In today's Tweet Beat, RuPaul and Britney Spears have something hot going, Heidi Klum and Kerry Washington look OMG stunning and Kristin Cavallari wants to make it clear that she did not realize that speeding would have such dramatic consequences. »
RuPaul has a lot of good advice for Courtney Stodden, and I’m sure if you watch this video more than once, you’ll detect how insightful and empathetic a showbiz guru he is. But. The one overshadowing moment in this installment of “RuPaul Drives” is when Courtney Stodden explains why her puppy’s name is “Dourtney.” »
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, RuPaul understands that every woman feels most woman-like in a glittery tube top with a basket on her head, Alan Cumming is ON the shirtless man trend, and Cher has a surprisingly coherent mantra. »
In today's Tweet Beat, Donald Trump must've had a hard time reading Fox News on his tiny little iPhone screen, Nick Cannon likes to be corny (he's married to Mariah for a reason), and RuPaul is on point, as per usual. »
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, Tammy Faye is lingering around RuPaul's subconscious mind, Ken Jennings feeds the world's Twitter crush on him, and Patton Oswalt livetweets from inside of an Ambien fugue. »
There probably isn't a single person amongst us who doesn't get the lyrics to Supermodel (You Better Work) stuck in their head on the regular. For that, we have righteous performer and gorgeous superstar RuPaul to thank. Even though it's been 20 years since the single hit the airwaves, the 53-year-old music and TV… »
In today's Tweet Beat, RuPaul teaches you how to be a woman, Bo Obama is in the mood for spring, Kaitlin Olson secretly listens to Kelly Clarkson and either way Alison Brie is in the mood for cheese.
Last night, RuPaul's Drag Race debuted its 5th season and — oh — what a season it's looking to be. Already, this fishy bunch of queens (seriously, have you ever seen a more beautiful group of drag artists in your life?) are throwing shade left and right with rivalries born and rivalries rekindled. There's a… »