabourey Sidibe wears a bra and James Deen watches Clueless.
In an interview with everyone's favorite publication randomly found at my local laundromat, Parade Magazine, Gabourey Sidibe talks about how much fun it is to play Queenie (AKA THE BEST WITCH EVVVAAAA) on American Horror Story and why Minotaur sex is probably not all it's cracked up to be (Awww, boo; had such high…
Jimmy Kimmel got hitched in Ojai, California on Saturday, and it appears as though there were hijinks afoot: Gabourey Sidibe arrived in a floofy white wedding gown, complete with train and veil.
Love this dress, too — I'll take one in every color, please!
Last night at a screening of Disconnect, that new movie that seems to have approximately one zillion characters and storylines, there were two kinds of looks on the red carpet: Those embracing the sweetness and light of Spring… and those sticking to all black everything. Also: Winona!
Even though I've read stuff about the movie The Host — based on a novel by Twilight's Stephenie Meyer — I have no idea WTF it's about. Aliens, body image, love? (Also, I've already seen an awesome movie called The Host, it was a Korean monster movie.) All I know is there were some cute dresses on display at a…
Well, I can only guess that they're feeling better because this is one hot photo of Ms. Sidibe!
Last night on Watch What Happens, Gabourey Sidibe was asked which celebrity she found the most disappointing upon meeting them. You'd think she'd name a notorious asshole or a known diva, but surprisingly, she shared an anecdote about Joan Cusack. The two had met at an industry party before Sidibe's star-turning…
Fan favorite Gabourey Sidibe was on this morning's Live! With Kelly, where she, after doing the running man and forcing germaphobe Howie Mandel into a hug, told Jersey Shore's Pauly D that she was a grenade (a.k.a. an ugly girl) who was more than down to fuck.
I am a loyal fan of The Big C. It is beautiful in its poignant portrayal of a woman living with cancer, yet deeply flawed in its characterization of a young black woman. I'm talking about Gabourey Sidibe's character, Andrea. Of course, the fact that actresses like Sidibe are given supporting roles in shows about…