Although never mentioned by name, it’s clear that Empire creator, Lee Daniels, is still processing “the freaking roller coaster” Jussie Smollett has put him through....
"In life if you give it your all and do the best you can...that's it."
We’ve picked her. Chose her. Loved her. Shonda Rhimes has become a household name as she created some of televisions most compelling shows. Through ABC,...
I wish there was a way to bottle up and mass produce the Black Girl Magic we are going to witness tonight. Seven years...
Alec Baldwin hurled homophobic slurs at a British reporter who accused Baldwin's wife of tweeting about wedding presents while she was at James Gandolfini's funeral. Now critics are drawing comparisons to the Paula Deen scandal, raising questions about whether the media and society are selective about who gets a pass on improper language.
Surveillance cameras capture the chilling moment a woman finds her husband allegedly cheating - but rather than asking questions, she drags the other woman away from him, throwing her off a cliff that oddly enough, is just footsteps from where the rendezvous was taking place. The woman lives! The obvious lessons here are don't cheat, don't throw anyone off a cliff, and if you are going to cheat, don't meet near a cliff.
A judge denied a petition from John Travolta's camp to keep the testinomy in a lawsuit against him from being in open court. Unless Travolta settles, he'll have to defend himself publicly against allegations of assualt and battery after a cruise ship masseur accused him of forcefully embracing him during a massage.
Judge for yourself. Frankly, I think people are overanalyzing Taylor Swift's reaction to Adele winning the Golden Globe for Best Original Song. Is it me? People have been analyzing it like its the Zapruder film or something.
Two And A Half Men star Angus Jones, who plays the youngest of the 'men,' has grown up around the racy content of the CBS sitcom. But now, after finding religion, he wants out, saying "Please stop watching it, and filling your head with filth…"
Three years ago, on November 25, 2009, The National Enquirer was breaking a story on Tiger Woods. Sure, the mainstream media wouldn't listen (at first) but before long, the world would be talking about the athlete's scandal, and his life would be changed forever. But the thing I remember most was the covers from The New York Post.
If this video is legit, then it's disturbing no matter who you want to win. A Pennsylvania voter has uploaded a clip of himself in the voting machine, trying to click the 'Obama' button, but shows the Romney box being checked. Let the legal chaos begin.
Timberlake has written a spot-on letter about the controversial video made by one of his friends to celebrate Jistin's wedding. The video enlisted interviews from homeless people in a gross attempt at humor.
A few days ago, some jerk posted a fake tweet from Entertainment Tonight claiming Justin Bieber had cancer. Some celebs actually tweeted in support, and it's been reported that some girls even shaved their head in support. But it seems like the whole story - even the shaved heads - could be a fabrication.
In a lawsuit against the Spears family, drugs are being blamed for the singer's downfall.
In the time that has passed since two separate men accused actor John Travolta of sexual battery during massage appointments, Team Travolta has provided...
Team Travolta is refuting accusations that the actor sexually assaulted a male massage therapist in a room at the Beverly Hills Hotel...saying he wasn't even in California at the time. Now, another accuser has filed suit as well.
Celebrities beware: the phone hacking has not stopped. And the latest celebrities to fall victim to the scandal are Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn.
A simple tweak to the lyrics of John Lennon's classic 'Imagine' got folks in a tizzy. Now, Green's reported tweet in response has apparently been deleted.
It's well known that former model and America's Next Top Model judge Janice Dickinson says whatever she wants, whenever she wants. As a result, crass remarks pretty much eject regularly. This time she is going off on Tyra Banks and the series in what seems more like a jealous rant than anything insightful.
It's one of the few TV talent competitions to pit grown ups against kids. Now the controversial, emotional ouster of 13 year old X Factor contestant Rachel Crow has everyone talking. Was it fair? And is all this pressure too much for a kid to handle?
In a reality TV world where few finales have tried and true shockers, the final episode of America's Next Top Model All Stars managed to surprised everyone. Not just because one of the three finalists was suddenly out of contention, but because of Tyra and the cast's strange vagueness about why.
Kat Von D, Jesse James' ex-fiance, went on Facebook to reveal that James, who infamously cheated on Sandra Bullock, also cheated on her. A lot.
Ashton Kutcher is a twit-wit. After tweeting an opinion on a matter he knew nothing about, (in this case, the Joe Paterno and the alleged child-sex assault scandal) he's apologizing for being stupid and handing over his twitter account to his production company.
Justin Bieber is ready to open wide and get swabbed. The pop phenom will take a DNA test later this month to prove he did not father a fan's baby. Then he's gonna sue her arse.