In an interview published in the New York Times on Thursday, director Quentin Tarantino admitted he’s been hearing for decades about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged pattern of sexual misconduct towards women. Despite this, he continued to collaborate with Weinstein on multiple films and hasn’t spoken publicly about what he…
Channing Tatum is the latest Hollywood influencer to get the fuck away from Harvey Weinstein and the business he was instrumental in building.
But does Taylor? I mean, she definitely gets that she’s associated with snakes, and how that came about, but does she get that we get that she gets it? And if so, why does she insist on perpetuating the gag as if we’re living in Game of Thrones and it’s her fucking house seal?
Back in July, Robert Pattinson told Howard Stern that he and his then fiancé FKA Twigs were actually just “kind of” engaged, and it looks like he meant it.
On Wednesday, Ben Affleck did a thing a lot of men (though not nearly enough) have been doing this past week: he apologized.
Many in Hollywood continue to come forward with harsh words for Harvey Weinstein, as well as hopeful hypotheses that these revelations (allegations all, but damning in their volume and content), will encourage other victims of sexual assault by powerful predators to share their stories.
On this day of many reportorial bombshells, what Dirtbag would be complete without Harvey Weinstein?
In an interview with Rolling Stone published Wednesday, Kesha mentioned again how supportive Taylor Swift was throughout her legal battle with music producer Dr. Luke, and added that she still is very sweet to her.
This is a sobering Dirt Bag because there isn’t much gossip (I went online after a 24-hour hiatus and everything is about Tom Petty, even the news that’s not really about Tom Petty, RIP), and because, well, stars are just like us: they too occasionally do an appropriate thing when faced with heart-melting levels of…
Lots of Kardashian-Jenners are rumored to be expecting babies, but today we can finally confirm one of those reports: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting their third child via a surrogate.
An Us Weekly item, which refers to Rob Kardashian as “The Arthur George sock designer,” confirmed on Wednesday that Rob filed a lawsuit against his former fiancée Blac Chyna, alleging assault, battery, and vandalism.
Former Hills star Audrina Patridge filed for divorce from her husband of 10 months, Corey Bohan on Wednesday in Orange County Superior Court, TMZ reports.
Model Montia Sabbag has come forward officially as the woman appearing in the video with alleged philanderer Kevin Hart, appearing at a press conference Wednesday with her attorney, Lisa Bloom.
Jada Pinkett Smith fired back against claims former Scientology adherent Leah Remini made over the weekend that the actress has “been in Scientology a long time.”
Lady Gaga announced on Twitter and Instagram on Thursday that she would be unable to perform at the Brazilian music festival Rock in Rio due to health concerns, adding later that she’d been hospitalized for “severe pain.”
So far this week, Amber Tamblyn is a goddamn treasure and James Woods has been reduced to a rhetorical pile of rubble with a Twitter account.
On Monday, Sharon Osbourne gave an interview to The Talk where she backtracked a little on incendiary comments she’d made about Kim Kardashian’s body and brand of feminist politics (or lack thereof) the previous week to the Telegraph.
Is Demi Lovato dating gorgeous openly gay intersectional feminist DJ and producer Lauren Abedini? Maybe.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Joseph Kahn, who directed Taylor Swift’s vindictive music video for “Look What You Made Me Do,” continued to defend the star and even seemingly went after Beyoncé for, allegedly, copying Swift: