This should be fan-freaking-tastic: Leah Remini, Scientology escapee, lands her TV series about Scientology on A&E. Earlier this year, we told you about this project, the news of which came via journalist Tony Ortega who has seemingly dedicated his life to reporting about Scientology and its various evils. Now A&E,…
Three years after leaving Scientology—and just eight months after releasing a memoir about her departure—Leah Remini is “shooting” a television series about the church and how it destroys families.
After a high-profile book tour that included a blockbuster interview on 20/20, Leah Remini’s memoir about her life in the Church of Scientology, Troublemaker, was released Tuesday. The book is a quick read (the final 50 pages or so are just photos), but covers a lot of ground—from Leah’s mother first explaining…
The question asked in that headline is a legitimate one, as I honestly have no clue what’s happening in the video. It was reportedly uploaded to Nicki Minaj’s Instagram last night, and deleted soon after for reasons about which I’m not entirely clear.
Leah Remini gave a gripping interview on 20/20 Friday night in which she discussed her 30-plus years of experience as a member of the Church of Scientology. One interesting tidbit had to do with Jennifer Lopez and the wedding of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Remini claims the church tried to recruit her pal, J-Lo.
According to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt themselves, their marriage is just fine. In fact, it’s “very, very stable.” Their family is great! Everything is great! They’re making a movie together.
Former Scientologist Leah Remini will be on 20/20 Friday evening to talk about Scientology, her new book, and the possibility of a King of Queens movie. OK, she’s actually just talking about the first two things, but that’s more than enough content for a compelling interview.
Last week, Justin Bieber released the dance video for “Sorry,” his newest collaboration with producers Skrillex and Blood. This week, he’s making it known that he’s done with apologies.
Damon Wayans can’t believe everybody’s so bent out of shape about him calling some of Bill Cosby’s alleged victims “unrapeable” and their allegations “a money hustle.” Wayans took to Twitter to huffily defend himself, pointing out that he did say that he felt sorry for anyone who was actually raped or whatever.
In a new clip from her TLC reality series, Leah Remini: It’s All Relative, Leah Remini keeps it real as usual about her falling out with Scientology.
Former Scientologist Leah Remini thanked HBO documentary filmmakers behind Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief via Twitter earlier today, adding in an interview with People that she's "not trying to bash anybody, and I'm not trying to be controversial. I just want people to know the truth."
The Grammy nominations were
announced last night via
ancient Illuminati ritual a concert. Jay Z leads the pack with nine nominations, including those for Best
Rap Song and Best Rap Album. Kendrick Lamar, Justin Timberlake, Daft Punk,
Lorde and Taylor Swift (TAY TAY SHINES, Y'ALL!) also really cleaned up:
The cast for the ninth season of Dancing With the Stars has been announced, and Bill Nye the Science Guy™ is one of the competitors, along with some other people you liked when you were younger.
Yesterday we learned that Leah Remini sicced the cops on The Church of Scientology, filing a missing person report for Shelly Miscavige, the wife of Church leader David Miscavige. Today we're finding out the case is closed: The Church shut that shit down real quick.
Last month, Leah Remini announced that she was leaving the Church of Scientology. She plans on writing a tell-all memoir about her experiences in Scientology, including "everything that's taboo to talk about." And now, word is the actress has filed a missing person report for Shelly Miscavige, the wife of the church's…
There have been rumors floating around about Raven-Symone's sexual orientation for a couple years now, but today she finally made what amounts to a straightforward announcement. Symone tweeted: "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you." Not that it was any of our business, but CAH-YOOT.
Justin Bieber got a fucking realistic tattoo of his mom Patti Mallette's eye on the inside of his arm, so in case you were planning to have sex with him or something, you should probably be aware that that thing will be staring at you, and also, we can get you help!
Incredibly, Justin Timberlake genuinely seemed to have no idea that "Take Back The Night," his latest club single for all of us to get SeXXXy to, shares a name with a massive sexual assault awareness campaign.
Amanda Seyfried is spreadin' gospel about the way (some) people's vaginas and hearts fall in love, e.g. no matter what Hollywood rom-coms say, the My Best Friend's Wedding theorem doesn't generally play out in real life.