Considering his track record of saying dumb offensive shit, we really shouldn’t be surprised. And yet. And yet, my friends.
In wake of Friday’s shooting at a Planned Parenthood location in Colorado Springs, celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen, Kerry Washington and Kathy Griffin are offering their support for the women’s healthcare organization.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kathy Griffin and Eddie Murphy have a pajama party, Brooklyn Decker has a traumatizing experience and Kevin Hart, I don’t even know.
Last night at the MTV VMAs, Taylor Swift and Kanye West came full circle—not because they finally and publicly made amends after the 2009 VMAs incident when Kanye interrupted Taylor’s acceptance speech, but because Kanye, once again, got Taylor mad.
This is probably what should have been done in the first place, rather than having Kathy Griffin attempt to make jokes about fashion, which she clearly does not care about: Melissa Rivers is filling the vacancy on Fashion Police left by her mother, and the show will return on Monday, August 31.
Hello world, Shade Court is in session, and oh are the scales of justice in action today.
If you thought the annoying fire that all but consumed E!’s Fashion Police had finally been put out, you were sadly mistaken. Slide down the this again? pole, hop on the who cares? truck, and the unleash your enough already hose, because Melissa Rivers just poured a big tank of gasoline—and tossed a highly flammable …
Comedian Kathy Griffin is taking a stand. After a seven-episode stint, she quit E!'s reliably savage roundtable gabfest Fashion Police with a socially conscious flourish, calling herself a feminist whose positive message didn't "fit with the creative direction of the show."
Who will police the Fashion Police? Kathy Griffin, apparently.
Last night, as previously reported, Kathy Griffin announced that she was leaving E!'s Fashion Police after seven episodes, stating, "I do not want to use my comedy to contribute to a culture of unattainable perfectionism and intolerance towards difference." Celebrity best friend Lena Dunham could not be happier for…
Kathy Griffin has only hosted Fashion Police for two months, but she's already over it. After only seven episodes, Griffin threw in the towel, releasing a message on Twitter about not fitting in and not wanting to use her humor to contribute to a culture of "perfectionism" and "intolerance."
The fallout over Giuliana Rancic's Oscars night comments about Zendaya's hair continues, with some sources now saying that Kelly Osbourne warned the E! Fashion Police crew not to make critical comments and others claiming that it was Kathy Griffin who fed Rancic the "smells like patchouli oil... or weed" line. It's a…
Joan Rivers said a lot of uncouth shit in her time, and other than the moments she resorted to boring racialist stuff, she was very deft at pulling it off. Especially on Fashion Police, in which her combination of snarking and snapping and self-awareness, at times, made it seem like if she didn't love your outfit, at…
The new Fashion Police trailer is out, and frankly, it may inspire you to do some policing yourself.
In today's Tweet Beat, Boy George challenges Mariah Carey for most creative "chanteuse" title, Snookie is setting fashion trends and Kathy Griffin's mother is giving the look that we're all feeling.
In today's Tweet Beat, Kathy Griffin and Goldie Hawn love lipgloss and Instagram filters, Bill Murray has excellent taste in jackets and selfie poses and I would love to attend a mashup of Billy Eichner and Mindy Kaling's parties.
Last April, Craig Ferguson announced that he was stepping down as host of Late Late Show. Even though he has since been replaced by British actor/comedian James Corden, for a moment there we all wondered if we might actually get a lady late night host, and names like Chelsea Handler and Aisha Tyler popped up. Hell,…
Saturday night at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, things were hit and miss on the red carpet. There were ensembles that were very good! But there were also some that were very bad. And a few that were terribly ugly. Let's take a look.
Last night in Los Angeles, stars gathered to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Trevor Project — an organization and 24-hour hotline providing intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth — and to honor Trevor Hero Jane Lynch. The cause was good, the clothes were bad.