2017 was not a good year. In the last twelve months, the United States has been plagued by hurricanes, wildfire, gunfire, and a group of meglomaniacs hellbent on dismantling social safety nets so they can get tax breaks on their private jets. Billionaires destroyed media companies. Ice shelves cracked. Tom Petty died. …
Months after winning the lawsuit in which she accused former DJ David Mueller of groping her in 2013, Taylor Swift has received her settlement—one full US dollar—in the form of a Sacagawea coin. The AP reports Mueller “intended the coin featuring a prominent Native American woman as a final jab at the singer in a case…
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.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, RIP to the fan who thought Taylor Swift was the baddest bitch of all.
When Taylor Swift released 1989, she had a very specific request for her label: none of this is meant for country radio. This was her big pop record, proof that she could make the full transition out of country, and she needed to focus on the pop charts.
Put on your surprised faces: Taylor Swift’s sixth album, Reputation, sold 1.238 million equivalent album units (1.216 million of those were traditional album sales, as Reputation has yet to hit streaming services) its first week out, according to Billboard. It was previously reported that Rep moved 900,000 copies its…
Lena Dunham, who’s been vocal in the movement to believe sexual assault accusers, now defends Girls writer Murray Miller after actress Aurora Perrineau accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17. Perrineau alleges that after a night of drinking at the Standard Hotel, she was driven to Miller’s home and…
In a move one could describe as the only good thing she has done in the past few months if one were feeling particularly shady (which I currently am not), Taylor Swift has apparently gotten Perez Hilton suspended from Twitter.
Best friend of Kim Kardashian and sworn enemy of restaurateurs everywhere Jonathan Cheban has revealed plans to change his legal name to Foodgod, per a report by Page Six.
Taylor Swift has released a new song from her forthcoming album Reputation, and it suggests she has already moved past the whole embrace the snake/“the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now because she’s dead” thing she began with “Look What You Made Me Do.” It’s called “Call It What You Want,” and I’m here to…
Taylor Swift continues her mission to remind us that she is absolutely relevant and creative, with the release of her music video for “Ready For It,” a song that afflicts us with stoic rap verses.
At midnight on Friday, Taylor Swift released her latest single, “Gorgeous,” the first few seconds of which she had teased on Thursday.
In case you forgot: Taylor Swift is promoting an album. An album that is out in 22 days.
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?
Does Facebook make you anxious? Do you ever feel bored scrolling through Twitter? Are you often overcome with the urge to throw your smartphone into the sea?
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.
You can’t fuck with Cardi if you wanted to.
Haters gonna sue sue sue Taylor Swift!
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: