This is not “The Medicine” anyone needed.
Laura Bradley is a New York-based entertainment reporter for The Daily Beast. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University and has previously written for Vanity Fair and Slate with a focus on television.
Kotb had just finished speaking with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees about the damage the pandemic has done to New Orleans, where she lived throughout the '90s.
The list grows day by day.
A flurry of tone-deaf videos and bewildering bathtime sermons has become a fascinating window into the ways celebrity is changing.
And you know what, it’s about time.
In a new book, multiple people who worked on the show say Carell and his agent were ready to sign on for a few more years—but NBC never asked him back.
The star says the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic has hurt his income.
Chester Hanks was perhaps best known for speaking in Jamaican patois on the red carpet and having frequently used the “N” word. Then his parents tested positive for COVID-19.
A leaked video has resurrected a 2016 feud over Kanye West’s “Famous.” And despite a global crisis, neither Swift nor Kardashian could resist the bait.
Angela Kang also shared details of Danai Gurira’s “death” dinner as she left the show—and the grand farewell gesture her co-star Norman Reedus pulled together for her.