Despite having a wealth of material that should have made it essential viewing—from Kim’s Paris robbery, to Kourtney’s rumored love life, to Caitlyn’s memoir—the March season premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians was the show’s least-watched since 2008. Maybe the family has, after almost 10 years on the air,…
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The virtual water cooler is abuzz over rumors and seemingly proof that Her Glowness Jennifer Lopez and Drake are officially a couple.
“Be kind to everyone you meet,” someone once said. “For everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” None more so than fashion designer Elie Tahari, who was physically removed from an Intermix boutique Saturday after a tussle with a security guard.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we go to the counter with our magazines, get asked if we need a bag, say no, and hear the cashier laugh in response. “I know you don’t need a bag,” he says. “You’re the guy who never needs a bag!”
Naya Rivera’s new memoir Sorry Not Sorry is coming out and she is does not seem to be holding anything back in terms of strong headline reveals.
In a masterfully sly move, Kim Kardashian has posted to her Snapchat account footage revealing that, despite what Taylor Swift has claimed, the pop star signed off on Kanye West’s lyrics for “Famous,” the first single from Life Of Pablo. The videos capture the phone conversation in which Kanye obtains Swift’s approval.
Tabloids like Star, OK!, and In Touch have covered Jennifer Aniston’s countless pregnancies for years. Some were miracles, some were twins, and more than a few were surprises, but they all had one thing in common: they were fake. But after years of sitting silently as tabloids made up stories about her uterus—and just…
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…
We know Justin Bieber has been getting in touch with his sensitive side lately. That mood has apparently shifted him towards getting very razzed about one of the most ridiculous gossip websites out there, Bonnie Fuller’s Hollywood Life; Bieber suggested to his followers on Instagram early Wednesday morning that they…
On Tuesday evening, Hillary Clinton, the know-it-all, and Bernie Sanders, the hippie, went upstairs to get some privacy.
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.