It was the moment every Emmy Awards viewer was waiting for all night. Would Jon Hamm finally win an Emmy for his work on Mad Men, and would he thank his ex-parter Jennifer Westfeldt during the speech? The answers to both of those questions, thank god, is yes.
Jon Hamm, a man who is mad, and girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt, a woman of indeterminate anger, have broken up, the couple announced on Monday.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Jon Cryer is a Mad Men fan, I hope Sofia Vergara’s secret has something to do with Joe Manganiello and teens love Zac Efron again.
After sixteen years as a couple, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt have reportedly called it quits.
Lizzy Caplan and Jon Hamm both made appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night to promote Masters of Sex and Minions, respectively.
Mad Men ended in a soft focus, feel-good, post-hippie haze, a heart-warming rendition of “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing” in the form of a real-life 1971 Coke commercial that presaged globalism and—because it was an ad—globalization, too.
We can all agree that Mad Men has had its share of intense episodes, as it’s explored every hellish crevice of the virulently unscrupulous and morally bankrupt. But last night’s episode, with its escalating depiction of women at the cusp of feminism yet not close enough to save them, was in my mind the most…
UH-OH. Justin Bieber wrapped his arms around Ariana Grande while the pair were singing a duet together at a concert and now babysitter Big Sean is MAD.
Oh, no, fellas! Yet another one of those gals from the pictures is talking about equal pay and this time it's Cate Blanchett! Get on the horn and call up the big boss from MGM because someone's gotta shut this down tout suite!
Scarlett Johansson, who is widely considered one of the most beautiful people on the planet, sat down with Barbara Walters recently to reveal this humbling tidbit about herself: Asked if she likes her body, Johansson replied that she only thinks it's only "okay." Looks like stars really are just like us (i.e.…
This Christmas, the U.K. will be taking in a little technofuturistic paranoia with their seasonal cheer, as Jon Hamm appears in a special holiday edition of Black Mirror. And here's your first look, featuring Hamm and his stubble! (Oh, and costar Rafe Spall.)
Last night, Jon Hamm appeared on Comedy Central's @Midnight wearing a cat sweatshirt and publicly declared his enthusiasm for the Internet's mascot: "Dogs may be man's best friend, but cats are clearly man's best snuggle buddy."
Your boyfriend Jon Hamm and his beautiful hair have a new gig! Apparently, he'll be appearing on televisions in the U.K. this December on Black Mirror, a feature-length special comprised of "three interwoven stories of Yuletide techno-paranoia." Sounds Dickensian.
It looks like Amy Poehler's autobiography, Yes Please, is going to be completely awesome. But you already knew that. What you didn't know is that the magical wizarding powers of Jon Hamm can help relieve stress.
Andy Cohen really hit the guest jackpot on Watch What Happens Live last night, booking not only Jon Hamm, but the ever-delightful Amy Sedaris, as well!
Courtney Love shared a very special conversation she once had with Russell Brand. Love says that Brand attempted to intercourse her, but she declined, saying that the actor had a "musky" scent. "Too musky."
Seeing double? A smattering of unsettling photos ahoy...
Apparently rumors have been flying (I hadn't heard them, but okey dokey) that Jon Hamm is cheating on Jennifer Westfeldt by secret-dating Elisabeth Moss. Hamm responded today with a resounding, "Whut?"
Last night's Parks and Recreation — the season six finale — was Councilman Jamm-packed with special guest appearances. Jeff Tweedy, Yo La Tengo, The Decemberists, Tammy 2, Jean-Ralphio and Mona-Lisa Saperstein all stopped by, but most exciting of all (for Amy Poehler's Leslie Knope, at least) was an appearance by…