In a cover story for Complex, Mariah Carey talks about why we won’t see much of her future third husband James Packer on her upcoming not-a-reality-show Mariah’s World. She also alludes to a potential prenup and tells a little story about dismissing her bishop.
Lindsay Lohan is on the brink of change. She’s engaged, she’s writing a book, producing an album, thinking about starting a charity, thinking about having kids, and hitting the big 3-0.
Rachel Roy has largely avoided the press since appearing to out herself on Instagram in April as the adulterous “Becky with the good hair” in Beyoncé’s Lemonade, which she tried rather unsuccessfully to pivot into a conversation about bullying before claiming it was all a bad joke. In keeping with this odd PR…
Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey, moms of all moms, spent part of the United State of Women Summit in a Q&A session, discussing topics such as self-worth, Obama’s plans post-first-lady and, of course, how to deal with your fucking haters.
There’s a possible solution to white male angst that white men seem to have not discovered, and Patricia Clarkson is right on the money in explaining exactly what this solution entails.
If it was up to David Letterman, there would be a woman hosting CBS’ The Late Show right now instead of Stephen Colbert. So he suggests.
Stop. Sit down. Stand up. Sit back down. Slowly! It’s time to pick up a few lessons about social media, naked photos and new journalism from the tech prodigy Kim Kardashian.
On Thursday night, Gloria Steinem joined other feminist luminaries at the Brooklyn Museum for the Sackler Center First Awards, an annual event that recognizes iconic women distinguished for being “the first in their fields.”
Quantico star Priyanka Chopra, who’s on the cover of Complex laying in an ocean of money, wouldn’t be satisfied just being a Bond girl.
In an interview Tuesday hosted by the Rockefeller Foundation, Robin Wright revealed that she requested a pay increase so her wages would match co-star Kevin Spacey’s after a couple seasons of making their show House of Cards.
Fashion icon Grace Coddington, having retired from Vogue, is keeping busy with a new scent from Comme des Garcons and, it seems, being somewhat relaxed. Into the Gloss stopped by her apartment in New York—decorated by an artful, homey cluster of black and white photographs—and discussed her lifelong beauty routine,…
In an interview with The Guardian, Seth Rogen talked about his recent realization that some jokes in his films, including Superbad—and, now that you mention it, yes, even his recent movies—are “blatantly homophobic.”
The new Vanity Fair profile on Amy Schumer, written by Bruce Handy, is fairly unremarkable (unless, like me, you’re shocked that a national publication would use the word “comedienne” and feign shock over a female comic working blue in 2016)—that is, until Schumer opens up about the tragic movie theater shooting that…
In an interview with Time as part of its Time 100 feature, Priyanka Chopra recalled a moment earlier in her career when a Bollywood producer referred to actresses as “replaceable.”
Renowned painter Marilyn Minter has been fundraising for Planned Parenthood for the past several years and has recently released a collaboration with Miley Cyrus and Marc Jacobs to benefit the organization. In a new interview with Artsy, the always fascinating Minter sat down to discuss her thoughts on reproductive…
In preparation for Bridget Jones’s Baby, the third film in the Bridget Jones franchise, the L.A. Times has released a (relatively brief) oral history of the first film featuring Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, producer Eric Fellner, and Sharon Maguire, director of the first and third films. Notably missing was Hugh…
Melissa Harris-Perry sat down with Anita Hill for Essence to discuss Hill’s experience in 1991, when she accused then-Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, and what it felt like to be thrust into the national spotlight over such a personal matter.
Florida spokesman Aaron Carter has continued to do the press rounds to promote his upcoming album, LøVë, and it continues to be wildly uncomfortable.
The celebrity appearance fee world is a crazy ecosystem of fame, lime light and cash, where the talentless (Scott Disick) and infamous (Ray J) can make bank for just showing up places. In a new piece for GQ, Carrie Battan dives into how it all works, and there are a number of gems, mostly from Disick’s…