In her first public address since helping blow the Harvey Weinstein exposé wide open and igniting the exposure of several more prominent Hollywood figures accused of sexual misconduct and abuse, Rose McGowan addressed a crowd of "Me Toos," reclaimed her time and roared.
"My name is Rose McGowan, and I am brave — and I am you."
Giving fans another sneak preview of her forthcoming album, Taylor Swift unveiled a new video for the song "...Ready for It?" on Friday.
But maybe you won't be ready for a CGI-augmented Swift on the prowl, driven by a gritty beat that wouldn't sound out of place at a Skrillex party.
Directed by recent visual collaborator Joseph Kahn, the video is dense with allusions to our hooded heroine's labyrinthine psyche. She walks through graffiti-filled corridors, past objects and clues that might or might not mean something.
E! News senior correspondent Ken Baker, who has been an outspoken critic of disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein, has now been accused by two women of sexual harassment and is under investigation at the cable network, according to published reports.
A former E! News employee alleged that Baker invited her to sit on his lap after calling her into his dimly lit office in 2012, according to the Wrap. She said that he often made inappropriate comments or touched her in ways that made her uncomfortable.
In addition, a former E! News intern alleged that Baker repeatedly propositioned her for sex over the years. She also accused Baker of kissing her in 2011 without her consent and sending her a text message in 2015 in which he said he wanted to give her a Tiffany & Co. sex toy with his name engraved on it. The former intern provided a picture of the text message to the Wrap, which published it on Friday.
Seth Meyers is not exactly Donald Trump's biggest fan, but on Thursday night’s episode of “Late Night” the host shared how even members of the political right seem to prefer a world where Hillary Clinton is president.
“The Trump administration seems permanently inundated by scandal and constantly under siege, including from senior members of Trump’s own party,” said Meyers. “Which might explain why many on the right seem to want to live in an alternate reality where Trump actually isn’t president”
Meyers pointed out that despite Republicans' decrying him as “a threat to democracy and national security,” Trump kept his focus this week on touting his superior intelligence and memory and the unbelievably good things others have said about him.
I really have never much enjoyed acting on film. I once compared it to spending three months at Heathrow Airport waiting for your plane to take off. I find it immensely boring and not very satisfying at the end of the day. Whereas if Iain [Johnstone] and I sit down and produce 2 1/2 sheets of words, at 5 o'clock I feel I've added something to the sum total of the knowledge in the world.
"Andi Mack" will feature the Disney Channel's first story arc about a character coming out as gay.
The tween series will introduce the storyline during its Season 2 premiere on Friday when the titular character's best friend, Cyrus (Joshua Rush), shares that he has a crush on the same boy she does. Cyrus comes out to his and Andi's pal Buffy (Sofia Wylie).
"In the season premiere of #AndiMack, a teen girl and her friends model inclusion and respect for others. Friday 8:00 p.m." said a tweet from the network's public relations account.
Samantha Bee skipped recapping Donald Trump's latest feuds and devoted Wednesday night’s entire episode of “Full Frontal” to climate change.
“This week we are taking a break from talking about the president attacking Gold Star families and instead talking about something else: our planet constantly attacking us in every way imaginable,” said Bee.
She was referring to the multiple severe hurricanes and devastating wildfires that have ravaged the country this year.
Feeling trapped and facing a barrage of propositions years ago in Harvey Weinstein's hotel room, Ashley Judd says, she made a deal with the now-disgraced producer: She would say yes to his sexual advances after she won an Academy Award for one of his films.
He countered with after she was nominated for one. She held firm.
The actress found herself alone with Weinstein in his room for what she thought was going to be a business appointment, she told ABC's Diane Sawyer in a clip that aired Thursday on "Good Morning America." She hadn't been warned, she said, and had no idea of what he might do.