Tiffany Haddish Once Watched in Horror as an Actress 'Bit Beyoncé in the Face'

Tiffany Haddish was profiled by Caity Weaver in GQ on Monday. They went whale watching together and talked about an unnamed actress biting Beyoncé “in the face.” That’s all you really need to know, I think? So just click this link and get the hell out of here now? Or keep reading! I understand that I can’t make you…

Lisa Marie Presley Claims Former Manager Spent Her Fortune on American Idol Investment 

If you were wondering what a lot of Elvis Presley’s fortune has been up to, the answer, according to a lawsuit TMZ reported about on Thursday, is it disappeared down the maw of American Idol’s heyday. An almost egregiously poetic inheritance, but nonetheless disappointing to his daughter Lisa Marie Presley, who filed…

After Leaving Coachella, Lana Del Rey Stopped In the Woods and Wrote a Song About North Korea

I’m not gonna lie—I had complex feelings about the new song Lana Del Rey wrote and performed on Instagram whilst in a sequoia grove soon after leaving Coachella. I find it’s a tightrope between being vigilantly observant of Del Rey’s peculiar way of commenting on tensions with North Korea and also having enough space…

Lana Del Rey Is a Friendly Witch Who Lives In the Hollywood Sign In Trailer For Her New Album

Queen of whispery West Coast brooding Lana Del Rey released a trailer for her upcoming album Lust For Life Wednesday morning, and while the kooky two-point-five-minute clip offers no snippets of the album’s music, it provides a satisfying peek at her latest Lanaesthetic (after 2014's dreary Ultraviolence and 2015's…

Here's Lana Del Rey Delivering Her First Performance Of 'Love' At SXSW

As the United States mutates into a toxic hell-dimension of the Joss Whedon variety, there’s very little that brings me comfort and joy. But during the four minutes and 39 seconds of Lana Del Rey’s new, celestial single, “Love,” I do manage to forget our newly maggot-infested executive branch and dwell in a bit of…

Saturday Night Social: Hosted by the New Lana Del Rey Love Song, 'Love'

Lana Del Rey’s new single, her first in nearly 16 months, returns to themes the pop singer has proven she’s extremely comfortable with: being young, and aimless, and in love. It’s also got that retro sound and balladic sweep Del Rey is known for, set to lyrics like “It’s enough to go crazy, crazy, crazy” and (maybe…