Ben Affleck is being called out for allegedly censoring the press during a promotional tour for his upcoming film The Accountant, in which he appears to play a nerd who’s dangerously good at math. (If I am understanding the trailer correctly, Affleck’s character’s special power is scribbling math problems furiously on…
If you thought the release of Beyoncé’s Ivy Park was the most exciting celebrity fashion news of the day, think again, my friend, because Paula Deen—TV’s friendliest racist—is coming out with Paula Deen’s Closet, a clothing line designed with some very Paula Deen-specific needs in mind.
Sad Dancing With the Stars Diaries is a series in which we imagine the innermost feelings of Dancing With the Stars contestants, as written in their “journals.”
Last year, celebrity chef and cruise ship host Paula Deen told Matt Lauer she had “learned so much” after being called out for the racist remarks she’s made in the past. But it’s apparently taken her less than a year to forget those lessons, because today she tweeted this #TransformationTuesday photo of her and her…
Maybe I’ve been living under a rock—entirely plausible; Boston’s winter was pretty shitty—but I had absolutely no idea that Paula Deen had been pulling in the kind of dough required to own a 28,000-square foot house. Which is now on the market. For $13 million.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is usually a quiet and peaceful place, the humdrum of everyday life only interrupted by the delighted screams of the fun-seekers at the town’s beloved main attraction: Dollywood. But now another southern beauty is moving into Pigeon Forge, and she’s about to cover everything in boo-ter.
Paula Deen, diabetic butter enthusiast and famed deployer of racial slurs (as she said in her deposition: "I can't, myself, determine what offends another person"), has just signed a multi-book deal with Hachette, the publisher relatively fresh off their frazzled, victorious campaign against Amazon to set their own…
Hey y'all! Paula Deen needs help naming her new dog. Won't you lend her a hand?
This baffling promo for Paula Deen's version of Christmas will leave you wishing you lived on a distant planet where holidays had never been dreamed up in the first place.
Paula Deen is in the midst of trying to claw her way back to relevancy over a year after she was exposed as the butter-soaked racist we all probably assumed she was. Steve Harvey and his mustache have a television show to host, advertising dollars to worry about and not a whole hell of a lot of concern for the…
Don't look now, but Paula Deen is currently powering through the hairpin turn in her redemption narrative! Looks like it's just a matter of time before America takes her back, returning her to her place in the celebrity chef pantheon.
Paula Deen is back — and still deep fried in denial. She's also proof of an annoying trend that compromised people love — ‘You are demonizing me for being terrible, but I’m the real victim. I’m the one in pain!’ Newsflash: You should be, and no one wants your tears.
For those of you wondering exactly what butter enthusiast Paula Deen has learned in the year since that god-awful Today show interview following accusations of racism — and being let go from the Food Network — the Deen-ster will be returning to the show on Tuesday.
Paula Deen announced on her website this week that she plans to launch her own online network later this year.
Awwww, goody! America's happy-go-lucky racist grandmother Paula Deen has just announced that she will be leaving a buttery snail trail across the country as she kicks off a nationwide tour this summer.
The stupidly named seafood shack that blew up Paula Deen's empire has been suddenly shut down. Uncle Bubba's Seafood and Oyster House has been closed to "explore development options for the waterfront property on which the restaurant is located."
Paula Deen's Sorry I'm A Racist tour is chugging along, leaving a thick trail of butter and delusional self-pity smeared across the countryside.
The Paula Deen comeback tour continues, y'all, this time with an extensive interview in People Magazine where the queen of boootter and oil expressed a lot of sadness about how people see her as racist all because she used the n-word a handful of times and once — JUST ONCE —got all sentimental about the good ol' days…
Miley Cyrus started her Bangerz tour yesterday and it looks...interesting. If her opening number is any indication, this concert pretty much encapsulates everything we've seen Miley do in the past several months: underwear as outerwear, sinister-looking stuffed animals, a little person carrying a photo of Britney…
After a huge cash infusion from an investor who has $75 million worth of faith that embattled chef Paula Deen's buttery best years are ahead of her, the comfort food maven is poised to make a big time comeback... in Skymall.