Raise your hand if you would watch the hell out of a late-night talk show hosted by André Leon Talley. All of your hands had better be up! The man who coined the term drekitude has inked a deal with production company to develop such a show:
Gwen Stefani is on the cover of the September issue of Bazaar, and the 42-year-old mom is asked about how she keeps in shape. She explains:
In this week's TV roundup, Frank Ocean kills it on Late Night, parents are horrible on Cheer Perfection, Andy Cohen hosts a mini Clueless reunion and Topher Grace has a heated moment with Will Arnett.
Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal asked a question that the current leisure class of baby boomer pensioners is apparently fixated on: in the greenhouse, do women finally have an spouse-free space equivalent to the man cave? You're goddamn right they do.
Today we're tipping our hat to Macy's for reminding us of that scary children's story about the girl whose head was held on with a green ribbon. Here we have a model whose head is attached to her body with nothing but a jaunty mismatched scarf! Even if she had her original head, the sight of her flailing her wristless…
In a huge turning point in the fight for gay rights, on Wednesday Democrats introduced bills in both houses of Congress to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, the 1996 law that bans the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages.
One policeman's case of the law's inconsistencies: He was legally allowed to have sex with two sixteen-year-old girls, but not consensually record himself doing so, since the cutoff for child pornography is 18. He was sentenced to 15 years.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, a 3500-square-foot apartment in Manhattan isn't big enough for Kelsey Grammer's wife, Kathie Lee Gifford tries to use the subway, and Oprah has the nerve to think someone else's name is weird.
For their Real Housewives of D.C. audition tape, the Salahis filmed themselves at a palatial Virginia mansion, claiming it was their home. However, they never owned the property, and the people who do were shocked when contacted about the ruse.
The New York Times tells us that mean girls are getting younger. But as most of us know, the elementary-school mean girl is in fact an iconic — and feared — figure. Herewith, five of the very worst.