We're nearing the end of Women's History Month and, with that, comedy duo Emotistyle is giving some much needed gratitude to the television networks that empower us, tell our stories and routinely show us beating the shit out each other.
Julie Andrews is a busy lady. First she announced she'd be writing another memoir ; now a picture book series she co-writes is being adapted into an animated TV series for preschoolers.
Russell Crowe was recently profiled by The Guardian and while I recommend avoiding the article in general (unless you want to read the journalistic equivalent of making out with a Tiger Beat poster of your favorite celebrity while alone in your teen bedroom, only—TWIST—you're a writer who uses phras
Rejoice, for there is a God: "narcissistic" selfie sticks just got their dumb asses banned from Coachella and Lollapalooza.
Former Scientologist Leah Remini thanked HBO documentary filmmakers behind Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief via Twitter earlier today, adding in an interview with People that she's "not trying to bash anybody, and I'm not trying to be controversial.
In today's Tweet Beat, Katy Perry sets things straight, Cher has some serious thoughts and it's cool guys, Taylor Swift is the one who said it.
When Game of Thrones sex monster Kit Harington isn't being drowned by the overlong hair they won't let him cut , he's stressing out about being sexualized.
A New Hampshire politician is trying to revive a bill that his colleagues merrily beat to death in front of the schoolchildren who authored it.
TIDAL, Jay Z's illuminati zone for streaming internet music, launched today, and the press conference might well have been absurdist performance art, some kind of corporate-monied Fluxus play, down to the noodling saxophone soundtrack that seemed piped straight from John Zorn's brain.
Well, are you? It'll be just like this picture, except the Bluetooth will be encased in medical-grade silicone and implanted right on your clitoris, just like Grandma used to do.
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Shanna Tippen, an Arkansas woman making minimum wage cleaning hotel rooms, was fired from her position for talking to a Washington Post reporter about living on the minimum wage.
Well hi hello, folks! I'm sorry to have forsaken you last week, but when I received word that Eggplant Friday was no longer in the tournament, I had to be airlifted to an emotional rejuvenation retreat where I was locked in a cryotherapy chamber for several days.
Sunday night's bafflingly star-studded iHeartRadio Music Awards took a cue from The Golden Globes by seating major stars next to each other at large, circular tables and forcing them to engage in conversations with the cameras rolling.
The tabloid Ok! magazine tweeted a public apology to Katy Perry on Monday for erroneously "reporting " that the singer was pregnant and getting married to John Mayer.
Today, 19 percent of women end their potential childbearing years without having had any children—making childlessness as common as it is irrationally controversial.
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On Sunday, Deadline Hollywood—the site where last week an editor wondered aloud if there are too many actors of color working—issued a non-apology apology for their article "The Year of Ethnic Castings–About Time or Too Much of Good Thing?
A 22-year-old woman filed a sexual assault complaint against big-time producer Harvey Weinstein this weekend, according to Page Six.
In February, 33-year-old Indiana resident Purvi Patel was found guilty of both feticide and child neglect after delivering a 24-week-old stillborn child at home and disposing of the body in a dumpster—an act that was discovered after she went to the hospital, bleeding, and the doctor discovered an umbilical cord.