I took the assignment covering MTV’s Movie and TV Awards red carpet assuming I would be looking at celebrities on Jezebel’s behalf, which did not seem like a task too big for me to handle, as I have looked at images of celebrities for three decades now. Reader, it was a task that nearly broke me.
Despite promising to be more “mindful” during his interactions with women, Joe Biden was recently filmed praising the attractiveness of a ten-year-old girl, and along with every woman on Earth who would rather Joe Biden not sniff her hair, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks he should stop doing that if he wants…
Tiffany Haddish has canceled her June 22 performance in Atlanta to protest Georgia’s “heartbeat bill,” joining other celebrities and studios who are refusing to work in the state in response to the restrictions.
In what seems to be an effort to maintain some semblance of privacy while still fulfilling the expectation that they share their incredibly famous baby with the world, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry seem to be splitting the difference by showing off the Royal Infant in sections: first a profile, then two feet, now…
Every Game of Thrones fan came into the final season with a mile-long wish list for an ideal ending, and by trying to give every single one of us what we wanted, writers ended up presenting a hurried mash-up of endings that felt like discount bin versions of the things we actually asked for.
New York City has set aside $250,000 to cover abortion expenses for uninsured people with a third of the money specifically earmarked for those traveling from outside the city seeking access to safe and legal abortion. The fund makes New York the first city in the country to designate money specifically for abortions.
Though I very much wish Sasha Obama could stay eight years old forever because that would mean we were in a time loop where her dad was always president, Donald Trump never was, and I was a perpetual twenty-something grad student whose student loans would never come due, it would appear that, without my consent, Sasha…
Despite assurances that her new book only has the two errors very publicly pointed out on the BBC, it appears Naomi Wolf’s latest tome may have a few more.
In the year of our lord 2019, Beyoncé has once again spoken.
In her heart, Jennifer Lopez has subtracted two marriages out of three, leaving her with just one previous marriage, and quite frankly, I find this marriage math inspirational.
Rosé’s rebranding as Instagram’s favorite wine has cursed us with many obscenities, including tee shirts that read “Rosé All Day” and the term “Rosé season.” But the rosé flavored frankenberry (not to be confused with Frankenberry cereal, which offers nothing but joy) is a horror too far, and something must be done.
I once went to a grad school costume party with three different Frida Kahlos and can’t remember the last time I visited a museum gift shop without seeing her self-portraits printed on coffee mugs alongside those of Van Gogh. But while her paintings are some of the most famous and recognizable in the art world, perhaps…
A California valedictorian used her commencement speech to call out the indifference of authority figures that is all too often a significant part of why high school sucked so much for so many of us.
Usually, I am against any whiff of Cool Girl™ in a celebrity interview as well as the nonsense “lazy girl” label lady news outlets love to put on everything from ponytails to simple meal preparation. But I’m going to make a single, one-time exception for Jennifer Lawrence’s insistence that she’s too “lazy” to become…
Last night was the 1,144th and final show of Celine Dion’s 16-year Vegas residency, and she made sure that a guy in the front row did not miss a single goddamn second.
Natasha Tynes, the writer who was dropped by her book’s distributor after “subway shaming” a D.C. Metro worker, is suing one of her book’s publishers, Rare Bird Books, for “permanently ruining” her reputation.
If you’ve ever ogled the counter space in the pornographically large kitchens of a Nancy Meyers movie, well, sorry to inform you that you’re sexist.
On June 8, Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger had the wedding we all knew was bound to happen soon.
Once, when I was in college in the early 2000s, I thought slipping my expansive knowledge of Kenny Rogers lyrics into a completely unrelated conversation about a homework assignment would surely win me cool girl points with a ginger-bearded guy who intermittently attended my southern lit class. What that knowledge…
The University of Alabama’s board of trustees, which includes Gov. Kay Ivey, is probably going to refund the money of a major donor who’s been outspoken in his criticism of Alabama’s cruel and potentially deadly abortion ban.