In case you were enjoying a long night of thrilling REM cycles during which you dreamed about having lunch with Jessica Chastain on a terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower as her three-legged dog gently nuzzled your calf while all this went down last night, here’s a one-sentence recap: Kim Kardashian Snapchatted…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Zendaya says what I’m thinking, Neil deGrasse Tyson explains rainbows and Anna Kendrick could break Tom Cruise.
On Monday, as the Met Ball devolved into its usual bacchanal of somebodies and nobodies getting drunk while dressed to the nines, Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston became entangled in what some websites are referring to as a “dance-off,” but what I—for accuracy purposes—will call the “Dance of Wealthy Snakes.”
“This Is For My Girls” takes on an insurgent double meaning when FLOTUS drops it: a benefit song for her homegirls, featuring her homegirls—people like Missy, Janelle Monáe, Kelly Rowland, Kelly Clarkson, Zendaya and Diane Warren (who wrote it, clearly)—it’s dropping today in tandem with her SXSW talk. It’s also meant…
Phew! Richard Simmons has responded to claims that he’s being held hostage in his home by an alleged witch-maid by telling both Today and Entertainment Tonight that he is not being held hostage in his home by an alleged witch-maid.
W assembled a trio of cool teens for its April cover: Zendaya, Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka and my ruler Willow Smith, who all personify what the magazine describes as “a low-key attitude.”
In today’s Tweet Beat, Jeb Bush is armed, Shakira met Jesus and Zendaya meets a fan.
Because the world needs Finding Neverland (The Album), a “fusion of pop and Broadway” featuring musicians like Jennifer Lopez and Ellie Goulding performing songs from the hit Broadway musical, here is Slay Queen Zendaya on the title track—with a little help from Slay Queen Bryan Cranston!
Last month, Zendaya took to Instagram to criticize Modeliste magazine for heavily Photoshopping the spread she did for them. “[I] was shocked when I found my 19-year-old hips and torso quite manipulated,” she wrote in the caption. The photos she shared showed that the magazine had made her hips, waist and thighs much…
Following Lamar Odom’s near fatal overdose at a brothel in Las Vegas, the former LA Lakers player and his estranged wife Khloé Kardashian have decided to call off their divorce and give love (and who knows—maybe even their reality show) another go. According to one source, “Khloé thinks this was the right thing to do…
When Mattel announced their “limited edition” Barbie based on Zendaya’s iconic Oscars look, everyone was happy. Zendaya fans. Barbie fans. Even Nicki Minaj! At least one person, however, couldn’t care less, and that person’s name is Demetria Devonne Lovato.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Zendaya struggles, Neil deGrasse Tyson is truly brilliant and Aaron Paul feels passionately about shark fins.
As you might have heard, California is in a kind of permanent drought and counties across the state are trying to reduce their water usage. Yet celebrities seem deeply uninterested in environmental maintenance or following the laws of common people, and more interested in maintaining their lush lawns. Among those law…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kim Kardashian reflects, Zach Braff tries too hard and Zendaya is a wiz in the kitchen.
For the past few days, Taylor Swift has been teasing her upcoming “Bad Blood” music video through a series of what looks like Sin City inspired posters, which all feature one of her famous best friends. The video will not be worth all this trouble.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Ellen is moving through her stages of grief, Zendaya deals with a crisis and Ed Sheeran isn’t a fan of the hard stuff.
In today's Tweet Beat, I connect strongly to Zendaya's connection with her eyebrows, Jaden Smith is on a roll this week and Monica Lewinsky is loving life.
Kathy Griffin has only hosted Fashion Police for two months, but she's already over it. After only seven episodes, Griffin threw in the towel, releasing a message on Twitter about not fitting in and not wanting to use her humor to contribute to a culture of "perfectionism" and "intolerance."
You know it's bad when Kathy Griffin, the queen of talking mad shit about celebrities is backing away from a joke told on national television. The new host of Fashion Police talked to Splash about the Rancic/Zendaya controversy and she's got some advice for her panelist: Don't tell jokes others write for you.