Last Monday, reality TV-hating comedian Jerry Seinfeld refused to hug international pop star (and Jerry Seinfeld fan) Kesha when she approached him on the red carpet at the Kennedy Center. Her request was met with a curt, “No thanks,” Seinfeld explained that he simply had no idea who she was, and the internet laughed…
Earlier this week, the gods in control of the internet brought Jerry Seinfeld and Kesha together in an awkward and important moment that was captured on video and which perfectly illustrated why hug intros should be illegal.
Jesus Christ, can this woman not catch a break? On the red carpet before last night’s National Night of Laughter and Song at the Kennedy Center, Kesha approached Jerry Seinfeld to say she loved him and then asked for a hug.
The second episode of the eighth season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has Jerry picking up Margaret Cho in a 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport. The duo chat about comedy, feminism, sexuality, Nazism and rape.
Comedian Garry Shandling, a veteran of many movies and TV shows, died today at age 66. Shandling just recently joined Jerry Seinfeld on his web show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee this season, with the unfortunate episode title “It’s Great That Garry Shandling Is Still Alive.”
As Barack Obama nears the end of his sometimes good, sometimes not-so-good two terms as president, he is developing a healthy case of senioritis. This is good for us, because chill Obama is definitely my best, coolest friend.
On Wednesday, Bill Cosby lost his most recent attempt to keep himself out of court and away from answering questions under oath in yet another sexual battery case.
Trevor Noah took a ride with Jerry Seinfeld for the latter’s web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and talked about how he reacted to landing his new gig hosting The Daily Show. He also awkwardly schooled Seinfeld about racism in South Africa.
During an interview with Colin Cowherd on ESPN radio, Jerry Seinfeld spoke about the problems with all those youngs being too politically correct. “I don’t play colleges but I hear a lot of people tell me, ‘Don’t go near colleges, they’re so PC.’ I have no interest in gender or race or anything like that,” Seinfeld…
On Tuesday night, Jerry Seinfeld performed a generally amusing stand-up act on The Tonight Show wherein he mostly complained about the useless crap people own.
Pictionary is one of those games I have just never been all that into. It's sort of like dating a really handsome guy who all your friends think is wonderful but you find boring as shit. But Pictionary with Miranda Sings, Jerry Seinfeld and Martin Short? That might make me come around.
In today's Tweet Beat, everyone remembers Shirley Temple, Minnie Driver's doing just fine and The Lego Movie might have jacked one of Jerry Seinfeld's jokes.
Your best friend in this bleak abyss of a world Jennifer Lawrence will not be taking your phone calls, for a change.
Years ago, Chris Rock asked a number of comedians to rewrite a movie. In return, he gave them $5,000, fed them, and Rolexes engraved with "Thanks Motherfucker" on the back. Tina Fey and Louis CK both got the same exact watches.
Jerry Seinfeld is a stand up comedian. He's a television star. He's a Porsche nut. His web series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has the most literal title ever and is also amazing. And now he's here for the next hour to answer your questions.
Miley Cyrus overshared to Elle UK about not wanting to do any more oversharing. No, sir. "We [herself and Liam Hemsworth] were too nice to the world and gave them too much insight—into my life and my puppies and my house–-and I just don't feel they get that privilege any more. Like on my Twitter, I'm much more... not…
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes would have liked to give Matthew and Lady Mary Crawley a happier ending, but wasn't able to because Dan Stevens bailed so unceremoniously.
Like that candy corn in the crack of your sofa cushions, the movie Cool Runnings or the actor Michael Caine, this is slightly old and yet important: When Jennifer Lawrence sat down with David Letterman Thursday, he procured a paparazzi photo of her in a bikini so that she could "answer" for her saggy butt. JLaw…
The January edition of Vanity Fair is the "first ever comedy issue," guest-edited by Judd Apatow. There are three different covers, featuring groups of comedians. Unlike the April 2009 issue of VF — "Comedy's New Legends" — there are actual women on these covers. In fact, the editors chose six men and six women to…