Wendy Williams will return to her eponymous talk show on March 19. In the meantime, producers have tapped an interesting guest host to fill Williams’ purple chair: actor Jerry O’Connell.
“Jerry has been such a good friend to me and to the show,” Williams said in a statement Tuesday. “We’re happy to welcome him as a guest host while I’m out getting much needed rest. Can’t wait to get back in my purple chair!”
Musician Questlove is promoting “A Wrinkle in Time” in a big, philanthropic way.
The “Tonight Show” deejay took to Twitter on Monday to launch #WRINKLEchallenge so children can see Disney’s upcoming fantasy film for free.
“*breaking news* im startin the #WRINKLEchallenge --- because it's IMPORTANT that children see this film. if you are able to donate ($10 bucks or $10 katrillion) please rise to the occasion. SUPER EASY!” he began in a series of tweets.
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The antics of the Trump administration seem to trigger a lot of feelings in the host of “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert: from rage to confusion – and generally back to rage.
But it’s rare to see Colbert truly delighted by a Trump-related brouhaha the way he is with the antics of Sam Nunberg.
For those who missed the late-breaking news cycle Monday, Nunberg is a former Trump campaign aide subpoenaed by special counsel Robert Mueller. Nunberg has not taken this development lightly and took to the cable news circuit to air his grievances.
Emma Watson has gamely joined the many armchair copy editors commenting on her new feminist tattoo’s grammatical error.
The actress and Time’s Up advocate debuted “ink” supporting the anti-harassment movement at the Vanity Fair Oscars party on Sunday night. But, missing a key apostrophe, the large “Times Up” in script on her right inner forearm arm was met by criticism.
Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.
My kids are very funny. The other day ... I was getting mad at [my 9-year-old] and he was getting mad at me, and out of nowhere he said, 'So I guess you'll be taking care of yourself when you get old.'
“We come in peace, but we mean business,” singer, actress and activist Janelle Monáe repeated Friday afternoon at an intimate brunch in West Hollywood. They were the same words she shared at the 2018 Grammys earlier this year.
I just don't want to be in a box ever where anybody feels I can only do one thing, because it's boring. I feel I have a lot to explore and a lot to give and try and probably fail doing something, but I want the shot to do it.