The shoes? On point. The review? Thoughtful. The video style? Impeccable. It's the Chicken Connoisseur's finest hour.
Yes, Lorde really did offer to babysit this guy's cute kids. In all seriousness, New Zealand's pop queen really doesn't need the nine bucks an hour.
As far as rock vocals go, Chris Cornell's voice was something seriously special.
Ineffectual messaging isn’t a crime in the court of public opinion, but when wokeness is your stated aim, thoughtlessness is the result.
Skip to 3:45 for his two cents on the matter.
Middleditch chats with First We Feast about being friends with Patrick Stewart, the wonderful weirdness of renaissance fairs and if "Silicon Valley" is an accurate representation of people in tech.
Harry caps off his stint co-hosting "The Late Late Show" covering fan favorites and swapping fabulous outfits with James.
On the latest episode of "Derek Does Stuff with a Friend," Katy Perry and Derek Blasberg take a trip to the Whitney Museum in New York City. Katy is in disgu...
Cranston has spent a lot of time on set with "dynamo" Kevin Hart. Some might say *too* much time.
Everyone hums a jingle under their breath every now and again, but these two take it too far.
"It feels like I've been a catalyst for unwanted gentrification. If I knew it was going to happen I'd probably try and suppress how mainstream [the videos] got."
Is there life after death? Is mathematics the underlying structure of the universe or a human invention? Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?
Late night got partisan. The competition found its groove. And now "The Tonight Show" host is looking for all the luck he can get.
When a stodgy security guard wouldn't let Styles in without ID, the pop star had to bat those lashes and convince her otherwise.
She's been making ahead-of-the-curve music and mind-bending videos for 20 years—and that's no fluke.
Why doesn’t anyone want this $8 million piece of history?
The US actor-comedian talks race, Trump, and casting his parents in the Netflix hit.
Over the course of a long breakfast in Bel-Air, the director kept an even keel when met with praise (for his underseen spy-movie gem "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.") or when mulling criticism (for his poorly reviewed new take on "King Arthur," starring Charlie Hunnam and out this weekend).
And to be honest, we expect nothing less from Ferrell.
The phrase "I'm going to bump you" just sounds wrong when you're wearing a gigantic mouthpiece.
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