Chris Martin—in conjunction with a Rolling Stone cover shot that screams “LOVE ME!” and “wyd...” at the same time—says he once wrote a song for Beyoncé that she rejected because it was bad.
While it wasn’t totally shocking for a Shonda Rhimes show to have an abortion scene, that episode of Scandal last year was a significant moment for primetime TV. Kerry Washington talked about its impact in an interview with WWD this week.
Creed director and noted man Ryan Coogler thinks women are better filmmakers than men, which is a nice thing to say.
Jennifer Lawrence appears on the cover of Glamour’s February issue with the cover line “No Filter” (shocking) and an interview that finds her praising Planned Parenthood.
Fox News anchor and Kelly File host Megyn Kelly is featured on the cover of Vanity Fair’s February issue, revealing an array of interesting tidbits—she was violently ill during the August GOP debate, Donald Trump used to send her fan mail, her personal stance on abortion is still unknown—and a somewhat worshipful…
Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., host of PBS’ Finding Your Roots—the show Ben Affleck nearly ruined earlier this year by omitting his slave owner family history—is ready to move on from that brief lapse of integrity.
With the release date for Star Wars: The Force Awakens creeping closer and closer, we are getting a true treat: interviews with Carrie Fisher.
In a crackling profile in the new issue of GQ, Cate Blanchett gets candid (and increasingly tipsy) with writer Zach Baron. The portion of their conversation that focuses on gender in the film industry—a topic Blanchett is ready to move beyond—is particularly worth reading:
Fetty Wap has multiple anthems about putting his lady on a pedestal, including a song about spending QT with his trap queen while cooking crack. But is he a feminist?
New York magazine published a profile on R. Kelly this week that poses the old question: “Is It Okay to Listen to R. Kelly?” In the story, the R&B legend who was acquitted of child pornography charges addresses his alleged “sexual attraction to underage girls.” Obviously, he says, he’s “moved on.”
Vogue’s creative director Grace Coddington thinks people posting about food all the time on Instagram are “pathetic” and she’s obviously right. But whatever, look at that cat. #cats #catsofinstagram #cutecats #catstagram #kittycats #catlove #catowners #catladies #meowmeow.
In an interview with Nightline that airs tonight, Shonda Rhimes explains how worrying about her weight made her feel anti-feminist.
Tom Jones wants to get his DNA tested, just to be 100-percent certain that he doesn’t have any black in him. Because people keep asking.
Jewel, who’s promoting her third book, a memoir called Never Broken, stopped by Us Weekly to get detailed about her the love affair she had with Sean Penn in the ‘90s. Again! Jewel we get it!
Five years after The Hills ended, Heidi and Spencer Pratt are still—seemingly against all odds—alive and kicking, at least according to a disturbing, incredible new profile on the couple from Complex.
T, the New York Times’s style magazine, interviewed Karl Lagerfeld for a feature set in Paris, the only city in which Karl Lagerfeld truly exists. Given the setting and opportunity, the ever-quotable Karl Lagerfeld spouted the most Karl Lagerfeldian quote that ever did see the light of day, and it might have been his…