Julie Chen is really going above and beyond in defending her husband/disgraced former CBS head Les Moonves, with Page Six reporting that she intends to leave her job as a co-host at The Talk in a messed up act of solidarity.
Julie Suzanne Chen, TV host and journalist who has gone by “Julie Chen” for the entirety of her career, signed off from last night’s episode of Big Brother, the show she has hosted for 18 years, by saying, “From outside the Big Brother house, I’m Julie Chen Moonves. Good night.”
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.”
The big question regarding last night’s Survivor scandal, in which contestant Zeke Smith was outed as trans by his fellow contestant Jeff Varner, was how much culpability could be placed on CBS for airing the outing of a man who started his lengthy Hollywood Reporter essay on the matter with, “I’m not wild about you…
I assume you know by now that Beyoncé is pregnant with twins. (If you’re just now learning the news, allow me to welcome you to planet Earth.) She is also slated to perform at Coachella in April, and perform she will — probably.
Guys, how many more weeks are left in this year? What are the odds 2017 will bring about a greater national understanding of shade as well as fewer instances of people trying to bite Judge Brown’s steeze? Oh, incredibly low, you say? Perfect.
Last week, Page Six reported that Barbara Walters, co-creator of ABC’s The View is beyond disappointed by what ABC has done to the show since her departure, writing that she “fears the show will be remembered for its petty backstage bickering and revolving door of talent.”
The Trophy Wife is a figure who persists in our imagination as the reward powerful men are granted as a companion and helpmeet. Yet, many people now want their partner to be someone that they can work with to dominate the landscape together.
Remember when Julie Chen hosted that racist-ass season of Big Brother? But first, this supercut of a bunch of times Julie Chen said, "but first."
In today's Tweet Beat, Chris Brown offers his professional
Michael Jackson knockoff opinion on Ebola, Victoria Beckham really knows how to strike a pose and I can't tell if Julie Chen is trying to be funny or not.
Retirement has not agreed with Even Stevens star Shia LaBeouf, who announced his exit from the world of arts and culture only two weeks ago due to
completely valid and well-grounded criticism of his plagiarism and general skulduggery what he perceived to be vicious attacks on his artistic integrity. LaBeouf will soon…
This week, Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne apparently went on Howard Stern's show and badmouthed Jenny McCarthy. Good job girls! Everyone agrees with you about Jenny. Except why are you and your coworkers spending all your time talking about a show that you're not even on?
Last night's finale episode of Big Brother not only crowned a winner of the game—Andy Herren, the first gay man in the show's 13-year history to take the big prize—but also marked the end of the sequester for 11 of the show's contestants who were not allowed to receive information from the outside world since the…
After admitting on The Talk last week to undergoing eye enlargement surgery at the behest of a racist Dayton, Ohio TV studio back in '95, Julie Chen has clarified that she has not had a nose job. Any difference you see above is due to expert contouring, witchcraft and wizardry.
After revealing her deep dark plastic surgery secret last week on The Talk, Julie Chen is now clarifying her statements, explaining that her decision to get eye surgery wasn't an attempt to look less Chinese but just to make her eyes bigger.
Wednesday on The Talk, Julie Chen proved that she's not so different from the numerous women in South Korea famous for trying to "Americanize" their faces when she revealed that, early on in her career, she got plastic surgery to make her look less Asian.
This season of Big Brother was racist. Just how racist was it? Well, it was racist enough that people actually remembered that Big Brother is still on the air, which is to say that it was really very racist. The non-white houseguests had to put up with all kinds of bigoted comments and harassment from their fellow…
Last night at the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards — held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel — soap opera stars mingled with "real" "housewives" and talk show hosts. The fashion, much like the personalities of these ladies, was big, brash, flashy and tacky. But fun!
Last night, luminaries gathered in Washington, DC for the 35th Kennedy Center Honors at the Kennedy Center. National treasures ahoy!