Gabrielle Union’s book We’re Going To Need More Wine was released in mid-October, just a few weeks after the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke open. In her book, she recounts her story of being sexually assaulted at 19, a story that unexpectedly became even more intensely relevant.
Tiffany Haddish was on Ellen and managed to be more interesting, engaging, funny, and charming in six minutes than any other guest in recent memory.
Musically, and in interviews.
I love it when celebrities get interviewed about their fragrances. What is there to say about a fragrance, ever? Usually: very little. This time? So much.
Cardi B landed her “regular, degular, shmegular” self on the cover of New York looking like a million dollars and sounding like the only person I want to hear talk to about anything, moving forward.
First, some perspective: The British singer Sam Smith has more admirers than he could possibly meet if he decided to quit singing today and become a full time meet-and-greeter. He has sold millions of records, he has collected piles of trophies, he gets to do his art full time without having to take a side gig as a…
For anyone not immersed in the world of #sponcon, the power of Instagram celebrities to sell trends is not a well understood phenomenon. The Guardian interviewed a bevy of young women making their living with selfies and social media, and it seems terrifying from both their perspective and ours.
When a miserable, dihydroxyacetone-stained businessman sits in the Oval Office, it’s easy to tell yourself that his hypothetical untimely exit would be a net positive. Unfortunately, the incomparable Jane Mayer has a new feature on Vice President Mike Pence in the New Yorker reminding us that we are completely screwed …
In an endearing New York Times profile of Pink (perhaps known to you better as P!nk), the pop star whose feet are least likely to be touching the ground, Joe Coscarelli reports that the singer had pointed words for Dr. Luke, whom she collaborated with on her 2006 hits “Who Knew” and “U + Ur Hand.”
Gretchen Carlson has been up to a lot since leaving Fox News, but she will not be appearing on the network to promote any of it, unlike a certain someone who was ousted for sexual harassment.
On Sunday, Master of None writer Lena Waithe became the first black woman to win an Emmy for Writing in a Comedy Series. Her very fresh feelings will also give you some feelings.
Brie Larson’s directorial debut Unicorn Store premiered at the Toronto Film Festival this week. She also starred in it. Did you know this woman is Captain Marvel too?
Tracee Ellis Ross, the daughter of a legend and an icon herself, made the sensible choice to go “shopping” in her mom Diana Ross’ closet as a child.
Of the politicians who have spoken out about Donald Trump’s heinous Tuesday press conference, it’s fair to say that Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Austrian-born bodybuilder turned California governor has more experience with actual Nazis than most.
As of 2017, Paris Hilton has been in the spotlight (or spotlight-adjacent) for 14 years, a far longer celebrity shelf life than anyone could have imagined when she was merely a socialite and ditzy-seeming star of The Simple Life. In a new profile written by Irin Carmon for the September issue of Marie Claire, Hilton…
There are few things more enjoyable in this world than RuPaul Charles batting away inane questions from well-intentioned reporters and this Hollywood Reporter interview certainly does not disappoint in that arena.
Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake has a new book out, titled Conscience of a Conservative, that harshly critiques Trump and his own party. “If this was our Faustian bargain, then it was not worth it,” he wrote in an excerpt published by Politico. “If ultimately our principles were so malleable as to no longer be…