Big news on the late night front: David Letterman is retiring in 2015. Big news! That means a coveted and rare spot is opening up in the dude party that is late night TV. Could it be that the time has finally come to let a woman sit behind a desk and ask guests questions about movies they're promoting on shows that…
In today's Tweet Beat, Anthony Bourdain is not a Tony Blair fan, Andre Leon Talley loves Instagram/Kim Kardashian and Wanda Sykes thinks Pharrell fans have bigger fish to fry.
Not content with the hilarious content Mr. Tyler Perry is bringing to her network, Deadline reports that Oprah has nabbed Wanda Sykes for two hour-long comedy specials called Wanda Sykes Presents HERLARIOUS, which will air in July. Expect a diverse lineup of comedians like Andi Smith, Gloria Bigelow, Marina Franklin, …
Earlier this year, Wanda Sykes discovered she had breast cancer after going in for a breast reduction. In an episode of Ellen's show, which will air on Monday, she explains: "It wasn't until after the reduction that in the lab work, the pathology, that they found that I had DCIS [ductal carcinoma in situ] in my left…
Today in Tweet Beat, Coco posts a Thong Thursday picture in which she posts a soda can on her rear end. (Her mother was the photographer.) Plus, Oprah is spending the day today in her PJs.
Kathy Griffin often refers to them as the "Schmemmys," but judging by the star-studded crowd that showed up last night, I'd say the Creative Arts Emmys are quickly becoming just as glamorous as the big show itself.
The stars came out last night to attend the GLAAD Media Awards, which honor "fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives." Ahead, the fashions:
During an appearance on The Wanda Sykes Show last night, Erykah Badu addressed the controversy surrounding her "Window Seat" video, telling Sykes that her "point was grossly misunderstood all over America." Afterward, Sykes premiered a video of her own. [EW]
Alan Frutkin of Mediaweek's Gay TV now hosts a provocative segment examining the portrayal of lesbians on television. Surprisingly, out lesbian personalities are faring much better than their fictional counterparts.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Wanda Sykes creates a Sarah Palin pop-up book, Tyra makes another half-assed attempt to be Oprah, and a mom gets a job growing marijuana.
Chalk another one up for the PR team: Angelina Jolie was rated the "#1 lesbian heroine" - because I guess actual lesbians need not apply?