It sometimes feels like TMZ and Kris Jenner invented our 24/7 infotainment world all by themselves. But the gossip business is nothing new, and in her heyday, nobody was bigger than Rona Barrett.
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…
The new Vogue documentary The First Monday in May has premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and Page Six has reported CollegeHumor founder Ricky van Veen to be the mystery Met Ball guest who irked La Wintour in the film’s trailer.
A new profile of celebrity divorce lawyer Laura Wasser seems revealing at first, until it dawns on you that this woman is the queen of information control—and that’s a compliment.
A social media presence is all but a requirement for famous people these days, and the content celebrities publish on their own terms provides gossip websites with a near-infinite supply of publishable stories. A series of tweets from Kanye West will be on People.com in 45 minutes. Chrissy Teigen’s public replies to…
Because adolescence is a blithesome, tranquil time when we treat our peers with the tenderest sympathy and respect, a number of English secondary school students have created anonymous Instagram accounts inspired by the show Gossip Girl.
Hailey Baldwin, who is Alec Baldwin’s niece, not daughter, I’m so relieved I finally clarified that for myself, spent New Year’s Eve in the arms of one Justin Drew Bieber.
Real Housewife LuAnn de Lesseps and Real Housewife Martha Stewart both recently attended a dinner at the Baccarat Hotel held by the Qatari ambassador to the U.S., and let’s be real, no one knows how to stir up drama like Mohammed Jaham Al Kuwari!
Damon Wayans can’t believe everybody’s so bent out of shape about him calling some of Bill Cosby’s alleged victims “unrapeable” and their allegations “a money hustle.” Wayans took to Twitter to huffily defend himself, pointing out that he did say that he felt sorry for anyone who was actually raped or whatever.
Nicki Minaj is expecting a child, Meek Mill’s semen had at least a small part in her pregnancy, and they’re going to tour together this summer. Wow. Can you believe it? I’m not sure I can, but hey, it was on MediaTakeOut , and they began the post with: “This is NOT RUMOR it’s FACT.”
That Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting a boy...is no accident. (Re-read that in Richard Attenborough’s voice.) A source told Us Weekly the couple only had male embryos implanted to guarantee a brother for Nori.
Are Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner—aka Bennifer: Round 2—getting divorced? If you believe the tabloids, then yes, they are.
Nikki Finke, Hollywood’s elusive écriveuse (yes I know that’s bad French), reemerged Monday morning with a new website, new attitude, and new headshot. After leaving Deadline (the site she founded) in 2013, Finke launched NikkiFinke.com, her much-hyped next chapter that was less Deadline 2.0 and more Infrequently…
Though it’s hard to predict which of your antics will prove to be long-lasting in memory, some stories just follow you around. And some of these stories are easier to bet on than others in terms of longevity, such as: if you leave a used tampon in a dude’s shower when you’re 15, chances are that word is going to get…
Nestled inside The Hollywood Reporter’s New York Media blah blah blah issue is a real gem: a lengthy interview with gossip queen Liz Smith.
US Weekly has issued a retraction of their "exclusive interview" with Kendall Jenner speaking candidly about Bruce Jenner's transition.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we melt our brains down to a thick, soupy liquid, load it into squirt guns, and chase our crush around the park until we pass out.
Kendall Jenner confirmed and expressed support for Bruce Jenner's reported transition in an interview with US Weekly published earlier today. Or did she?
People like to talk, and that's no secret. But nevertheless, we try to keep our secrets anyway, despite the sheer amount of inappropriate or otherwise none-of-your-business intel that gets circulated not just among friends but at our places of employment. And the amount of intel we're talking is all of it. Some of it…