Matt Damon is promoting the fifth Bourne movie (I honestly hope they make a thousand of those things) on the cover of this month’s GQ, and—in a twist—the magazine’s editors chose to interview other people about the actor for their story. Though it marks a full 180 from last month’s considerably more revealing profile…
Letter writing is a lost art, which is a real shame considering how unreliable Hotmail turned out to be. But back in the heady days of the 1980s, letters were in, Prince was alive, and Paul McCartney needed some cash for his then-inchoate Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Chaka Khan says she’s checked into rehab for addiction to prescription pain medication, citing Prince’s death as a strong influence for her getting help.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we decide to make this installment a little more interactive by using Kinja’s Q&A system to answer all of your most burning questions about this week’s hottest goss, which includes: Prince’s alleged suicide note, Gwen and Blake’s alleged wedding, Katie and Jamie’s alleged wedding, and
Judith Hill, Prince’s protégée and collaborator for the last two years of his life, described his final days to The New York Times in a profile published on Tuesday—including the details of his mid-flight accidental overdose six days before his untimely passing at the age of 57.
Our legends are dying. On Friday, June 3, we lost another—Muhammad Ali, a man who called himself The Greatest, because he was.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani—a couple as natural and authentic as the pair of tits I plan on buying at 40—are busy promoting their
new duet “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” at various award shows—but are they also paying Instagram influencers to promote the love of “Gwake” on social media?
We don’t know definitively what Prince thought of the Kardashian family, though we can reasonably piece together a trail pointing to his opinion. There was, of course, the time he kicked Kim off his stage, punctuating his cold boot with the bon mot “Welcome to America.” And now, Zooey Deschanel has revealed that…
Just two weeks after Prince’s sudden death, his estate allowed his music to appear on an episode of Grey’s Anatomy, raising the question of what Prince, who was fiercely dedicated to controlling the use of his music, would have thought of the decision.
Andrew Kornfeld, the man who called 911 to report Prince being found unconscious in an elevator, is currently under investigation “for the unauthorized practice of medicine,” but you wouldn’t know that from asking him—as he hasn’t said a word to reporters since the incident occurred.
Bringing together two names that you thought would remain separate forever, comedian Arsenio Hall is suing Sinead O’Connor for $5 million for defamation after the musician accused Hall of supplying Prince with drugs and spiking her “years ago at Eddie murphy’s house.”
The results of Prince’s autopsy won’t be available for weeks to come, but that hasn’t stemmed the tide of speculation that his cause of death was linked to his use of painkillers. Now, it appears that the beloved megastar died just one day before he was slated to meet with a doctor nationally-renowned for dealing with…
At last night’s Met Gala, potential Becky/US celebrity Rita Ora barged through the front doors of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after flashing Anna Wintour a napkin on which she scribbled “MET GALA TICKET” in red lipstick and waded through the piles of glamorous robots until finally reaching Our Lady in Latex, …
A Nashville sports reporter who delivered a Prince-themed report after the musician’s death has been fired, according to his Facebook page.
Forgive me for leading the morning roundup of celebrity gossip with a silly item about the unpleasant behavior of a dead man, but it’s Throwback Thursday and I’ve never mentioned Peter O’Toole in Dirt Bag before, so why the hell not?
On Tuesday, Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson filed a bunch of papers at the Minnesota probate court that indicated Prince died without executing a will. This is having expensive consequences.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we return to the more exciting tabloids after taking a week off to read two unbearably boring interviews with Jennifer Aniston and Hillary Clinton.
D’Angelo made a rare public appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night to tribute Prince with a moving version of the late icon’s solemn ballad “Sometimes It Snows in April.” Singing at a piano in what would’ve been a Prince-approved, fake-fur vest, D’Angelo was supported by the cover band…
In a set of documents filed to the Minnesota probate court and examined Tuesday by TMZ, Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson asked a judge to appoint a “special administrator” to the case, which is an entity appointed by the state in the absence of a will.