The big question regarding last night’s Survivor scandal, in which contestant Zeke Smith was outed as trans by his fellow contestant Jeff Varner, was how much culpability could be placed on CBS for airing the outing of a man who started his lengthy Hollywood Reporter essay on the matter with, “I’m not wild about you…
It’s amazing what a nice meal and witnessing the most humiliating moment of Paul Ryan’s life can do for your spirit. Today is a good day and I’m ready for some shade justice.
Many adults love to spend Halloween sitting on their rocking chairs and screaming that the holiday should be celebrated exclusively by children, and that adults shouldn’t be caught dead in a costume, but the hosts of daytime television programs are not among them. These people live for costumes. Halloween may very…
After taking Monday off, Sharon Osbourne candidly discussed her recently announced split from Ozzy Osbourne on Tuesday’s episode of
The Real The View The Talk. Though she didn’t mention a reason for their split (the rumor is that he was caught cheating with a stylist), she did confirm one piece of gossip.
Earlier this month, CBS's The Talk, a show that's similar to The View but is not The View, won the ratings battle over The View for the first time. Rosie O'Donnell probably knows that.
You know how you're always saying you could give your kids (who you might not have yet) a better sex talk than the one your parents gave you? Well BuzzFeed put some millennials to the test and the results are...I'm just going to say "they cut your stomach open" is maybe not the best way to describe things.
Congratulations to the women of The Talk: during the week of January 5, for the first time ever, the show beat The View in ratings. The Talk pulled in an average of 2.95 million viewers, while The View did 2.88 million. Now that they're ever-so-slightly on top, maybe they can stop mentioning their rival.
Surprise surprise: the guest hosts replacing Craig Ferguson after he leaves The Late Late Show in December and before new host James Corden joins in March have been announced, and as of right now, they are all men.
This week, Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne apparently went on Howard Stern's show and badmouthed Jenny McCarthy. Good job girls! Everyone agrees with you about Jenny. Except why are you and your coworkers spending all your time talking about a show that you're not even on?
After revealing her deep dark plastic surgery secret last week on The Talk, Julie Chen is now clarifying her statements, explaining that her decision to get eye surgery wasn't an attempt to look less Chinese but just to make her eyes bigger.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Martha Stewart can't control herself around Taylor Lautner, Kathie Lee Gifford has a big mouth, and the most flamboyant wedding planner in all of Beverly Hills returns to TV.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Whoopi Goldberg demonstrates how not to poop-and-text, Josh Groban appears on The Office as Andy's brother, Survivor has a nasty meat challenge, and Tamera Mowry enjoys her sister breast milk. Tasty!
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Carnie Wilson farts on The Talk, Snooki burps on The Insider, and Anderson Cooper is no longer closeted.
Julie Chen made the "executive decision" to stay live and not go to commercial as the jury's verdict was delivered in the Casey Anthony trial (her husband Les Moonves does run CBS, after all.) Upon receiving the news, Julie Chen choked up as she delivered the news to the other hosts and audience that Anthony was…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, "poop transplant" is a real medical procedure involving human feces, Long Island Lolita Amy Fisher gets a new face, and Bam Margera opens up for the first time since his friend Ryan Dunn's death.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, we learn Coco's measurements, discover that vaginas come in different shapes and realize that Billy Bush is — surprise! — kind of an asshole.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Whoopi Goldberg farts on Barbara Walters, Billy Bush pick pockets Oprah, and Kara DioGuardi gets high on Paula Abdul's pot brownies.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Steven Tyler judges an American Idol contestant's ass, Julie Chen explains her eyes, and interspecies love between a dog and a baby raccoon.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Joan Rivers has an endless supply of jokes about Snooki's pussy, Ramona Singer takes another wide-eyed stroll down the catwalk, and Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband talks about his plan to have a baby with his 94-year-old wife.