Kris Jenner was looking for love when she found her new boyfriend, Corey Gamble. But was Gamble looking for the same thing, or does he just want a rich woman?
Jimmy Kimmel brings us the eighth installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,” Raven-Symone speaks to the Bill Cosby assault allegations, Will & Grace‘s Sean Hayes ties the knot, and more First Dibs.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 opens in theaters this week and, as expected, leading lady Jennifer Lawrence has been making the publicity rounds and, as expected, she’s been totally charming and lovable. (Not too many stars can get away with singing this terribly and still be endearing.) Read more…
Benedict Cumberbatch is featured on the cover of TIME, Jon Hamm will guest star in the final season of Parks and Recreation, TV networks opt out of airing President Obama‘s speech and more in Last Lap.
If you live on planet Earth, you know by now there’s no escaping media mastermind Kim Kardashian. She shocked the world by landing the cover of Vogue, attempted to break the Internet with her Paper spread last week, and now, she’s hitting the airwaves. Read more…
It seems like Nick Jonas went from Disney tween dream to our new favorite sex symbol overnight. But little did we know, the 22-year-old was getting down in the sheets long before he started dropping f-bombs in his songs. Read more…
Few stars are more iconic than Brooke Shields. On Big Morning Buzz Live, the model and actress gave fans a taste of her new book, There Was A Girl, which details her relationship with her manager mom. Shields also dropped juicy stories about famous friends from John F. Kennedy, Jr. to Michael Jackson.
Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have been being funny together for over 10 years. As stars of the Comedy Central sketch series Key & Peele (now in its fourth season) one would think all the long hours on set would help them learn the ins and outs of each other’s personality— including any preferences when it comes to caffeine intake.
During a recent trip to VH1, Kal Penn — perhaps best known as Kumar Patel from the wildly popular Harold & Kumar franchise — told us how excited he is about the new wave of Asian-American comedians taking Hollywood by storm. And he’s totally right.
NBC and Netflix distanced themselves from Bill Cosby as the comedian’s sexual assault scandal continues. Cosby’s plans for a new network sitcom were scrapped, and a Netflix standup special was postponed. TV Land also dropped Cosby Show reruns from its lineup. Watch the video above for more details.