David Sedaris is a good writer. A great one, probably. But you don't have to be a great writer to get a lot of writing in a diary that you keep to yourself.
"Universal didn't want the footage you took behind-the-scenes to surface so people wouldn't think I was an asshole."
The "Hamilton" creator speaks to the man who has consistently remade the American musical over his 60-year career — and who is trying to surprise us one more time.
If you don't fit into your jeans, that's whatever. If you don't you don't fit into your winter coat? You've got a problem...
The great mystery of evil is not that it persists but, rather, that so many of its practitioners wish to do so while being thought of as saints.
The queen of hip-hop has fought her way to the top of the music industry — and never made compromises.
Producer Harvey Weinstein has been kicked out of the motion picture academy following allegations of sexual assault and harassment. Which leads to the question: Who's next?
There's not a lot to it, but it's exactly what we need at the end of a pretty crummy week.
Billy Murray ambushed the Ed Sullivan theater last night to shoot free t-shirts at Colbert's audience, dip tobacco "Swedish-style" and sip whiskey — because he's Bill mothafuckin' Murray.
Rad is Hayley Williams' word, not ours. But that doesn't matter because whatever Hayley Williams says goes.
Ware's voice has instilled a devoted following and has made her a critical darling, and it's at the forefront of "Glasshouse," an album that contains her most compositionally ambitious tracks and revealing lyrics yet.
Only Gary would build out his fantasy social influencer roster with "Damn Daniel," "Backpack Kid," Cameron Dallas, Jake Paul and Kylie Jenner. Oof.
The actress, who has accused Mr. Affleck of lying about Harvey Weinstein, shared a screenshot saying she had been blocked from posting for 12 hours.
Does the world need movie stars? We're not sure, but this sure is a pretty heavy conversation to kick off a talk show segment, but we like listening to these two dudes talk, so it's all good.
The Harvey Weinstein story that's broken over the past week has been a horrific one. But Weinstein isn't the only guy out there who's hurting people, and Sam Bee wants those other creeps to know they're bad too.
NBC News says Farrow didn't have the goods. Farrow's team says the story was just as strong when he was working on it with NBC. Weinstein has a long business relationship with NBC Universal. Here's what we know.
Turns out, Daisy can speak Japanese, prefers to dress like a "four-year-old boy" and, like any good Brit, loves a good cuppa tea.
Now that we know more about Harvey Weinstein's actions, it's pretty strange to hear old, lighthearted ribs about something so ugly.
Fred met Seth Meyers in the studio to record some possible voiceover tracks for "Middle-earth: Shadow of War."
It's her party she can do what she wants.
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