‘Dancing with the Stars’ finals recap: The top 4 sought redemption before their epic freestyle dances [UPDATING LIVE]

“Dancing with the Stars” season 25 is in the home stretch. Broadway star Jordan Fisher, actor and auto racer Frankie Muniz, HGTV realtor Drew Scott, and violinist Lindsey Stirling made it to the finals, performing for much-needed points from the judges and much-needed votes from viewers at home before the Mirror Ball Trophy is handed out at the end of the special two-night finale event on Tuesday, November 21. So how did it go on Monday the penultimate night of the competition? Scroll down for our live, minute-by-minute blog of all the biggest events as they happened. In Monday nig...



2018 NAACP Image Awards nominations: Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z lead with 5 bids each

Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound“) and Jay-Z reaped a leading five bids when the nominations for the 49th annual NAACP Image Awards were revealed on Nov. 20. Jay-Z numbers among the nominees for Entertainer of the Year as do four-time contenders Bruno Mars and Issa Rae (“Insecure”). The other nominees for that top prize are Chadwick Boseman, Chance the Rapper and Ava DuVernay. Anthony Anderson, who has won for his leading role on the laffer “blackish” for the past three years running and contends this year, will once again host the ceremony. It will be broadcast li...


Paz de la Huerta says Harvey Weinstein raped her twice in her home in 2010

I feel like screaming and ripping my hair out sometimes after reading these accounts of Harvey Weinstein’s victims. One of the issues I keep coming back to is: why are there statutes of limitations on rape and sex crimes? Why is it that if a woman was raped 15 years ago, her rape “doesn’t count” within the justice system because the statute of limitations has expired? It’s such bullsh-t. We had this conversation during the pedophile-priest controversies in America and abroad, with so many of the crimes falling outside of the existing state and federal statutes. Just end the sta...


Golden Globes: Seth Meyers Reportedly Nears Deal to Host 2018 Ceremony

It’s going to be a Late Night at January’s Golden Globes ceremony: Seth Meyers is reportedly close to signing on to host the 2018 edition of the annual awards show.  The report comes from our sister site Variety, who notes that the Jan. 7 ceremony is just seven weeks away, so an official announcement should […]...