Here’s a video/book/film/song/artwork showing two people satisfied and fulfilled by the institution of marriage, where everything is peachy on the surface and also in real life. Just kidding! They’re miserable.
Designer Donna Karan has jumped to the defense Harvey Weinstein in the face of numerous allegations of sexual misconduct over the years, suggesting that his victims were “asking for it.”
Is Demi Lovato dating gorgeous openly gay intersectional feminist DJ and producer Lauren Abedini? Maybe.
A mere month after TMZ reported that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West had hired a gestational surrogate (meaning she’s not the biological mother), to carry and deliver their third child, several news outlets reported on Wednesday that the couple’s surrogate is now three months pregnant.
Demi Lovato had a novel new idea for the music video accompanying her new song “Sorry Not Sorry”: throw a wild and crazy house party! Damn, she’s innovative.
Things change and yet nothing changes, huh? Donald Trump is still president. Pete Souza still is not throwing shade. My brain hasn’t fully oozed out of my ears yet from being inundated with lies and stupidity and the truly asinine on a minute-by-minute basis. And of course, I’m here to bring to the smallest bit of…
Shiny happy people Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are generally close-lipped about their family life—such is their right. However, during a game of Fact or Fiction with Michael Kors, Lively revealed one intimate, not to mention bizarre, tidbit: Reynolds played Marvin Gaye’s famous sexin’ jam, “Let’s Get It On,” while…
Let me anger bigots around the country by wishing you a very happy holidays.
Mariah Carey tends to be cagey in interviews and on her own reality show, but on Sunday night’s Watch What Happens Live!, she was apparently feeling extra festive and gave us an early Christmas present by revealing her opinions on several of her contemporaries. Spoiler: They were not particularly kind unless the…
As you may know, Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star in Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast as, respectively, Beauty and the Beast. It’s a sweet little story: romanticized Stockholm Syndrome, a big mammal with anger issues, and some library porn. And according to Stevens, it’s even timely, given the Beast’s…
You know when the entire technological world is conspiring against you? When they don’t want you to be great? When they don’t want you to correct the wrongs against shade? I do! After experiencing numerous technical difficulties today, I am finally here to serve my justice. My apologies for the delay.
Demi Lovato has responded to claims that she criticized Taylor Swift in a recent interview with Glamour, when she accused Taylor Swift of “tearing Katy Perry down” and claimed no one in her squad “has a normal body.” In case you don’t remember, or simply didn’t care at the time, here are her comments:
In a curious twist to Kim Kardashian’s bizarre and highly-upsetting robbery that occurred Sunday night, French police say that there’s no security footage of the incident. Sacre bleu!
Lindsay Lohan wants an apology from her ex-fiancé, Egor Tarabasov, and she intends to make him suffer as she waits.
Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston are pausing their international “Hey, we’re dating!” tour to celebrate the Fourth of July at Swift’s Rhode Island beach house. Their aggressive PDA campaign continues apace.
Last year, Demi Lovato tried and failed to make her pandering ode to seasonal same-sex flings the song of the summer. This year, she’s back with “Body Say,” a tracks she wrote and recorded “a couple weeks ago.”
In today’s Tweet Beat, Demi Lovato uses “who’s” wrong but is concerned about the youth, Questlove asks a good question and Sophia Bush loves New York.
Blake Lively, subject of the brilliant 2015 documentary The Age of Adaline, has finally shot back at critics of the controversial Instagram post from last month in which she described herself as having an “L.A. face with an Oakland booty.” Her caption, taken from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back,” immediately irked many…
Demi Lovato has taken another stand. Days after her calling Mariah Carey “nasty,” or more specifically, describing Carey’s behavior towards Jennifer Lopez as such, she has taken to Twitter to announce she will be leaving...Twitter. And also Instagram.