After years of having her love life plastered across magazine covers, her love songs over-analyzed by bored gossip journalists, and her dance moves mocked by, well, everyone -- Taylor Swift is revealing her method for dealing with the "players," the "haters" and the "fakers"...
It's the little late-night talk show that could. Next week, Watch What Happens Live — the kooky, wildly unpredictable chat-fest hosted by Andy Cohen — marks its fifth year on the air. That's no small feat, considering its very humble beginning as a shoestring web series anchored by a largely unknown Bravo network executive. Since then, plenty has changed. For starters, Cohen has become a celebrity in his own right, with one bestselling book down and a second due in the fall. And the ratings have grown. About 334,000 people tuned in for the first televised episode in 2009; this spring, WWHL hit an all-time high of 3.9 million viewers, and it's up 7 percent over Conan this season. The star power is also higher wattage. Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Meryl Streep, Lindsay Lohan and Oprah Winfrey are among the guests who have partaken in the mélange of parlor games, free-flowing cocktails and general pop-culture revelry that's made the pint-size "Bravo Clubhouse" ground zero for countless watercooler moments. We sat down with Cohen in his Manhattan studio to relive the wild ride...
Eva Green is too sexy for the movies.
The poster for Green's upcoming film Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been disapproved by the Motion Picture Association of America censor board for "nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown."
For the first time ever, the Final Four performed three songs each on American Idol Wednesday. The themes were breakups, make-ups and dedications, and one of the singers will get dumped by America on Thursday. Who will it be?
Let's get right to the performances:
They say the vice president is one heartbeat away from the presidency. Veep's VP, Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), might say otherwise. The comedy's previous season ended with her celebrating being the party's pick for the presidential nomination. But when Season 3 kicks off, a few months have passed and Selina's path to the Oval Office isn't as clear as she expected.
Lady Gaga stepped behind the camera to direct her latest music video, which features a medley of songs off of ARTPOP including "Venus" and "G.U.Y." — and the result is just as bizarre as you might expect.
It was all Top 10 all the time on Wednesday's American Idol, with the 10 finalists performing Top 10 songs from 2011 or later (a.k.a. songs that will make viewers of a certain age feel very old if they are unfamiliar with them).
Throughout the course of the evening, selfies were taken, judges Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban did amazing impersonations of each other, and Malaya got her first bouquet of flowers (aww) from Ryan Seacrest and the Idol crew. But let's get to the performances:
Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga
Plenty of people were grossed out by Lady Gaga's performance at SXSW, in which she allowed artist Millie Brown to vomit on her during the song "Swine" — but Demi Lovato was actually angered.
"Sad... As if we didn't have enough people glamorizing eat disorders already," Lovato, who has spoken publicly about her struggles with bulimia, tweeted Friday. "Bottom line, it's not 'cool' or 'artsy' at all."
Of course she did.
During her first SXSW performance Thursday night, Lady Gaga let artist Millie Brown — otherwise known as the vomit painter — puke on her chest.
As Gaga performed "Swine," Brown repeatedly stuck her fingers down her throat and regurgitated bright green milk onto the singer, making us once again question what exactly Nickelodeon's notorious slime was made of.
Car crashes into crowd, SXSW Festival
A drunk driver plowed into a crowd at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas early Thursday, killing two people and injuring several others, CNN reports.