Phew! Richard Simmons has responded to claims that he’s being held hostage in his home by an alleged witch-maid by telling both Today and Entertainment Tonight that he is not being held hostage in his home by an alleged witch-maid.
In today's Tweet Beat, Julie Klausner perfectly rails against the the lack of diversity in late night television, Jackie Collins is very interested in your boyfriend's underwear and Bethenny Frankel missed an important lesson in school.
Big news on the late night front: David Letterman is retiring in 2015. Big news! That means a coveted and rare spot is opening up in the dude party that is late night TV. Could it be that the time has finally come to let a woman sit behind a desk and ask guests questions about movies they're promoting on shows that…
In today's Tweet Beat, Paris Hilton takes to sniffing, jelly sandals are back and Evan Rachel Wood is pleased about it and Julie Klausner remembers a golden moment from earlier in the week.
In today's Tweet Beat, Mara Wilson can't seem to shake her past, Simon Pegg channels Sean Connery à la Zardoz, and Julie Klausner has quite the show to pitch.
Julie Klausner's first YA novel, Art Girls Are Easy, is being released as an original e-book on May 7th; the paperback hits on June 1. Set in the exclusive world of an upscale fine and performing arts camp, Art Girls Are Easy features Indigo Hamlisch, a fifteen-year-old art prodigy. She looks forward to her last…
Please turn your attention to this focus group about the latest Twilight movie and women's level of horniness in relation to said movie. Survey says that horniness goes up and down depending on whatever, and that women don't like Jacob? Let's take a gander:
Last night, Barbra Streisand did a show at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn — her hometown — and it was a sold-out show with 19,000 folks in the seats. As the New York Times reports, she exclaimed, "I've come home at last!" It was a big deal for the 70-year-old EGOT winner, as Entertainment Weekly's Jessica Shaw …
In 2007, Gawker Media launched Jezebel.com; five years and over three million readers later, we figure it's time to celebrate. But rather than toot our own horn, we decided to honor 25 game-changing women who we think embody what we're all about: names you may know, names you should know, and names you'll be hearing…
I know some of you are fans of Patton Oswalt, so you'll be glad to know that today is his 43rd birthday. Celebrate his talent by watching this amazing parody of The Room, also starring the lovely Julie Klausner.
The trajectory of the whole women in comedy debate over the past couple of years could be summed up as follows:
We'd pretty much watch Julie Klausner read the phone book, so when she's communicating with felines as a Cat Whisperer, it kind of doesn't get any better:
Julie Klausner's I Don't Care About Your Band is the anti-Marry Him — a celebration of self-love in the face of laughably bad dudes.
Look, I like former SNL members Casey Wilson and Michaela Watkins, but how come no one's even paid them the compliment of suggesting that's an option? Nope. When a woman's fired, it's all about the looks.
Funny lady Julie Klausner has directed our attention to Mitzi Gaynor, a woman of average talents and fab outfits which naturally translates to variety show super-stardom. This was the trash TV of the '70s!