Late last year, as winter and the imminence of Donald Trump being sworn into office set in, Margaret Cho and Tilda Swinton found themselves in something of a feud. Maybe you remember reading about it here. (And, especially, here.) On Bobby Lee’s TigerBelly podcast, Cho recounted an exchange she had with Swinton about…
Tilda Swinton and Margaret Cho have enjoyed extensive discussion over Swinton’s casting as the Ancient One in Doctor Strange, who in the original comic was a Tibetan man. Though their email exchange originally took place in May, it only came to light during Cho’s appearance on Bobby Lee’s TigerBelly podcast earlier…
Earlier today, we posted about Margaret Cho’s account of a “fight” she had with Tilda Swinton regarding her controversial casting in Doctor Strange, in which Swinton played the Ancient One, a character who originally was written as Tibetan in the Doctor Strange comics.
In this year’s Marvel flick Doctor Strange, Tilda Swinton plays the Ancient One, a character that was originally Tibetan in the movie’s comic-book source material. Changing the race of the character was reportedly a politically-motivated decision “in large part over fears of offending the Chinese government and people…
The second episode of the eighth season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has Jerry picking up Margaret Cho in a 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport. The duo chat about comedy, feminism, sexuality, Nazism and rape.
Earlier today on Twitter, comedian Margaret Cho expressed disappointment over the upcoming Absolutely Fabulous movie’s decision to cast a white actress Janette Tough as a male Japanese fashion designer named “Huki Muki.”
It’s been a long ten months since Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin exited Fashion Police following Giuliana Rancic’s offensive remarks regarding Zendaya’s hair at the Oscars. Since then, the panel has included Rancic, Melissa Rivers, Brad Goreski and a rotating roster of celebrity guest judges. One of those special…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Victoria Beckham is Embarrassing Mum Spice, Tyson Beckford has a terrible breakfast and Margaret Cho is tired of the bullshit.
Margaret Cho was raped and sexually molested numerous times growing up, she revealed in an interview with Billboard published on Wednesday. The interview was arranged in anticipation of the launch of her “psyCHO” comedy and music tour on October 2, as well as her untitled album which addresses her abuse.
After a contentious few months, Fashion Police returned Monday night with a VMA’s Special, obviously sans star Joan Rivers. Her ghost, however, seems to have made an appearance.
Constance Wu is living the dream of every up and coming actor—landing the lead on a hit sitcom on a major network with a rapt audience. But Wu's role as Jessica Huang, Taiwanese mom of three boys on Fresh Off the Boat, is more than just a sweet gig—it's historical, as FOTB is only the second Asian American-centric…
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In today's Tweet Beat, Margaret Cho doesn't care if you liked her joke or not, Lucy Hale gets it right re: cantaloupe and George Takei tries to confuse you.
Ready your DVRs: Margaret Cho is getting her very own late-night talk show on TLC, and it's called All About Sex. My god! A TLC program that might actually teach somebody something!
In today's Tweet Beat, Margaret Cho shows some love for a bountiful ass, Elizabeth Banks rocks out to NPR and Ansel Elgort gets very #deep.
In today's Tweet Beat, Margaret Cho detects a scent, Bryan Greenberg is getting pumped up and wonders if you are too and Spencer Pratt scares the world.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jessica Biel doesn't understand what turning 32 years old means, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is hungry and Margaret Cho has a conversation with herself about old makeup.
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, Kylie Jenner exemplifies her generation's attention span for books, books adapted into movies, and life in general, Margaret Cho may have invented the best hashtag ever, and Patti Stanger claims to speak the word of God.
Last night we told you how Hot 97's Peter Rosenberg criticized Nicki Minaj's single "Starships," his harsh words causing her label head Lil Wayne to pull her from the station's Summer Jam in New Jersey. Well, she appeared on fellow Hot 97 DJ Funkmaster Flex's radio show after all hell broke loose on the Twitters to…
In this week's TV roundup, Tan Mom comes to SNL, Smash gets another dash of adultery, dragons go missing on Game of Thrones and Jennifer Love Hewitt talks about her tits.