Benedict Cumberbatch is not only superb at impersonating celebrities, but he has a true knack for storytelling. The Imitation Game star proved this by playing “Three-Word Stories” with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show last night. Read more…
Though Solange Knowles’ wedding photos were perfect, she actually broke out in hives right after the festivities. Brother-in-law Jay Z came to her aid, trying to shield her from paparazzi. Watch the clip above for more details and check out the gallery below for beautiful wedding photos.
Kris Jenner might have another kid running around the house! The famous momager reportedly wants to adopt a new child, probably since Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and North West will soon be getting their own digs. Watch the video above for the scoop.
Eliza Coupe is back on our TV screens with her new series Benched, but we’re still mourning the loss of Happy Endings. After saying goodbye to the ABC series in 2013, there are still some questions that keep us up at night: Did Jane continue to work for the Car Czar? Will Max ever become a functioning adult? How has Alex successfully avoided the meat sweats with her insane love of ribs?
Mr. Lachey will see you now. Watch out, Jamie Dornan, because Big Morning Buzz Live‘s Nick Lachey is actually a closet fuh-reak. The host was caught getting into some sexy trouble on set, and like Michelle Buteau, we’re kind of into it.
Matthew McConaughey‘s family helps him celebrate his new Hollywood honor, David Spade brings back his awkward facial hair while shooting Joe Dirt 2, skateboard pro Tony Hawk makes history and more First Dibs.
With Thanksgiving approaching, we’re showing gratitude for the year’s best moments. In addition to the great things in our own lives, we’re giving thanks for Hollywood’s most buzzworthy tidbits. Scandals, breakups, and controversial magazine covers fired up the celebrity world in 2014 and The Gossip Table wants to know which moments were your favorites.
In the ’80s, soap operas ruled the airways. But a shift occurred late in the decade — when everyone started noticing that talk shows hosted by Phil Donahue and Geraldo Rivera were becoming more and more deliciously controversial (anything to drag eyeballs away from the marital affairs and amnesia plotlines of soaps). With sensational story topics like midget-tossing, paternity suits, neo-Nazi nonsense, brawling transvestites, and grisly murders, several talk shows followed their lead. Enter “Trash TV,” which featured the likes of Jenny Jones, Ricki Lake, Maury Povich, and Jerry Springer.
Kristen Bell debuts a new Christmas carol, Orange Is the New Black‘s Diane Guerrero takes a heartbreaking family issue public, and more in Last Lap.