Imagine caring about what whoever directed the Oscars last year had to say as he accepted his Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special. Now imagine it included a marriage proposal. Well, it did, and if you didn’t care before, you should because it was lovely.
And so it has been declared (read this in an English or Southern accent): The 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will take place on this night, the 17th of September, in the year Two Thousand and Eighteen. All of the best and overrated actors in Hollywood are currently together in one spot, and many of them are …
Here’s something fun: Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, reuniting on the Emmy’s stage, together again, 37 years after 9 to 5.
Surprise: Big Little Lies and Stranger Things made the cut—and so did Martha Stewart.
So many ensemble shows are in the Emmys race this year that more actors will likely be battling with their co-stars for that gold trophy that tells them they’re excellent at what they do. The best solution is to take it to Fight Club.
Following its dramatic Oscar win for Best Picture, Moonlight has now crossed $25 million at the box office proving that sometimes, yes, awards do matter.
This year’s Oscars was not as white as last year (in fact, it was reportedly the least white it’s ever been!), but it was still pretty white. Congrats to all the winners.
On Sunday evening, Casey Affleck, an alleged sexual predator, won the Academy Award for Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of a grief-stricken father in Manchester By The Sea.
Hop out of your car in the middle of LA traffic and start singing and dancing! Tonight is the the 89th Academy Awards. And Hollywood couldn’t be more proud of itself this awards season, for not only solving racism—making #OscarsSoWhite but a distant memory—but for also giving the world the gift of La La Land.…
Awards shows have been extra political this season, for obvious reasons, and it’s enough to turn off certain viewers.
Compared to last year’s Oscar Nominees Luncheon, a sea of whiteness, this year’s event was still a sea of whiteness, but with a few notable additions, Matt Damon-approved.
Following the lead of Frank Ocean, a few big names—Kanye West, Drake and Justin Bieber—are reportedly choosing not to attend this year’s Grammy Awards, probably because it’s out of touch.
Sunday night’s SAG Awards ceremony operated at a strange, peak level of wokeness, with everyone from Aston Kutcher to Mahershala Ali to the dude from Stranger Things commenting on the dismal state of the world.
Tom Hiddleston will have you know that he is an inspiration to UNICEF, Médecins Sans Frontières, and World Food Program employees in South Sudan, thank you very much. The world will have you know, per its response to his Golden Globes speech in which this information was revealed, that Hiddleston is smarmy and…
Tove Lo wore this custom blood orange (the color of love) uterus dress to the ARIA Awards in Australia on Tuesday night. Too revealing?
James Corden, the late night host we initially treated like a tourist asking for directions when we’re in a rush, will host the Grammy Awards in February, taking the place of LL Cool J. This is an actual good idea.
The Vh1 Hip-Hop Honors tribute, which celebrates legends in hip-hop, is back after a six-year hiatus and will dedicate its next show to major female rap influences, in a smart yet belated decision.
Kesha is now allowed to perform at the Billboard Awards, after Dr. Luke’s label, Kemosabe Records, initially approved and then later blocked her scheduled performance.
Ah, the awards show afterparty—where drunk celebrities, having finally consumed food, can change into more comfortable outfits and hit on each other.