Wanna know which way Kristen Stewart is swinging these days? You have two options: 1.) Get over yourself and mind your own business, you dingus, or 2.) fucking Google it already.
This Tuesday, Glee actress Naya Rivera announced on Twitter that she’s sold a tell-all memoir to Tarcher, a publishing house under the umbrella of Penguin Group. That’s great! Can I ghostwrite it?
The apple (bottom? are we still referring to women’s bums as various types of fruit?) does not fall far from the tree, I’m afraid: North West is possibly just as obsessed with selfies as her famous mama is.
A matronly, 29-year old Amanda Seyfried thinks you younguns need to lay off the 'Grammin'.
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…
In very exciting baby news, Naya Rivera—of Glee and The View—has announced that she and husband Ryan Dorsey are expecting their first child. Get pumped, everyone, because she is going to say the best (read: nuttiest) shit about pregnancy and motherhood.
Jay Z hit the streets of New York Fashion Week and let out a smile that was a little too free and his nemesis Cam'ron was right there to call him out. The discord between Cam and Jay is so great because they genuinely can't stand one another and are the real world's definition of Big Sean's love letter to Naya…
In today's Tweet Beat, Lolo Jones knows why God does things, Naya Rivera has an interesting reading technique and Bette Midler considers a career change.
Here's a funny between all of those 'OMG THE SNOW WILL KILL US' tweets: Big Sean says he didn't write "IDFWU" from a "bitter" place. LOL lies.
Like a beautiful, insane phoenix that rises from the ashes of a crazy fire, Glee's Naya Rivera has returned to the set of The View to explain what she meant when she said that white people shower more than people of color.
Naya Rivera, the undisputed Queen of Saying and Doing Bizarre Shit to Get Press, said in an interview today that showering every day is "for white people."
If there's one thing the guilty pop culture consumer loves, it's a famous person who enjoys courting scandal as much as we enjoy reading about it. Which is why we owe Naya Rivera—Glee actress, Kim Kardashian critic and drama monger—a big thank you for her gifts over the past year.
More shots fired in the great Ass Wars of 2014. Jonathan Cheban, founder of The Dishh and best friend of Kim Kardashian, has accused Glee actress Naya Rivera of Single White Female-ing Kim after Naya allegedly left a critical comment on Kim's Instagram.
Yesterday The Hollywood Reporter held its 22nd annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, and talented ladies gathered at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
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.
Last night on the red carpet at the AMAs, there were a lot of hot white outfits, a smattering of cool dark gowns and just the right number of what the fuck getups.
Last night, Elle hosted its 20th annual Women in Hollywood Celebration, an event that does the very important and necessary job of celebrating women in Hollywood (as you could likely infer from the evening's title). Many amazing, smart, talented, and inspiring women were in attendance; looking through the guest list…
Turnz out everyone's favorite shirtless chest Zac Efron did a stint in rehab five months ago, while filming the upcoming Seth Rogen comedy Neighbors. E! claims it was for drinking, while TMZ says it was molly and coke — and that earlier this year Efron and some friends went on a flop-sweaty rager and caused $50,000…
Pint-sized FAO Schwartz mascot Suri Cruise broke her arm, a rep for Katie Holmes has confirmed to People without stating the cause of the injury.