The Hollywood Foreign Press Association came under fire for giving Golden Globe nods to “Emily in Paris” after being treated to a trip to France, but this isn’t their first rodeo.
Cheyenne Roundtree is an entertainment reporter for The Daily Beast and graduated from the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. She has previously worked at DailyMail.com and served as a correspondent for the Emmy-winning DailyMailTV.
Ronald Greene spent his final moments being dragged and cussed out by a Louisiana trooper who has since been suspended, according to new documents.
The Church of the Master Angels is led by Master John Douglas, who claims he can cure cancer. Its “elite” courses cost $10K, and it’s attracted an Olympian and a sex-toy maker.
The ex-“The Mandalorian” actress says she’s actually “so inspired by the gentle spirit of the Jewish people going through” the Holocaust.
The family has long utilized their popular reality show to address situations they wouldn’t elaborate on in real time, instead waiting for the dust to settle to have the final say.
Showtime’s new docuseries exposes 6ix9ine as a relentless striver who would do anything for fame, including turning on the people who helped him get there.
With the 20-year-old TikTok star landing Glamour UK’s digital cover and showbiz’s top union opening membership to content creators, Hollywood is opening its doors to influencers.