In March of 2006, around the time of her 60th birthday, Liza Minnelli appeared as a guest on CNN’s Larry King Live. Based on the chyron (I’ve never seen the full episode), she was there to talk about “her life, her loves, her mom Judy Garland & more, plus your calls!” Unlike Ben Affleck during the premiere of Any…
Though her turn as Faye Resnick on The People vs. O.J. Simpson has sadly come to an end, Connie Britton is still making the rounds promoting Nashville, which is nice and all, but nowhere near as exciting to talk about as Faye.
Queen of Instagram Amber Rose went on Larry King’s show this week to promote her upcoming Slutwalk and talk feminism, as well as address some rumors.
Actress and True Blood star Anna Paquin was subjected to extremely ignorant questions about her bisexuality from media heavyweight Larry King, however she quickly took him to task for his fundamental misunderstanding of her sexual orientation.
Michael Douglas has revealed that he didn't actually have stage four throat cancer, as reported in 2010 (and which he blamed on cunnilingizing Catherine Zeta-Jones too hard)—he had extremely dangerous tongue cancer instead. But he didn't tell anyone because it would have been bad PR. But he's fine now.
Some extra-suave, extra-classy modern day Don Draper has devised a viral marketing campaign for Hot Pockets. Hot Pockets, according to this 4 minute and 36 second long rapturous ode, are delicious meat-pouches that you put in the microwave when you want to feel sexy — which I would say is a very accurate…
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, Drake reads Marshall McLuhan (or reflects on this snafu), Larry King is not a fan of creased jeans, and Ke$ha goes Red Rum.
Comedian and filmmaker Mark Malkoff was recently visiting Los Angeles and didn't want to spend a lot of money on hotel rooms. Rather than hitting up the usual couch-surfing networks, he took to writing celebrities through Facebook, emails and the good ol' fashioned post office. Thirteen of them offered him a place…
Today in Tweet Beat, Aubrey O'Day wants to know what you would say if you had the world's attention. Plus, Roseanne goes on a bizarre "No Fat Chicks" tirade.
Today in Tweet Beat, Anthony Weiner's press conference has everybody talking. Plus, Chris Brown reminds you that he's an adult, in case you forgot based on his behavior.
Alzheimer's doesn't run in Seth Rogen's family, but he has been touched deeply by the disease. His fiancée's mother suffers from Alzheimer's — and has had if for several years — though she is only 59. Rogen and his fiancée are part of a CNN special airing on Sunday, hosted by Larry King, called "Unthinkable: The…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Donald Trump and Victoria Jackson let their wing-nut freak flags fly, Pauly D is hired to promote a product he admittedly hates, and Dionne Warwick does her best to make "hussy" happen."
The Situation was part of the dais at last night's Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump and it's very clear that he isn't cut out for performing comedy. He was so bad that it almost seemed like the writers of the roast gave him shitty jokes so he would intentionally bomb, allowing for a running joke for the rest of…
Today in Tweet Beat, Kanye makes a joke regarding his Taylor Swift incident, but then deletes it after receiving backlash.
Today in Tweet Beat, Kim Zolciak shows off her second trimester. Plus, JWoww gives a preview of her book, which includes advice about pasta.
Now that he's semi-retired, Larry's letting loose, joking with Leno about everything from his mother-in-law to Italian/Jewish rivalry. When asked about his kids' age differences—the oldest being 55 and the youngest being 10—he bragged about his Viagra-less virility.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Anderson Cooper finally meets Real Housewives Nene, someone gave 81-year-old Barbara Walters boxing gear for Christmas, and Bill Maher calls Ryan Seacrest gay—to his face.
On last night's finale of LKL, Larry's wife and sons joined him. Cannon—the younger one—hilariously impersonated his father by shooting off what must be Larry's frequent complaints. ("I'm too old for this! Get in the car!")