Now that The View has become an unwatchable shell of its former shell, it’s probably a good time to introduce a show-within-a-show that’s based on that premise. So here’s Vanessa Williams teasing her Vh1 series Daytime Divas by performing a fun adaptation of 50 Cent’s “P.I.M.P.” (Imagine Barbara Walters doing this).
Every time Jennifer Lopez gets asked about dating younger men, it feels just like the last time she got asked about dating younger men.
It’s a given that after you read this news about Queen Latifah teasing a Living Single reboot during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live! with Andy Cohen that the legendary theme song will play over and over in your head.
Oprah Winfrey wore a lovely, rich-looking off-the-shoulder look on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote her first (shockingly) cookbook, Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life, which she insists is “not a diet book.”
President Obama spoke to The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah for what’s likely to be his final talk show appearance prior to the inauguration of his successor, a very large engorged tick that’s thrust his orange pincers into the core of American democracy.
In an unfortunate turn for humanity, our President-elect only listens to people who are talking to him through a TV screen, which means that we have to watch his hangers-on bicker and jostle for attention in public like a mass of elephant seals flopping around on the beach during breeding season.
Before Tom Hanks accepted the mantle of America’s Dad, he played what may be his most famous role to date: Forrest Gump. And as the titular character of film, he delivers a nuanced performance — one that involves him mooning the president. And both he and his wife are really happy about that!
Donald Glover, who hasn’t been doing much press since the premiere of his stellar new FX series Atlanta, recently popped into The Ellen Show and discussed the legendary role he just landed in the next Star Wars.
The View’s garbage-covered Wheel of Random Hosts, which producers use to select new panelists, has spun and landed on: Good Morning America’s Sara Haines.
There are important issues to discuss in the world today, and one of them involves Tatyana Ali suing The Real for allegedly stealing her idea for the show.
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.
Whoopi Goldberg has committed to another wacky season of The View, according to sources.
Tamar Braxton is completely inconsolable in this scene from tonight’s episode of Braxton Family Values, which was shot after Braxton was dropped as a co-host of the talk show The Real. “I don’t understand. I could probably understand more if I know that I did something, but I don’t know what I did,” she tells her…
Amber Rose will soon be hosting a weekly talk show on Vh1 and—yes, you guessed it exactly—it’ll be produced by Dr. Phil’s company.
Let’s pour out a little liquor for Kocktails with Khloé and put the final lid on the failed Kardashian talk show empire.
“If you’re a woman, everyone dumps on you like, ‘How can you be a feminist?’ So you don’t want to have that conversation,” Susan Sarandon told The View of being a vocal Bernie Sanders supporter, as she held a tiny dog in her lap.
In theory, a talk show should be easy. You create a set, you get a good booker, and you talk. The setup is always the same: jokes during late night, roundtable discussions of the latest gossip in news during the day.
Thank you, James Corden, for reminding me that I will never, ever stop wanting to be in an intimate student-mentor relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
Amanda Peet went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to promote the second season of her very good HBO show, Togetherness. Somewhere along the way, things got Real.
For weeks now, I have been haunted by FM morning radio.