Yes, I know using the words “slay” and “opera” in the same headline might sound far-fetched to some, but damn, this is like what would happen if Maria Callas and Tarja Turunen had some sort of hybrid reincarnation, and came back to live as this girl.
Meet the bird world’s answer to a part-time Bozo the Clown impersonator, part-time bombast with a penchant for saliva.
Days after director John Carney lambasted certified British gem Keira Knightley for not being a “proper” actress, her former colleagues took to the press and social media to defend Knightley’s character and professionalism.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a request concerning the Department of Education’s recent decision to include gender identity discrimination under their broader category of “sex discrimination,” which in turn allows trans people equal access to bathrooms that coincide with their gender expression.
Amber Heard’s legal team has released a lengthy statement on her behalf, countering claims that she fabricated abuse accusations against her estranged husband Johnny Depp to extort money.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kim Kardashian deals with a thing, Heidi Montag is thankful for The Hills and Yoko Ono controls her anger.
Amy Schumer has agreed to act alongside several men in the wedding comedy Who Invited Her? The project, described as a “bachelor comedy,” sounds like it’s about a bunch of dudes hanging out before their fun is interrupted by a vagina.
Today’s most excruciatingly terrible news comes from Idaho, where a father has been sentenced to a mere 120 days in jail and four years of supervised probation for taking his 14-year-old daughter across state lines to marry her 24-year-old rapist.
Coming to Netflix: A series loosely based upon the fascinating 1980s phenomenon of the TV show G.L.O.W., Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, which combined women’s wrestling with comedy skits and an aesthetic sensibility that can only be described as wildly specific.
For some time, the working world has relied on the idea that an employee must “pay their dues” in order to move up in the company hierarchy.
In January, neo-fascist real estate golem Donald Trump skipped a Fox News debate to hold a fundraiser for veteran’s causes, which he later said had raised $6 million.
According to this video from a woman whose name I believe is “Erica in the House,” the latest trend in photo-documentation isn’t merely the highly-contentious selfie, but a far more intimate peek inside someone’s soul: behold “The Shelfie.” Read more...
The last time we saw Mary Poppins, she looked a lot like Julie Andrews and was riding her demonic umbrella into the polluted London sky.
A high school football player is the first person to be criminally charged in a disturbing incident at Florida’s South Fort Myers High School, where between 16 and 25 male students are alleged to have had sex with a 15-year-old female student in a school bathroom.
Jan Crouch, the co-founder of Trinity Broadcast Network and televangelist known equally for her effusive worship style and elaborate Southern hair, has died at 78.
Merve Buyuksarac, an industrial designer, writer, and former Miss Turkey, has been punished with a 14-month suspended sentence for “insulting” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Less than three months after sharing that hateful internet comments about her crooked teeth were starting to break her down, Cardi B has spent a little shmoney and had them straightened.
Are you in the market for a replica of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, for some reason? Then you’ve got until tomorrow evening to score an invite to an exclusive auction in Somers, Connecticut.
In an interview with The Independent, director John Carney spoke about the process of making his 2014 film Begin Again.
“Put me out of my misery,” as a chorus, brings to mind merciful euthanization. But in Gwen Stefani’s estimation on “Misery,” a truly catchy song, it’s more like analogizing her lover’s bod to, like, methadone, insofar that she passionately informs him that he’s “like drugs!